Sting Ray Robb
Sting Ray  Robb
Juncos Racing
2 USA Verizon P1 Award
Pro Mazda Championship presented by Cooper Tires
Sting Ray Robb
Career stats
Indy Car History
Total Poles
Race Wins
Sep 3, 2001
Boise, ID
Payette, ID

HOBBIES: Hunting, snow skiing and sports in general

LOCAL RACE TRACK TIES: Because I’m born and raised in Idaho, Portland is as close as I’ll ever get to having a race near home. We had 250+ people come from Idaho to support me at last year’s race in Portland.

CHARITY SUPPORT/WORK: I’m involved in numerous youth organizations and activities with young kids, including FCA, Boys and Girls Club and, of course, the Hi-Tide Kids on Track program through the Road to Indy

RACING GOAL: Stand on the podium at IndyCar level

RACING HERO: Ayrton Senna

ONE PERSON I WOULD MOST LIKE TO MEET: Since I already got to meet and talk with Mario Andretti, the next one on the list would be Steph Curry

FITNESS: Cross Fit and cardio

FAVORITE SPORTS TO WATCH: Racing, of course, but I also love basketball at all levels

FAVORITE SPORTS TO PLAY: Basketball and snow skiing

TALENT I WISH I HAD: To carry a tune – even for Happy Birthday would be great!

FAVORITE PLACES TO VISIT: Belgium was awesome, but I have to say my favorite places are in my Idaho mountains

UNUSUAL HABITS OR ROUTINES: Yelp dinner places – I’m the “go to” guy

FEARS OR PET PEEVES: Well let’s just say you’ll never see me get attacked by a shark because I’m not swimming in the ocean!

INTERESTING NOTE: I played Hamlet in my high school Shakespeare play.


2019 Indy Pro 2000 16 0 2 11 15 21 15
2018 Indy Pro 2000 16 0 0 4 13 0 14
2017 Indy Pro 2000 12 0 0 4 11 0 12

RAF = Running at Finish




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First Start
March 11, 2017 (St. Petersburg)

Sting Ray's Road To Indy

  • 2018
    • Finished seventh in his sophomore Indy Pro 2000 Championship Presented by Cooper Tires season, capturing 12 top-10s in 16 races and earning his first series podium at Indianapolis.
    • Garnered two year-end accolades: the Tilton Hard Charger Award and the Royal Purple Slickest Pass Award.
  • 2017
    • Finished sixth in his rookie Indy Pro 2000 Championship Presented by Cooper Tires season with top-10 finishes in 11 of 12 races and season-high finishes of fourth at St. Petersburg, Fla., Road America and Watkins Glen
    • Earned the Quarter Master Hard Charger Award at Gateway
  • 2016
    • Competed in two Formula Car Challenge categories
    • Finished fifth in the final FormulaSPEED 2.0 with one win and six total podium finishes
    • Finished 10th in Pro Formula Mazda with two podiums
    • Earned Rookie of the Year honors with a second-place finish in the Skip Barber Winter Series taking three wins, six total podiums, one pole position and one fastest lap in 10 races.
  • 2015
    • Finished second in the Skip Barber Karts to Cars Shootout to earn the Bryan Herta Career Advancement Scholarship
    • Earned the karting Triple Crown with three International karting Championships (COTA, FWT, Can-Am)
    • Named to Team USA for the Grand Finals (World Championships) in Portugal
    • Named Qualifying Member of Team USA to 2016 Grand Finals in Sarno, Italy
    • Finished second in the ROTAX Grand Nationals in Junior Max
    • Won the ROTAX Junior Florida Winter Tour
  • 2014
    • Named Rookie of the Year in the ROTAX Junior Max with 15 podiums and seven pole positions in 18 events
    • Was Super Pole winner at the US ROTAX Grand Nationals
    • Named to Team USA at the 2014 Grand Finals in Valencia, Spain
    • Named a Qualifying Member of Team USA to the 2015 Grand Finals in Portugal
  • Early Years
    • Won numerous karting events, competing national and internationally
    • Ranked the #1 USA Mini-Max Driver at 11 years old
    • Named a Qualifying Member of Mini-Max Team USA Invitational in New Orleans
    • Earned championships in three different series to acquire invitation to Rotax Grand Finals
Juncos Racing

Championship-winning Road to Indy team Juncos Racing made its NTT INDYCAR SERIES debut in 2017, fielding two cars in the Indianapolis 500.

The team was established by Ricardo Juncos in 1997 as a small formula car race program based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. After times became financially tough, Juncos relocated to the United States in 2002 where he worked as a mechanic for a small karting team based in Florida. Juncos was then able to open the doors to his own shop and run in karting series throughout the United States.

In 2009, Juncos Racing entered in the former Star Mazda Championship (now the Indy Pro 2000 Championship presented by Cooper Tires), where the team had great success in its maiden season, finishing second in the driver's championship and third in the team championship. The following year, the team captured its first championship in the series with Conor Daly.

Fast forward to 2015, where Juncos Racing had its most successful season capturing the Indy Lights presented by Cooper Tires driver's championship with NTT INDYCAR SERIES driver Spencer Pigot and also claimed the Indy Pro 2000 team championship.

Juncos Racing also captured the 2017 Indy Pro 2000 and Indy Lights championships, as the only team to win both series in the same year in the Road to Indy history. It won the Indy Pro 2000 title, won a race in Indy Lights and competed in 12 NTT INDYCAR SERIES races in 2018.

The mission of Juncos Racing is to develop young drivers from around the world into the next level of their racing careers through the Juncos Racing Driver Development Program. Through this program, the team not only works with drivers on track to improve their skills behind the wheel, but also gives them the tools needed to understand the engineering and mechanics of the race car. Drivers who have participated in the program and have gone on to compete in the next level include Peter Dempsey, Conor Daly, Connor De Phillippi, Chase Austin, Kyle Kaiser, Nicolas Dapero, Victor Franzoni and Spencer Pigot.


Team Website juncosracing.com