Sting Ray Robb

Sting Ray  Robb

Dale Coyne Racing with RWR | biohaven

51 Honda

HOBBIES: Hunting, snow skiing and sports in general

LOCAL RACETRACK 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.


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Dale Coyne Racing enters its 38th year of competing in American open-wheel racing. Team Owner Dale Coyne, a Midwestern entrepreneur who designed and built Route 66 Raceway and Chicagoland Speedway in Joliet, IL, is known for taking on young drivers and mentoring them in the early stages of their careers. The team has claimed multiple victories, most notably, winning back-back races at the Grand Prix of St. Petersburg in the past few years. 

In January 2021, Dale Coyne Racing announced it is entering into a collaboration with Rick Ware Racing for its No. 51 and No. 52 entries for the 2021 NTT INDYCAR SERIES.

The team, which will run under the Dale Coyne Racing with RWR banner, will field the No. 51 car as a full season entry alongside its sister No. 18 Dale Coyne Racing with Vasser-Sullivan entry. The team further plans to run the No. 52 car at the Indianapolis 500 as a third entry under the DCR stable. Additionally, the No. 52 car is set to do a selection of other races that are yet to be determined.

“We were introduced to Rick Ware at last year’s Indy 500 where he ran James Davison in our third entry,” reported Dale Coyne. “It was interesting to see how similar his efforts in NASCAR Cup and IMSA were to ours.  We have talked ever since that event and we are excited to welcome Rick Ware Racing into our family at DCR.”

“I met Dale last year through our Indy efforts with David Byrd and struck up a friendship with him and his team,” commented Rick Ware.  “I have thought a long time about expanding into IndyCar from our efforts in NASCAR Cup, Xfinity and IMSA, so this collaboration, was an easy and logical step.  We look forward to a competitive 2021 and beyond together.”