All About Robin

image Robin was born in Edinburgh, Scotland, but now lives in Northampton, England. His motorsports inspirations include Group C sportscar drivers of the 1980's like Jacky Ickx and Derek Bell and he counts Jim Clark and Ayrton Senna as legends who both, sadly, died in their prime.






Racing History

2012

Rolex Grand Am Series, Stevenson Motorsports, Chevrolet Camaro GT-R

  • 2nd in championship
  • 3 wins, 7 podiums

2011

Rolex Grand Am Series, Stevenson Motorsports, Chevrolet Camaro GT-R

  • 3 wins

2010

Rolex Grand Am Series, Stevenson Motorsports, Chevrolet Camaro GT-R

  • 1 wins, 4 podiums

2009

Rolex Grand Am Series, Stevenson Motorsports, Pontiac GXP-R

  • 3 wins, 5 podiums

2008

Rolex Grand Am Series, Stevenson Motorsports, Pontiac GXP-R

  • 2nd in championship
  • 3 wins, 4 seconds, 2 thirds

2007

American Le Mans Series, Tafel Racing, Porsche 911 GT3-RSR

  • 5th in championship
  • 4 podiums

Le Mans Series, Official Radical Driver, Radical LMP2 AER

  • 3rd at Valencia 1000kms
  • Le Mans 24 Hours

Rolex Grand Am Series, Tafel Racing, Porsche 911 GT3 Cup

  • Daytona 24 Hours
  • Watkins Glen 6 Hours

American Le Mans Series, 2 races, Alex Job Racing, Porsche 911 GT3-RSR

Rolex Grand Am Series, Tafel Racing, Porsche 911 GT3 Cup

  • 2nd in championship, 4 wins, 3 poles, 4 fastest laps
  • Porsche Cup, 4th place

2005

American Le Mans Series, Official Panoz/Pirelli Driver, Panoz Esperante GT-LM

  • 5th in championship
  • 1st at Road Atlanta, lap record
  • 2nd at Laguna Seca
  • Le Mans 24 Hours

Speed World Challenge GT Series, AXA Jon Groom Racing, Porsche 911 GT3 Cup

  • 3rd in championship
  • 1st at Cleveland
  • Fastest lap at St Petersburg

Rolex Grand Am Series, 2 races, Tafel Racing, Porsche 911 GT3 Cup

  • 4th at Daytona 24 Hours
  • 4th at Watkins Glen 6 Hours

2004

American Le Mans Series, Official Pirelli Driver, Intersport Racing, Lola B2K/40 Judd

  • 3rd in championship
  • 6 wins, including Petit Le Mans, fastest lap

Rolex Grand Am Series, Orbit Racing, Porsche 911 GT3-RSR

  • 1st in class Daytona 24 Hours, 2nd overall

Nurburgring 24 Hours, Official Honda Driver, Honda NSX GT-500

Speed World Challenge GT Series, 2 races, AXA Jon Groom Racing, Porsche 911 GT3 Cup

  • 2nd at Road Atlanta
  • 6th at Road America

2003

American Le Mans Series, PK Sport, Official Pirelli Driver, Porsche 911 GT3-RS

  • 3rd at Miami
  • 6th at Le Mans 24 Hours
  • 3rd at Le Mans 1000km

2002

American Le Mans Series, PK Sport, Porsche 911 GT3-RS

  • 3rd at Sebring 12 Hours
  • Le Mans 24 Hours

FIA GT Championship, 2 races, Porsche 911 GT3-RS

  • Fastest lap at Donington
  • 5th at Anderstorp

BRDC British GT Championship, 1 race, PK Sport, Porsche 911 GT3-RS

  • 1st at Oulton Park

BRDC British GT Championship, 3 races, GNM, Saleen S7

  • 1st at Snetterton
  • Lap record, 2nd at Thruxton

2001

European Le Mans Series, PK Sport, Porsche 911 GT3-RS

  • Series Champion
  • 1 win, 2 poles

FIA GT Championship, 2 races, Freisinger Motorsport, Porsche 911 GT3-RS

  • 2nd at Nurburgring
  • 4th at Jarama

Privilege Insurance British GT Championship, 1 race, NCK Racing, Marcos LM600

  • 2nd at Brands Hatch

BRSCC Radical Enduro Championship, Team Coolair, Radical Prosport

  • 2nd in championship
  • 1st at Oulton Park
  • 6 poles, 1 fastest lap, 1 lap record

2000

BRSCC Radical Enduro Championship, Radical Motorsport, Radical Prosport

  • 2nd in championship
  • 5 wins
  • 4 poles, 4 fastest lap, 3 lap records

Nurburgring 24 Hours, GWR, Caterham Superlight

Formula Renault 2000 Championship, 3 races, Haywood Racing

1999

Privilege Insurance British GT Championship, 3 races, PK Sport, Porsche 911 GT2

1998

Formula Palmer Audi Winter Series

  • 2nd at Brands Hatch

Slick 50 Formula Ford Championship Premier Division, Official Vector Driver, Vector MG98

1997

Slick 50 Formula Ford Championship First Division, MGR, Van Diemen RF96

  • 3rd in championship
  • 4 wins, 7 poles, 7 fastest laps, 4 lap records

Slick 50 Formula Ford Eurocup, MGR, Van Diemen RF96

Slick 50 Formula Ford World Finals, MGR, Van Diemen RF96

1996

Alliance and Leicester Formula 2000 Championship, Team Verdan, ME Motorsport

  • 5th in championship
  • 3rd at Silverstone
  • 3rd at Snetterton

1995

Formula Vauxhall Junior Championship, 5 races, Jim Russell Racing

1994

Jim Russell Racing Driver's School

  • Won first ever race from pole position with fastest lap

Race Achievements/Awards

  • Elected Full Member BRDC 2004
  • BRDC Gold Star, 6th place 2004
  • BRDC Young Driver Support Programme
  • Scottish Sports Council Talented Athlete Programme
  • SMRC Sir William Lyons Trophy
  • BRDC Rising Star Member 2001
  • Dunlop Driver of the Day, Radical Enduro, Oulton Park
  • The JRRDS Van Diemen International Challenge Trophy
  • The Mick Gardner Memorial Trophy
  • The JRRDS John and Margaret Paine Award
  • Jim Russell World Scholarship Finalist







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