Robb Notches First Career Pole At Road America

ELKHART LAKE, Wis. – There’s a new Indy Lights Presented by Cooper Tires pole sitter in town, and it’s Sting Ray Robb who will lead the field to green Sunday in the Indy Lights Grand Prix at Road America. Robb drove to his first career Indy Lights pole position Saturday at picturesque Road America with a blistering lap time of 1:53.9743 in the No. “Pole position, that’s pretty exciting,” Robb said. Robb’s run to pole position ended championship leader Linus Lundqvist’s streak of five consecutive Indy Lights pole positions dating back to the second race of the season at Barber Motorsports Park. In the one other race that Lundqvist didn’t score the pole position, at St. Petersburg, he started second. While it’s Robb’s first career pole, it’s his second consecutive race starting on the front row.

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