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Nationality  American
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Debut season  2012
Name  Robb Holland
Car no.  67
Starts  38

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Born  November 18, 1967 (age 48)Denver, Colorado, U.S. (1967-11-18)
Former teams  Rotek Racing, RCIB Insurance Racing

Current team  Speedworks Motorsport

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Robb Holland (born November 18, 1967 in Denver, Colorado) is an American race driver who competed in the British Touring Car Championship for Rotek Racing and RCIB Insurance & HARD. In 2014, Holland became the first American driver in history to compete full-time in the BTCC driving Rotek Racing's Audi S3. Holland also holds the distinction of being the first American ever to compete in the World Touring Car Championship when he drove for Bamboo Engineering in the 2012 FIA WTCC Race of the United States at Sonoma Raceway, California.


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Holland made his British Touring Car Championship debut at the Snetterton round of the 2012 season driving in place of Tony Gilham in the Team HARD. Honda Civic. He was the first driver from the USA to compete in the BTCC since Bill Gubelmann in 1975. He failed to finish his first race when he collided with the Speedworks Motorsport Toyota Avensis of Adam Morgan, he went on to finish in the points in the second race with a fourteenth-place finish. Holland also competed in the following meeting at Knockhill scoring points in the second and third races.

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At the last minute, Holland was called up by bamboo-engineering to drive their Chevrolet Cruze in the 2012 FIA WTCC Race of the United States in place of Pasquale di Sabatino. In the process he became the first American driver ever to compete in the World Touring Car Championship. With only a few laps experience in the car, he qualified 21st but went on to finish strongly in both races with a best result of thirteenth overall and seventh in the independents category, in the first race of the weekend.


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In July 2013, it was announced that Holland had rejoined Tony Gilham Racing in the British Touring Car Championship, and would be driving an NGTC Vauxhall Insignia. Holland went on to score points in two out of the three rounds.


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In October 2013, at the final round of the 2013 BTCC season, Holland announced that he would be entering the BTCC full-time in an Audi S3 built and run by Rotek Racing. This would make Holland the first American in history to become a full-time entrant in the UK's most popular racing series. New to almost every circuit on the calendar Holland stated moderate goals of finishing in the points by the second half of the season. With the newly built S3 only completed a few days prior to the first round at Brands Hatch, Holland struggled to break into the top 20, with a best finish of 20th in the third race. The next round at Donington would prove to be a major set back for Holland who was collected by James Cole in the Toyota Avensis, as Cole swerved to avoid a spinning Rob Austin This incident left the Audi badly damaged and unable to be repaired in time for the following round at Thruxton. Coming back for the race at Oulton Park, Holland turned qualifying issues into a strong final race in monsoon-like conditions, where the American was able to move from the back row at the start into the top 12 by mid race. Contact from Dan Welch in the Proton cut down a rear tire on the Audi, ending Holland's run. Holland was able to get into the points at Snetterton where he battled former champions Fabrizio Giovanardi and Andrew Jordan for the finial points-paying position. Holland was able to follow that result up with finishes in the top 20 at Knockhill, and scored further points at Rockingham before another incident with James Cole and Martin Depper at Silverstone ended Holland's season prematurely in 27th place overall.

Complete British Touring Car Championship results

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(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position – 1 point awarded in first race) (Races in italics indicate fastest lap – 1 point awarded all races) (* signifies that driver lead race for at least one lap – 1 point given)

Complete World Touring Car Championship results

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Complete TCR International Series results

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