Robb Gravett (born 10 May 1956) is a British retired racing driver and team owner, a winner of the 1987 Willhire 24 Hour, and the 1990 British Touring Car Championship winner with his own Trakstar team, in a Ford Sierra prepared by Australian magnate Dick Johnson.
Gravett, who was born in London, co-founded Trakstar in 1989 with Mike Smith – Robb finished 2nd in his class that year, behind Andy Rouse's Sierra. In 1990 he won 9 races in the sole Trakstar entry. There were 4 different classes of cars racing for the same title in those days, each scoring points based on where they finished among their own class.
The championship changed to a single-class in 1991, and Trakstar ran factory Sierras that year, however he was short on good results. He joined the factory Peugeot squad for 1992 and 1993,and he managed to finish 2nd at Brands Hatch in 1993. Steve Soper had made a forceful move on him on the last lap, but was given a penalty and placed in third. He didn't have a drive in 1994, and returned a year later as an independent driver. Despite occasionally humbling the manufacturer teams (included a then best 3rd overall finish at Snetterton for an independent, and winning the Total sponsored 1997 Independent BTCC Championship in a Graham Hathaway prepared Honda Accord). He drove for Brookes Motorsport in his final year of racing, finishing second in the Independents' Cup.
Gravett is now running a driver safety driving programme called "Ultimate Car Control UK Ltd" with the head office at Crowthorne in Berkshire and regional centres across the county.
He is now divorced.
As reported by Autosport Online, Gravett is now considering a return to the BTCC for the 2014 season, driving for an as yet unnamed team.
Complete British Touring Car Championship results
(key) Races in bold indicate pole position (1 point awarded – 1996 onwards all races) Races in italics indicate fastest lap (1 point awarded – 1987–1989 in class) (* signifies that driver lead feature race for at least one lap – 1 point given in 1998 only)
- ^ – Race was stopped due to heavy rain. No points were awarded.
Complete Japanese Touring Car Championship results
(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position) (Races in italics indicate fastest lap)
|1990||Napolex Racing Team||Ford Sierra RS500||JTC-1||NIS||SUG||SUZ||TSU||SEN|| FUJ
|Awards and achievements|
National Racing Driver of the Year
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|British Touring Car Champion
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