Seibon Carbon to Compete in Pirelli World Challenge

Seibon Carbon and KSR driver Robert Stout partner up for the Pirelli World Challenge Race series.

About Robert Stout

Robert Stout is a 21 year old Pirelli World Challenge and Grand Am driver. His racing career started at the age of 14 with kart racing. While competing in The “Stars of Karting” and World Karting Associations “Manufacturers Cup”, he earned 49 top tens, 29 top ­fives, 18 podiums, 5 wins and 5 poles.

2009 was a break out year as Robert ran his ­first full season in cars. He won both the NASA Mid-West and Great Lakes Regional Championships in the Performance Touring A division and won the NASA PTA National Championship.

Robert Stout (middle). Photo credit:

Robert Stout (middle). Photo credit:

In 2010 Stout went to the professional level and joined the factory Scion/Toyota team to run a full season in the SCCA Pro-Racing World Challenge Series. At 18 years old, he became the youngest winner in World Challenge history winning the largest street race in the country, The Long Beach Grand Prix.

Since 2011, Robert Stout has been competing in GT, GS and ST classes in Grand Am. During his ­first year in Grand Am, Stout led numerous races and qualified as high as 2nd while earning ­five top 10’s and one top five in 10 GS races.

This year Robert Stout made his pro level (GTS class) debut in the Pirelli World Challenge in Long Beach, Ca. His competition Scion FRS is sponsored with a Seibon Carbon hood.

Robert Stout's competition Scion FRS. Photo credit:

Robert Stout’s competition Scion FRS. Photo credit:

Does this FRS look familiar? It should. This is the same FRS that Toyota Racing Development (TRD) unveiled with a new FR-S supercharger at SEMA 2012.

Round 4 and 5 of the Pirelli World Challenge will take place in Austin, Texas at Circuit of the Americas track on May 17-19.

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