Robin Miller (journalist)


Robin Miller (journalist)

Robin Miller (born 1950 in Indianapolis) is an American motorsports journalist. He was an IndyCar pit crew member and drove in the USAC midget series in the 1970s. Miller has written for "Autoweek", "The Indianapolis Star", and "Car and Driver" among others and is currently a regular correspondent on open wheel racing for the Speed Channel. He previously produced material for the Champ Car website was fired from this position in early March 2007 due to what was perceived by Champ Car as undue criticism.


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