Harold Robb Sr death, I-35 Speedway Winston dirt track racer passed away after a brief illness

Harold Robb Sr. cause of death. (Source: Facebook)
Harold Robb Sr. cause of death. (Source: Facebook)


We regret to inform you of the death of racer Harold Robb Sr., popularly known as “22L” in the sports compact class at I-35 Speedway. Harold Robb Sr. passed away on October 12, 2023, leaving behind a racing legacy that would be remembered for years to come.

Keep reading to know more about Harold Robb Sr. and his cause of death in detail.

Harold Robb Sr. passed away

On October 12,2023, dirt track racer Harold Robb Sr. passed away. The racing fraternity and fans were shocked and grieved when word of his sudden passing spread on the Robb’s Racing Facebook page.

I’m still in disbelief that I am having to write this post at all. But as of early this morning Harold Robb Sr many of you know my dad as the 22L in the sports compact class at I-35 Speedway. Gained his wings early this morning and has joined many great racers and family in heaven. This world has lost one of the best men I have ever known. We may of had our up’s and downs but he will always be my super hero. RIP dad, I love you. (Rose Robb)

Harold Robb Sr.’s racing career was marked by skill, determination, and a steadfast enthusiasm for the sport. Many talked about him as “22L,” and he won the hearts of both fellow racers and viewers. His services to the racing community and presence at I-35 Speedway extended beyond the checkered flag. Racing is more than simply a sport; it’s a close-knit community of people who share a passion for the track and a strong affinity with one another. Harold Robb Sr.’s death leaves a vacuum in this tight-knit community that will be mourned deeply.

Harold Robb Sr. cause of death

Harold Robb Sr., a dedicated and passionate racer in I-35 Speedway’s sports compact class, was actively participating in races, dazzling fans and fellow racers alike with his skills and sportsmanship. However, the racing community was horrified when Harold fell ill unexpectedly, leading to his hospitalization in the intensive care unit (ICU).

The news circulated quickly, causing an outpouring of worry and support from his family, friends, and the racing community as a whole. Harold’s daughter and fellow racers took to social media and several racing sites to share updates on his condition and ask that everyone keep Harold in their thoughts and prayers for a quick recovery.

Harold’s condition did not improve despite the united power of prayers and persistent support. His death traveled throughout the racing world, leaving a profound sense of loss in its wake. His absence left a vacuum not only on the track, but also in the hearts of his family, friends, and fellow racers.

Tributes to Harold Robb Sr.

Samuel Moore wrote: Harold Robb Sr. I want to thank you for everything you did for me this season I’m truly lucky and blessed to have met you and become friends with you. You were a truly selfless man and made a huge impact to many many people… You will be missed by many go drive some extra laps in heaven..Love ya rest in peace buddy”

Devin Saler wrote: “the world lost one hell of a guy today went the extra mile for any and everyone possible to never really met him but when i did talk to him he always had a smile in his face and was always cracking jokes since the first time i met him he was straight to the jokes as if we had been friends for 20 years rest in piece Harold Robb Sr.

Austin Robertson wrote: “The world lost a great man this morning Harold Robb Sr. You will be missed by so many.One thing I can honestly say about Harold is he would do anything to help anyone he helped so much with the Jr. class at i-35 an helped some of them get better. This man would give you his last dollar if ya needed it.Go rest high on that mountain because your work on earth is done!!! Rest easy buddy #22LForever”

Today, we honor Harold Robb Sr. for his unrelenting energy, competitive personality, and the thrill he gave everyone who saw him race. During this difficult time, our thoughts and prayers are with his family, friends, and loved ones. The memory of “22L” will live on in the hearts of those who knew him, and his influence on the racing world will survive, proving his enduring legacy.


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