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Robert "Robbie" Loomis is a former NASCAR crew chief who worked for Petty Enterprises and Hendrick Motorsports during his time as a crew chief, working most notably with Richard Petty and Jeff Gordon. Loomis won the 2001 NASCAR Winston Cup Series championship as Gordon's crew chief, and collected a total of 26 wins and 98 top 5s.

Loomis has served as vice president for racing operations at Petty Enterprises, returning there in 2006. With the team that emerged from the merger of Gillett Evernham Motorsports and Petty Holdings, Loomis serves as the executive director of racing operations. Crew chiefs of all four racing teams report to him, and as well as the race teams, he oversees pit crews, team management and team transport.

Robbie Loomis's greatest success came as crew chief for NASCAR legend Jeff Gordon. The pair's first season in 2000 was a struggle. Despite winning 3 races and finishing 9th in the season standings, performance was well-short of the high standards set by the #24 Hendrick Motorsports team. However, in the final 5 races of the year, the team posted 5 top-10s and 3 top-5s: a clear indication of the improving communication between Loomis and Gordon. The momentum carried into 2001 and the #24 team reached the pinnacle of the sport by winning the NASCAR Winston Cup Championship. In addition, the team won 6 races, including the prestigious Brickyard 400. The following years, in 2002 and 2003, the team performed respectably, ranking 4th in the standings and winning 3 races in both years, but their performance was not quite of the championship caliber expected from the #24 team. Loomis and the team almost returned to championship glory in 2004, but finished 3rd in NASCAR's first "Chase for the Championship" by a heartbreaking 16 points to winner Kurt Busch. They won 5 races that year, including another Brickyard 400, and also earned the most points of any team for the entire year. 2005 began in thrilling fashion as Loomis won his very first Daytona 500: NASCAR's crown jewel event. The #24 team also went on to win at Martinsville and Talladega early in the year, but the rest of the season would be a nightmare. The #24 team experienced radical handling problems at downforce tracks.

After a 2nd place finish at Darlington in the season's 10th event, the #24 team failed to produce another top-5 finish in the next 16 races under Loomis. The team shockingly missed NASCAR's "Chase for the Championship," and Loomis was replaced by 26-year-old Steve Letarte for the final 10 races to prepare the young crew chief for 2006. Loomis had been grooming Letarte, the team's car chief since 2002, to take over the position. Loomis had already planned on leaving the stressful job after 2005 due to a reorganization of priorities. Loomis's mother, Sallie, survived a serious pancreatic illness the previous year. In January 2012, Loomis was released of his duties as Chief Operating Officer for Richard Petty Motorsports.

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