Inducted into the Motorsports Hall of Fame in 2006, Elliott is known for his many wins and championships in various road race series.  He has participated in American Le Mans Series, Super VEE, Trans Am, Can Am, IMSA, GTU, GTP Series, and World Challenge.  In 1997 again in 1999, Robinson won the overall 24 hour Daytona race.  Running Daytona Prototypes in 2004, Elliott had eight TOP 5 finishes and 11 races.  He once took over the driving seat of Rick Hendricks for a NACAR event.  Also appeared in various stock car races and known as a road race "ringer."  Robinson co driver with Paul Newman, drove to a 3rd place finish in the 24 de Le Mans pioting a 365 Ferrari.  Elliott designed the first "Legends" race car powered by an affordable motorcycle engine.  Elliott Forbes-Robinson has won a major race in 5 consecutive decades.