|Rob Rizzo is a former NASCAR driver from North Providence, RI. In his career, he scored three top-10 finishes in the Craftsman Truck Series, which was the only series he raced in.
Rizzo made his debut in 1996, running his own Rizzo Racing Chevy at Watkins Glen International. He had an outstanding run there, starting 6th and finishing 7th. Based off the success, Rizzo made three more races, including an 11th place at Infineon Raceway. However, he did not finish the other two races.
Rizzo, however, pressed on, making a dozen starts in 1997. Once again, he got his best finish of the year in his first start. This time it was a 6th place run at Tuscon. However, Rizzo struggled in his other starts, as three top-20 finishes ended up the other highlights of the year.
Rizzo would only make two starts in 1998, as Scot Walters ended up taking Rizzo's ride. Rizzo, however, ended up with the #98 Ford team. Rizzo struggled in his first race at Homestead-Miami, finishing 30th after a crash. However, in the next race at Watkins Glen, Rizzo managed another top-10 finish. He started and finished 8th in that event.
Rizzo made his final start in 1999, running one race at Portland Intenational Raceway. He struggled, ending up 21st in that event. He has not raced in NASCAR since.