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Carlos Guerrero (born November 20, 1957, Mexico City, Mexico) is a former driver in the CART Championship Series who was a multiple Formula Three and Formula Two champion in his native Mexico. He raced in the 1995–1996 CART seasons with 17 career starts, including the 1995 Indianapolis 500.[1] He was eliminated in a crash on the first lap, becoming one of a handful of drivers to qualify for only one Indianapolis 500 and fail to complete a lap. His best career finish in CART was 11th position at the 1995 Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach.

He is not related to race driver Roberto Guerrero.

Racing recordEdit

American Open WheelEdit

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CARTEdit

Year Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 Rank Points
1995 Dick Simon Racing  
MIA
 
SRF
 
PHX
 
LBH
11
 
NZR
14
 
INDY
Ret
 
MIL
15
 
DET
Ret
 
POR
Ret
 
ROA
19
 
TOR
Ret
 
CLE
17
 
MIS
Ret
 
MDO
18
 
NHM
16
 
VAN
15
 
LS
18
30th 2
1996 Dick Simon Racing  
MIA
20
 
RIO
Ret
 
SRF
Ret
 
LBH
 
NZR
 
500
 
MIL
 
DET
 
POR
 
CLE
 
TOR
 
MIS
 
MDO
 
ROA
 
VAN
 
LS
33rd 0
Sporting positions
Preceded by
None
Mexican Formula Three Champion
1990
Succeeded by
Adrian Fernández
Preceded by
Enrique Contreras
Mexican Formula Two Champion
1991-1992
Succeeded by
Allen Berg
Preceded by
César Tiberio Jiménez
Mexican Formula Three Champion
1993-1994
Succeeded by
Derek Higgins

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Mike Harris, AP Auto Racing Writer (2008-05-23). "Start of Indy 500 the most dangerous moment". USA Today. Retrieved 2010-12-28. In 1988, Scott Brayton, Roberto Guerrero and Tony Bettenhausen were involved in a crash in turn two on the first lap. In 1995, Stan Fox was badly injured in the first turn in a crash that also included Cheever, Lyn St. James, Carlos Guerrero and Gil de Ferran.