As the man who laid the foundation for Colombia’s entrance into motor sport, Roberto Guerrero is in a class all his own. He’s driven in Karts, British F3, Formula 2, Formula 1, CART/Indycar, IMSA, IROC and off-road and while many drivers would have amassed quite an impression of themselves, I must say foremost that Roberto is one of the most amazingly nice guys you will ever talk to. He is a professional in every sense of the word not only in the car but out of it and it is without a doubt one of the highlights of my work at F1B to have had the chance to speak with him about his career.

I think you will agree that he is an incredibly delightful guy and he has great insight and stories from his days of racing…especially his very first race in F1! Enjoy and let Roberto know you appreciate his time, he really is a great guy.

An F1 fan since 1972, NC has spent over 25 years in the technology industry focusing on technology integration, AV systems integration, digital media strategies, technology planning, consulting, speaking, presenting, sales, content strategy, marketing and brand building.
  • the drivers seat

    Awesome job! I was lucky enough to see him race early on in his career,he was extremely fast.never got in the right f1 car which could have done him justice sadly.

  • Bucket-list item #18: Have dinner with Roberto Guerrero…

  • Tony Greene

    Wish they could all be that friendly and out going. I’m sure an F1B interview with Kim would be just as entertaining!

  • Tony Greene

    Make that “Kimi”…the talkative one.

  • Atef Girgis

    One word FANTASTIC

  • Gload

    Can’t recall a more enjoyable interview. Thanks Todd. Thank you Mr. Guerrero.

  • Jack Flash (Aust)

    Gracias Roberto. Aprecio mucho las historias, opiniones y puntos de vista.
    Thanks Todd JF.

  • Silberpfeil

    This is one of the CLASSIC downshift episodes I’ve listened in a long time. Absolutely enjoyed this one.

    • Thanks for the kind words mate. Roberto makes any interview fun and insightful, all you have to do is just hit the record button…he does the rest. :)