Esteban Guerrieri (born 19 January 1985 in Buenos Aires ) is an Argentine racing driver. He joined in 2011 and 2012 in the Indy Lights.
After Guerrieri from 1993 to 1999 was active in karting, he began his formula racing career in 2000 and immediately won the championship title of the Argentine Formula Renault. In 2001, Guerrieri and went to Europe in the Formula Renault 2.0 Eurocup, where he finished in tenth place overall, at the start. A year later he went to the German Formula Renault and finished third in the overall standings. 2003 Guerrieri won the champion of the Formula Renault 2.0 Euro Cup and was runner up in the Italian Formula Renault.
For 2004, Guerrieri got a cockpit at BCN Competición in the international Formula 3000th Even if he does not mithielt with his experienced teammate Enrico Toccacelo, he drove a good debut season and was, including a third-place finish at Hockenheim, seventh in the overall standings. Despite his good performances got Guerrieri 2005, no cockpit in the Formula 3000 series successor GP2. He opted for a change in the Formula 3 Euro Series. After the 16th place overall, he finished in 2005, he won two races in 2006 and finished fourth in the overall standings.
2007 moved Guerrieri in the British Formula 3 Championship and finished 13th overall. In addition, he started each at two races of the Formula 3 Euro Series and Formula Renault 3.5. 2008 Guerrieri started the season in the British Formula 3 Championship, but moved to three race weekends in the Formula Renault 3.5, in which he won the last race of the season. 2009 started Guerrieri some touring car races in Argentina and also won two races in the Superleague Formula. He also returned to the Formula Renault 3.5 at the final race weekend.
2010 Guerrieri received at ISR Racing cockpit in Formula Renault 3.5. After failing in the first two races and for the third race did not start, he won the fourth race at Spa- Francorchamps, which was played under rain, for themselves. After he had been represented at the third race weekend by Alexander Rossi, he returned to Brno back in his cockpit and decided both races for themselves. After his team had omitted for technical reasons two races, he returned to Hockenheim and won the second race. A race weekend at Silverstone later Guerrieri was the fastest driver in both races. At the first race he came in first place finish, but was disqualified by scrutineering as an adhesive tape was used at a junction instead of a nail. In the second race he took a long time to second place behind Daniel Ricciardo. Two laps to go he made him several times under pressure and he succeeded in overtaking, so he won the race. With a win at the season finale in Barcelona, he finished the season behind Mikhail Aleshin and Ricciardo in third place in the championship. Guerrieri was with six wins, the pilot, who had won the most races, and also the driver who had brought the most points per race. He also recorded for Charouz - Gravity Racing part in a race weekend of the 2010 season of the Auto GP and finished 18th in the overall standings. In addition, he took part in a race weekend of the Superleague Formula and has been starting for PSV Eindhoven in a race in second place.
2011 left Guerrieri Europe and switched to Sam Schmidt Motorsports in the North American Indy Lights. With three wins and three second places he was runner-up behind his teammate Josef Newgarden. He defeated him in the title duel with 459 to 553 points. 2012 graduated Guerrieri his second Indy Lights season for Sam Schmidt Motorsports. Guerrieri won three races, finished every race in the top 10 and led the drivers' championship in the meantime. By season's end he was defeated in the title duel again his teammate. With 453 to 461 points, he finished second behind Tristan Vautier.
- 2004: Formula 3000 ( 7th place)
- 2004: Formula Renault V6 Eurocup ( place 26)
- 2005: Formula 3 Euro Series (No. 16)
- 2006: Formula 3 Euro Series (4th place )
- 2007: British Formula 3 ( 13th place)
- 2007: Formula Renault 3.5 (ranked 39)
- 2008: Formula Renault 3.5 ( 8th place)
- 2008: British Formula 3 ( 12th place)
- 2009: Superleague Formula
- 2009: Formula Renault 3.5 ( 19th place )
- 2009: TC2000
- 2010: Formula Renault 3.5 ( 3rd place)
- 2010: Auto GP ( 18th place)
- 2010: Superleague Formula
- 2010: TC2000 ( place 26)
- 2011: Indy Lights (2nd place)
- 2012: Indy Lights (2nd place)