Meneghello began his motorsport career in karting in 1992, where he was active until 2000. In 2001, he joined the Italian Formula 3 Championship and was master of federalen class. In 2002, he joined the Italian Formula Renault and finished tenth overall. In 2003 he competed in the British Formula Renault and finished 14th in the overall standings.
2004 was his focus on the Formula Renault V6 Eurocup, where he finished in 22nd place overall. He also competed in one race in the Euro Formula 3000 and replaced in the International Formula 3000 championship for a race Yannick Schroeder at Durango Corse. In the championship of the International Formula 3000 he won the 23th Place.
2005 Meneghello was no cockpit in the GP2 Series, the successor series Formula 3000, and entered for Euro International in the World Series by Renault. Because of his involvement in an accident in Monte Carlo, in which a marshal was seriously injured, he was locked together with Pastor Maldonado for four races. It first never driven in the points, he scored his first points at the last race in the championship and finished the season at the 28th place overall. In 2006 he moved to DG Racing. After failing to convince the first five race weekends, he was replaced by Carlos Iaconelli. In the overall standings he was 35th
After he had attended from 2007 to no more racing series, he entered 2010 at a race in the Superstars Series, one based in Italy touring car racing series, at.