Roberto Moreno Net Worth
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$77’000’000. *This information was provided by Karleen Parups, 23 years old. From Big Springs, West Virginia
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1,67m.**This information was provided by Bonny Lane, 38 years old. From Kaufman, Texas.
1,83m.***This information was provided by Rorie Craig, 33 years old. From Leesburg, Texas.
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76kg.*This information was provided by Renae Sivers, 38 years old. From Moran, Texas.
Roberto Moreno information
Birth date and age[BOD]: 1959-02-11
Profession: Director, Writer, Cinematographer Nationality:Brazilian
Roberto Pupo Moreno (born February 11, 1959 in Rio de Janeiro), usually known as Roberto Moreno and also as Pupo Moreno, is a racing driver from Brazil. He participated in 75 Formula One Grands Prix, achieved 1 podium, and scored a total of 15 championship points. He raced in CART in 1986, and was Formula 3000 champion (in 1988) before joining Formula One full-time in 1989. He returned to CART in 1996 where he enjoyed an Indian summer in 2000 and 2001, and managed to extend his career in the series until 2008. Also raced in endurance events and GTs in Brazil, but now works as a driver coach and consultant, and although this takes up a lot of his time, he isnt officially retired yet, as he appears in historic events. Away from the sport, he enjoys building light aeroplanes. Moreno was known as the Super Sub late in his career as he was used to replace injured drivers several times.