I knew there was no speed in the race - at least not his kind of speedUPI Thoroughbred Racing Roundup Apr 21, 2003
But when it came off the grass, it didn't hurt our feelings anyUPI Thoroughbred Racing Roundup Mar 24, 2003
She really had a lot of acceleration when I made my moveUPI Thoroughbred Racing Roundup Mar 24, 2003
For the Puerto Rican Roman Catholic archbishop, see Roberto González Nieves.
Roberto Gonzalez (born in 1976 in Mexico City) was a Mexican Champ Car driver from Monterrey who competed briefly in the 2003 season and for all of 2004. In 2003 he made his debut in the race at St.Petersburg in Florida for Dale Coyne Racing failing to complete the race. His other appearance in 2003 was at home in Mexico City where he substituted for veteran Roberto Moreno scoring his 1st Champ Car points in 10th spot.
He was given a full-time ride with PKV Racing for the 2004 season complete with backing from the Mexican arm of Nextel. However, he had a disappointing year with a best result of 7th place in Cleveland highlighting a year where he only finished 15th in the points standings. He was not retained for the 2005 season.