How much is Guillermo Maldonado worth? - Wondering how wealthy & rich is Guillermo Maldonado? Or maybe you\u2019re just curious about Guillermo Maldonado's age, body measurements, height, weight, hair color, eye color, bra & waist size, bio, wiki, wealth and salary?\n\n\n\n\n\n Guillermo Fausto Maldonado (October 29, 1952, Nueve de Julio, Province of Buenos Aires) nicknamed Yoyo , is an Argentine driver of speed racing, currently retired. . He developed his sports career, always next to the Volkswagen brand, competing in categories such as the Formula 2 Codasur or the TC 2000. For this reason, it is cataloged as the maximum reference of the German brand in the Argentine motoring. He was National Formula 2 champion, Formula 2 Codasur and TC 2000, always competing with the support of Volkswagen dealer networks. \n \n\nGuillermo Maldonado's Biography\n His beginnings were given in the activity of the local and zonal motorcycling, where he would outline his profile of driver - trainer. It is so that it obtains numerous successes in this discipline, at national level, becoming a true bulwark of this sport. These results, finally encourage him to debut in motor racing, more precisely in the Formula 2 Argentina, debuting aboard a Crespi-Fiat. Later he joined the team of Luis Rub\u00e9n Di Palma, who counted on the advice of Oreste Berta. This incorporation led him to settle for a year in Alta Gracia, where he acquired enough knowledge to start preparing his racing cars. \n Finally champion was consecrated in 1980 and 1982, manning a monoposto designed by Oreste Berta and equipped with Volkswagen 1500 engine: The Berta-VW. With the preparation of the nickname Magician of Alta Gracia, Maldonado was not only champion in his country. With the creation in 1983 of the Formula 2 Codasur, a category that brought together the motoring associations of South America, he came to run with this model and had a devastating gait: He was champion in the years 1983, 1984, 1985 and 1986. Precisely , they were the years that the category lasted since in 1987, the South American Formula 3 was created, which ended up replacing this category, for what Maldonado was its only champion, during his life period. \n He debuted on TC 2000 in 1981, aboard a Dodge 1500, with which he competed sporadically. After his withdrawal from the formulas, and with the support of the Volkswagen dealership network, he returned in 1987 to the category with a similar car, but called VW 1500. He fought the 1988 championship against Juan Mar\u00eda Traverso and his Coup\u00e9 Fuego, reaching the second place. He was a benchmark for the Volkswagen brand in the following years, until his retirement from the activity in 1996, obtaining the subchampionships of 1988 and 1991 and his only TC 2000 championship in 1994, aboard a Volkswagen Gol. \n In 1993, Maldonado had the opportunity to compete in Turismo Carretera, the only national category where he never had a relevant participation. His debut was on September 19 in the race of the "2 Hours of Buenos Aires", where he participated as a guest of the pilot Emilio Satriano, with whom he shared the driving of Chevrolet Chevy of the latter. The result was an abandonment by Maldonado, after Satriano gave him the car in second place. After this competition, Maldonado would not compete again in the TC, leaning towards the TC 2000. \n After his retirement, he took over the sports management of the new Volkswagen YPF Motorsport team, winning the 1997 subchampionship and fighting the 1999 title. He developed the Volkswagen Polo and Volkswagen Bora models on track and directed the Walter Hern\u00e1ndez drivers (his last teammate), Gustavo Der Ohanessian, Esteban Tuero, Alejandro Bini and Mariano Altuna. Also, in his times as a pilot, he shared a team with pilots such as Enrique Torriani, Silvio Oltra, Enrique Urrutia and Juan Manuel Silva. \n After Volkswagen's exit from the TC 2000 in 2001, Maldonado joined the GF Motorsport team of Gabriel Furl\u00e1n, as Sports Director and Mitsubishi Lancer preparer for the Ciudad Evita driver. In addition to that, it housed the structure of this team in its prestigious workshop of Nueve de Julio. With the arrival of the new Mitsubishi official team, which took care of Furlan's car and the sale of his workshop to the Sport Team squad, Maldonado definitively moved away from the automotive world. His last victory was a 1-2 with his teammate Walter Hern\u00e1ndez for the Volkswagen team, just in his hometown, Nueve de Julio, on September 15, 1996. His last race was on December 8, 1996. < \/ p>\n\n\n\nMore Facts about Guillermo Maldonado\n\nThe Guillermo Maldonado's statistics like age, body measurements, height, weight, bio, wiki, net worth posted above have been gathered from a lot of credible websites and online sources. But, there are a few factors that will affect the statistics, so, the above figures may not be 100% accurate.