Juan Pablo Raies (born in Argentina) is a rally race car driver. Raies made his World Rally Championship debut on his home event in 1992, aboard a Renault 18 GTX.
He returned to participate in the same event intermittently over the course of the following decade, which culminated in tenth and eighth-placed finishes respectively in the Group N production car-based category on the 2001 and 2002 running of these events, both with the then dominant choice in the formula, of the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution.
He piloted a World Rally Car for the first time, in his instance a Subaru Impreza, in the 2005 Rally Argentina.
In the same year, he became South American Rally Champion.Raies was given a one-off chance with the Stobart VK M-Sport Ford team on the Cyprus Rally during the 2006 season, retiring on special stage five due to an electrical problem with his Ford Focus RS WRC. He was a driver for Munchi's Ford World Rally Team in the 2007 World Rally Championship season, as team-mate to the more established Luís Pérez Companc, brother of Raies' co-driver, Jorge Pérez Companc.
Raies was excluded on his first outing with the team on the Rally Sweden, although he did still manage to achieve two twelfth-placed finishes later in the year, on the Rally Norway and Argentine events.