In 2014 Milka will become the first Hispanic female driver in history to compete in a NASCAR national series in the United States. Milka will run select races in NASCAR’s Nationwide Series with RAB Racing in their No. 29 Toyota Camry.
When Milka qualified for and competed in the NASCAR Nationwide Series race at Kansas Speedway she became the first Hispanic female driver in history to compete in a NASCAR national series in the USA.
Milka finished the 2013 ARCA Racing Championship 7th in the Driver Point Standings – becoming the 2nd highest finishing female driver in ARCA’s 61-year history
In the 21-race 2013 ARCA Series season Milka earned one pole, two top-10 and thirteen top-15 finishes
Milka earned highest finish ever- 2nd place - for a female driver - in the now 52-year history of the Rolex 24 Hours at Daytona at Daytona International Speedway
Milka wins the Rolex Series Grand Prix of Miami and becomes the first female driver in history to win a major international race in the USA
Milka was the first Hispanic female driver, in the now 101-year history of the race, to qualify for and compete in the world famous Indianapolis 500 - a race that she would qualify for and compete in for three consecutive years
Milka wins the American Le Mans Series Petit Le Mans at Road Atlanta - becoming the first woman in history to win the prestigious race
Milka qualifies 2nd and takes the lead on the first lap in the 2013 ARCA Series race at Daytona International Speedway