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0306Venezuelan Milka Duno, a renowned sports car driver, has been selected by the Office for Support to Institutions Representatives of the Organization of American States (OAS), and the Documentation Sciences Foundation (FCD) of Spain to be part of the Women Leaders of The Americas Committee.

Naval engineer of academic formation, Milka Duno has developed an outstanding career in the international tracks, becoming a reference for Latin American women, having been the first in participate and classify in three consecutive editions in the 500 Miles of Indianapolis, to be the woman with the best absolute figuration in the history of The 24 Hours of Daytona, in addition to adding numerous achievements in long duration in North American traces.

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I feel proud to have been included in the book “Los Inmortales del Deporte en Venezuela” (The sports personalities of enduring fame in Venezuela) prepared by Alfredo López Lagonell as part of a remarkable group of 228 sports personalities - men and women - athletes, officials, coaches and journalists that are included.

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Milka Duno Mexico City Art Project 3NASCAR Driver Milka Duno Featured in Mexico City Art Project

Hecha en Latinoamérica (Made in Latin America) is the new series of the
Women Working for Women project by artist María María Acha-Kutscher

Los Angeles, Calif. – 2014 NASCAR Nationwide Series driver Milka Duno is featured in artist María María Acha-Kutscher’s new series Hecha en Latinoamérica (Made in Latin America) as part of the Women Working for Woman project.

The series consists of digital portraits of Latin American women who have managed to create their own space in professional fields traditionally dominated by men and in addition to Milka Duno includes: Ali Stone, Power Paola, Mare Advertencia Lirika, Itzel Nájera "News", Jackie Nava, Cinthya Blackcat and Niña Dioz.

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photo 22014 NASCAR Series Season a Season of History for Milka Duno

Los Angeles, Calif. – Milka Duno headed into the last race of her historic first NASCAR Nationwide Series season at Homestead-Miami Speedway with two goals - to learn and to finish – and that she did.

Duno had earned some respectable stats during her time in the ARCA Racing Series in preparation for her entry into NASCAR - but the jump from ARCA to NASCAR is a big and difficult one with a steep learning curve.

In her first Nationwide Series race at Kansas Speedway race Milka qualified well and had a very good start but the car went away from her in very early laps and ended her debut prematurely.

With two wins at Homestead in the Grand American Rolex Series this would be her first time on the track at Homestead in a stock car – and she had much to learn – and she was doing just that by improving and getting faster in each session.

In the qualifying session leading up to the race an underperforming car placed her 39th on the starting grid for what would be an ultra-competitive season finale competition.

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Milka Duno 2014 TalladegaDuno becomes first Hispanic female driver to lead a NASCAR national series race.

Los Angeles, Calif.  – Milka Duno competed in her first NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) race at Talladega Superspeedway on Saturday, October 18, starting 36th and finishing 25th - with two laps led. By doing so, she became the first Hispanic female driver to lead a NASCAR national series race.

Duno had only one scheduled two-hour practice session to get acquainted and comfortable in a truck and a series that was entirely new to her. Unfortunately, what was already a steep learning curve was dramatically increased as Duno wasn’t able to get out on the track until an hour and twenty minutes of the session had already expired. With only forty minutes remaining - when she did get on the track - the engine blew after completing only six laps.

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Erick Scarpone 14 16A history that inspires

A few months ago I received this message on my Facebook from Erick Scarpone:

“Milka, many years ago you helped us in the Formula SAE UCV project. I just wanted to get a message through to you and thank you very much, and to let you know that thanks to my participation in this competition that you helped make possible, I ended up earning a scholarship and a degree in Automotive Engineering & Manufacturing at a university in Michigan and today I work for Caterpillar. Thanks for the support at the time, and I leave this message of thanks to let you know that your support changed my life. "

When I read this I really felt very pleased, but even more so I'll tell you why. I met Erick in 2004 when he was the team captain of the Central University of Venezuela with the goal to participate in an international competition among universities around the world, in which students had to design, build and race a small formula-style race car. Subsequently Erick graduated with a degree in Mechanical Engineering at the university in Venezuela and earned a scholarship to Kettering University in Michigan.

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CNN International previously included me in their Leading Women series and have asked me to be part of their celebration of International Day of the Girl on October 11 and Ada Lovelace Day on October 14. CNN International is devoting the month of October to women and girls of in STEM: science, technology, engineering and math. A quote from me and a video are included on their website at


Milka Duno in KansasUnfortunate Turn 2 Twisters Catch Duno & Others

Los Angeles, Calif. (October 6, 2014) – When Milka Duno qualified for and competed in the NASCAR Nationwide Series race at Kansas Speedway on Saturday, October 4 she became the first Hispanic female driver in history to compete in a NASCAR national series race in the United States. Unfortunately, she was one of five drivers in the race to spin and hit the wall at Turn 2 – which brought a quick end to her day.

The first of the two scheduled practice sessions on Friday was cancelled due to inclement weather, so Duno and her RAB Racing crew had much to accomplish in the afternoon session – and that they did. Completing 54 total laps over multiple runs, Duno and her No.29 Toyota Camry were picking up speed with each run.

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This Sunday I’ll be in the broadcast booth for the F1 Singapore Grand Prix. Check out the attached promo video for our show. If you’d like to watch the Singapore Grand Prix it will air this Sunday at 7:30am EST/6:30am CT on Univision Deportes and UNIMAS.

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Milka D011Duno is the First Hispanic Female Driver to Compete in a NASCAR National Series in the USA

Los Angeles, Calif. (August 18, 2014) – Milka Duno’s first NASCAR Nationwide Series race will be Friday, August 22 in the Food City 300 at Bristol Motor Speedway. This will mark the first time in NASCAR history that a Hispanic female driver will compete in a NASCAR national series race in the United States. Duno will compete in RAB Racing’s No. 29 Toyota Camry.

Bristol Motor Speedway’s 0.533-mile short track is one of the most popular circuits on the Nationwide Series schedule and features an all-concrete surface, steep banking and two pit roads.

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Javier Mota invited me on his radio show "Autos 0-60" on Sirius XM. You can listen to the interview here:

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I was on Café CNN on CNN en Espanol last week. If you like you can see the video here:

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Duno signs limited NASCAR Nationwide Series schedule with RAB Racing

Milka DunoLos Angeles, Calif. (August 4, 2014) – RAB Racing has signed multiple race-winning driver Milka Duno to compete in select races in the 2014 NASCAR Nationwide Series and with the entry Duno will become the first Hispanic female driver in history to compete in a NASCAR national series in the United States.

A successful driver who has competed in multiple racing series Duno has eight major race wins in the highest classes (Prototype) in the American Le Mans Series and the Grand American Rolex Series and the highest finish ever by a female driver (2nd  place) in the 24 Hours at Daytona - in the now 52-year history of the race.

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WomanFitnessMilka Duno: Venezuelan Race Car Driver, Winner of Rolex Series Miami Grand Prix Reveals her Workout, Diet and Beauty Secrets

Milka was born in Caracas and is a Venezuelan race car driver. She was introduced to the sport when she was invited to a driving clinic by a car club in Venezuela. She holds master's degrees in Organizational Development, Naval Architecture, Maritime Business, and Marine Biology (earning the last three masters degrees simultaneously) and also she has worked as a naval engineer.

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0224The first regional Women in Motorsport seminar, organized by the Qatar Motor and Motorcycle Federation (QMMF) in partnership with the FIA Women in Motorsport Commission, took place in Doha, Qatar this past week.

Almost 50 people from across the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region attended the seminar along with invited guests and speakers, providing the opportunity to discuss issues that affect women in motorsport, share knowledge and ideas, as well as identify new opportunities.

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SportsCommissionDuno will attend first 2014 meeting in Qatar

Los Angeles, Calif. - Milka Duno will participate as a newly elected member in this year’s first 2014 official meeting of the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA) Women & Motor Sport Commission (WMC) in Doha, Qatar this February 19, 20 and 21.

The FIA is a non-profit association established in 1904 to represent the interests of motoring organizations around the world. Headquartered in Paris the FIA consists of 213 national member organizations in 125 countries worldwide.

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  1. Milka Profiled in Hispanic Executive Magazine
  2. ARCA Racing Series Counting down 2013's Top-10: Milka Duno 7th! (Video)
  3. Variedades Magazine Article
  5. Milka Duno 15th in ARCA Series Finale at Kansas Speedway: Finishes 2013 Season 7th in Driver Point Standings
  6. Milka Duno 2nd Highest Finishing Female Driver in ARCA Racing Series 61-Year History
  7. Milka Duno Disappointed at Kentucky Speedway
  8. Milka Duno 13th in ARCA Series Fall Classic at Salem Speedway
  9. Milka Duno 19th at Iowa Speedway
  10. Milka Duno 16th at the Magic Mile in DuQuoin, Illinois
  11. Milka Duno Earns 11th Top-15 Finish of the Season at Madison
  12. Milka Duno 21st in First Dirt Race at Springfield
  13. Milka Duno Takes 15th in First Race at Berlin Raceway
  14. Article: Three-time Indy 500 qualifier ready for Berlin Raceway debut
  15. Duno Barely Misses a Top-20 at Pocono Raceway
  16. Too Many Twists and Turns for Duno to Overcome at New Jersey Motorsports Park
  17. Another Top-15 Finish for Milka Duno at Chicagoland Speedway
  18. Top-10 Finish for Milka Duno at Winchester Speedway
  19. Milka Duno 12th in Inaugural ARCA Series Race at Road America
  20. Duno 11th in ARCA Series at Michigan International Speedway
  21. Duno Earns Fifth Top-15 Finish of the Season at Pocono Raceway
  22. Duno’s 13th Place Finish at Elko Speedway Puts Her 7th in Driver Standings
  23. Milka Duno Drives Hard, Finishes 13th at Toledo Speedway
  24. Duno 29th in ARCA Series Race at Talladega Superspeedway
  25. Milka Duno Wins ARCA Racing Series Pole at Talladega
  26. Duno Battles Courageously & Earns 8th Place Finish at Salem
  27. Milka Duno to Appear on OnDIRECTV’s Un Loco en América with Jesús Quintero
  28. Duno Finishes 14th in ARCA Series Race at Mobile International Speedway
  29. Duno Shines, Leads Laps in ARCA Series Season Opener at Daytona
  30. Milka Duno Unites with Venturini in ARCA Series in 2013
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