Born: April 22, 1972
Hometown: Caracas, Venezuela
Finished 18th in ARCA points in 2011 and 19th in points in 2012. Her career-best ARCA finish is 10th at New Jersey Motorsports Park in 2012 driving for David Leiner Racing.
NOTABLE: One of the most successful female sports car racers in history, Duno is also a qualified naval engineer with four master's degrees (organizational development, naval architecture, fishing and aquaculture, and maritime business). Duno opened her racing career in 1998 when invited by a friend to participate in a Porsche driving clinic.
Duno is the first Latin American woman to be classified an "expert," and has participated in numerous prestigious races, including the 24 Hours of LeMans, the 24 Hours of Daytona, and the Indianapolis 500. Duno competed in the American LeMans Series championship in the early 2000s before moving to the Rolex Sports Car Series in 2004.
In 2007, Duno became the first Latin American woman to qualify and race in the Indianapolis 500, leading the way to an IndyCar career which has included 43 starts and three Indianapolis 500s. She is the first woman in history to win a major international race in the United States, and has eight professional career race wins at top levels, and numerous wins at minior levels.