Milka Duno is set to meet fellow IndyCar driver Danica Patrick in an upcoming ARCA test at Daytona International Speedway.
The Venezuelan will take part in the December 18-20 ARCA test driving for NASCAR Nationwide Series owner Todd Braun.
No plans have been announced yet for her to contest the ARCA season-opener in February, where Patrick will make her stock car racing debut for JR Motorsports.
"This will be a new challenge for me and one that I've been looking forward to," Duno said. "I know it won't be easy - it will be hard work - but work that I'm ready to take on."
"My goal was to reach open-wheel racing in the United States and the Indy 500. I just completed my third season in IndyCar and this year I decided not to once again pass on an opportunity to get behind the wheel of a stock car."
A total four women are set to take part in next week's test, as besides Duno and Patrick, female racers Alli Owens and Leilani Munter - who already have ARCA experience - are also scheduled to be on track.
The test will be Duno's first run in a stock car. She began her career in sportscars before switching to the IndyCar Series in 2007.