Joel Miller (racing driver)

Joel Miller (born 10 May 1988 in Hesperia, California) is an American race car driver.


Miller began his motor racing career at the age of six years in karting and remained active until 2009 in this sport. Among other things, he won the 2006 North American ICA Kart Championship. In 2004 he made his debut in Formula racing and took until 2005 participated in several races of the Pacific F2000 Championship. In 2006, he started two races of the Skip Barber National Championship. As of 2007, Miller put his focus on the single-seater racing and was with five wins Master of the Skip Barber National Championship. He also took part in the fall championship of Formula Palmer Audi and finished the season on top of the tenth.

2008 Miller joined JDC Motorsports in the Star Mazda Series. He won the first race and finished six more races on the podium. With 406 to 422 points, he was runner-up behind John Edwards. 2009 Miller played his second season for JDC Motorsports in the Star Mazda Series. This season he succeeded no victory, and he was charged with three podium finishes in fifth, while his teammate Adam Christodoulou won the championship.

2010 took Miller no cockpit for a full season and he joined for different teams to two Indy Lights race. He finished the season in 23rd place in the drivers' standings. 2011 Miller went to the season opener of the Indy Lights for the team e. He also participated in a race of the U.S. Mazda MX -5 Cup part.

Career stations

  • 2007: Skip Barber National Championship ( Champion)
  • 2007: Formula Palmer Audi Autumn Cup ( # 10 )
  • 2008: Star Mazda Series ( 2nd place)
  • 2009: Star Mazda Series ( 5th place)
  • 2010: Indy Lights ( number 23 )
  • 2011: Indy Lights ( # 28 )
  • 2011: U.S. Mazda MX -5 Cup ( 47th )