TROY RUTTMAN RUMORS & GOSSIP

Highlights from the 36th running of the Indianapolis 500

RACE: 36th Indianapolis 500 DATE: May 30, 1952 WINNER: Troy Ruttman AVERAGE SPEED: 128.922 mph WHAT HAPPENED: At just 22 years and 80 days, Ruttman became the youngest winner in Indianapolis 500 history. He still holds the record. Bill Vukovich led a race-high 150 laps and seemed poised to win the race until a busted steering linkage with nine laps left cost him the checkered flag...
Via Associated Press
March 23, 2016  |  Discuss
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