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Indy 500 Field of the Century: Row 4

Updated: May 27, 2011, 12:24 PM ET
By Ed Hinton | ESPN.com

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Our fourth row includes Indy's first three-time winner who unwittingly started the tradition of drinking milk, the crusty elder brother in an Indy dynasty and a nice guy who served notice that A.J. Foyt wasn't the only Texan who could win a lot at the Brickyard.

10. Louis Meyer Indy 500 starts: 12 Best finish (years): First (1928, '33, '36) Laps led: 332

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