Q&A with Tim Drudge

St. Vincent Sports Performance Center
Just as it has long been for many kids growing up in central Indiana, the Indianapolis 500 was a staple of Tim Drudge’s childhood. So it was only natural for him to dream about someday having a part in one of racing’s biggest events. But it would take him a while to get there.
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