"I'll be more than happy to be there in victory lane to congratulate you sincerely from my heart, because that's who I am. My dad would do that and I am here to carry-on my father's legacy," Toddy Ruttman said.
Four turns. Two-hundred laps. Five-hundred miles. The first one take the checkered flag takes home more than milk, more than hardware, more than wreaths. A driver's name is cemented in history as one of the best to ever race. So what does it take to win the Indianapolis 500?