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Drivers Select Milk Preference for Indianapolis 500 Victory Circle
Every year the American Dairy Association Indiana polls Indianapolis 500 drivers for their milk preference in Victory Circle if they were to be the first to cross the Yard of Bricks. This year, 21 drivers requested whole milk, 10 drivers requested 2% milk, one requested fat–free milk, and one driver had no preference. Here are the results from the 2019 class of drivers participating in the 103rd Running of the Indianapolis 500 presented by Gainbridge:

  • Marco Andretti – whole
  • Sebastien Bourdais – 2%
  • Ed Carpenter – whole ("The whole-est they have." Carpenter prefers buttermilk, per tradition.)
  • Helio Castroneves – whole
  • Conor Daly – whole
  • James Davison – whole
  • Scott Dixon – whole
  • Marcus Ericsson – fat-free
  • Santino Ferrucci – whole
  • Ben Hanley – 2%
  • Jack Harvey – 2%
  • Colton Herta – whole
  • JR Hildebrand – whole
  • James Hinchcliffe – whole (Hinchcliffe also wishes he could choose buttermilk.)
  • Ed Jones – whole
  • Ryan Hunter-Reay – whole
  • Kyle Kaiser – whole
  • Tony Kanaan – 2%
  • Sage Karam – 2%
  • Charlie Kimball – whole
  • Jordan King – whole
  • Matheus Leist – 2%
  • Pippa Mann – whole
  • Josef Newgarden – whole
  • Simon Pagenaud – whole
  • Spencer Pigot – whole
  • Will Power – no preference
  • Graham Rahal – 2%
  • Felix Rosenqvist – 2%
  • Alexander Rossi – whole
  • Takuma Sato – 2%
  • Oriol Servia – 2%
  • Zach Veach – whole
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