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Indianapolis 500: Has Tradition of Drinking Milk at Indy 500 Run Its Course?

Indianapolis 500 Sees Winner Drink Milk Per TraditionThe Indianapolis 500 is a race rich in tradition, brimming with legendary tales and historic antics.One such tradition is the winner taking a chug of milk at the finish line, brought about when 1936 Indy 500 winner Louis Meyer swigged some buttermilk and claimed his mother told him it was refreshing during a hot day.But, I ask the Indy 500 gods, must a man drink milk everytime he wins? Is it really that necessary or relevant anymore?As the great Ron Burgundy once said, "It's so damn hot...milk was a bad choice."READ MORE: Most Brutal Face-Kicks in SportsI will probably anger the Indy 500 gods/Indy 500 die-hards with this comment, but I'm not so sure drinking milk at the finish line is tha...

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