This 1950 Cummins Diesel Special No. 61 Green Hornet "Roadster" is one of the few racecars to contest the Indianapolis 500 before Robin Miller arrived at IMS. (The Tomaso Collection)
Although NO Word on who bought the Long's Doughnuts!
Pretty Cool how IMS and IndyCar previously recognized 'Ol R', thoust Curmudgeon 'O IndyCar Reporters this past Month 'O May for his tireless effort of promoting the Sport the past 50 years. As I especially like Mario Andretti's Quip 'bout Thank Gawd' Thars' only One Robin Miller; Hya!
Whilst his Co-partner in Crime at Racer Magazine Marshall Pruett filed a pretty funny video with various IndyCar Drivers Saluting Robin for his impending 50th Indianapolis 500 this year as a Reporter. While Miller celebrated his 70th Birthday this past October.
As Will Power's Dry, Sardonic Aussie' Wit is quite Hilarious! Oh? He wasn't a very good Driver?
VIDEO: Miller's 50th Indy 500
While I'm guessing it was largely overlooked that Cummins was celebrating the Centenary of its Diesel Engine Company by featuring five of its Diesel powered Indy Cars gathered together for the first time, and running a Parade lap at Mother Speedway to commemorate said anniversary...
(Photo c/o No Fenders ‘Offical Photographer CARPETS'