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Gaston Chevrolet

Gaston Chevrolet won the 1920 Indianapolis 500 behind the wheel of a Monroe-Frontenac.

He became the first driver in the history of the storied 500-mile race to go the distance without making a tire change.

Chevrolet died later that same year during a race at the Beverly Hills Speedway and was laid to rest next to his brothers at the Holy Cross and Saint Joseph Cemetery in Indianapolis, Indiana.

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