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Chuck Hulse, four-time Indy 500 starter, has died at age 93

Chuck Hulse, a four-time Indy 500 starter whose sprint-car injury in 1964 opened the door for Mario Andretti to step into one of the premier rides of the day, has died at age 93. Known as 'The Pepsi Kid' for his love of the soft drink, Hulse had been the oldest living driver to have run a roadster and rear-engine car at Indianapolis. He finished 21st in 1962 and eighth in '63, both in front-engine roadsters; and 20th in '66 in and seventh in '67 wheeling rear-engine cars.
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