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#15 – Austin Cindric on Racing Now and Then

Team Penske NASCAR Xfinity Series driver Austin Cindric at age 21 has already built an extensive racing resume that includes open wheel and sports cars in addition to stock cars. At age 14, he became the youngest driver ever to compete in the USF 2000 Series. This year he made NASCAR history when he became the first driver to win on consecutive days in the same series at the same track. In this episode, the son of Team Penske President Tim Cindric also talks about his grandfather Jim Trueman, who raced sports cars, owned Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, founded Red Roof Inns and won the 1986 Indianapolis 500 with driver Bobby Rahal.

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