Tommy Milton was the first two-time winner of the Indianapolis 500. His first win was in the 1921 race, driving a Frontenac built by Louis Chevrolet. He won again two years later in the 1923 race, this time driving a Stutz HCS Special.
Milton had poor vision and probably couldn't have raced cars in a later era. He was badly burned in a 1919 accident, but managed to get through his racing career otherwise intact. Decades later, he served as chief steward at the Speedway.
He died at 68 of an apparent suicide after his health began to fail.