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Topic - Townsend Bell
Jim Harbaugh is finally going to get to see a yellow flag.
Jim Harbaugh insists he will coachable when it comes to the tricks of driving the Indianapolis 500 pace car this weekend.
Nine American drivers were on the track at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway practicing on Tuesday, with several posting top times in preparation for the Indianapolis 500 on May 27.
Townsend Bell confirmed Thursday that he will enter the Indianapolis 500 with team owner Sam Schmidt.
He said he'll be doing interviews for the network leading into race day.
"It's interesting, I get to race the Indianapolis 500, I am doing the full season of ALMS for the championship, I go to IndyCar and do the TV thing," said Bell, "so from a job standpoint it's tapas style _ small plates.