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If he did, the four-time IndyCar champion would see he is in very heady company.
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The coach of the San Francisco 49ers will drive the pace car for the start of the Indianapolis 500 on Sunday, and while he won't be behind the wheel during in-race cautions - when the yellow flag comes out - you can be sure he'll have a wry smile on his face when it flutters in the breeze.
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They have dinner together. They chat it up on Twitter. They offer congratulations on jobs well done, solace when things don't go so well.
They raced 1-2-3 in line, trading the lead a whopping 15 times over the final, frantic 75 laps.
Four-time Indianapolis 500 winners A.J. Foyt, Al Unser and Rick Mears grace the cover of the souvenir program for the 'Greatest Spectacle in Racing' like a trio of senior GQ models.
Pagenaud turned a lap of 225.827 mph, making it the first time this month that he's topped the speed chart.
During a ride-along event for the Belle Isle Grand Prix, race Chairman Bud Denker assured fans that the track is race ready.
History: Dario Franchitti won under the caution flag after Takuma Sato couldn't quite hang on while making a desperate dive to the inside in the first turn on the final lap.
For Servia and his team, Panther DRR, it's actually more fitting given that Sunday's race isn't just the biggest of the season for this team, it's an all-out battle for survival.
Townsend Bell is making the jump from the broadcast booth down to the track for another shot in the Indianapolis 500.
Crusty team owner A.J. Foyt, a 78-year old American motor racing legend and his driver Takuma Sato, an impeccably groomed 36-year-old from Tokyo who arrived in IndyCar from the glamour world of Formula One.
A.J. Foyt is back at the Indianapolis 500 this weekend with Takuma Sato behind the wheel and perhaps his best chance to win the fabled race as an owner in more than a decade.
Since 1997 Mark One Composites, Inc. has been a destination for teams in need of carbon fiber work, drivers in search of energy-absorbing custom-molded seats and race team members eager for a pick-up game of basketball after work.
Harbaugh has strong ties to the Indianapolis area. He played four seasons with the Indianapolis Colts, where he earned the nickname "Captain Comeback," and is a part-time owner of Indianapolis-based Panther Racing.