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Justin Wilson and the No. 19 Boy Scouts of America IndyCar finished 22nd in the 2014 Indy 500.
Watching the Indianapolis 500 later today? Be sure to look out for the No. 19 Boy Scouts of America car, driven by Justin Wilson and owned by friend of Scouting and Silver
Before Saturday’s race, Justin received an award from the BSA to thank him for such a great season. Justin Wilson, driver of the No. 19 Boy Scouts of America
Good news: The real-life race car built entirely by untrained Scouts and Venturers at the jamboree in July didn’t fall apart in the middle of its racing debut Saturday
In IndyCar racing, 1.1930 seconds can mean the difference between hoisting the winner’s trophy and settling for second place. Justin Wilson knows that all too well.
Update, Aug. 20: Despite Saturday’s dreary weather, Scouts were ready to cheer on Scott Lagasse Jr. as he prepared to race his Scout-built car on the dirt track at
You’d have to be crazy to get behind the wheel of a race car built by a bunch of Scouts, right? Then I guess NASCAR driver and BSA Racing partner Scott Lagasse Jr. is a
Now this is what I call hands-on fun. Right this second up in the Cloud area at the 2013 National Jamboree, Scouts are building a real race car, rivet by rivet, for Team SLR
Perhaps. But only if you ask. The team behind the Boy Scouts of America’s No. 8 NASCAR, driven by Scott Lagasse Jr., will work with councils to plan car and driver
When the going gets tough, Scouts shift into high gear. And as it turns out, so does the Boy Scouts of America IndyCar team. Justin Wilson, driver of the Dale Coyne Racing
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