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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
It’s officially race week. Yes, the Indy 500 — aka “The Greatest Spectacle in Racing” — roars to life on Sunday. Fans of racing, fast cars, or major
Doing Your Best, even in adverse circumstances, is part of Scouting’s core. So we shouldn’t be too surprised that Justin Wilson, driver of the No. 19 Boy Scouts
Wilson’s best 2012 finish was a win at the Firestone 550 at Texas Motor Speedway. Looking for one more reason to watch IndyCar this year? Try this: Justin Wilson,
For Daniel Bolen, riding the bus will never be the same. Not after the middle schooler was dropped off at school last week by NASCAR driver Scott Lagasse Jr. in his No. 8
BSA driver Scott Lagasse Jr. Do your Scouts like fast cars? Do I even have to ask? Let’s face it: Getting your guys to tune in and cheer on the BSA’s No. 8 car
What’s better than one lightning-fast car emblazoned with the BSA logo? Two, of course. Last week, the Boy Scouts of America announced it was entering the action-packed
Well if the BSA IndyCar had to lose on Saturday night, at least it was like this. James Jakes and the Boy Scouts of America No. 19 car finished 10th at the Firestone 550 in
Scouters and Scouts, start your televisions. The Indianapolis 500, easily the best-known auto race of the year, is Sunday. I’ve always enjoyed watching, but ever since
Let me give you the bad news first. Driver James Jakes and his No. 19 car crashed in Sunday’s race after just 19 laps. So what’s the good news? That St. Petersburg, Fla.,
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