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.,
Scouters and Scouts, start your engines. Then point your compass (or GPS device) toward the nearest speedway. Yes, after a long winter, it’s finally racing time once again.
James Jakes There’s a new man wearing red, white, and blue this season. It’s 24-year-old James Jakes, a former Scout from England, who takes the helm of the BSA
The race is on. This morning, the IZOD IndyCar series announced its 2012 race schedule, a 15-race slate that will take drivers to China, Brazil, Canada, and — of course —
IndyCar, a set on Flickr. The race is over, but the memories live on. So let’s relive the excitement from last weekend with a slideshow of excellent photos from the BSA
Hey folks, I’m live at Texas Motor Speedway for tonight’s Firestone Twin 275s race, featuring driver Alex Lloyd and the No. 19 Boy Scouts of America IndyCar.
A Scout is Loyal. So it made sense that BSA IndyCar driver Alex Lloyd, after finishing 19th at the Indianapolis 500, wasted no time in complimenting his teammates in a
Do a Good Turn Daily? Tomorrow, one good turn won’t cut it. Alex Lloyd will need 800 of them if he hopes for a nice result in the Indianapolis 500. Be sure to tune in