Here's your first look at the BSA's No. 19 IndyCar in action at Sunday's São Paulo Indy 300 in Brazil. It's the first of several stops in the exciting debut season for BSA Motorsports.
Rookie driver Alex Lloyd took the wheel of the Dale Coyne-sponsored car, but a slippery, rain-soaked track caused him to crash out before the race finished.
“I am very grateful for the opportunity that the Coynes and the Boy Scouts of America have given me,” Lloyd said. “This was our first race together, and [coming] to a new track with such low grip and all the complications of conditions, unfortunately caught us out here today. We look forward to moving to a track I know in St. Petersburg in two weeks time.”
The next stop for the No. 19 car is the Honda Grand Prix of St. Petersburg in Florida, on Sunday, March 28. The race starts at 3:30 p.m. Eastern on ABC.
For the full schedule of remaining races, click here.
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