BSA IndyCar zooms into Alabama this weekend


If you're a Scouting enthusiast and a fan of high-speed thrills, it doesn't get much better than this. On Sunday, the Boy Scouts of America's No. 19 IndyCar is back in action.

Driver Alex Lloyd and the BSA Motorsports team hit the track this weekend for the third race of the 2010 season. This time, they're headed to Barber Motorsports Park in Birmingham for the inaugural Indy Grand Prix of Alabama.

The 2.38-mile, 17-turn track is hosting its first IndyCar race. Tune in to Versus at 3 p.m. Eastern on Sunday to catch the action.

Or, if you're in a council near Birmingham, you might want to try to catch the race in person. Those councils include: Greater Alabama, Tukabatchee Area, Black Warrior, Chattahoochee, Atlanta Area, Flint River, Northwest Georgia, Pushmataha Area, and Yocona Area.

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