Watch for the BSA car in Sunday’s Indy 500


The countdown to the Indianapolis 500, "The Greatest Spectacle in Racing," has dipped under the one-week mark. This Sunday, 33 drivers will race 200 laps in hopes of being the first man or woman to cross the finish line.

If you're a racing fan, you'll be watching. If not, you might want to tune in anyway to see the No. 19 Boy Scouts of America car in action.

The car, which will be sporting new centennial colors for the race, will start on the ninth of 11 rows. You can look for Driver Alex Lloyd's gold-and-white BSA car (shown above) right behind Danica Patrick's car in the starting lineup.

Catch all of the action starting at noon (ET) this Sunday on ABC. You can listen to the race on XM channel 145 or Sirius channel 211.

The Indy 500 is the biggest race of the season for BSA Motorsports, which launched this year to help promote the Scouting program and teach boys about math and science.

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