Don’t miss BSA IndyCar driver Alex Lloyd in Sunday’s Indianapolis 500

BSA IndyCar driver Alex Lloyd (right) and team owner Dale Coyne were all smiles at last year's race after the team finished fourth.

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 as Lloyd and the BSA Motorsports team take 200 adrenaline-filled laps around the famous oval.

The 100th running of the race begins at noon Eastern Time on Sunday, May 29, and can be seen on ABC.

After a tense qualifying session, you know the main race will be full of excitement. So let’s all put on a BSA T-shirt or cap and root for the No. 19 car!


  1. Early in the race he was running 23rd out of a field of 33, with 2 out of the race. I hope he does well this season.

  2. It’s great having the BSA in Indycars, the opporunity for introducing technology is super. Strange though that Lloyd nor the team talk about the “Boy Scout” car in their interviews like the other drivers. And, like Kief said above, would be nice to have some apparel, can we expect that some time?

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