Send your well wishes to BSA IndyCar driver after his serious crash during race

Before Saturday's race, Justin received an award from the BSA to thank him for such a great season.
Before Saturday’s race, Justin received an award from the BSA to thank him for such a great season.

Justin Wilson, driver of the No. 19 Boy Scouts of America IndyCar, fractured his pelvis and suffered a small pulmonary contusion in a crash during Saturday’s race in California.

He was on Lap 111 of the MAVTV 500 at the oval-shaped Auto Club Speedway near Los Angeles when his car “got caught on a seam in the track that pitched the car into the wall,” according to this USA Today story. The race put a tragic punctuation mark on an otherwise successful 2013 season for Wilson. He finished the season an impressive sixth out of 38 drivers.

Wilson, who drives for the BSA-friendly Dale Coyne Racing team, will now return home to Colorado to recover. The injuries are inoperable, so what he really needs is a lot of rest and some support from the Scouting community.

And that’s where you come in.

Justin has represented the BSA admirably all year — both on and off the track. In races from California to Florida and many places in between, Justin has visited with Scouts and Scouters, signed autographs, taken photos and shared how much he loves driving the No. 19 car. Everywhere he goes, he talks about the value of Scouting and inspires non-Scouts to learn more about our movement.

Now’s our chance to show Justin, and the racing world, how thankful we are and how much we’re wishing for a speedy recovery. Find two ways to get your pack, troop, team or crew involved after the jump.

Leave your get-well message below

Show Justin your support by leaving a comment below. This can be a personal comment from you or a post on behalf of your entire Scouting unit.

This is a simple step, sure, but it will go a long way toward helping Justin heal.

Send a get-well card to Justin

For a fun pack or troop meeting idea, why not have the Scouts create a get-well card to send to Justin? You could ask your Scouts to create it at the next unit meeting, even having the Scouts add colorful decorations or racing-inspired messages to help lift Justin’s spirits.

You can send your cards to the Dale Coyne Racing office. Dale Coyne’s team will make sure Justin gets the cards at home. Send your cards to:

Dale Coyne Racing
Attention: Justin Wilson
13400 Budler Road
Plainfield, IL 60544

If you do send a card, snap a photo before you do and email it to me. I’ll post it on the blog as a comment below.

And allow me to add my well wishes: Justin, get well soon!

Well wishes from Scouts and Venturers

Email me your photos for me to post here.



  1. from troop 72 in Camden, TN, wishing you a speedy recovery. we thank you for representing scouting in a mature and professional manner. We hope you recover quickly and completely and comete next year.

  2. Justin, Boy Scout Troop 286 in Odessa Missouri has you in our hearts, our thoughts, and in our prayers.

    A speedy recovery and a speedier interation of the #19 BSA IndyCar for your return to the sport you love.

  3. Well wishes from Troop 134 in Jonesboro, Arkansas. Get well soon and we will watch you burn rubber next year. We will say a special prayer for you at our Quapaw Area Council Camporee this weekend.

  4. Troop 1191 in Richardson, TX (near Dallas) sends our well wishes for a complete recovery and a good year next year. Thank you for representing BSA!

  5. Crew 901, Chesapeake, VA, sending you good thoughts & prayers for quick & compete recovery! Thanks for all you do for Scouting.

  6. Justin, Hoping for a speedy recovery! Thoughts and prayers are with you!
    From a life long racing fan and 22 yr. scout volunteer, thank you for all you do for scouting!
    La Crescenta, CA

  7. Justin, you are an inspiration to thousands of boys growing to be leaders in the world. Troop 306 in Allen, TX is hoping you have a speedy recovery to continue pursuit of your racing dreams.

  8. Justin, thank you so very much for all of your inspiration during this season. We will likely never know the full impact of your outstanding representation of Scouting. But rest assured you have made a positive impact on a great many people. Our wish is for a complete and speedy recovery and that you will be back on the track soon.
    Malcolm Hughes
    Dan Beard Scout Shop, Cincinnati, Ohio.

  9. Pack 180 and Troop 80 from St. Mary Parish in Menomonee Falls, WI extend our best wishes for a speedy recovery! Thanks for a great season Justin, and for keeping the positive message of an adventurous spirit and drive from the Scouting movement in front of the racing public.

  10. Pack 833 Simpsonville, SC Gives you heart-felt thanks for all you have done to support Scouting. Now it is time to support you with our well wishes and hope for a speedy recovery.

  11. Justin: Our thoughts and prayers go out to your for a speedy recovery. You have been a tremendous asset and spokesperson for the BSA and we wish you the very best, from the CSE’s office.

  12. Justin, prayers to get well from the Los Angeles Area Council go out to you. You took the time to meet with me and a number of our Explorers at the Long Beach Grand Prix earlier this year. You were very generous with your time, and everyone was thrilled to meet you. Can’t wait to watch more races next year!

  13. you have been a great ambassador for scouting man, get better soon! We’ll be thinking about you in the Greater Alabama Area Council.

  14. Prayers and get well wishes from the Mondock Family (our son is an Eagle in BSA Troop 375) in Port Matilda, PA

  15. Justin, May God speed you in your recovery. Every Scout and Scouter is pulling for you. Thanks for your hospitality in Indy this year.

  16. Justin – Best wishes for a full and speedy recovery from your injuries. It’s been a pleasure following your career this season. I hope you have many more successful seasons to come.

  17. Best wishes and a speedy recovery. We all look forward to seeing you back on the track. Thank you for representing Scouting. Pack 262 Lees Summit Missouri.

  18. You are brave and a leader. A great representative for all that is Scouting. May you heal quickly and be surrounded by Love & Light.

  19. Justin, wishes for a speedy and full recovery. You are a hero to many young (and older) people all over the world. As an Eagle Scout (1959), I thank you for your support for Scouting, and your stellar example for our young people. As a club racer (Porsche Club of America) , I appreciate your amazing talent, and your dedication to the sport. Love to you and your family. Frank Shap, Swanton , MD.

  20. Justin – I want to sincerely thank you for all that you have done in representing Scouting, and wish you a very speedy recovery. Besides being an elite level Indy driver – who we are so very proud of to be wearing the BSA colors – you are such a great and gracious friend to our Scouts, volunteers and staff. Godspeed to you Justin – get well and healed soon!!!

  21. Justin – Get well soon, for sure. And, thanks for being a Boy Scout supporter. I achieved Eagle and Silver Explorer a long time ago – 1957. It made a huge difference in my outlook and how I did things in my life. I had no idea at the time !! Team Building was the big thing. And, it was done in a very subtle way back then !!
    All the best –
    Dan Aynesworth

  22. Justin, I am a fan of yours and wish you a speedy and full recovery. As a Scout (Eagle), I appreciate what you do for us. Please get well soon!

  23. From an Eagle Scout … great to see BSA support the best racing series on the planet. Get well soon Justin. Good luck on a great 2014 INDYCAR season.

  24. Justin:

    My thanks to you for all that you’ve done, and for all that you’ll continue to do once that you’re back in the driver’s seat!! Wishing to you a speedy recovery and a Happy Holiday season!

    Paul Cody
    Eagle Scout
    North Haven, CT

  25. Scouting taught me how to stick it out and finish no matter what. He’ll heal and be back year with more gumption than before. Good luck and God Speed.

  26. Thank you for representing Scouting. You have done an admirable job! Get well soon. All of us want to see you back on the circuit again soon.

  27. Wishing you fast healing and a great recovery. Thank you for your wonderful example for Scouts and may God be with you.

    Rolf – Eagle Scout (1971) and current District Eagle Advisor

  28. Hi Justin, Thank you for all you do for the BSA. Great to be associated with such a hero. Get well soon. Pete DiSalvo, Eagle Scout, Asst. Scoutmaster, Troop 13 Brooklyn, NY

  29. Wishing you a fast recovery, Justin. I could never make a living as a race car driver…my wife is always telling me to slow down. I continually value my scouting experience as an Eagle Scout, still drawing from the core values in the Boy Scout oathe and law. Troop 77 Louisville, KY.

  30. We saw you in Houston and we’re super excited for your podium finish. Feel better my friend.
    Eagle Scout, Cubmaster, and dad Andy (49) and Webelos II Nicholas (10) in Friendswood, Texas

  31. Hello Justin, I am proud of your for your continued involvement in scouting and for your courage to go so fast in the race car. I pray that your recovery and rehab will be as fast as your race car. Zoom. Zoom. And that at God’s speed, then you will be Happy, Happy, Happy. And from your childhood, ‘Jesus Loves You, This I Know.
    C. Johnson Sheffield, Troop 20, Warsaw, NC: Eagle, 1966, UNC-CH 1973.

  32. Sending out our wishes for a speedy recovery and a watermelon cheer for all your support in scouting from troop 569, mechanicsville, va, heart of virginia council.

  33. As an eagle myself I love to see when there are sport figures that the kids can actually look up to. Best of luck on a speedy recovery!
    Blaine Bismarck, ND

  34. Thank you for representing the finest youth organization ever. Get well soon. Thoughts and prayers.

    Troop 66 – Las Cruces NM

  35. Am a 69 year old Eagle Scout. As seen on TV the crash looks horrific. Being in the car must be indescribable. My prayers for healing go out to you.

  36. Justin, thanks for doing a great job representing Scouting. I am glad to hear you are on the road to recovery and look forward to watching you compete again next season.


  38. Dr. Robert Rens, Eagle Scout for the past 62 years.
    Justin, I know you will get back on the track as soon as you are healed and able to preform as the outstanding person that you have become. Thank you for representing the BSA in your extra special way.
    Best wishes,
    Dr. Robert Rens
    Palm Springs, Calif.

  39. Justin,
    Your representing scouts is much appreciated. Great to hear you are on the road to recovery! Very best wished for a speedy & full recovery.
    Gary Walch, eagle scout, troop 165 🙂

  40. Justin best wishes and get well soon may you get well soon and my prayers are with you and hope that your family’s fears may subside your health gets better. Thanks for championing the cause of scouting and spending time with them.

  41. Justin, we are praying for a quick recovery and many more years of racing for you. I’m an Eagle Scout from 1986 and my sons Tyler and Mason are a First Class Scout and a Webelos II Sclut, respectively. We appreciate the fine way you represent BSA and wish you and your family all the best.

    Take care!
    Marty, Tyler and Mason Lippert

  42. Justin, God Bless and Get Well Soon. Thanks for being a role model for our youth and future leaders of this wonderful county.

    Pack 29 – Wilmington DE

  43. Hang in there Justin and I’ll say a prayer in my church here in Lexington, Ky. this coming Sunday. From: William Ira Shaw, Eagle Scout almost 60 years ago in Halifax, North Carolina.

  44. Justin, the Scouts of Troop 4, St. Francis de Sales Church in Herkimer, NY , Revolutionary Trails Council, send our wishes for a speedy and successful recovery. God Bless you and thank you for all you’ve done for Scouting.

  45. Justin

    Wishing you God’s speed to a fast recovery. Our prayers are with you!

    Russell Korn
    Eagle Scout 1976
    Palatine Illinois

  46. Justin
    Best wishes for a speedy recovery. Thank you for all you do for scouting
    And its promotion, it made me who I am today. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. All our best,
    Gary and Angela Bodkin

  47. As the former National President of the Boy Scouts of America I want to thank you for all that you have done for the BSA. You have been a fantastic role model for millions of young scouters across America.

    You have had a fantastic year of driving Car #19 of which the BSA is very proud.

    I want to wish you a speedy recovery.

    Thanks for all you have done and are doing for Scouting.

  48. We have been so proud to be a part of BSA during the INDY season. It has been a nice diversion from an otherwise sad year in BSA leadership.

  49. Thank you for an exciting season and get well soon. We are looking forward to seeing you in the chase again next year.
    Your friends from Troop 54.

  50. Thank for being a fine representative of the Boy Scouts Of America. We are very sorry to hear of the injuries you received in Fontana. We are praying for a speedy and complete recovery for you. We want you back in top form for next season.
    Asst. Scoutmaster and Eagle Scout
    San Francisco Bay Area Council

  51. I am an Eagle scout and. Unit Commissioner for pack. 12 in. Waverly, NY hope you have a speedy. recovery and look forward to. you. racing. next year. Thank you for. what. you do for. scouting.

  52. Justin, thanks so much for doing what you do as an example for all of us. Racing is so dangerous, but exciting. You are a pro! Get well soon!

  53. Justin,
    Thanks for all you do to promote Scouting . . . it is much appreciated. I will pray for a quick and successful recovery. Anxious to see you at Indy . . . which is only seven short months away!

  54. Thanks for representing Scouting’s old fashioned values. We need more of that in this day and age. Hope you recover completely and soon. God bless you! Herb Kengel, Eagle Scout, Troop 118, 1972

  55. Justin best wishes for a speedy recovery. This is one Eagle Scout that was very proud to see the BSA on your car all year.

  56. Justin – Best wishes for a “Speedy” Recovery – We here at Troop 521 in Mechanicsville, Va are keeping you in our thoughts and prayers and know you’ll be back in the saddle in short order!

  57. Thank you for walking the talk, Scouts and all kids never seem to here what you say, but they see what you do, and that makes the difference. Best wishes for a complete and speedy recovery and success in your future endeavors.
    Ray Benjamin, Eagle Scout since 1970

  58. Best wishes on a speedy recovery. Also, many thanks for promoting Boy Scouts in such an obvious and positive manner.

  59. Justin, you are bringing a lot of excitement and inspiration to the future leaders of our country, at a time when we really need them. Thanks for all you do for Scouts. Get well in a hurry. And Good Luck next season! Brian Schadt, Executive Board, Circle Ten Council.

  60. On behalf of the entire Los Angeles Area Council family we send well wishes to our friend Justin Wilson for a speedy and complete recovery. Winners belong in the Winner’s Circle and we will be looking for you there! Dave Meshulam, Eagle 1960
    Chairman and President, Los Angeles Area Council.

  61. Justin,

    Thank you for the graceful way you have represented Scouting. Our prayers are with you in your recovery from your accident. We look forward to you being on the tracts again soon!

  62. I’m a big fan of open wheel racing and Justin Wilson. Please get well soon Justin! Looking forward to seeing you at Indy next year. I’m a bigger fan of Scouting. A big thank you to Dale Coyne Racing and Justin for supporting Scouting and projecting such a positive image for today’s youth! Cheering for both of you to get the Izod Championship next year!

  63. Justin may God bless you I’m sure that the entire scouting community will keep you and your loved one in our prayers. I wish you a speedy recovery and thank you for the example that you have set for our young leaders.

    Your brother in scouting,


  64. “A scout is…brave…” With all you will face in recovery, your bravery will be required. Please accept my best wishes for you. Thank you for standing for something. May you reach the checkered flag of a full recovery.

  65. Justin, thank you for being an ambassador for Scouting. I was blessed with a supportive family that provided me the chance to be an Eagle Scout. You have provided the support and encouragement that other boys need to accomplish many great things through Scouting. It’s now our turn to support you and offer you the encouragement you may need to heal your body and spirit. God’s speed and prayers from a very thankful Scout.
    Rod Oswalt

  66. as a Scouter all my life, and one of 3 generations of Eagles in my family, and as a pit crew member and fabricator and mechanic 40 years ago, i join many many others in hoping your recovery goes as well and speedy as possible . Thank you . . . YIS, Bill Eidson, Atlanta Ga.

  67. Justin, thanks for your support of BSA and all you do to inspire others! Good luck with your recovery and I hope it is quick and you can get back to what you love to do. From an Eagle scout who is excited about your future.

  68. Justin, I do not follow NASCAR closely, but our family has been cheering for the number 19 car since you started. Keep up the great work and show the world how we respond to adversity with grace and courage.
    Jeffrey Brewer, Eagle Scout 1988, Troop 1321, Now in Albany, NY

  69. Justin,
    Your profession takes great timing, skill, and courage; you have demonstrated all of that. Take care of yourself, rest, and allow your body and mind to heal for as long as it takes.

    Scouts around the country are praying for you and pulling for you as you regain your strength and health.

    Best regards,


    T. Michael McAtee, Ed.D
    Eagle Scout, 1959
    Cary, IL. 60013

  70. People like you inspired me to strive to be a role model and example for others to follow. Scouting has always been a big part of my life and now I get to share it with my son as my father did with me. Thanks for keeping the kindling burning and I wish you the speediest of recoveries and luck in next season when you’re back.

    Bill Sherman, Eagle Scout since 1993, Troop 463 Atlanta, Georgia

  71. It’s good to hear that you are on the road to a full recovery – hope you get well soon! Great job this year driving the BSA car, we’re proud to have you represent Scouting.

    Mark A, ’76 Eagle

  72. get well soon. thank you for supporting the BSA. I am a proud eagle scout. the best move i ever made was my scouting experience.

  73. Thanks for holding up the values and great training in the Boy Scouts of America.
    Best wishes for a rapid recovery and on to next year’s competitions.
    Byron Dixon, Eagle Scout

  74. Justin, hope your recovery is as speedy as your #19. Thank you for representing Scouting, especially in this diverse, changing and challenging society we currently live in. I became an Eagle Scout in the early 70’s and know I don’t have to tell you how rewarding those years have been to me. There is a special place in my heart for Scouting. Get well soon and thanks again for all you do.
    T. Patrick Landreth
    Eagle Scout, Troop 32
    Selmer, TN

  75. As an Eagle and VN era veteran….We appreciate your work ethic and what you represent and wish you well in your recovery……’Hope you’re back in the drivers seat for an even better run…next season.

    Ken Widdall

  76. Get well soon Justin. From a scouting family with one eagle and another soon joining the eagle rank we would like to send out our prayers.

  77. May God bless you during your healing time. Thank you for upholding our shared Scouting values in your professional life as well

  78. Justin,
    Congratulations on having such a strong year; you did not need a dramatic finish, but all of us are proud of you and the example you have set for young people everywhere. You make me proud of our Scouting heritage and grateful for all the adults who assist in Scouting.
    I was 14 years old, when I made Eagle and I strongly believe that it made me who I am today. The values of Scouting are the values of success and happiness.
    As a physician and a Scouter, I wish you quick recovery. Work hard on your PT, and let us know if we can help you.
    Paul Jennings, M.D.
    Board Certified Orthopedic Surgeon, 1993
    Eagle Scout, 1969, Order of the Arrow 1970, Troop 273, LaMarque, Texas
    (And thanks to Mr. Kelso, Mr. Payne and all the adult leaders who took time from their busy lives to help me achieve my potential!)

  79. Justin,
    You are an inspiration to the rest of your fellow Scouts. Thank you for your enthusiam for Scouting and may God give you a speedy recovery and the determination and strength to continue with your dreams. May God protect you and bring you back stronger and more healthy than ever, in all your future endevors. Thank you from all of your brothers in Scouting.
    Best Wishes and God’s Richest Blessings,
    Mike Jarratt Eagle and former Scoutmaster Troop 6 Kansas City, KS

  80. Wishing you a seedy recovery and thank you for all you do for Scouting.
    Eagle Scott Scott Sanholm PhD

  81. Get well soon, Justin. Good to hear that you are such a supporter of Scouting. I’m an Eagle scout myself. Thanks and best wishes and prayers.

  82. Justin, thank you for your example of bravery, courage and integrity in your exciting proffession. It is so important for our young scouts to have honorable role models to look up to and pattern their lives after. Scouting has played an important role in my life, and in the lives of my sons and grandsons. We pray that you will recover soon and continue your work as an important ambassador for Scouting around the world.

  83. Hey Justin,
    What a great year you had. Great driving in the BSA Car !!

    Our best wishes go out to you. You be strong and put that strength into a speedy and great recovery. We wish you well and will be looking forward to you having an even better year next season. This was an unfortunate occurrence but you will overcome it.

    Thanks for being such a great representative for the Boy Scouts of America !!


    John Gebhardt, Asst. Scoutmaster, Troop 29, Cetronia (Allentown) PA

  84. Justin,
    As an Eagle Scout (1964 Troop 22 Spartanburg, SC), a retired SCCA road racer (Sam Garrett now with Dallara was one of my early crew members), and an avid Indy car fan, I wish you a speedy and complete recovery. Thanks for all you do for Scouting and for racing. And Thumbs Up for 2014!
    Jim Lockery
    Mount Pleasant, SC

  85. Justin: Wishing you a “speedy” recovery. Thanks for all your support to the Scouting program. GOD BLESS! jIM dALTON

  86. Get well soon Justin! I was in the media center at Road Atlanta this weekend when news of your accident came out. Everyone was really concerned for you.

    As an Eagle Scout and a Professional Scouter I want to thank you for all the wonderful work you have done for the BSA.

    As a member of the racing community I want to thank you for being a perfect example of everything a good racing driver should be!

    Adam Tate
    Santa Fe District, Longhorn Council
    Co-founder, Tribute Racing

  87. As a Eagle Scout who’s a third generation Scouter and the proud father of an Eagle who’s the fourth generation of our family to wear the uniform, I want to wish you a speedy recovery and also thank you for helping to carry the message of Scouting to young people everywhere. It is a great program that fills a continuing need and you are a true hero for exemplifying it’s values for all to see.

    Thanks and best wishes,
    Patrick FitzGerald, CEO
    FitzGerald Associates Architects
    Chicago, Illinois

  88. Justin, I have been to two Indy car races, one in Canada, the other in Monico and you guys are amazing. Feel better and get better! Jim Wech, Eagle, 1966.

  89. Get well soon, Justin. Thanks for your great driving and all your hard work for the BSA! As an Eagle Scout, I appreciate the way you represent Scouting and IndyCar. Best of luck to you in your recovery, and I’ll be watching you closely and rooting for you next season. Your friend in Scouting, Joe

  90. Get well soon. Two of my family are Eagle Scouts, and I was Scoutmaster of a troop for almost 20 fun years, during which time I was awarded Sliver Beaver, took four trips to Philmont, Two trips to Canoe Bases, and four Jamborees. So I can say with fond memories that hard work and persistence will pay off. Best of care in your recovery, and keep up the good work.

  91. Dear Justin,

    While not a racing fan, I do appreciate what you are doing for Scouting. Get well soon. Sincerely Ward C. Swift, Jr, Eagle 1946

  92. Congratulations on the great season, Justin. It is a shame it had to end that way, but we are praying for a succesful recovery and a return for a great year next year.
    Mark Schneider, D.C.
    Eagle Scout 1972
    Great Lakes Advancement Committee

  93. Justin, it is inspiring to have a person such as yourself place your name alongside BSA. Especially in a time when the media looks for ways to harm our program.

    Get well!

    Mike Candebat

  94. Hey Justin get well soon. Thanks for being there for the Boy Scouts. I appreciate your example. Look forward to next year!

  95. Justin: Best wishes for a complete recovery and prompt return to racing. The BSA IndyCar is a great advertisement for scouting and Dale Coyne Racing is lucky to have you as the driver.

  96. TO :Justin wilson

    Remember the Scout oath
    ESPECIALLY to this line:Keep myself physically strong, mentally awake , and morally.

    scout law: Bravery displayed during crash.

    Get well. Hopefully this won’t be the last race of your career , as there are always more opportunities .
    Be cheerful through it all.
    Remember -If it ain’t raining it ain’t training.This injury definitely has been a rain on your parade. But it will train you for future experiences.
    From: A Loyal fan and Eagle scout of Troop 313.

  97. From a grateful Eagle Scout from Tr 242 in Hawaii, get well soon and take pride in your many accomplishments. Thank you for being a role model of the highest caliber to Scouts all over our great nation. God bless you!

  98. Justin,
    Wishing you a full recovery and all the support you need to make a successful return!Take it easy for a little while and get healed up!
    Bob Neisen

  99. From an “old” (1963) Eagle Scout: Justin, my prayers are with you for a fast and complete recovery and return to racing representing the Boy Scouts.
    Bob Schrepel

  100. Justin,
    we enjoyed your company at the Indy 500. You are a remarkable and capable Driver. We remember your finish on that day as well. We pray for your complete recovery. Be safe!

  101. Justin: Thanks for all you do for scouting. You’re a great example of character and dedication. Heal quickly. We’re cheering for you.
    Bill Schlueter
    ASM, BSA Troop 6, Nashville, TN

  102. Justin, Wishing you health and happiness and a speedy recovery! Thanks for all you have done for BSA!
    Brooks Bahr
    Eagle Scout Troop 473 Marietta, Ga.

  103. As an Eagle Scout and a life long Indy Car racing fan, I hope you’re recovery goes quickly and that you can return the track soon! Thanks for the exciting racing over the years and your support for the Boy Scouts.

  104. Justin,
    I hope that your recovery is swift! I want to personally thank you for being an inspiration to so many. Keep up the good work!

  105. Justin, Wishing you a speedy recovery. Thank You for supporting the Boy Scouts of America. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Sincerely Steve Santmyer, (Eagle Scout 1973, Mansfield, Ohio)

  106. Justin,
    Thank you for supporting Boy Scouts of America on the Indy Car circuit. Here’s hoping you have a speedy recovery.

  107. Better days are on your horizon Justin, get better quick so that you can continue to make a positive impact in the lives of others. Thank you for being a good person and a great representative of the Boy Scouts of America

  108. Justin, Thank you for your total support of the Boy Scouts of America! I wish you God Speed in your recovery from the accident!!

    Sincerely, Maj Thomas Higgins II, Eagle Scout with a son, Thomas Higgins III, future Eagle Scout!!

  109. Justin, We are praying for your recovery and thank you for all you do to support and promote the greatest organization in the world! – Cub Scout Pack 3623, Milton, PA

  110. Dear Justin, I’ve been a fan of all forms of motor sports for more than 50 years. I understand the risks that you and your fellow drivers take to bring racing to us fans.

    Thanks for setting a great example for all BSA members and helping to keep the world’s best youth leadership training organization in the public eye.

    Here’s wishing you a rapid recovery and return to racing. Get well soon.

  111. Our prayers go out for you to heal quickly and recover fast! God Bless you and Get Well soon!

  112. Get well, Justin. I saw your crash at Auto Club Speedway (I was at the race). I have also attended your races at Long Beach and Indianapolis. As the Troop Committee Chair for Troop 128 in Rancho Palos Verdes, CA., I always send photos of your car and garage at Gasoline Alley to my troop.

    I look forward to seeing you back in the car next season.

  113. Justin, thank you for representing Scouting and it’s values to the world! I hope you have a complete and speedy recovery, and return to the track real soon. You and your family are in our hearts and prayer!

    Yours in Scouting,

    Tony,Troop 324
    Hurst, Texas

  114. Great seeing you out at the track last weekend. Thanks for the pic.
    Get better fast and hope to see you out there again soon.
    Congratulations on a great season.
    Rusty – Orange County, CA

  115. Hi Justin-
    Know that so many of us fellow scouters are rooting for your swift recovery. Hang in there! God Bless you and your family.

    Silver Beaver
    Becky Wade
    Redwood Empire Council
    Sebastopol, CA
    Troop 27

  116. Justin

    I was at the race Saturday with my 13 year old son. We were really enjoying watching you race in the BSA car. We hope you are better soon. Thank you for your example and dedication to the Boy Scouts. You are an inspiration to all. Best wishes!

  117. Justin:
    You’re the best. You are a credit to Scouting everywhere. Get well soon. Please know that our prayers are with you.
    Council Scouter, Prairielands Council

  118. Our prayers are with you on a speedy recovery.. Troop 44-Clearlake, CA. You are a shining example as to what Scouting is all about. Looking forward to seeing you race soon.

  119. Prayers for a quick healing, Justin! Troop and Crew 100 from Moreno Valley, CA are sending positive energy and good thoughts to you! Thank you for all you have done for scouting, and get well soon!
    The Curtis Family: Don, Laurie, Heather & Derek
    and all the members of Troop and Crew 100

  120. Our thoughts and prayers are with you, Justin, for a speedy, complication free, recovery! Thank you for being such a great representative for the BSA..Godspeed, Justin!
    Troop 636

  121. Thank you for being such a great ambassador for the BSA. Receive our best wishes and prayers for a speedy recovery. Never give up your winning spirit!
    Eagle Scout and Venturer David Hines Troop/Crew 776 Encinitas, CA and Assistant Scoutmaster Beatrice Hines

  122. Hey Justin!

    We will be looking to see you back in Indy this year! We wish you a speedy recovery and a speedy return to the track!

    Best Regards,

  123. May you heal quickly and know that there are many people out there that care about you.
    Aloha from Hawaii,
    Clem and Evelyn Crow

  124. Justin – thank you for all your efforts in promoting not just Scouting, but what Scouting is about. Prayers for a “Speedy” recovery are being offered.
    Ron Elliott – Eagle Scout 1973 and current Scoutmaster Troop 77 – Defiance, Ohio

  125. Our thoughts and prayers are with you, with wishes for a speedy and complete recovery. May you return to the track soon and to the good things you do for racing and for Scouting.

  126. Justin: My dad and brother are huge racing fans, and I caught part of one of your races last month. I was very impressed that Boy Scouts of America would support a racer. I admire your courage and bravery being a race car driver; you are definitely living one of the points of the Scout law. I hope you recover quickly and get well soon. Thank you for being a great role model for all Scouts.

  127. Wishing you well on behalf of Troop 276 in Indianapolis, IN. We all look forward to seeing you back behind the wheel and driving at the Indianapolis 500 this coming May!

  128. Justin, best wishes for your complete recovery. Keep up the great support of Scouting in America. Maybe we will see you at the 2017 National Jamboree at the Summit in West Virginia.

  129. Get well soon Justin. Thank you for your support and commitment to the Scouting values.
    Thanks, Kevin (Eagle, Troop 152, 6/87)

  130. The troop @ 724 would like to wish you well and we pray for your speedy recovery.

    Yours In Scouting,

    Luria Troop 724

  131. Im currently the Troop Committee Chair at Troop 175 here in chilly Peachtree City, Georgia. We have a membership of 75 boys. We wish you a speedy recovery and prayers are with you. We are so greatful for you and all you do for scouting.

  132. Thanks for all you do for scouting. My support and prayers are with you as you recover.
    Gary Gibbs and all the scouts from Troop 2880 in Chesterfield Virginia

  133. Justin, I hope your own engines are up and running shortly. Thank you so much for your support of the BSA. Mother of an Eagle Scout from Troop 204, Lafayette, CA.

  134. Justin, best wishes for your quick and full recovery, and many thanks for your support of scouting.
    BSA Troop 747, Richmond Virginia

  135. Justin,

    From the Scouts of the White Oak River District, East Carolina Council, Kinston, NC, we wish you a speedy recovery. As you know NASCAR and SCOUTING are very big here in the Southeast, and
    your professionalism and example have meant a lot to the furthering the Scouting movement. Godspeed! Yours in Scouting, Jodie F. Moser

  136. Justin, you are in our thoughts and prayers for a speedy recovery. Thanks for all you do for Scouting!

    Randy Davis
    ASM, Troop 421
    Rockwall, TX

  137. Justin,

    Get well soon. Many more checkered flags ahead. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

    Bill Binnig
    ASM – Troop 256
    Flower Mound, TX

  138. Justin, you have our prayers and hopes for a quick and complete recovery. Conestoga District, Cradle of Liberty Council, Troops 375, 512, Packs 240, 403

  139. Justin, we will put you in our daily prayers and wish you a speedy recovery. Thanks for all you do for Scouting. Get well soon and get back to what you like to do, racing. Frank Smith, Powhatan District Advancement and Eagle Board Chairperson, NCAC.

  140. Justin, your entire Scouting family is behind you! Get well soon and congratulations on a great racing season. Troop 702 Highland, MD

  141. With the sun must come a little rain. We (Cerveny family scouters) pray for a speedy recovery. For all you do for scouting, THANK YOU.
    Chief Dan

  142. You’re in my thoughts and prayers during your time of healing. Get well soon and back in the driver’s seat. Best wishes.

  143. The Wishnie Family wishes you the “speediest” of recoveries. Thank you for sharing the scouting spirit.

    John Wishnie
    Advancement Coordinator
    Troop 220
    Exton, PA

  144. Justin,

    Thank you for sharing the scout spirit and I wish you a speedy recovery.
    Don Stockley
    ASM Troop 601
    Webelos Den leader Pack 601

  145. Prayers and good wishes are being sent your way for a speedy recovery.Thanks for all you do for scouting. Jean Lynch Philadelphia Pa

  146. Thank you Justin for being such a wonderful representative of the Scouting Program this year, our family is praying for you as you recover and wishing you a speedy recovery knowing there are so many of us out here who are proud of you and hope you return to the track!

  147. Best of luck on your recovery sir. As Scouts from Indianapolis, we take for granted the impact teams and drivers have worldwide. Thanks for representing Scouting!

  148. We always wish the best for the BSA car but now especially think of you and your family and wish a healthy and speedy recovery. Thank you for representing the BSA, see you in St Pete on March 30!

    Phil Johnson
    Troop 202
    Orlando Florida

  149. Justin. I hope the very best for you as you recover. Keep the scouting spirit in your thought because you know the scouts don’t give up they just get better.

  150. The Day family wants to send you our best wishes in your speedy recovery and we are glad that you are still with us today. We follow motorsports primarily NASCAR and we have seen how the 12 points of the Scout oath cross both paths. All of us in the family are scouts ( 1 eagle scout so far) , mom is also a scout leader, want to thank you for all that you do. God bless

    Mark Day
    Troop 380 Assistant Scoutmaster
    Columbus, Oh

  151. Dear Justin,
    Our Crew 463′ International Relations” , from Washington DC Area, will keeping praying for your fast recovery. You are an inspiration not only for the boys , but for the girls as well. Venturing and High Adventure teams can wait to see you back in the race being a Messenger of our Boy Scouts of America spirit. You inspire us!!!!

    Ivonne Sencebe
    Crew 463 Advisor
    Messenger of Peace
    Send your well wishes to BSA IndyCar driver after his serious crash during race

  152. Prayers for a fast healing Justin. Thank you for all you have done for scouting and hope u get better soon. Just remember has phillippains 4:13 says “you can do all things throught christ who strengthens you.”

    Wesley Robinson
    Eagle Scout / Assistant Scoutmaster
    Arden, West Virginia

  153. Justin, best wishes on a quick and complete recovery from a mother of an Eagle Scout and summer camp staff member of over ten years.

    Sally Byer
    Ransburg Scout Reservation

  154. Thank you for being apart of builting boys into men, and girls into women. The character you display during your recovery teaches these young men and women how to persevere…thank you for that. God Bless You in your recovery.
    Sheila Diuguid
    Committee Chair
    Troop 416
    Gainesville, FL

  155. The Kearney family of Lebanon PA wish you a speedy recovery. Thank you for supporting scouting.

    Mark Kearney scout leader 12 years
    Steven Kearney ( age 24 ) Eagle Scout
    Joey Kearney ( age 16 ) soon to be Eagle OA member

  156. Justin,
    We wish you a complete and speedy recovery. Thanks for being a great Scouting role model for youth everywhere!
    Dave & Will Jackson (father/son both Eagle Scouts)
    Troop 6
    Cincinnati, OH

  157. As an almost 70 year member of the BSA, I wish you a speedy recovery and return to the racing game. Go Boy Scouts of America. Beginning to scale back a little at age 83. Am just a Troop Committee member now. Troop 624, Orwigsburg, PA., Hawk Mountain Council

  158. The Abbey’s are praying for you Justin, may you heal quickly, and feel the support and appreciation of all of us Scouters that are concerned. Thank you for all that you do for Scouting, you are an inspiration for many.

    Chuck, Jenny, Matthew and Christopher Abbey
    SM, ADC, Life and Star.
    Chattahoochee Council, GA.

    • Justin, thank you for the example you are setting for the youth of our nation. I wish you a speedy and successful recovery on behalf of Boy Scout Troop 287, Killeen, TX.

    • Justin,
      We thank you for your support of Scouting and are wishing you a smooth recovery and return to mountain biking, racing, and the things you love.
      The Collins Family
      Ryan Collins – Spirit of the Eagle, 2006
      Chris Collins – Eagle Scout, 2011
      Troop 1
      Saint Helena, CA

    • Wishing you a speedy recovery and appreciate all that you have and will continue to do in support of scouting. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

  159. Wishing you a speedy recovery and return to the racing circuit. Thanks for all you do for Scouting.
    W E Scott
    Brevard County Florida

  160. Best wishes for a speedy recovery! Thanks for being a supporter of Scouts. God Bless!

    The Hutchek Family
    Troop 97 & Pack 504
    Speedway, IN

  161. We wish you a speedy recovery. Thank you for all you do and for helping to make scouting cool.
    Troop 164 Denton, TX

  162. Hope your recovery is swift, and that you’ll be blessed with numerous opportunities to continue strengthening your family and those around you. Thanks for all you’ve already done. Get better soon!

  163. Justin, as an Eagle Scout of Troop 97, Baltimore Maryland, and an aspiring racer, I know you put your life on the line every time you climb into that cockpit.

    You know you’re among the fastest in the world, lets set that record to recoveries too. Get well quick so you can get back to doing what you love.

    -Benjamin Jacobson

  164. Thank you Justin for how you are representing Scouting. You are in the prayers of the Scouts of Heart of Virginia Council.

  165. Best wishes on a speedy recovery! Can’t wait to watch you racing again next year! Thank you for representing BSA in such an honorable manner! You make us proud!
    Troop 4149 Jeffersonville Indiana

  166. As a fellow racer, albeit at much lower speeds (!), I know how it feels to wreck. I join your other friends and fans here and the rest of the extended BSA family in wishing you a swift recovery and return to the racetrack.

    All the best. Ted Zagraniski, Eagle Scout class of ’00

  167. Get well soon Justin. Troop 27 from Ottawa Hills, Ohio is behind you and wishing you all the best!

    Frank (Assistant Scoutmaster) , Harrison (Life soon to be Eagle Scout), Emory (Life Scout) and Teresa Leinweber

  168. Have a full and speedy recovery Justin! We hope to see you on the track soon!
    Kirk Johnson Adult Leader Troop 44 Van Alstyne, Texas

  169. Hello Justin:
    I hope and pray your recovery is fast and uneventful, other than God showing, he is still a miracle worker and you amaze your doctors with your recovery. Great job this year, you represent the scouts well.
    Rev. Richard Yoder
    District & Troop 2007 Chaplain
    Westminster, MD.

  170. Justin, Prayers for you to Heal; Thanks for all you have done for Scouting. A shoutout from Josh Ward and his Troop 123 in Flower Mound, Texas! Take Care of

    Michelle & Josh Ward

  171. Troop 639 Foothill Ranch CA wishes you a speedy recovery. But please keep the speed under 180MPH… For now. Our best. YIS

  172. Our thoughts are with you as you recover. Thank you for being such a positive role model for young people. As a mom of two Eagle scouts I thank you for supporting scouting.

  173. Prayers and thoughts for a speedy and successful recovery from the scouts and leaders of Constellation District, Cradle of Liberty, Valley Forge, PA

  174. Best wishes for a speedy recovery. I am sure your recovery will serve as an example and role model for our scouts on how to overcome adversity.

  175. Justin,
    We appreciate your loyal support of the Boy Scouts of America . We will keep you and your family in our prayers. God bless you. Take care. Lee, Walter, and Enzo Anthony – Troop 41 Brookfield Missouri.

  176. Justin,

    You have made a major difference in promoting scouting through racing. You and your number 19 car have set scouting apart and uplifted the ideals of scouting.

    This comes with lots of get-well thoughts and special wishes, too, that it’s not bery long before you’re feeling good as new.

    If you want to get well fast……’ve got to take it slow!!!

    God Bless,

    Carol and Barry Band Elkins, WV

  177. Troop 911 / Warrenton VA
    As the father of two rising Eagles, we appreciate your contribution to Scouting~
    Drive fast, Drive hard, Live your life to it’s fullest!

  178. Justin, Thank you for all you do to inspire Scouts and promote the values of Scouting. As someone who has broken a pelvis in a car crash myself, I will be praying that you have a smooth and complete recovery. We hope to see you back on the track soon. God be with you!

    Glenn Winter
    Troop 27
    Sylacauga, Alabama

  179. Thanks for all you do to support scouting Justin. Know that the organization and its members keep you in their thoughts and prayers for a complete and speedy recovery.

  180. Wishing you a full recovery. We hope you will be able to race here in Long Beach at the Toyota Grand Prix in the spring!

  181. Thank you for your courageous support of the BSA. Our prayers are with you for a speedy and full recovery.
    Christine – mother of Troop 443 scout

  182. From your friends in the South, Unit 3300 is holding you close in our hearts and minds as you spend time healing. Your support of BSA and love of racing help show the Scouts other things in life they can do outside of the “scouting” teachings. Thank you for your support and we’ll continue to support you while healing and racing.

  183. Justin, Our prayers for a quick recovery so you can get back in the “drivers seat” and continue your outstanding career. Thank you for your involvement in scouting and the example you provide.

  184. Justin:
    Stay strong and I wish you a speedy recovery. Thanks for all you do to promote scouting. God Bless You.
    Jim, Heart of Virginia Council, BSA

  185. Hang in there buddy! Best wishes for a speedy recovery. God’s blessings and thanks for all you have done for Scouting! Doug

  186. Justin, We are praying that you find strength and courage from above and from all the people around you that love you so much (your family, your friends and all your racing and scouting fans). We know as a scout there is nothing you can’t overcome. May God continue to bless you and help you through the healing process. Sending you all our prayers. The Bertes

  187. Hang in there Justin…. Here’s to your quick recovery. No doubt you’ll be as good as new when they are through with you. Nothing a good oil change and little body work can’t fix. Thank you for all the good you do!

  188. Hugs and prayers from us in California. Thinking of you and sending positive vibes for a quick recovery. You have done such a great job this year, racing like the champion you are, and representing BSA. The Burandts, Temecula, CA

  189. We will say a prayer for you, your wife and kids during this stressful time in your lives. We wish you a speedy recovery and are grateful for all you do.

    Denise Keel
    Tampa Housing Authority(RPV)
    Tampa, FL

  190. Justin: Our prayers are with you for fast healing of mind, body and soul. Thank you for shedding a positive light on scouting in its times of adversity and we hope to return the favor in yours. May you remain positive throughout the process as you are a wonderful role model for millions of boys across the country. Be blessed!

  191. Get Well Soon – Your an amazing driver and I would like to invite you to visit our Troop when you feel better. We are a Troop of 100 plus and there’s a lot of love of racing and you in our Troop 911 Northridge. You are the best!!!!!!

  192. Our prayers and well,wishes are with you as you recover. Thank you for representing scouting in a positive way. Get well soon

  193. THANK YOU for representing BSA. Congrats on such a great year, and we hope you have even better success next year.
    Please take the time necessary to fully heal – AND LISTEN TO THE MEDICAL STAFF!!

    Troop 861 & Pack 124 – Whitehall (Columbus), Ohio

  194. Justin thank you for your awesome racing ! and all you do to get scouting in the fore front. Speedy recovery and great healing to you!

  195. Justin! Hope your recovery is as swift as your car. You are an awesome example for all to follow. The scouts and scouters all wish you well.

  196. Sending prayers for you to get better soon Justin! Thank you for representing scouting in such a positive and powerful way.

    Lampe family
    Troop 612, Irvine, CA

  197. Justin –

    Thank you for the great work you do in behalf of Scouting. We wish you the very best of success with a speedy recovery.

    Troop 308, Sacramento, California

  198. Best wishes for a speedy recovery. Thanks for your support of Scouting and what you’ve done to influence our youth for good.

  199. Justin-thank you for representing the BSA. Heal quickly. Looking forward to seeing you in my back at the Brick Yard in May.

    Rod Humphrey
    BSA Troop 120
    Southport, Indiana

  200. Troop 220 of Chino Hills, is praying for your quick recovery. You have been an exceptional role model to scouting and to the young men and women that have crossed your path. Get well and get back out there and do what you do best.
    Ron, Cathy, and Trent Toole
    ASM, CH, Life

  201. Prayers are going out to you, Justin, for strength and healing. Thank you for all you do to encourage kids to be a part of the best organization in the U.S. for teaching all the values that great leaders and responsible citizens live by.

  202. Justin – best wishes for a quick and complete recovery. Thank you for your support of scouting – it is the finest organization for young men that I know of and we support it wholeheartedly as well! Lyle Hill, Troop 506 – Riverside, CA.

  203. Justin – our scouting family wishes you the best and to get well soon. Thanks for representing us so well!

  204. You are in our thoughts and prayers. We ALL wish you a fast recovery. Debbie Everidge, Pack 356 – Fellowship Christian School

  205. Justin, thanks for your dedication to your sport and to Scouting. Our prayers are with you for a full recovery, and a swift return to your pursuits.

  206. Justin,
    Hope you are recovering as fast as you drive! Get well soon and see you back at the track. Best wishes and take care.


  207. Wishing you all the best,and a speedy recovery, Justin!
    Richard M, Scoutmaster, Troop 314, Midway City, California

  208. Justin, we wish you a speedy recovery and our prayers are with you, thank you for all your service in supporting the great morals of scouting. I wish you and your family the very best.

  209. God speed to a quick recovery Justin. As in racing, you know your car goes where the eyes go. Keep your eyes on a full recovery and getting back on the track. God will most certainly be with you. Eric, Scout Dad.

  210. Our prayers are with you for a speedy recovery. Thank you for all you do for scouting. Douglas Criscuolo OC Troop 36

  211. Justin, may your healing process be short and may the Great Physician bring your health back so you continue in your goals for Him.
    Troop 35 Wishes you the best, prays you’ll heal quickly, and your time recouping will be short. Blessings to you as you continue your journey of recovery! Godspeed!
    In Christ’s Healing Presence, Rev. Hal Shafer, First Presbyterian Church of Van Wert, Ohio

  212. Get well soon! And I hope you can get back into the “saddle” soon!
    Michael Morningstar, Troop 907, Valparaiso Indiana

  213. Thank you for all that you have done you are a asset to the Scouting movement. All of our thoughts and prayers are with you for a full and speedy recovery!

  214. We hope your recovery is quick and you’re back to 100% as soon as possible! Our thoughts are with you.
    –Boy Scout Troop 325
    Northumberland, PA

  215. Hello Justin– The team from Crew 42 in San Diego, CA, sent me this link in order to wish you a speedy recovery. We’re all pulling for you and know that you will be back in action real soon. Bill

  216. Hello Justin – I am a Asst. Scoutmaster with twin boys in scouting and an SCCA safety official with National level Pit Marshal credentials and understand some of what you go thru from working pit lane at Mid Ohio Sports Car Course – you have our best wishes and hopes for a great & fast recovery. Jim Strapp

  217. Justin,
    I hope your recovery time is short and painless. I appreciate you driving a car with Boy Scouts of America printed on it. My son is nearing Eagle Scout. It is a true dedication to do what you do. Keep the faith, man! You will be back in the drivers seat in no time!
    Jeffrey Hall


  219. Get well Justin Thank you for representing the Boy Scouts of America

    Pat Reid and the scouts of troop 9 Potomac council
    Cumberland Md

  220. Aloha Justin and Mahalo Plenty for Representing the BSA! We pray and ask for your speedy recovery so you can return to your racing which you enjoy. Take care and Aloha Ke Akua, with alot of Love, Troop 623, La puente, Ca.

  221. Get well and speedy recovery Justin.
    Neresa Severn and the scouts of Troop 978 Joppatowne, MD of Baltimore Area Council-220
    Harford District

    • Justin, So sorry to hear about your accident! We wish you a quick recovery! You’ve been a huge inspiration to myself and my son Owen who is a Webelos and a Justin Wilson fan! We want to see you back out there in BSA Car #19 in 2014! You are a wonderful inspiration to all Scouters!! YIS, Stacey

  222. Justin, just as you represented us in racing, we now represent part of your “fan Base”, in wishing you a speedy and peaceful recovery. Prayers on the way.

  223. Thank you for all the support you have givin the Boy Scouts . Get well and know that troop 311 out of Venice Florida is praying for your speedy recovery .
    Sincerely ,
    Jonny Dreier

  224. Justin thanks for all you do for scouting! Best wishes for a full an speedy recovery.
    Charles W. Stopp Troop 66 Slatington Pa. Committee member.

  225. I hope that your recovery goes quickly and well. As an assistant scoutmaster and father of two Eagles I want you to know that your efforts to advance scouting are very much appreciated here.

  226. Best wishes for a speedy recovery and a rapid return to track. We thank you for your strong support of BSA and all that it stands for.

  227. Justin,
    The BSA of the USA and the world wish you a good recovery.

    Ron Collier
    Committee Chair of Troop 87, Santa Maria, California

  228. We’re pulling for you, Justin! You are in our thoughts and prayers. Tom, Chris & Noah Begines, Troop 447, Rockville, Maryland

  229. Justin, get well soon. You’re in our thoughts and prayers as you recover. Thanks for your support of scouts. I’m an Eagle with 324 in San Diego and I tell every boy I can that they can attain this as well.
    John P. Cooney

  230. Take care and know that our prayers are with you. Stay strong……..the world is a better place because of people like you.

  231. Justin,
    Wishing you all the best for a speedy and complete recovery. Your commitment to youth through BSA is a testament to your character… and we know that strength will help to pull you through.
    Bryan Gunner
    Troop 748 Carlsbad, CA.
    High Adventure

  232. Justin, thanks for being a champion for and of the Boy Scouts. Here’s wishing you a complete and speedy recovery.

  233. May the grace of God sustain you during this moment of down time, may our prayers lift you up and strengthen you as you walk the path of recovery. For God is an awesome God and you will mount up once again on your wings as an Eagle. From BSA Pack/Troop # 787, we send well wishes and speedy prayers of recovery to you Justin. God Bless you and your family during this time. Fellow Scout Leader and Scouts.

  234. Justin, our prayers are with you for a full and speedy recovery. Thank you so much for all you do for Scouting! You are an inspiration to us all.

  235. Justin,
    Looking forward to seeing you back in the hunt.
    Best of luck and a speedy recovery.
    John Wrobel, Eagle Scout 1969

  236. We are sorry for your injury and hope you recover much faster than expected. You are in our prayers. To future races!

  237. Justin, sending prayers for your quick and thorough recovery. It is such a rarity to find positive role models for our youth. Thank you for being the exception.

  238. Heal quickly and keep up the great work you began. Remember a lot of folks are watching your recovery and success. Thanks for supporting us. Blessings!

  239. in behave of the California inland empire counsel troop #185 we pray and wish you get well, thank you for your example to all of us as a boy scout.that GOD may be with you at all times.

  240. Don’t know you as a scouter nor a driver,but it is really great to hear about the things you for scouting.Heal quick my brother and keep up the good work

  241. Dear Justin,

    I’m sorry to hear of your accident and I’m praying for your speedy recovery. I want to personally thank-you for all you do for BSA and for representing us on the race tracks. Just know you are greatly loved and appreciated!!! Be Encouraged and get well soon!!!

    Robert D. Fleming Sr.
    Scout Master of Troop 413

  242. All of us at Troop 931 are proud of you and wish you well…
    Looking forward to seeing you here again on the Left Coast.

    God Bless You and Your Family,

    Paul Stephens
    MC, T931

  243. Justin,
    Thanks for racing hard and spending so much time helping out the Boy Scouts. No matter where you go from here, you will encounter thousands of youth that you have inspired to pursue their dreams while serving their community and respecting the outdoors. Now its their turn to help you keep those spirits up and get well soon.

  244. Hi Justin,
    My son and I, Nick (12 years old, and both in Scouting for 6 years), wish you a full recovery.
    We have been racing fans for years, and I’ve used a comparison about how you “pour out every last drop that you have”, when you are heading into the finish.
    I have been using that a lot this year, Because it’s his first year of Pop Warner Football. He is the youngest and smallest kid on his team. It’s the hardest thing he’s ever done.
    True character shines through in times of pain, hurt, and disappointment, and ultimately giving it every thing you have.
    I will make sure that when you come back to Fontana, Nick and I will get tickets, so that he can feel the raw power and work ethic that it takes to pursue your dreams.
    We will see you at that Autograph session!
    God’s speed Justin,
    Nick and Richard Peck.

  245. Justin, best wishes in your recovery. Thanks for the bright light of your excellence – and for shining that light on Scouting.

  246. Justin how you respond to this will determine your destiny. Embrace the foundation of scouting. Scouting offers ideals that can assist you, from the Scout Law bravery, bravery is not just staring down a bear. Bravery is overcoming adversity, looking fear in the face and saying not today. Bravery is best served with reverence. The only way I have found to effectively deal with adversity or fear is through faith, know that you can. From National Youth Leadership Training: How do you eat an elephant? One bite at a time. Don’t focus on eating the “elephant” focus on each bite. At the end of the day that is the message that scouting has for it’s community. YOU CAN!

  247. Justin. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. We pray for a speedy recovery. Thank you for your support and dedication to the BSA and for your inspiration and dedication to this organization and all the boys that are a part of it. You touch many lives and as a parent of a Boyscout I appreciate all you do. Hope you feel better and heal real fast. God bless you and all that you do. Speedy recovery from the Tilford family. Scout member of Troop 622 in Turbotville Pa.

  248. Justin: Scouting builds resiliency. We’ll be seeing you back on the track soon. Your efforts for Scouting are muchappreciated.

  249. God bless you. You have given so much to so many, now it is your time to receive. May God guide all those helping you in your recovery. He is the great physician. Physicians help… God heals. Peace be with you as you rest and heal.
    Yours in Scouting,
    Dr. BJ. Sidari

  250. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and the team for a quick and full recovery! Looking forward to the next race.

  251. Justin … Here’s wishing you well, hope your back on track soon … we’ll be watching for you. Rest up in the off season …. Fly Like an EAGLE. Leader..Boy Scout Troop 152… West Point PA. HJW

  252. Justin
    May God bless you and guide your full recovery from these recent injuries. Thank you for all you do in the name of scouting.

  253. Justin,
    We wish you a speedy recovery and thank you for all of your efforts in representing the Boy Scouts of America.

    Stephen and Matthew Rittner, Troop 915, Westchester, CA

    • Justin,
      Thank you for your service to the Boy Scouts of America. As an Eagle Scout it is encouraging to see others spreading the values of Scouting. I am sorry to hear about your accident and wish you the best in your time of recovery. My prayers are with you.

  254. Thank you Justin, for all you have done for The Boy Scouts of America, and for all you are going to do! Get well soon! You are in our thoughts and prayers. From Troop 700 Ashland, VA.

  255. Thank you, Justin, for having the courage to stand for what is good in representing the Scouts. May God be your strength and song in this challenging time and speed you on to full recovery. It’s hard to slow down (especially when you’re used to the fast lane), but take this time to reflect on your blessings and know that many Scouts are standing with you in prayer that you come out better and more confident in your faith. Praying you do not let fear consume you, nor let depression win! With God, all things are possible. Enjoy the rest.
    Blessings, Melody & Seth Troop 16, Columbus, OH

  256. Justin,
    You are in our prayers for a speedy recovery. Hope to see you racing around the track again soon.

  257. Thanks for being a great role model and your involvement in Boy Scouts of America. I hope and pray for your speedy recovery.

  258. Troop 4063 of Windham Ohio wishes you a speedy recovery, and thanks you for all you do for scouting!

    On behalf of our ENORMOUS 5 scout troop,
    Scoutmaster Tim

  259. As a scout leader for several years I am always taken back by the time people such as yourself give to our boys, the future of America. Stay strong and know you are in our prayers and wishes.

  260. I thank you representing our boys in such a good light and giving them another role model to look to. Unfortunately a tough thing for our boys is the concept that, how we handle adversity shows our true character. I know this injury really sucks, as does the incapication while you heal. My prayers are with you during this time of adversity. May it strengthen your character and not harden your heart. Best wishes for a full recovery.
    A Scout Mom

  261. Get well soon Justin! Sorry to hear about the crash I missed watching the race but have been a fan of racing since I was 5 years old so I know how horrible these wrecks can be. I am also an Eagle Scout and am very thankful for all you do to promote the Boy Scouts of America. It is truly a great program that helps boys become true men. You are a true hero to Boy Scouts every where, so on behalf of the scout troop I teach get well and get back in that car next year and win a championship!!!! Good luck man and thanks again for all you do!

  262. Justin……on behalf of Troop and Crew 468 in largo Florida……here is hoping for a complete recovery. Thank you for all you do.

  263. On behalf of everyone in the Marin Council Boy Scout organization, we hope you recover to the best health possible and continue to race for years to come.

    -Joey Rempe
    Life Scout
    Troop 73 Novato, CA

  264. Justin,
    Good season, and get will soon for a great season next year!
    You are one of the hopes and inspirations for the STEM program.
    Have a quick and speedy recovery,
    D Hunt Supernova Mentor Chief Seattle Council (Foothills)

  265. Justin,
    Good work this season, and we are looking for next year.
    Quick and Speedy recovery for you.
    You are an inspiration for us with BSA and helping with the STEM program.
    All the Best
    D Hunt Chief Seattle Council Supernova Mentor (Foothills)

  266. hey justin i heard about your crash in california… i am sorry about the crash. sincerely ethan nichols troop 227.cincinnatti,ohio.

  267. Justin,
    I’ve been a fan of IndyCar racing my whole life and you’ve always been a favorite driver. I remember watching on TV when you got DCR’s win at Watkins Glen. I also remember Texas last year. I watched your victory at the Rolex 24 as it happened, I was saddened to see that you were injured. I hope for a speedy recovery, and I’ll be rooting for you at Mid Ohio louder than I ever have

    Cameron L. Taylor
    SPL Troop 235, Bay Village, Ohio

  268. Justin: Sorry to see your crash at Fontana. I’m thankful that you are out of the hospital and doing OK. I’ve had hip surgery, so I can sympathize somewhat with your healing regimen. I hope to see you back driving next year.
    Doug Reece, ASM Troop 613 Orlando, FL
    …road racing fan
    …cycling enthusiast

  269. Justin:

    From the scouts of Troop 444 in China Spring, Texas, we wish you a speedy recovery! We hope you can return to racing soon!

  270. Justin,
    Thank you for representing the BSA. Troop 1338 of Ackley and Wellsburg wish you a SPEEDY recovery so you can inspire more young men.
    Darlene Lutterman, Scoutmaster

  271. Justin
    Best wishes for a speedy recovery from cub scout pack 312 in Evansville, IN. I personally hope to see back in the car next May in Indy.

  272. Justin, I have been a fan of yours since you came to the US several years ago. You have great car control and are one of the most skilled drivers on the circuit. Personally, I hoped to see you make the jump to F-1, but for now, we pary for your complete recovery and future success. Heal quickly and heal well, we/re all anxious to see you back in the drivers seat! Best Wishes and God Speed! Dr. Rick Stevens and Scouts of the Meadows Stake (Multiple Scout Troops, Varsity, and Venture Scouts) The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.

  273. Hope to you, Justin, for a speedy recovery and God bless you for the things you provide throughout you life’s journey. The Pyles’ Family, Milton, KY Pack 144

  274. Justin, our thoughts and prayers are with you in your recovery. It’s inspiring to all the scouts the way you represent them in such a public venue. Now, more than ever, the scouts need that inspiration to stay with it and understand the positive impact that scouting can have on their lives. Thank you. Troop 221, Catlin, IL

  275. Thanks for a great representation of scouting. Hope you are back out again soon
    MJB (SM) – Troop 140 , Sweetwater, Texas

  276. Thanks for your support of Scouting. I have been a Scout/Scouter for 56 years. The best character developing organization that there is. God’s speed and get well soon.

  277. The angels protected your life, the doctors will repair your body, our prayers to God are that you have a strong and solid recovery.
    Crew 2020
    Pinnacle Sea Scout Ship 2020

  278. On behalf of all the Scouts in Troop 488 of Vacaville Ca, we pray for your speedy recovery. My son, Kevin, got the chance to sit in your race car after you raced at Infineon Raceway just down the road from us. It was a very memorable experience, and we appreciate everything you are doing for Scouting!

  279. Troop 607 Poway CA. wants to thank you so much for your humbleness to help out the boy scouts of america and wish you all the best

  280. From the Scouts of Troop 77, Twentynine Palms, CA. Get Well Soon. Examples who strive to excel and overcome challenges are extremely valuable to our youth. Look forward to seeing you back on the track.

  281. I have one Boyscout in troop 101 in Pomona and one Cubscout in pack 101 Pomona. Thank you for standing in the gap for scouts. Blessing you with great healing to continue doing great things for scouting.

    Thank you

    Shelley Quinones

  282. God Bless you and speedy recovery Justin. Thanks for all you do for the kids in Scouting.–Troop 367 & Crew 2367, Hoover, AL

  283. Justin, get well soon! We all appreciate what you do and how you represent scouting! You show the boys that anything is possible if you strive for it. Hope to see you back on the track soon! Number 19 all the way!

  284. Justin, Stay Scout Strong and get well soon. Our prayers are with you! From the Schlereth Family, Woodbridge , VA.

  285. Justin, Stay Scout Strong and get well soon. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family!! From the Morey Family, Lakewood, CA.

  286. I am so sorry to hear about the crash. Get well soon and continue to achieve greatness in your racing career. You are a role-model and exceptional representation of exactly what a boy scout should strive to become in life.

  287. Justin, Wishing you a speedy recovery and letting you know you are in our thoughts and prayers. We appreciate your efforts to spread the word about the values of Scouting and your inspiration to always Do Your Best!
    Joe Wright
    Assistant Scoutmaster
    Troop 67
    Louisville, KY

  288. Best wishes Justin!
    We look forward to another great season next year. See you at Indy and Texas.
    Pack 110, Lewisville, TX

  289. Justin,

    Had a blast watching you race at the Baltimore Grand Prix. Sorry to hear about the wreck. Hope you enjoy a speedy, and “cheerful” recovery.

  290. Get well soon…and then think about an activity that is more conservation-minded. Any Scout should be able to show you the Outdoor Code, and I can’t think of one way that racing engines meet any of it.

  291. We are keeping you in our prayers for a speedy recovery. I enjoyed watching your racing this year and hope to see you racing soon in the future.

  292. Justin, your dedication, your willingness to stand besides all Boy Scouts of America and your support is invaluable. we pray and continue to pray for a speedy recovery. God Bless for what you do to inspire us.
    Chon Cervantes, Unit Commissioner
    Troop 219 of Whittier, California

  293. The Farina Family
    Bridgewater, NJ father and son Eagle scouts wish you a speedy recovery.
    Thank you for the unconditional support you provide.

  294. Justin: It was a pleasure meeting you and your brother at your race in Baltimore, MD. You were very competitive and the race was exciting to watch. I just recently heard about your accident. I wish you well and continued success. I look forward to following your career. Best regards, Paul R. Kramer