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Get Your Motor Running

WITH SCOUTING VIRTUALLY everywhere during this

centennial year, you’ll also have an opportunity to see it on the racetracks of America thanks to the launch of a marketing program called BSA Motorsports. This spring and summer, check out the No. 19

IndyCar roaring to victory (we hope!), in the Izod IndyCar series all around the world, including the world-famed Indianapolis 500 on May 30. The Scout car is driven and maintained by Dale

Coyne Racing based in Plainfield, Ill., the team that has developed drivers such as Paul Tracy and Roberto Moreno. “Racing is a modern-day way to connect with

youths and to further Scouting’s dedication to expanding tomorrow’s leaders through education, math, science, and engineering,” says Chief Scout Executive Robert Mazzuca. Coyne, a former Scout with the Rainbow Council in

Joliet, Ill., believes the Scout car will reap large payoffs that go beyond winning and losing as Scouts learn and apply the disciplines of science and technology using the excitement of racing.

“The message we’ll convey is the significance of

education and the value of preparing for a rapidly advancing high-tech world,” Coyne says. You can see the car in races televised nationally

on Versus or ABC. Or see it in person at one of 13 remaining stops on its schedule, including 10 in the United States, two in Canada, and one in Japan.

UPCOMING RACE DATES IN THE U.S.:

MAY 1

KANSAS SPEEDWAY, KANSAS CITY, KAN.

MAY 30 JUNE 5

INDIANAPOLIS MOTOR SPEEDWAY, INDIANAPOLIS, IND. TEXAS MOTOR SPEEDWAY, FORT WORTH, TEX

JUNE 20 IOWA SPEEDWAY, NEWTON, IOWA JULY 4 WATKINS GLEN INTERNATIONAL, WATKINS GLEN, N.Y. AUG. 8 MID-OHIO SPORTS CAR COURSE, LEXINGTON, OHIO AUG. 22 INFINEON RACEWAY, SONOMA VALLEY, CALIF. AUG. 28 CHICAGOLAND SPEEDWAY, JOLIET, ILL. SEPT. 4 KENTUCKY SPEEDWAY, SPARTA, KY. OCT. 2 HOMESTEAD-MIAMI SPEEDWAY, HOMESTEAD, FLA.

LEADERS’ DIGEST

Here’s a book you can tote along on the next camp-out, if you need to say something memorable around the campfire. The Scouter’s Companion:

Tips and Stories Celebrating 100 Years (Gibbs Smith, $9.99) crams its

144 pages with wisdom for young and old alike.

The Scouter’s Companion captures the essence of the Boy Scouts

through songs, stories, quotes, and poems from dozens of famous names. You’ll want to ponder its contents again and again. Look for it soon at scoutstuff.org.

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