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Scott Lagasse Jr
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SCOTT LAGASSE JR. AND ALERT TODAY FLORIDA IN HOMESTEAD FOR NASCAR RACE

TeamSLR, Scott Lagasse Jr and Richard Childress Racing (RCR) had every step well planned and choreographed to deliver great results on and off the track for partners ALERT TODAY FL and BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA this past weekend in the NASCAR Nationwide FORD ECOBOOST 300 in Homestead FL. Beginning with a terrific “Drive A Scout to School” program on Thursday morning where Cub Scout Caleb Sowinski had the ride of a lifetime (Click Here for Video ) and the weekend was off to a great start.

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Scott Lagasse Jr. Joins Richard Childress Racing for Homestead-Miami Speedway Nationwide Season Finale

Welcome, NC (October 30, 2014)Richard Childress Racing will have Scott Lagasse, Jr.  driving the No. 33 Alert Today Florida/Boy Scouts of America Chevrolet Camaro in the NASCAR Nationwide Series season finale at Homestead-Miami 300 on Saturday, November 15 with  Nick Harrison as crew chief.

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LAGASSE JR DRIVES ALERT TODAY ALIVE TOMORROW MESSAGE HOME AT VOLUSIA SPEEDWAY PARK

Scott Lagasse Jr. and TeamSLR fans were not disappointed on Saturday night. Fans were hoping for a great evening of racing and they got their money’s worth when the Late Model Feature Race took to the track. The night started on a great note for TeamSLR, as Scott Lagasse and Lightning in afternoon practice
Jr., driving “Lightning”, the Boy Scouts of America Built Race Car, took the lead early in the heat race to capture the 8-lap Heat Race in his Alert Today Florida, BugOut Service, Pinch A Penny Pools Camaro.

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Daytona Rain Challenges Lagasse in Friday’s Subway Firecracker 250

Scott Lagasse Jr. returned to Daytona International Speedway this weekend to compete in Friday’s Subway Firecracker 250.

Sporting the Alert Today Alive Tomorrow and Boy Scouts of America (BSA) insignia on his No. 29 car, Lagasse Jr. participated in the weekend’s only scheduled practice session on Thursday, posting speeds fast enough for the 14th position.

Though the skies were gray and the forecast less than desirable on Friday, the Nationwide Series cars took to the track for qualifying. Several minutes into round one, a handful of drivers hit a sudden wall of rain sending them spiraling down the backstretch. Lagasse Jr., close behind, was unable to avoid the out of control cars and made contact, terminally damaging his Alert Today Alive Tomorrow racecar.

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