An ethanol-powered aerobatic plane caught the eye of the media over the weekend.
When aerobatic pilot Greg Poe thinks about going green he thinks about his red MX2 aircraft.
It’s a high performance airplane fueled by ethanol.
Poe brought his MX2 to Florida for the Sun ‘n Fun Fly-In in Lakeland, where the Ledger did a feature on the ethanol-powered plane.
Poe, the pilot for the only ethanol-powered aerobatic plane at the Sun ‘n Fun Fly-In, said ethanol produces fewer harmful emissions and has a cooler-running engine than a gasoline-fueled plane.
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