The American Lung Assocation of the Upper Midwest just released survey results that say that drivers want E85. Some findings from the study include: Nearly all respondents in all regions expressed strong interest in purchasing a vehicle that could use E85. More than 80 percent strongly or somewhat preferred an E85-capable flexible fuel vehicle recognized as a Clean Air Choice. …
The 2004 Indy 500 winner is the third Rahal-Letterman team driver. He’s Buddy Rice and he addressed the Ethanol Summit yesterday.
The Ethanol Car crew is hard at work doing that last minute tweaking.
It’s Miller Lite Carb Day at the track. For an hour this morning all the cars in the race Sunday got to put in some laps.
Have you ever wondered where you fill up a race car in Indianapolis? Just like you do. Well, not during the race.
The Ethanol Car driver, Jeff Simmons, faced the press this morning early.
The co-owner of Rahal-Letterman Racing is Bobby Rahal. He’s pictured here addressing yesterday’s Ethanol Summit.
She’s featured in USA Today’s Speed Weekend and also on the Friday cover. She’s Danica Patrick and she’s hoping to improve on her 4th place finish here last year.
The first press conference of the day on Friday was with Bobby Rahal (r) and his drivers, Jeff Simmons (l), Danica Patrick and Bobby Rice.
While we’re on the subject of new ethanol facilities how about American Ethanol? According to their website they’re planning to build and build and build . . .