NASCAR has proven that ethanol is a high-performance fuel that can hold up under the most demanding of circumstances. In fact, the NASCAR series have now driven more than 2 million miles on Sunoco Green E-15, a racing fuel made from corn grown right here in the United States. The Illinois Corn Marketing Board is invested in American Ethanol with NASCAR.
Take a look at every NASCAR car and truck that races and you’ll see the “American Ethanol” green circle around the fuel port on the back left panel of each vehicle. In a unique promotion, American Ethanol is featured on all the cars and trucks in NASCAR’s three seasons, bringing ethanol awareness to NASCAR’s more than 60 million fans.
The basic message is, “If ethanol’s good enough for NASCAR, it ought to be good enough for your car.”
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