Is Ethanol Fuel Making Indy 500 Cars ‘Greener’? Fuel Chemist Touts Cleaner … – International Business Times

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International Business Times
Is Ethanol Fuel Making Indy 500 Cars 'Greener'? Fuel Chemist Touts Cleaner
International Business Times
The race cars in the Indianapolis 500 first started using ethanol blends in 2006, with a fuel that contained 10 percent ethanol. Previously, the cars ran on pure methanol, a natural gas derivative that is less likely to burst into flames than regular
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