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American Ethanol is Powering NASCAR®

American agriculture’s landmark partnership with NASCAR® is much more meaningful than any typical sports sponsorship. We have a shared passion for high performance, a stronger America and a cleaner environment.
 
Led by Growth Energy, more than 100 different entities – from farmers and state corn growing boards, such as Iowa Corn, to ethanol producers and biotech companies (click here for a list of all partners) – are working with NASCAR to introduce a cleaner-burning fuel to America. E15 fuels like Sunoco Green E15, which is unleaded gasoline blended with 15% ethanol, will support jobs in America’s heartland.
 
The transition partnership with American Ethanol takes NASCAR’s environmental commitment to the next level. American Ethanol, a renewable source of cleaner burning energy from the bounty of America’s farmers, helps create new green jobs and a renewed sense of pride for the American worker, while helping to achieve greater energy security for our country.
 
Since the 2011 season, American Ethanol has been an integral partner in NASCAR green efforts, linking millions of American farmers with the sport of NASCAR.
 
 

Cool Stats about the 2013 Season:

  • The American Ethanol Green Flag has dropped more than 350 times during live race action-this means that nearly 4 million fans have seen the flag live at the track, and countless more on television.
  • The American Ethanol fuel port is on each and every racecar and truck entered into the top three series every week. This placement guarantees the brand's presence in live shots, on pit road and Victory Lane and off the track as well.
  • Austin Dillon made history as the first driver to win a NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race on dirt on July 25th. 
Click here to learn more about American Ethanol.

 

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