Nebraska Corn Grower at Kansas Speedway Promoting Ethanol

The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series made a stop at the Kansas Speedway Saturday night for the Go Bowling 400. National Corn Growers Association board member John Holzfaster said its not only a win for NASCAR to have the use of ethanol its a win for the American farmer…

 

 

The use of the Fan Zone is a fast way to get the ethanol story out…

 

 

This race gives them the opportunity to put the face behind the start of ethanol…

 

Holzfaster said he uses opportunities like NASCAR to show the important component to having a viable market for the American corn grower…

 

 

Just 6 short years ago NASCAR made the decision to go NASCAR Green…

 

 

Another advantage of the switch to ethanol almost 10 million track miles ago is the cleaner air breathed by the drivers, pit crew and fans…

 

 

Surpassing the 10 million race mark means that if its good enough for NASCAR its good enough for your car…

 

 

Holzfaster said from 5 miles an hour planting the seed to 200 miles an hour on the track and that helps to spread the word about ethanol to fans…

 

 

NASCAR uses Sunoco Green E15 – a 15 percent ethanol blend bio-fuel,reducing greenhouse emissions by 20 percent while increasing horsepower.