Fueling at NASCAR–How do they get the can filled they use to fill the cars with during the race

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www.apibestinclass.com Here at race day in Phx AZ you can see how each team fills the gas cans used in the race… Note each personal is in a fire suite. Safty First..
Sunoco’s Green E15 is a 15% ethanol blend, comprised of ethanol made from American-grown corn, allowing the NASCAR race carsand trucks to not only release less harmful gases into the environment but also eases the reliance on “foreign oil”. This new E15 will be used in NASCAR’s Sprint Cup Series, the Nationwide Series, and the Camping World Truck Series and Sunoco promises that this “greener” gas will provide the same high performance, high speed racing as the 98 octane Sunoco 260 GTX unleaded gasoline that it is replacing — essentially changing nothing but the dependence on foreign oil for racing.
National Corn Growers Association Becomes Official Partner Of NASCAR: As the 2011 NASCAR season launches with a new, greener fuel, the nation’s corn growers are joining forces with NASCAR to promote the use of corn-based American Ethanol. As an Official Partner of NASCAR, the National Corn Growers Association (NCGA) will leverage their relationship to authentically spread the message to NASCAR fans around the role American Farmers play in the development of American Ethanol. As the 2011 NASCAR season launches with a new, greener fuel, the nation’s corn growers are joining forces with NASCAR to promote the use of corn-based American Ethanol. As an Official Partner of NASCAR, the National Corn Growers Association (NCGA) will leverage their relationship to authentically spread the message to NASCAR fans around the role American Farmers play in the development of American Ethanol. In December 2010, NASCAR unveiled its landmark partnership with American Ethanol just weeks after announcing a 2011 switch in its three major national series to Sunoco Green E15, a new 15-percent ethanol blend fuel made with corn grown in the United States. Growth Energy, a leading ethanol advocacy organization, created the American Ethanol partnership to push for broad acceptance of a renewable domestic fuel for all American motorists.(NASCAR)(2-4-2011)