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DETROIT - Corvette Racing will be powered by E85 ethanol, a high-octane, renewable alternative fuel, in the 2008 American Le Mans Series. As part of the series' "green racing" initiative, the most successful team in ALMS history will use a blend of 85 percent ethanol and 15 percent gasoline in the demanding arena of endurance road racing. ...

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Chevy is really going all out with this Green campaign. Maybe in the next few years we will see electric cars at the Le Mans.
 

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Maybe I will be able to buy E85 around here eventually
 

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looks like the corn feilds of the U.S. will once again fuel our country.. :D
 

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Yes....Two pace cars....OK, three, because the showrooms will have a coupe and convertible edition for the first time this year. Inceidentally, this car is somewhat designed after the famous 1978 Pace Car

*E85 car NOT AVAILABLE FOR SALE*










The live webcast was awesome!!! I saw it live !
 

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It would be nice if they started looking more at Hydrogen then
useing what a lot, a lot of people eat and drive up the prices
of that food souce. Supply and demand you know.
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Sorry thought it was corn

My bad :D :rotflmao:
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It would be nice if they started looking more at Hydrogen then
useing what a lot, a lot of people eat and drive up the prices
of that food souce. Supply and demand you know.
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They are looking into Hydrogen....In fact, somewhere on the GM site you can sign up to TEST an Chevy Equinox running on hydrogen.....ONLY in selected area's of the USA....

Here's the link - look in the lower right corner.

http://www.chevrolet.com/fuelcell/
 

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Most people don't eat maize.
Actually, the term "Maize" covers all corn of which there are two main types; sweet corn and field corn.

Sweet corn would be your canned corn and corn on the cob.

Field corn, more specifically dent corn, is the corn used in E85. Dent corn is also used to make corn syrup, corn starch, corn meal, corn flour, hominy, etc.
 
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