American Le Mans switches to E10

By | March 27, 2007
For the first time in history, the American Le Mans Series (ALMS) decided to make E10 its official fuel during the 2007 racing season, in partnership with the Ethanol Promotion & Information Council (EPIC). It is the first time ethanol-blended fuel has been used in a 12-hour endurance race. E10 won't cause damage to race engines due to extensive application and performance testing, according to EPIC Executive Director Tom Slunecka. The series began in March. For a complete schedule, visit www.americanlemans.com.