Ethanol Car Runs Strong in Iowa

Chuck Zimmerman

Iowa Corn Indy 250This year’s Iowa Corn Indy 250 is over and as usual, ethanol won. Actually, Dan Wheldon, Target Chip Ganassi Racing won the race. You can see plenty of victory lane pictures in my photo album.

However, I was rooting for Team Ethanol. They ran as high as 3rd place but according to driver, Ryan Hunter-Reay, they lost a gamble on fuel strategy. He ran a strong race all day and really wanted to finish on the podium in front of so many fans of ethanol but it wasn’t to be. He finished 8th though and maybe he’ll get some breaks to go his way next time.

I’m out of here and heading home before getting on the road again tomorrow for the “Transition To a Bio Economy” conference in Berkeley, CA. See you from there.

Don’t forget to check out my photo album from all the activities of the past few days.

Iowa Corn Indy 250 Photo Album

Corn, EPIC, Ethanol

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  1. I only found this blog a week ago and have been thoroughly impressed – it looks like you had a good time at the Corn Indy 250! I’m really interested to hear what you learn at the “Transition to a Bio Economy” conference – that’s a topic that should interest quite a few people.

  2. I only found this blog a week ago and have been thoroughly impressed – it looks like you had a good time at the Corn Indy 250! I’m really interested to hear what you learn at the “Transition to a Bio Economy” conference – that’s a topic that should interest quite a few people.

  3. I only found this blog a week ago and have been thoroughly impressed – it looks like you had a good time at the Corn Indy 250! I’m really interested to hear what you learn at the “Transition to a Bio Economy” conference – that’s a topic that should interest quite a few people.

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    Thanks for your comment. I’m also interested to see what comes out of the conference I’m heading out to. It’s on a timely topic and I’m wondering what kind of perspective and information we’ll get.

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    Thanks for your comment. I’m also interested to see what comes out of the conference I’m heading out to. It’s on a timely topic and I’m wondering what kind of perspective and information we’ll get.

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    Thanks for your comment. I’m also interested to see what comes out of the conference I’m heading out to. It’s on a timely topic and I’m wondering what kind of perspective and information we’ll get.

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