Energy production is being brought back home – Indy News

IndyCars has been experimenting with fuel since 1965, so it is not surprising that that tradition will continue into 2022.

While “green energy” is not something exciting for most conservatives to hear – perhaps the concept of advanced biofuels as a “power security, military flexibility, economic development” solution will be in the top 10 of the best ideas for universal policy. Focus on us.

So just think about this with me. You all

Many conservatives want a solution to the domestic power. I think: Let’s bring energy production back to the country. Looks like it should be a motto or a song or something.

If you like listening to it, you’ll love this story about Indica with alternative fuels, because the engines sound like an orchestra.

In a trial run, indicators for the first time on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway (IMS) were filled with E85 biofuel. E85 is an alternative fuel. It’s not petrol.

E85 An abbreviated form that usually refers to a Ethanol fuel A mixture of 85% Ethanol fuel And 15% gasoline or other hydrocarbons by volume.

Saving fuel for racing is huge.

Can you imagine if IndyCar goes bio-fuel? Those days may not be far off. The test of the new engine, which has a new word – is in the book. It happened on Monday.

The engines of the new 2.4-liter twin-turbo V6 NTT Indicar series from Chevrolet and Honda turned their first laps at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Road Course on Monday. Honda chip Ganasi Racing Joseph Newgarden has moved on, “wrote Marshall Pruitt for Racer.com.

Here is what Honda said:

New engine. New words. Even more power. All new 2.4-liter E85 bio-fueled @ Honda The engine was built entirely internally by the power-inspired men and women at HPD, California. Indicator In the future.

More power? Do you hear low voices? It sounds almost like an orchestra!

Journalist and podcaster Marshall posted some footage of the new biofuel engine on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway (IMS) – and the sound of the engine was markedly different from the other indicators.

Read Pruitt’s full article about the day’s events

The tone of the biofuel vehicle is much lower:

Here are some statistics about IndyCar:

  • They all use the same carbon-fiber chassis and weigh 1,580 pounds. Each
  • They also feature the same two-liter twin-turbo direct-injected V-6 engines made by Chevrolet or Honda;
  • Since these engines are optimized for performance, they average about four miles per gallon;
  • During the indie 500 race, that means each car will cost about 0.6 gallons or 125 gallons per lap if they complete the race!

So we’re thinking of conservation – aren’t we? Okay – then there may be some good reasons for bio-fuel. Check out this 2020 press release about using the race to win and think .. Indigenous energy that we need for energy independence.

2 more laps in 4 or 5 less gallons. The mid-Ohio Honda Indy 200 winner Scott Dixon compared the power and efficiency of this year’s E85-powered 2.2L (134 cubic inches) direct injection turbocharged engine at a post-race press conference that produced a minimum of 35% more. Horsepower (and lasting up to 1,800 racing miles) from last year’s naturally coveted 3.5 L (214 cubic inches), ported fuel injection V8 engine.

As Bob Kozak, Senior Green Racing Editor at Advanced Biofuels USA, wrote in today’s online post, Small displacement, high ethanol blended fuel economy and performance advantage in turbocharged engines. This controlled test is called the Mid-Ohio Honda Indy 200. “

Advanced Biofuels USA covers green racing to show that racing technology combines with biofuels to improve vehicle production efficiency. In all major US racing series; NASCAR, IndyCar, and American Le Mans, ethanol are now almost common and racing teams are using its high octane and evaporative properties to improve performance.

However, due to the anti-ethanol attack, many people believe that the use of ethanol in race cars is merely a promotional agreement and has no efficacy or technical significance.

Kozak explains in this readable, yet technical article, the latest news from Race Circuit Test Bed and the performance derived from the E85 in engines optimized to take advantage of its economical, renewable, unique features. Home-made fuel.

The full article is available online at http://advancedbiofuelsusa.info/e-85-small-displacement-turbocharged-engine-high-efficiency-and-mileage-proof-from-the-racetrack-
Photos by Joanne Ivancic included.

Advanced Biofuels USA, a non-profit educational organization, supports the adoption of advanced biofuels as energy security, military flexibility, economic development, and climate change mitigation / pollution control solutions. Our key tool for accomplishing this is our web site, www.AdvancedBiofuelsUSA.org, an asset for all from opinion leaders, decision makers and lawmakers to industry professionals, investors, feedstock farmers and researchers; As well as teachers and students.

Yeah Al that sounds pretty crap to me, Looks like BT aint for me either .. Looks like BT aint for me either ..

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