ANKENY, Iowa - In the race against global warming, you could say NASCAR driver Todd Peck leads the pack.
Yesterday in Newton, Iowa, he filled up his team’s race hauler with a 15 percent blend of biodiesel (B15) as part of his commitment to lead the greenest team in NASCAR.
Peck Motorsports makes its first start of the season this weekend in the NASCAR Camping Word Truck Series at the Iowa Speedway on July 14. Peck filled up with B15 at Love’s Travel Center, but has used up to 50 percent biodiesel at other stops.
“Peck Motorsports is dedicated to be environmentally clean leaders in NASCAR,” said Peck. “Fueling our team transporter full of biodiesel has been a part of that process. We can’t thank the Iowa Biodiesel Board enough for joining our efforts in Iowa this race weekend in making our journey as ‘green’ as possible.”
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