For many classes and national events, both the fuel and often the fuel supplier is specified. In that case, there is no fuel choice. However, for many others such as local bracket racing gasoline setups, that is usually not the case. The selection of gasoline is first dependent on leaded or unleaded. Racecars driven to […]
E85 is examined as a racing fuel. E85 is a combination of ethanol and low octane gasoline. Some racers report more power from E85 than from methanol. On the other hand, when the Indy Car League converted from methanol to straight ethanol, dynamometer tests revealed a reduction in power after the conversion.
A lot of pit buz that cooler fuel runs better. METHANOL VAPOR ISSUE: We found in our methanol publication development that only methanol vapor burns.