IndyCar Series Drivers Help Serve $2.20 Per Gallon Ethanol-Blended Gas Sept. 8 in Romeoville, Ill.

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7-Eleven Store Hosts Public To Fill Up At Special Rate

IRL IndyCar Series drivers Tony Kanaan, Dario Franchitti, Jeff Simmons and Jeff Bucknum will be on hand Friday (Sept. 8) at the 7-Eleven convenience and fuel station in Romeoville, pumping low-priced fuel ($2.20 unleaded) for customers as they promote the use of ethanol in street fuel as well as their 220 mile per hour racing machines.

Members of the public are encouraged to bring their vehicles to the Ethanol Pump Tour as it stops at the 7-Eleven convenience and fuel station in Romeoville on Friday (Sept. 8) from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. E10 unleaded fuel, a ten percent ethanol blend, will be available for $2.20 per gallon. Vehicles built since 1980 can run on E10.

The 7-Eleven fuel station (#32203) is located at 679 N. Weber Rd, Romeoville, IL 60446. The station can be reached by taking Exit 263 off of I-55.

The IRL IndyCar Series is a strong supporter of ethanol fuel with the series racing with ten percent ethanol and ninety percent methanol in 2006. The IndyCar Series will race with 100 percent ethanol in its fuel tanks during the 2007 season.

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