Green Dreams

[National Geographic] When Dario Franchitti steered his sleek, 670-horsepower, orange-and-black Indy car to victory at this year’s Indianapolis 500, the ebullient Scotsman chalked up an odd footnote in sports history. He became the first driver ever to win the iconic American auto race on pure ethanol-the gin-clear, high-octane corn hooch that supporters from midwestern farmers to high-ranking politicians hope will soon replace gasoline as America’s favorite motor fuel.
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