The price of the Sunoco 260 GTX is nine dollars and twenty cents per gallon.
NASCAR to Use Unleaded Fuel in 2008. NASCAR announced that NASCAR teams would switch to unleaded fuel by the start of the 2008 season. This is a significant development for NASCAR teams as they have long been the target of environmental groups. This change is possible because researchers at Sunoco have developed Sunoco 260 GTX a new fuel formula that does not damage racing engines. Beginning in 2011, Nascar started to use Sunoco Green E15 racing fuel. This is a renewable fuel blended with 15 percent American-made ethanol from American-grown corn.
I believe they still can get all that they need, un-regulated, however, the fuel is charged to the team, or the sponser, and is paid for to Sunoco.
The official fuel of Nascar is Sunoco 260 GTXracing gasoline. It is a 98 octane unleaded fuel, specifically engineered for high-performance engines.
Sunoco has been the official fuel supplier for Nascar since 2004.
all the sunoco gas stations here in fl are ethanol free.
Nascar uses Sunoco Green E15. This is a 98 octane blend with 15% ethanol made from US grown corn. It is specifically made for Nascar.
One can set up a Sunoco account online by visiting the official Sunoco website. Sunoco offers a 'Rewards Credit Card' that allows users to receive cash back on their gas purchases, among other things.
Up until the 2008 season Nascar used leaded fuel. Beginning in 2009 and for the very first time NASCAR will use unleaded fuel. It is unleaded, Sunoco 260 GTX.
Airbourne sings the song, it's called Lets Ride.
Fuel filter is cloggeg with trash from garbage gas. Change the fuel filter and... Buy Sunoco.
Sunoco was created in 1886.
sunoco gas station on 34th and keystone ave, IN46218
walmart(murphy oil), shell, sunoco
What's the question? BTW the name of the avenue is Sligh. Sunoco was in Florida in a big way until the 70s and then pulled out. They came back to Florida in the late 90s when they purchased Coastal Gas stations.
No there is no maximum in NASCAR.
The Nascar gas can holds 11 gallons of fuel.
Sunoco is owned by Sunoco. Used to be known as Sun Oil Company. They are located in Philadelphia. Founded in 1886 I believe
I'm pretty sure it does. But I would look it up online if I were you.
Change your fuel filter and buy your gas at a Sunoco, instead of Sheetz, Wawa and other high volume gas stores. The "crap" in the underground tanks doesn't have time to settle before they're dumping in more gas to stir it back up, so it goes in your gas tank. Their filters don't catch the small stuff your fuel filter does, so YOU get their trash. We use Sunoco (an AMERICAN company, by the way) and have NEVER had that problem since we switched to them, from the "quick stops."
Most of the time the pit crews do a 4 tire change and add a full tank of gas in about 12-14 seconds.