Nascar Makes History
For the first time, an electric Ford Focus lead racers in the Capital City 400 at the Richmond International Speedway in Virginia Saturday night.
Analysts say its a sign electric cars have a future.
But, it's not the only sign Nascar is going green.
Nascar drivers have already logged 2 million miles while powered by E-15.
A blend of 15-percent ethanol and 85-percent gasoline.
Drivers say Ethanol increased horsepower.
Nascar claims to have the largest recycling program in sports.
Last year, they recycled about 12 million bottles and cans.
Nascar is also looking into innovative ways to recycle.
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