Ford EcoBoost V6 To Make Racing Debut In Daytona Prototype

Ford has committed to turbocharged gasoline engines as a means to bring more efficient vehicles to market. But turbochargers also make for faster cars, and four years after its world debut, the 3.5 liter EcoBoost V6 engine is finally going racing in the all-new United SportsCar Championship.

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Grand-Am Series Announces “GX” Class For Alt-Fuel Vehicles

While there are those who fight the notion that any fuel other than oil is a foolish notion, those who know better are working to embrace alternative fuels on every level. The world of motorsports is developing some truly unique and wonderful technologies that run cleaner and more efficiently, and manufacturers are actively seeking out racing series to demonstrate these advances. The famed Grand-Am series is the latest motorsports competition to embrace alternatives with the new GX class, which will debut in 2013.

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