Hubbell Has Strong Season Using One Ethanol

Updated: Nov 7, 2019

Lake Odessa, MI (Wednesday, November 6, 2019) - In 2019 the American Ethanol Modified Tour Presented by Allstar Performance (AEmods) offered drivers the chance to earn more cash in their pocket by running an Ethanol Blended Fuel of fifteen percent or greater. The highest finishing driver during each AEmods event running Ethanol blended fuel was crowned the American Ethanol Performer of the Race, gaining a $250 bonus for their efforts. This season, Luke Hubbell dominated the American Ethanol Bonus program grabbing the award nine-out-of-eleven times.

Hubbell powered his number 23 Pridgeon and Clay sponsored machine to eight top 10 finishes with the AEmods in 2019 using One Ethanol S Blend fuel. His consistent performance also led him to a runner up finish in the AEmods championship point standings. Hubbell’s efforts landed him the American Ethanol Performer of the Race Award in nearly every event he competed in on Tour, this year.

One Ethanol S and R blends are ethanol blended fuels designed for auto racing. One Ethanol’s experience in the ethanol fields is focused on aspects of ethanol powered engine testing, tuning and racing. Team members are involved in the entire One Ethanol production process from the moment locally grown corn arrives at the plant, until the packaged product is loaded on-truck to the racetrack.

Each time Hubbell won the award, he was able to put at least $250 back into his pocket, simply by choosing to run a clean burning biofuel. Over the course of the season, The AEmods paid out $3,250; of that Hubbell collected $2,875.

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