Leilani Münter is putting a red, white and blue spin on green at the Kansas Speedway tonight. That's where the eco-minded racer is debuting her Energy Freedom car with the message that people should be able to choose how clean they want their energy to be.
Crashing is a big deal in Formula One. Especially, as the ongoing legal battle between the FIA and one Flavio Briatore shows, if you've done it on purpose. So Nelson Piquet Jr. couldn't have been all that surprised that, after having done exactly that and then gone on to blow the whistle on his own team, he hasn't found a new ride in F1. So... where does a disenfranchised grand prix driver to go for a fresh start? Where do they love crashing more than anywhere else? Why, NASCAR, of course!
Race car driver Leilani Münter is putting together a group of "forward thinking" companies to join as co-sponsors to present a strong environmental message to the millions of racing fans out there. By collaborating, the members of the "Eco Dream Team" will not only be promoting their brand to a wide audience but also promoting environmental awareness more generally. You may be thinking, "How can racing gas-powered cars possibly be construed as a "green" endeavor?" or "Isn't it the height of
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