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As we oh-so bravely predicted, gas that was selling for about a dollar less per gallon than the national average this past week was awful popular. The price was lowered at a gas station in Indianapolis as a promotional event just before this weekend's Indy 500 race, and the $2.25 cost for a gallon of E10 (I'd heard it was going to be $2.20 a gallon) was enough to bring in the cars, trucks and SUVs whose drivers "were eager to find their place at the pumps," as Domestic Fuel put it. The IndyCar

Just in time for the all-ethanol Indianapolis 500 this weekend, the Ethanol Promotion and Information Council (EPIC) is sponsoring reduced-price ethanol in Indianapolis tomorrow. Unlike other ethanol promotions, this one is all about the E10, so anyone with a gasoline engine can benefit during the small window (between 11:30 a.m. and 1:00 p.m.) when the fuel will be sold for $2.20 a gallon. The deal goes down at the GasAmerica at 5179 LaFayette Road. There will also be a drawing for a two-year l