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Aston Martin running on bio-methanol

An Aston Martin Vantage FlexFuel was running on bio-methanol (M60) at the British round of the Dutch Supercar Challenge at Donington Park, UK, 7-8 May.

By Renewable Energy Focus staff

The Aston Martin was converted to run on E85 in 2009 and ran in the 2010 season of the Dutch Super Car Challenge, and for the 2011 race, the car was converted for the use of bio-methanol.

M60 is a blend of 60% bio-methanol and 40% petrol. During tests, the car put out 535 bhp using the bio-methanol blend.

The bio-methanol was delivered by BioMCN.

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