Sunday, May 6, 2012
He’s shilling for big oil. One only has to look at Brazil to realize all his concerns have been engineered out of existence already.
If Toyota doesn’t want to make dual fuel cars, Ford and GM will, as they are in Brazil.
As far as the “very robust” comments, then why did Formula 1 racing employ alcohol fuels for so long? It was the fuel of choice for decades, especially because it wasn’t as combustible in crashes and yet had superior performance levels.
It’s this type of opinion from major auto companies that will slow us down. We have the facts on our side.