The No. 88 Clean Coal Chevrolet is back on the track this weekend, as driver Cole Whitt heads to the Kansas Speedway for the Kansas Lottery 300. Coal provides 70 percent of electricity in Kansas—giving residents of the Sunflower State affordable, reliable electricity. It helps keep electricity rates affordable for small businesses and families, and helps keep the state on track.
From Delaware to Kansas, the No. 88 Clean Coal Chevrolet has had a great season on the road with JR Motorsports. NASCAR fans have had a chance to learn more about the abundance of energy in America at ACCCE’s Mobile Classroom—which Dale Jr. visited a few weeks ago—and see advancements in clean coal technology.
Cole Whitt is in the running for being voted NASCAR’s Nationwide Series fan favorite of the year. Be sure to check out NASCAR’s website to vote today.
Once you’ve cast your ballot to vote for Cole, be sure to cast your election ballot, and vote with coal. Just like cars need fuel, America needs this affordable, abundant natural resource to stay on track.