Chris Buescher wins in Iowa While Running on EcoPower Engine Oil

Roush Fenway Racing’s Chris Buescher made a strong move on the final restart of the day in his No. 60 Roush Performance Ford Mustang to earn his second career NASCAR XFINITY Series victory May 17 at Iowa Speedway. With the win, Chris regains the points lead. To top it off, Chris won the race running on Safety-Kleen’s premium re-refined motor oil EcoPower.

“That was awesome,” said Chris. “This Roush Performance Ford Mustang was amazing. These guys did so good. We knew we were fast this weekend. We had a good race car the whole time.”

EcoPower serves as the official oil partner of NASCAR’s winningest team. 

“The partnership reflects Roush Fenway’s commitment to both sustainability and using highest quality products,” said team owner Jack Roush. “EcoPower protects engines and protects the environment.”

EcoPower re-refined oil helps reduce greenhouse gas emissions by up to 80 percent. And it requires up to 85 percent less energy to produce than oil made from virgin crude, because it has already been refined. It also helps reduce America’s dependence on foreign oil. That’s why car dealerships, quick lubes, other DIFM installers, consumers and fleets rely on EcoPower to protect engines and protect the environment.

Safety-Kleen is a founding partner of NASCAR Green; an initiative focused on making NASCAR the greenest sport. Safety-Kleen collects all used fluids from the tracks during race weekends - and from most team facilities year-round - and then recycles or responsibly disposes of those fluids. The used motor oil collected from all of these sources, including RFR’s race cars, will find its way back into EcoPower. This “closed-loop” philosophy is by far the most environmentally responsible approach to handling used oil.