Environmental Protection

G-OIL Makes its NASCAR Debut With Kenny Wallace at Dover International Speedway

Green Earth Technologies Inc. has entered a multi-race partnership with RAB Racing with Brack Maggard, promoting G-OIL motor oil at Dover International Speedway. RAB Racing will showcase G-OIL on the No. 09 Toyota Camry driven by Kenny Wallace for four NASCAR Nationwide Series events in 2011.

"We are proud to partner with Kenny Wallace and RAB Racing for their NASCAR 'green' racing initiative, and happy to have them embrace the G-OIL brand," said Jeffrey Loch, president and chief marketing officer of Green Earth Technologies. "Our debut in NASCAR is a huge testament to our company, which is dedicated to reducing the dependency on foreign oil with the production of G-OIL. Our products are made with materials grown in the United States, meeting the U.S. Department of Agriculture's bio-preferred guidelines that support American farmers."

Green Earth Technologies (GET) and its G-OIL brand join other environmentally-friendly companies working with RAB Racing this season, including American Ethanol, E15 Green Sunoco fuels, the National Corn Growers Association, and Family Farmers. The No. 09 Toyota Camry carried the G-OIL livery at Dover International Speedway on May 14, and it will carry it at Daytona International Speedway on July 1, Atlanta Motor Speedway on September 3 and at the Texas Motor Speedway on November 5.

"I am proud to be backed by American-based Green Earth Technologies, Inc., a company that sacrifices nothing and does their part in an effort to protect our environment," Wallace said. "I am excited to bring their GREEN 'G' family of products into the sport of NASCAR and in front of the 75 million fans across the country. The #09 G-Oil Toyota Camry looks great. I can't wait to hit the Monster Mile over the race weekend and sacrifice nothing to G.E.T. them a great run! Now go Change to G-Oil and Change the World."

RAB Racing is competing full-time in NASCAR's Nationwide Series with Wallace piloting the No. 09 entry. Wallace, who currently sits in the seventh position in the overall driver point standings, will be making his 500th Nationwide Series start next weekend at Iowa Speedway.

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