Using SUSTAIN fuel to win the 69th Tulip Rally

Press Release

The oldest car rally of the Netherlands was the perfect test for our new range of SUSTAIN Classic fuel. On Saturday the 13th of May in Valkenburg, Harm Lamberigts and Bart den Hertog were the first to cross the finish line of the celebrated Tulip Rally.

During the rally, twenty classic cars ended up completing the final 300 km on the SUSTAIN fuel.

According to the winners, the fuel performed well. Harm and Bart’s 1971 Ford Escort Mexico has a tuned 1600 engine with extra power. On rallies of this nature, it is particularly important that high-performance engines like theirs run perfectly.

Harm Lamberigts had the following to say about it:
Initially, we had our doubts about having to run the car on such an unusual fuel. After all, it is something new and unfamiliar to us. Nevertheless, this renewable fuel really did its job, and the car ran superbly on it.”

It demonstrates that any classic car can effortlessly switch to the 80% carbon-neutral version of the SUSTAIN Classic Car Fuel.

It is now clear that classic cars will not need to be banned because of their internal combustion engines. Using cutting-edge technologies, we have succeeded in producing an 80% carbon-neutral petrol that outperforms even fossil fuels. This takes the sustainability of a classic car to a whole new level.