While this forum has a strict don't drink and post policy.strad wrote:I am not gonna go down this road again,,,,Suffice to say that there are those that honestly believe F1 gasoline is as advertised,,,Pump gasoline. Right! And I have a bridge for sale and I know Santa personally and I'm off to hang with Elvis.
Seriously why should somebody buy fuel that is 5 times more expensive?bigpat wrote:3. Roadside fuel here, is $1.55 per litre. F1 spec fuel sells for $6.50 - $8.00 per Litre. Now you tell me how different they are...
Ummm, more like 75litres / 100km (about 4mpg)xpensive wrote:A good beginning is to get fundanentals straight, one liter of gasoline holds 34 MJ of energy, an F1 car typically consumes 3 - 4liters per 100 kilometers, go figure.
Not according to the rules.spacer wrote:As far as I know F1 fuel is highly oxygenated.
The specifications numbers in the rules are very similar to pump street fuel. For the F1 fuel you are paying to have every performance improving spec right at the legal limit at ALL times. These are very small production volumes requiring the best components. The is not a normal production run for the fuel manufactures.mep wrote:Seriously why should somebody buy fuel that is 5 times more expensive?
In spite of what some think...Yes it is.As far as I know F1 fuel is highly oxygenated.
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