Max fuel flow is 100kg/hr, which is ~133 liters per hour, or ~2216cc/min @ a max 500 bar injection pressure. Naturally we divide by 2 because there are 2 fuel rails. This gives us 1108cc/min available to each fuel rail, provided each cylinder bank is contributing equally. I'm assuming the capacity of the injectors would follow the 85% duty cycle rule, therefore I believe F1 fuel injectors are ~1,400cc/min. Being piezoelectric injectors, I'd be interested in knowing fuel rates in ms, .023 cc/ms? Is that even possible?

I wonder if the fuel pump is a similar capacity, ~150lph to maintain that 15% duty cycle headway. If so that's a tiny fuel pump, an old Toyota Supra from 1998 came from the factory with a 320lph fuel pump.