The fuel used in F1 cars is fairly similar to ordinary gasoline, albeit with a far more tightly controlled mix. Formula One fuel can only contain compounds that are found in commercial gasoline, in contrast to alcohol-based fuels used in American open-wheel racing. Race fuel consumption rate is normally around 75 liters per 100 kilometers traveled (3.1 US mpg - 3.8 UK mpg - 1.3 km/l).
The tires used in F1 cars are similar to the tires used in road cars but they are made from a superior quality of rubber so that the tires can withstand the high speeds and pressures of being in a car that runs to over 300 kmph. The tires can be inflated only with air or nitrogen. The tires for all the teams are supplied by only one team to ensure equal performance from tires.
A fuel which is very similar to gasoline is used in F1 cars. But it is different from the commercial gasoline.
Each car uses 250 litres of fuel on race day
109 or 108 octane fuel is used
A top fuel funny car can use up to 15 US gallons per pass
Not to much (depends on who you buy it from). Your car is a four stroke engine which most likely takes unleaded fuel and most 4 stroke engines use the same formula, so yes you can use car fuel. Just use unleaded so you don't create sludge on the sides of the casing.
It depends on the car, the speed, weather conditions etc, so there is no good answer to this question.
No one answer. It depends on the fuel mileage for THAT car, and how many miles it is driven.
a lot more than needed to use
We use it in a car
A fuel cost calculator works out how much someone is spending on fuel as they use their car. It can be useful for someone budgeting to save money and they can usually be found in car magazines
The car doesn't use any fuel to shut it off, while cranking it only uses the same amount of fuel as it would while at idle.
this depends on the rate at which your car burns fuel
The engine doesn't have to use as much fuel when the car is traveling downhill.
if we do not use fuel properly our car will destroy
Yes, you can use unleaded fuel even if your car calls for super unleaded fuel. These are essentially the same kind of fuel so it will not mess up the performance of your car.