Cars use gasoline. Usually 87 octane.
No, higher octane fuel is only necessary for higher performance cars. Highly efficient cars can usually use the lowest octane fuels, because they are not designed for performance.
Indycars and F1 cars use alcohol-based fuels. NASCAR uses high-octane gasolines.
Petrol - with a high octane content !
High octane kerosene
Generally a Sports car is a higher than normal performance vehicle so Premium or high octane fuel is recommended.Race cars use racing fuel ( over 100 octane )
no it can not
Regular unleaded fuel is 87 octane. High octane fuel is any fuel higher than regular. 89 and 91 octane being the most common the consumer can buy. High octane fuel is not needed in most cars and is a waste of money if your car does not need it. It provides no benefit whatsoever in a vehicle designed to run on Regular. Octane is only a measure of how well the fuel prevents pre-detonation in a high compression engine.
The grades gasoline are the different octane ratings, the cheapest gas has the least octane. The lower the octane in the gasoline, the faster it will burn. High performance cars need high octane fuel.
91-93 octane premium
New cars with knock sensors to adjust ignition timing can run on lower-octane fuel, but you lose power.
91 octane there should also be a sticker inside the fuel door that will tell you what the cars requirement is