F1 cars, when racing, require about 75 liters per 100 km travelled. This turns out to be about about 20 gallons per 63 miles or 0.3 gallons per mile, which is 3 miles on the gallon, a.k.a terrible fuel efficiency! One Grand Prix lap is approximately 2 miles and the race is 78 laps, totaling 156 miles. So, for one F1 car to run a Grand Prix race, the car would require about 52 gallons of fuel. yikes!
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