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  • Only chuck norris has milage
  • According to this site, F1 cars average around 1.5 Miles per gallon. http://stage.bmwcca.org/forum/showthread.php?t=2057 In 1951 the Alpha Romeo 159 engine was consuming 125 to 175 litres per 100 km (1 mpg–U.S.). http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alfa_Romeo_in_Formula_One#History Check this out - The biggest F1 teams each spend $200 million or more a year on fossil-fuel technology with little real-world application. But now the sport's ruling body has said, "Enough," and banned further investment in F1 engines. Teams must now focus on hybrid systems and other eco-friendly means of producing power. http://www.wired.com/cars/coolwheels/news/2007/11/formula_one Formula 1 Racing to Go Hybrid 2209 - 2013 http://gas2.org/2008/04/22/formula-1-racing-to-go-hybrid-from-2009-2013/ and this - New “Car” Gets 3,145 MPG ! http://www.dailyfueleconomytip.com/creative-ideas/new-car-gets-3145-mpg/

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