I really wonder who thought having a fuel rate meter that has a +/-5% error in a racing division as tightly contested as F1 was a good idea?

Why have a draconian regulation of 100kg/hr on top of a fuel limit of 100kg a race?

Also I'm a bit mindblown because that roughly equates to what 125 liters per hour if their fuel density is .75 kg per liter?

If I took my car to 600hp with a good turbo setting, I'd roughly need a 345 or dual stage 255lph pumps. Granted my car is a 3.8 v6 but only revving to 6500-7000 when sorted.

Those really are some efficient engines if thats all they're allowed to use for their fuel rate while keeping it from grenading under boost!