What kind of fuel do NASCAR engines run on?

What kind of fuel do NASCAR engines run on?

NASCAR engines burn 110-octane leaded gasoline. Indy cars burn pure methanol (a.k.a. wood alcohol, CH3OH). Top Fuel dragsters and funny cars burn nitromethane (CH3NO2).

What are the vowel letters?

Five of the 26 alphabet letters are vowels: A, E, I, O, and U. The letter Y is sometimes considered a sixth vowel because it can sound like other vowels. Unlike consonants, each of the vowel letters has more than one type of sound or can even be silent with no sound at all.

What was the first department store in the United States?

n 1858, Rowland Hussey Macy founded Macy’s as a dry goods store. Benjamin Altman and Lord & Taylor soon competed with Stewart as New York’s earliest department stores, later followed by “McCreary’s” and, in Brooklyn, “Abraham & Straus.”

What happens to the bail money?

In most cases bail money will be returned at the end of the trial, if all court appearances are made, regardless of whether the person is found guilty or not guilty of the crime accused. If the suspect fails to appear, the court keeps the money.

What fictional character has been played by the most actors?

Having been depicted on screen 254 times, GWR today announces that Sherlock Holmes, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s fictional detective, has been awarded a world record for the most portrayed literary human character in film & TV.

What percent of calories does the brain use?

While a brain takes up about twenty percent, or 300, of a resting body’s 1300 calories a day, and while it has the potential to burn more, it’s estimated that most actual thinking only changes the amount of calories that the brain burns by around twenty to fifty calories per day.

Where was the first newspaper published in the world?

Acta Diurna’ was the first newspaper published in Rome, around 59 BC. In 1605, the first printed weekly newspaper to be published in Antwerp was called Relation.

What does fire in the hole mean?

“Fire in the hole” is a warning that an explosive detonation in a confined space is imminent. It originated with miners, who needed to warn their fellows that a charge had been set.