1. Who will win the drivers' world championship? Rosberg 2. Which team will win the constructors' world championship? Mercedes 3. Who will be the last finisher in Australian GP including people who: DNF, retire, get disqualified or are last to drive over the s/f line? Maldonado 4. Will 13 or more cars finish the Australian GP race within two laps of the winner? Yes 5. Who will score more points in 2014? Bottas or Massa? Bottas 6. Who will score more points in 2014? Grosjean or Maldonado? Grosjean 7. Who will score more points in 2014? Räikkönen or Alonso? Räikkönen 8. What will be the best race finishing result for Magnussen in 2014? 1st 9. Do you think Ricciardo will win at least one race in 2014? No 10. Who will be the first driver to lose his drive (or miss a race) during 2013? Ericsson 11. Will Caterham or Marussia score points in 2013? Yes 12. Who will qualify on pole position on the Sochi qualifying? Hamilton 13. Which driver from the four 'midfield' teams (Sauber, Force India, Toro Rosso and Williams) will score the most points during the season? Bottas 14. Which team from the four 'midfield' teams (Sauber, Force India, Toro Rosso and Williams) will score the most points during the season? Williams 15. Do you think Simona de Silvestro will drive a 2014 spec F1 car during the 2014 season at any time? Yes 16. Who will win the Australian GP? Rosberg 17. Who will Win the Monaco GP? Button 18. How many points will the DWC winning driver have at the end of the season? 267
You just need a knock sensor for that. No n-heptane needed.
What you might be thinking about it testing fuels to get the RON number. RON is determined by running the fuel that is being tested in a test engine with a variable compression ratio under controlled conditions, and then comparing the results with those for mixtures of iso-octane and n-heptane.
Basically if your fuel is RON90 it has the same anti-knock qualities as a mixture of 90% iso-octane and 10% n-heptane.
n-heptane is far from anti-knock. I'm pretty sure that shit would explode from me looking at it .
Toluene is very dense which means that it doesn't vapourise easily. n-heptane would help start the reaction whilst also reducing the octane rating. Honda used to preheat the fuel by running the lines through or past the muffler and various other hot parts.