Welcome to the fourth edition of the SportsKeeda Weekly F1 Quiz – A test for the best in the fast lane. While Sebastian Vettel has won the 2011 Italian Grand Prix on the track yesterday, taking a convincing lead in the World Championship Standings, you could win something today. If you are able to answer correctly to all these five questions on F1 within the next 7 days, then you can proudly call yourself as the ‘F1 Keeda of the Week’. Though it might seem to be worthless, it is still something you could brag about amongst your friends. It is also a testimony for your commendable knowledge on your favorite sport – F1.
Go through these five questions carefully. Guess the answers and post them as comments below. The right answers and the ‘F1 Keeda of the Week’ will be mentioned in next week’s SportsKeeda Weekly F1 Quiz #5 on September 19, 2011. So are you ready to be the ‘F1 Keeda of the Week’?
Tyre manufacturer A was in the F1 mix in the 1950s and 1980s. It was the tyre partner for teams in 29 Grands Prix but failed to win even a single race. Identify the only winless tyre manufacturer A in F1 history.
Lambhorgini was a part of Formula One only for 3 years. Identify the years and in what role was the luxury car maker involved in?
The race grid positions are decided by qualifying times. When was the first time that such a procedure was used? Also name the first Grand Prix to follow such a procedure.
Identify the drivers A, B and C in the picture. Also Name the Grand Prix in which all these three drivers set identical times in qualifying, which is a rarity in F1.
Identify this famous German driver X and find his significance with regards to the 2011 Italian Grand Prix.
Answers for SportsKeeda Weekly F1 Quiz #3, September 5, 2011:
1.The 2010 Turkish Grand Prix which marked Ferrari’s 800th race in F1 history.
2. X – Michael Schumacher Y – 2002
3. Renault formally washed hands off F1 as an engine supplier in 1997. Later in 2000, it bought Benneton racing to return back.
4. A – Jaguar Racing
5. A – Jacky Ickx, B – Nigel Mansell, C -Alain Prost
They are the only three drivers to have driven for the big 3 – Ferrai, Mclaren and Williams, in their racing careers.