Start, Montreal, 2010

Take the F1 Fanatic Canadian Grand Prix quiz

F1 Fanatic QuizPosted on | Author Keith Collantine

Start, Montreal, 2010The Canadian Grand Prix joined the world championship calendar in the sixties.

The circuit on the Isle Notre Dame used for the current race is was named in honour of the great Canadian driver Gilles Villeneuve after his death 30 years ago.

Can you remember enough about the past F1 races in Canada to answer these 20 questions? Take the Canadian Grand Prix quiz now:

If you’ve not taken one of our quizzes before, have a quick look at this quick guide first:

You can compare your overall score with other F1 Fanatics and take more quizzes here:

If you don’t already have one, you will need to register an F1 Fanatic account to participate in the quizzes. Details on how to get one can be found here:

How did you get on? Share your score in the comments – but remember not to leave clues about the questions!

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9 comments on “Take the F1 Fanatic Canadian Grand Prix quiz”

  1. 6 out of 20 and please with it! That was another tough one.

  2. Only 14. That was tough.

  3. first one i’ve done, 11/20 – that was hard!

  4. 11 out of 20. My knowledge of races held there in the 60’s and 70’s is awful

  5. 11 for me. Some very difficult questions.

  6. 17/20 p1 currently. Probably messed up some of the multiple selections, but very pleased with that, thank you very much :)

    1. @montreal95 Given your username I’d’ve expected a high score!

      1. There is something in what you have said. Although my username reflects more on me being a Jean Alesi fan than anything else :)

  7. I got a pretty pathetic 9/10! Having said that, I thought I’d get less! Ha, any way to find out the actual answers to this quiz/see which ones I got right?

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