2008 French Grand Prix start, Magny-Cours

Take the 2008 F1 season quiz by F1 Fanatic

F1 Fanatic QuizPosted on Author Keith Collantine

2008 French Grand Prix start, Magny-CoursThe 2008 Formula One season saw a different champion crowned for the third year in a row, the last appearance of the French Grand Prix and the final championship run on grooved tyres.

It was a memorable season for many reasons, but how well do you recall it? Put your F1 trivia knowledge to the test with F1 Fanatic’s newest quiz.

Here are 20 questions on the 2008 season to tackle – but make sure you enter your answers before the five minute time limit expires:

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

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33 comments on “Take the 2008 F1 season quiz by F1 Fanatic”

      1. @thrillerwa09 Exactly. There were many of the big manufacturer teams, 7 race winners, Hamilton won at Silverstone, and as you say that last race was exceptional. To win the title on the last corner of the season just says it all. Good score btw!

    1. It means that there was a different champion every year in 2006-2008 (which continued on until 2011). Alonso in 2006, Kimi in 2007, Hamilton in 2008(, Button in 2009, Vettel in 2010)…

      (or was it edited after your comment…?)

  1. One of the few quizzes I had taken previously (without remembering). Instead of the last score of 0, I got to 4. However, I didn’t have time to answer the last 5 questions.
    I did follow the season in 2008 but in much less detail so the questions are quite tough!

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