I don’t know if we have much room for another rolling quiz, but I’ve wanted to do this one for some time. So here are the rules: If you guess the car right (Team and Year will do fine, but chassis name would be better ie. Red Bull RB6, Renault R30 etc…) you get to ask for the next car. The question can be in the form of a picture (Small sample of say the rear wing or sidepod) or event (This car won X races in this year, or this car was involved in a controversial crash in Canada…) or the Drivers/Designers of the car (Or a combination of the above. Simple, no?
So, to start, I’ll use a picture: http://formula1.files.wordpress.com/2008/05/race6_tuesday_2.jpg?w=468
Looks like the R28.
Great thread idea by the way.
Yeah looks like Icthyes has got it right, clues in the link really. “2008” – R28. lol
Yup, it is the R28, your turn Itchyes!
I should have been aware of the perils of doing this before I went to work! Okay, here we go, with a different approach:
This car won half of all the races it entered into and the individual chassis has won more races than any other in F1 history. It also won its first race. Only one driver drove it competitively. What is the car?
Hmmm, does the Ferrari 312 and all its variations count as one or as separate chassis?
I was thinking Brawn BGP001 but Rubens also drove it competitively…
The actual one single chassis, no spares. This point confused me when I first read about this particular claim to fame, as of course the F2002 won more races than it, even just by Schumacher.
So there wasn’t a second car. Just one raced yes?
Wolf WR01 ?
Fangio’s 1955 Mercedes?
Yep, even his team-mate had a different model of car.
No-one has it so far.
Jim Clark’s Lotus 25 could be a good candidate but it did not win its first GP…
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