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F1 Fanatic Rolling Trivia Quiz

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  • #127750

    Ads21
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    This is an idea I got from another F1 forum I was using while F1 fanatic forum was down. Basically its a rolling quiz which starts with a question, the first person to get it right gets to ask the next question and so on. The questions can be any kind of F1 trivia from name the track photographs to a simple who finished in x position in y grand prix? and every type of question in between.

    Oh and if there’s some doubt over the right answer wait until its confirmed before you set the next Q otherwise it could get confusing.

    I’ll start the ball rolling with a very simple question. Who won the 1998 Hungarian Grand Prix?

    #136586

    Rucknar
    Participant

    Good idea!

    Hmm for the first one i’d say maybe Coulthard?

    #136587

    Macca
    Participant

    Michael Schumacher?

    #136588

    Ads21
    Participant

    Macca’s spot on, next question please…

    #136589

    Macca
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    How many different circuits have hosted the United States GP?

    #136590

    Ads21
    Participant

    5?

    #136591

    Guilherme
    Member

    Tricky question, Macca. There were many circuits on USA but not all under the “US GP” name. Well, there were nine F1 circuits in the US: Sebring, Riverside, Watkins Glen, Long Beach, Fair Park, Detroit, Ceasars Pallace, Phoenix and Indianapolis.

    But the name “United States Grand Prix” were used by Sebring, Riverside, Watkins Glen, Phoenix and Indianapolis.

    #136592

    Jagged
    Participant

    9

    #136593

    jackie
    Participant

    USA Grand Prix – Dallas, Riverside, Phoenix, Detroit, Indianapolis and Watkins Glen

    USA west – only Long Beach (1976.-1983.) this is a Long Beach Grand Prix

    USA east – Watkins Glen (1976.-1980.) this is a USA GP, and Detroit (1982.-1984.) wich is Detroit Grand Prix not a USA GP

    Caesar Palace is not a USA Grand Prix, then Ceasar Palace Grand Prix. ;)

    #136594

    Macca
    Participant

    9 was the answer I was looking for. Well done Guilherme Teixeira. Next question please…

    #136595

    Guilherme
    Member

    How many races were won by Scottish drivers in F1 history?

    #136596

    Ads21
    Participant

    67?

    #136597

    TommyB
    Participant

    44?

    #136598

    Ciaran
    Participant

    66

    #136599

    Guilherme
    Member

    Well done Ciaran. Next question please…

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