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Q: What do all these races have in common?
Germany 2009, Britain 2010, Germany 2010, Malaysia 2009, Japan 2008.
Not sure of the answer, but we do have an F1 trivia thread already located here: http://www.f1fanatic.co.uk/forum/topic.php?id=72
I know! They’ve all occurred within the last 4 years! :P Anyway, yes, you’d be better off posting that in the trivia topic.
The polesitter lost the lead at the start?
Apart from that, no idea.
It is a difficult one, because it’s hard to know what they are looking for. Daykind’s answer is technically correct, but so is damon’s guess.
The only other answer I can think of is;
After each of these races, a Brit led the world championship
At each of these races a title contender received a penalty of some kind (Webber’s drive through, Alonso’s drive through, Ferrari’s fine, Barrichello’s grid drop and Massa’s drive through.
Each and every one of those countries has an A in its name. What do I win?
All I can dig up is that a British driver led the Drivers’ Championship after each of those races.
They were all on a Sunday.
they included motorcars using an internal combustion engine?
Noelinho, you missed my post two days earlier, it could have saved you searching! :D
They have something in common with each other?
I’m actually quite curious as to what the answer is now. Tell us Adam!… or did Ed and Noelinho already get it?
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