F1 Fanatic - Euro Brun
The link being drivers who won the championship with Renault power.
If I’m right, please can someone else come up with the next question?
Is it a topical question?
Do they all have at least one Indy 500 pole?
@keithcollantine Yes please Keith, after my last question, probably best that you go next :)
@tom-l is it that they are the only 4 to have failed to pass the first stage of elimination qualifying?
I loved this game so much as a kid. I’m pretty sure this was a major reason I properly got into F1. It came as one of the free games I got with my Amiga 600 aged 7 (back in 1992).
It was so advanced for its time with the car setups etc.
I remember playing 100% race distances, but quickly realising that it was quicker just to take out every opposition car, do enough laps to be in 1st place, then turn invulnerability off and crash myself to finish the race after only a handful of laps!
I’ve still got the manual somewhere. They don’t make guides like that anymore. It is more like an almanac!
Yeah close enough. I was going with one step further – 1st world championship events in their respective continents, but countries is also true.
That’s an amazing connection, but way more complex than I was aiming for!
The first races part is the key to the answer
I feel like I’ve killed this thread…
To try and get this one answered, here is a bit more info:
Autódromo Juan y Óscar Gálvez (Buenos Aires) – aka 1953 Argentine GP
Ain-Diab Circuit (Casablanca) – aka 1958 Moroccan GP
Adelaide Street Circuit – aka 1985 Australian GP
Mount Fuji Circuit – aka 1976 Japanese GP
Ok I’ll revert to the first game cos I’m struggling to think up a good chain.
What links the following:
Autódromo Juan y Óscar Gálvez (Buenos Aires)
Ain-Diab Circuit (Casablanca)
Adelaide Street Circuit
Mount Fuji Circuit
Last 4 pole winners for Williams?
2011 Indian GP,
2012 American GP,
2014 Russian GP,
2016 Azerbaijan GP
My logic is new circuits to F1 (ie: Mexico was a returning circuit)
Have they all run their own race teams once retired from F1?
Hill and Alonso have finished 3rd in the championship once, with Ricciardo twice, but Diniz is the curve ball there.
When you say ‘careers’, is that F1 career or entire driving career?