The Atlas F1 Quiz

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The Atlas F1 Quiz

by Marcel Schot & Don Capps, Netherlands/USA

Atlas F1 brings you another challenging quiz for Formula One wizards; how well do you really know your sport? Simply choose one answer for each of the following questions, and press "Submit" to get the results. Have fun!

1. What was the best grid position the now defunct Pacific team reached?

19th
20th
24th

  2. Which driver achieved the highest position by a Swiss driver in the Drivers' Championship?

Jo Siffert
Clay Regazzoni
Emmanuel de Graffenried

3. Who was the first non-McLaren driver to take pole position last season?

Michael Schumacher
Damon Hill
Giancarlo Fisichella

4. Which driver scored the most consecutive Grands Prix wins?

Juan-Manuel Fangio
Alberto Ascari
Jim Clark

5. Who was the last driver, before Ricardo Zonta, who was unable to start a race because of an injury earlier in the GP weekend?

Ricardo Rosset
Mika Hakkinen
Andrea Montermini

  6. What was the first car designed by Harvey Postlethwaite?

Wolf WR1 (1977)
Hesketh 308 (1975)
Williams FW05 (1976)

7. Which track was the longest ever used in Formula One in terms of distance?

Nurburgring 1967-1976
Pescara 1957
Spa-Francorchamps 1950-1956

  8. Who was the last Italian to become World Champion?

Alberto Ascari
Giuseppe Farina
Elio De Angelis

9. The name Arrows is -almost- made up from the initials of its founders. Besides Franco Ambrosio, Alan Rees, Dave Wass and Tony Southgate, who was the other namegiver?

Pete Revson
Jackie Oliver
Enzo Osella

  10. With which two drivers did Jordan start its first season in 1991?

Roberto Moreno & Alessandro Zanardi
Jean Alesi & Giani Morbidelli
Bertrand Gachot & Andrea de Cesaris

11. What was the last season in which pre-qualifications were held?

1994
1989
1992

  12. Who was the first Englishman to win the British Grand Prix?

Stirling Moss
Jim Clark
Peter Collins


Marcel Schot & Don Capps 1999 Atlas Formula One Journal.
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