Wolf’s F1 Quiz Number 21 – Belgian GP

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Back to back races, back to back quizzes. This week the topic is the Belgian GP.

You know the drill. Complete all 10 questions, afterwards all the answers will be revealed. As usual please no googling for answers :-) .

And do not forget to share your result in comments ! If you missed the past quizzes you can try them too – click here.


Quiz questions:

When was the Belgian F1 GP held for the first time ?





How many different tracks have hosted the Belgian GP ?





How many previous Belgian GP winners will be on the start of 2009 Belgian GP ?





Last team other than McLaren or Ferrari to win Belgian GP was:





Spa-Francorchamps is the longest track on current F1 caledar. How long is it ?





Rubens Barrichello's maiden pole position came at Belgian GP. When ?





Michael Schumacher has the most Belgian GP wins - 6. How many times he started the Belgian GP from pole position ?





The very wet 1998 Belgian GP is among other things (like the Coulthard/Schumacher collision and conflict) remembered for the massive pile up after the race start. How many cars were involved (and damaged) in that carnage ?





What is the best Belgian GP finish to date for the current championship leader Jenson Button ?





Four drivers who will race this weekend in Belgium took part at this race 10 years ago in 1999. Who was the best of them in that race ?







One Comments Post a Comment
  1. Nic B 205No Gravatar says:

    Yippee, 4/10 might be my best result yet.
    2 of those were complete guesses.
    Good luck everyone.
    Can’t wait for Sunday night

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