It's the time of year when F1 drivers have the blood rushing to their heads as we head "Down Under". To celebrate here's a Jack Brabham themed quiz. Q1. How many years did Jack actively race in F1? And at the most dangerous time in F1 16 years, from 1955 to 1970 - half a point for one either way Q2. How many teams did Brabham race for? Take a guess 3 - no half points here Q3. Can you name the teams? You must know one Cooper, Rob Walker Racing and, of course, Brabham Q4. To celebrate Australia's first World Endurance Championship race Brabham and Alan Jones both drove Rothmans Porsche 956's (for different teams). What year was this? The clue is in the question 1984 - when of you didn't have a Porsche 956 you shouldn't bother Q5. Brabham took part in the Indy 500 on four occasions, how many laps did he lead? Was it a lot, was it a few? Just one in 1970 - half a point of you guessed less than 10 Q6. On to the second of the motor racing Crown Jewels, Brabham raced at Le Mans three times. What was his best result? Hint, he didn't ever win it Third in class in 1957 in a Cooper Q7. Final question on the Crown Jewels, how many times did Brabham win at Monaco? Surely he must have won here? Just the once in 1959 Q8. Brabham won consecutive titles in 1959 and 1960. Who was the next driver to achieve this feat? It was quite a while later Alain Prost in 1985 and 1986 Q9. All Brabham cars, even when a certain silver haired billionaire owned the team, had a BT prefix. What did BT stand for? It's not British Telecom Brabham Tauranac - Ron Tauranac helped Jack set up Motor Racing Developments (MRD) together 10. Brabham was, famously, the first driver to win a car which bore his name as team owner. Where and when? A while after his first title At the French GP of 1966 - the year of his third title Not a quiz for the kids but I certainly learned some things setting the questions.