Pre-GP Quiz 2013 Bahrain Grand Prix

Jos the Boss

Champion Elect
My quiz début, no pressure, try not to score too high!

1. Which team failed to score here for the first time in 2012?

Sauber

2. The inaugural Grand Prix in Bahrain had three lap leaders, for a 1/3 of a point each, name them.

Michael Schumacher, Rubens Barrichello and Jenson Button

3. The 2004 Bahrain Grand Prix won the F1 Promotional Trophy, but which race won in 2012?

The Indian Grand Prix, in India

4. Which driver made his début at the 2006 Bahrain Grand Prix?

Yuji Ide

5. Who was qualified last the most times in Bahrain?

Kimi Raikkonen, in 2004 and 2006

6. How many circuits have held the Bahrain Grand Prix?

Two, the Grand Prix Circuit and the Endurance Circuit used in 2010

7. How many Bahrain Grand Prix race winners are still on the grid this season?

Four, out of five

8. The current two Ferrari drivers are the most successful at the track, but how many times have Ferrari won at Bahrain?

Four times, the most successful constructor

9. The 2012 Bahrain Grand Prix was the first time Lotus led a race since when? 1/3 of a point for who, where and when.

Ayrton Senna in the 1987 Japanese Grand Prix

10. Which two drivers led a Formula One Grand Prix for the first time ever in the 2012 Bahrain Grand Prix?

Romain Grosjean and Paul di Resta

Good luck!:)
 

mjo

Procrastinating
Contributor
2 1/3, but for question 4
Disnt Roberg also make his debut in Bahrain 06?
If so can I have another point to make it 3 1/3?
 

Josh

Champion Elect
3 1/3, but I want a point for Q4 just like tby and mjo!

But Q6

Isn't it the same circuit just a different layout?
 

jez101

Bookies drive nice cars because of people like me
Contributor
OMG! I want the extra point too. I said the same as the others! That would be an unimaginable 7+2/3!

Don't wake me up. I'm enjoying this dream :yesss:
 

F1Yorkshire

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Contributor
1 and 2/3 but I also want to dispute question 6.

You have said that it is 2 different circuits but the same can be said for Silverstone and any other track that has changed it's layout over the years. The old tarmac is still there I believe and used for different classes of races unlike a track like Hockenheim where the old circuit has been ripped up.
 
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