NB, if we have a points list like this:

10 for Eddie Irvine, Stirling Moss, Ralf Schumacher and Masahiro Hasemi

That means that you get 10 points each, 40 if you get the lot...

Calculators at the ready!

1. Name the 17 winners from the 1990s.

5 points for Damon Hill, Ayrton Senna, Nigel Mansell, Mika Hakkinen, Alain Prost and Jacques Villeneuve

10 points for David Coulthard, Gerhard Berger, Eddie Irvine and Nelson Piquet

15 points for Riccardo Patrese

20 points for Johnny Herbert and Heinz-Harald Frentzen

25 points for Thierry Boutsen, Jean Alesi and Olivier Panis

2. Name the 15 youngest Grand Prix winners (not including Indy 500s)

5 points for Fernando Alonso, Lewis Hamilton, Kimi Raikkonen, Robert Kubica, David Coulthard and Jacques Villeneuve

10 points for Emerson Fittipaldi and Elio de Angelis

15 points for Jody Scheckter

20 points for remembering that Michael Schumacher was once young!

25 points for Bruce McLaren and Jacky Ickx

31 points for Mike Hawthorn and Peter Collins

3. Name the 20 drivers who have started most Grand Prix.

5 for Riccardo Patrese, David Coulthard, Jarno Trulli and Giancarlo Fisichella

10 for Gerhard Berger, Andrea de Cesaris, Nelson Piquet, Jean Alesi, Alain Prost and Michele Alboreto

15 for Jenson Button, Nigel Mansell, Ralf Schumacher, Jacques Laffite, Graham Hill, Nick Heidfeld, Niki Lauda and ThierryBoutsen

4. Name the 15 drivers to win in a Williams.

Alan Jones, Jacques Villeneuve, Nelson Piquet and Alain Prost earn 10 points.

Ralf Schumacher, Keke Rosberg, Riccardo Patrese, JP Montoya and Carlos Reutemann are worth 15 points

David Coulthard is worth 19

Thierry Boutsen, HH Frentzen and Clay Regazzoni are worth 22 points each.

5. Name the 17 drivers employed by Sauber before they were taken over by BMW in 2006.

3 for Johnny Herbert and Heinz-Harald Frentzen

10 are due for recalling Jean Alesi, Karl Wendlinger, Pedro Diniz, Giancarlo Fisichella, Jacques Villeneuveand Kimi Raikkonen

15 each for the Finnish duo of Mika Salo and JJ Lehto

20 for Jean Christophe Boullion, Andrea de Cesaris, Gianni Morbidelli, Nicola Larini and Norberto Fontana.

I hope that was tough, I hope you remember to divide by 100 now, and I hope you all at least picked up some minor points.