The Challenges Continue

teabagyokel

#dejavu
Valued Member
So, back to the Challenges format today. You must have a go at naming all of the people in 5 categories. They will bring points values which add up to 200 per question, and thus 1000. Divide this score by 100 to give the score out of 10 that is standard.

Three names will carry the Gold, Silver and Bronze Awards. They are not the names with the greatest amount of points, but please tell us if you get them by using the relevant smilies with your score, because I think they're the most impressive answers.

Good luck!

1. Name the 12 drivers to win for Lotus.

Jim Clark is not getting you any points
Andretti and Senna are worth 5 points each
Peterson is worth 10 points
Fittipaldi, Rindt and Graham Hill are worth 15 points
Moss and De Angelis score 20 points
Siffert and Nilsson score 30 each
Innes Ireland is worth 35 points and the Bronze Award :3rd: !

2. Name the 15 circuits visited in 1979

1 point each for Monza and Monaco
8 points each for Interlagos, Silverstone and Hockenheim
11 points for Montreal
12 points for Dijon
17 points each for Kyalami, Zandvoort and Watkins Glen
20 points each for Buenos Aires, Long Beach, Jarama, Zolder and the Osterreichring

3. Name the 13 pole sitters at the Hungaroring

5 each for Senna and Vettel
6 for Michael Schumacher
11 each for Hakkinen, Alonso, Hamilton, Mansell and Prost
21 each for Damon Hill, Barrichello and Raikkonen
26 for Patrese
A mammoth 40 points for Thierry Boutsen (but no awards :()

4. Name the 26 drivers in 2001

No points for Alonso, Barrichello, Button, Coulthard, Hakkinen, Michael Schumacher or Jacques Villeneuve
A point each for Raikkonen, Ralf Schumacher and Trulli
3 each for Fisichella, Frentzen and Montoya
8 each for Heidfeld, Irvine and Panis
9 points for Alesi
13 points each for Verstappen and De La Rosa
14 points each for Bernoldi and Zonta
19 points each for Berti, Marques, Mazzacane and Yoong
24 for Tomas Enge

If you named Enge you win the Silver Award :2nd:

5. Name the 13 German drivers to finish on the podium since 1950

Schumacher and Vettel are worth no points, but you do avoid eternal shame
4 points for Nico Rosberg
5 points for Ralf Schumacher and Nick Heidfeld
10 points for Timo Glock and Heinz-Harald Frentzen
20 points each for Jochen Mass and Taffy Von Trips
25 points for Hans-Joachim Stuck and Rolf Stomellen
38 points for Karl Kling and Hans Hermann

If you named Hans Hermann you win the Gold Award :1st:
 

gethinceri

Lance Stroll Fan. Alfa Romeo Fan.
Contributor
3.2
And i struggled with the maths too, you horrible man.
I thought i was doing really well but didn't. Knowing i'm shit at these quizzes makes me feel better though, 3/10 is a good result for me!
 

jez101

Bookies drive nice cars because of people like me
Contributor
I am pleasantly surprised to report 4.69! Most of my points came from the 1979 circuits and Hungary winners :goodday:
 

teabagyokel

#dejavu
Valued Member
Maybe negative points should be considered, because one feels tempted to throw in a thousand names in order to find 10 correct answers:)

Yeah, the idea of putting the amount of answers required in the question is to encourage the competitor to just pick that number of answers in an attempt.

But, to be honest, I can't police how you lot attempt to play these quizzes so I just say do whatever you enjoy.
 

Galahad

Not a Moderator
Valued Member
8.43! :1st::2nd::3rd:

Although I only got a full house on Q2. I tend to immediately head for the obscure answers and, in the process, miss some of the blindingly obvious ones, for example
Rindt for Q1
and
Hamilton for Q3!
 
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