Formula racing is one of the most exciting and thrilling motorsports in the world. It is a type of open wheeled single-seater motorsport, which consists of a series of exciting races held on specially designed race courses. Formula racing drivers compete against each other to see who can drive the fastest and get the best results. The drivers need to have great reflexes, concentration, and courage in order to be successful in this intensely competitive sport. This quiz is designed to test your knowledge about Formula racing. From the history of Formula racing to the drivers and teams that have graced the racetracks, if you think you know it all, then this quiz is just for you! So put your seatbelt on, grab the wheel, and get ready for the ride!
1) What aerodynamic device is designed to create downforce on a Formula One car?
2) What year did Ferrari enter the Formula One championship?
3) What is the minimum weigh of a Formula One car?
4) What is the purpose of KERS (Kinetic Energy Recovery System) in Formula One cars?
5) What is the most successful Formula One chassis?
6) Who is the most successful Formula One driver of all time?
7) How many tires does a Formula One car have?
8) What is the fuel used in Formula One cars?
9) What is the name of the Formula One championship?
10) What is the fastest corner on the Monaco Grand Prix Circuit?
11) What is the longest race on the Formula One calendar?
12) How many points is the winner of a Formula One race awarded?
13) When do Formula One teams usually introduce major updates to their cars?
14) What is the minimum age requirement for drivers to compete in Formula One?
15) Who is the youngest ever Formula One driver to win a race?
16) What is the minimum weight of a Formula One driver?
17) How long is the mandatory pit stop window in a Formula One race?
18) How many liters of fuel does a Formula One car carry in a race?
19) What type of brakes are used in Formula One cars?
20) What is the minimum length of a Formula One race?
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