Taken our Ultimate F1 Circuit Quiz and want to see what you got right and what you got wrong? All the answers are listed below…
Q1: This was the setting for Ayrton Senna’s first F1 win in 1985. What circuit is it?
A: Autódromo do Estoril, Portugal
Q2: The last French Grand Prix to date took place at the Circuit de Nevers Magny-Cours in 2008. Who won?
A: Felipe Massa
Q3: This verdant circuit is the Mosport International Raceway in Canada. Which British driver won two F1 races here?
A: Jackie Stewart
Q4: These tracks are somewhat sandier. But which one of these is the Bahrain International Circuit?
Q5: Michael Schumacher once described the approach to which famous corner as being like “flying downhill and seeing a big mountain in front of you”?
A: Eau Rouge, Spa, Belgium
Q6: Where is this distinctive grandstand?
Q7: There have been many memorable races here over the years, but what track is it?
A: Silverstone Circuit, Britain
Q8: Who holds the record for the fastest lap at the Suzuka Circuit in Japan, set at 1:31.540 in 2005?
A: Kimi Räikkönen
Q9: This track should be pretty familiar by now, right?
A: Autodromo Nazionale Monza, Italy
Q10: This one might be a bit tougher. Which is Russia’s Sochi Autodrom circuit?
Q11: When was the last F1 race at this French circuit?
Q12: At what track did Red Bull set a new record with this 1.923s pitstop for Mark Webber in 2013?
A: Circuit of the Americas, Austin, Texas, USA
Q13: OK. We’re into the final straight. Here’s a photo from the first ever Silverstone Grand Prix. What year was that?