ANSWERS: The Ultimate F1 Circuit Quiz

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?

A: Shanghai

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?

A: 1966

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?

A: 1948

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