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QUIZ: Check your knowledge of the season so far!

Exercise your F1 brain muscles by clicking here to take our new quiz!
Four months without a Grand Prix and then two come along in consecutive weekends - no wonder it already all feels like a mad dream when we look back at the events of Australia and Malaysia. If your head is still left spinning by the drama of the storm-hit Sepang race, then the kindly folk at Crash.net have arranged private medical cover for your recuperation and rehabilitation.

Let's start by testing your reflexes, reasoning skills and general all-round memory power with the ever-dependable diagnostic tool of the brisk ten-part quiz, reviewing the events from both Grands Prix held in March.

So just how much do you recall about the two weekends - not just the races themselves, but also the practice and qualifying sessions, the press conference interviews and the tantrums? The quiz features crashes, clashes and splashes (in the case of a very wet Malaysia at least!) in order to give your psyche a gentle pummelling. And no decent F1 quiz would be complete without a chaser question of motorsports history to set the context of the action to date, would it?

We hope the quiz revitalises those parts that other F1 quizzes can't quite reach, and to sweeten the medicine we're hoping that it's fun and interesting as well as merely stretching.

Just try and make sure you steer clear of Google, Wikipedia and all those other invaluable online repositories of knowledge (including Crash.net's own superlative news archives!) when you give the quiz a go in order to get the best therapeutic use out of the experience - we wouldn't want you subjected to any post-race disqualifications, now would we?

Ready to show us what you've got? To take the quiz, CLICK HERE.

Don't forget to let the doctor (and everyone else in the waiting room come to that) know how you did by clicking on the 'Post your comments' link below.

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1st place Jenson Button (GBR), McLaren Mercedes
2nd place Sebastian Vettel (GER), Red Bull Racing
25.03.2012- Race, Sergio Perez (MEX) Sauber F1 Team C31 2nd position
25.03.2012- Race, Fernando Alonso (ESP) Scuderia Ferrari F2012 race winner
25.03.2012- Race, Fernando Alonso (ESP) Scuderia Ferrari F2012 race winner, Sergio Perez (MEX) Sauber F1 Team C31 2nd position and Lewis Hamilton (GBR) McLaren Mercedes MP4-27 3rd position with Stefano Domenicali (ITA), Team Principal
Sebastian Vettel celebrates on the podium. Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg have to settle for second and third. Next stop: China...
Sebastian Vettel crosses the line to take his first win for Ferrari, 8.5s up on Lewis Hamilton
Sebastian Vettel makes his second and final stop on lap 38, re-joining just ahead of Nico Rosberg. Lewis Hamilton stops a few laps later, but is then unable to close the gap...
Behind, Daniil Kvyat and Nico Hulkenberg collide...
Sebastian Vettel pits on lap 18, but rejoins and closes back up, passing Hamilton just before the Mercedes driver has to stop again
Sebastian Vettel is able to pull out a lead – roughly about 10s – as its takes Lewis Hamilton until lap 11 to get back to second, having had to pass Carlos Sainz, Romain Grosjean and Nico  Hulkenberg
Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg rejoin and have to fight their way back through the traffic...
The safety car is deployed - but while both Mercedes’ pit for fresh rubber, Sebastian Vettel stays out and takes the lead. Nico Hulkenberg, Romain Grosjean, Carlos Sainz and Sergio Perez also continue
Marcus Ericsson spins out early on...
Lewis Hamilton leads from pole position at the start of the Malaysian Grand Prix
Sebastian Vettel - Ferrari
Daniil Kvyat - Red Bull
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April 08, 2012 1:32 PM
Last Edited 1213 days ago

My score was an emabarrassing 4. I just have no attention to that level of detail. Why should I be looking out for who was first on track at P1 at the Aus GP? Perhaps the questions should have been more like who passed who on the last lap of the Aus GP to gain two places?

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