F1 » F1 QUIZ: China and Bahrain in the rear-view mirror

It's a longer-than-usual break between Grand Prix races as the teams return from their gruelling long haul start to the 2013 season and gird themselves in preparation for the first race of the European leg in Barcelona. And that means there's extra time for a brand new F1 Quiz to ruminate on the events so far!

What with ongoing tension at Red Bull over team orders, Ferrari's uneven start to the year, and McLaren still on the back foot, it's proving a fascinating time in F1. Lots to pay attention to, in other words, and you can rely on Crash.net to keep you informed of everything that's afoot!

We like to make sure it's all sinking in, of course - and that's why it's time for another quiz refresher to make sure everyone's paying attention so far. Here's ten questions about the Chinese and Bahrain GPs covering both this year's races as well as a little history of both events, plus the state of the season overall at the conclusion of the first four races.

Best if you try answering all the questions first time through without looking things up on Google, Wikipedia or even Crash.net's news archives, because that way you'll be able to brag in all good conscience in the comments section about how well you did.

Ready to rock and roll? Then here's your starter for ten ...





Question 1. The Chinese and Bahrain Grand Prix events both débuted on the FIA world championship calendar in the same season. Which year was that?
  Question 1 of 10

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