F1 » F1 QUIZ: Test your knowledge of Britain and Germany 2013!

After a flurry of two Grand Prix events in as many weekends, it's a longer-than-usual break between races now with the teams using the extra time to carry out the young driver/emergency tyre test at Silverstone. That's all well and good for them, but how do the rest of us keep ourselves amused in the meantime?!

We figured that a quiz was called for, looking back at the last two rapid fire races in Britain and Germany. How much do you remember - or is it all starting to blur together? If so, here's a chance to get your head straight again before the Hungaroring.

There are ten questions about the races at Silverstone and Nurburgring, starting with qualifying exclusions and tyre blow-outs in Britain before moving in to pit stops, retirements and accidents in Germany.

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

Ready to start? Your starter question awaits below ...





Question 1. After a wet start, the 2013 British Grand Prix enjoyed some decent weather and was a huge success, attracting 294,000 spectators over the course of the three days and boasting the third biggest attendance of all time on race day itself. How many people were at Silverstone on Sunday to see Nico Rosberg win the race?
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