F1 » F1 QUIZ: The 2013 mid-summer recap
We've just passed halfway in the 2013 world championship, and the F1 teams have been celebrating passing the midway point by taking a whole month off, merely on account of being exhausted. How dare they leave us high and dry for the entire month of August like this, with the drivers and constructors titles still up in the air?!
Still, it's a good opportunity for us to take stock and review the ten races of 2013 so far, so we've put together brief headline descriptions of each of this year's Grand Prix weekends to give you a quick Cliffs Notes digest of the main events of the season. All you have to do is match the description to the specific GP where it all happened.
Ten descriptions, ten races - so each GP is the right answer in one and only one case. If you double-up, something's gone wrong!
Using news archives either here on Crash.net or via Google, Wikipedia et al would probably be more hassle than help, so steer clear of outside help if you can - it'll make that taste of success feel so much sweeter if you do! And why not let us know how you get on by using the comments section to impress us with your triumphs?
Ready to start? The first question is below. Good luck!
Question 1. Mark Webber was forced to start from the back after running out of fuel in qualifying, Esteban Gutierrez made an impact in the race by driving into the back of Adrian Sutil, and Sebastian Vettel narrowly failed to make it onto the podium after losing out on third place to Lewis Hamilton.