MotoGP » MotoGP 2013: Two races in, are you on top of the action?
MotoGP is back at full throttle, starting with the now-traditional night race in Qatar and then heading to the Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas for the very first time. The first race saw a Yamaha 1-2 and the second was the Honda riposte, meaning no one has a clue how the rest of 2013 will shape up.
While we've got a brief break before the next MotoGP in Jerez on May 5, we figured it was the perfect time to take a look back over the events of the two April events to date and make sure that nothing important has slipped your notice.
For the first MotoGP Quiz of 2013 we've collected together a dozen questions to make sure you're firing on all cylinders. Some are about Qatar, some about Austin, while others take a broader or more historical view. There should be something for everyone!
All the information has already appeared on Crash.net so this shouldn't be too difficult for you. Do try and steer clear of looking up answers (on Google, Wikipedia, etc.) until you're done, though - it's more fun that way, and afterwards you get to boast with a totally clear conscience in the comments section about how well you did!
Ready to start? Here's the first question for you...
Question 1. In the first two MotoGPs of 2013, only three riders have led a lap: Jorge Lorenzo has led over half, with the rest split between Honda team mates Dani Pedrosa and Marc Marquez. How many race laps have there been in total?