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Quiz: How well do you know the Singapore Grand Prix?

F1's oldest night race takes place this weekend, so why not test your Singapore Grand Prix knowledge by taking the RealSport quiz!


F1 heads to Singapore as it embarks on the final series of flyaway races that will bring this electric season of Formula 1 to a close. While the action is hotting up on track, see how you measure up against your fellow F1 fans by testing your Singapore Grand Prix knowledge!

  1. 1 In what year was the first 'World Championship' Singapore Grand Prix held?

    1. 2008
    2. 2004
    3. 1966
    Correct!
    Wrong!

    2008!

    The first championship round in Singapore was 2008. The Singapore Grand Prix name was given to Formula Libre races in the country from 1966-73. Fellow night-race Bahrain had their first race in 2004, turning to a night-race in 2014

  2. 2 In which year was this podium picture taken?

    1. 2013
    2. 2014
    3. 2015
    Correct!
    Wrong!

    2014!

    Lewis Hamilton won in 2014 ahead of the Red Bull duo of Sebastian Vettel and Daniel Ricciardo

  3. 3 Who has more podiums in Singapore: Hamilton or Vettel?

    1. Lewis Hamilton
    2. Sebastian Vettel
    Correct!
    Wrong!

    Sebastian Vettel!

    Vettel has 6, whereas Hamilton only has 4. 

  4. 4 After the 'crashgate' scandal came to light in 2009, who replaced disgraced driver Nelson Piquet Jr in the Renault team?

    1. Kamui Kobayashi
    2. Giancarlo Fisichella
    3. Romain Grosjean
    Correct!
    Wrong!

    Romain Grosjean

    Romain Grosjean took Piquet's seat at the 2009 European Grand Prix, with Kamui Kobayashi taking over from Timo Glock in Brazil. Giancarlo Fisichella left Renault in 2006 and switched from Force India to Ferrari in 2009 in place of the injured Felipe Massa.

  5. 5 More on 'crashgate': Which corner did Nelson Piquet Jr crash at, triggering the infamous safety car that allowed Fernando Alonso to take victory?

    1. Turn 10
    2. Turn 17
    3. Turn 18
    Correct!
    Wrong!

    Turn 17!

    Piquet Jr crashed at turn 17, whilst turn 18 on the Marina Bay Street Circuit goes under the grandstand. Turn 10 was reprofiled from a chicane into a simple left-hander in 2015 after complaints from several drivers.

  6. 6 Which country locked out the front row on the 2013 Singapore grid?

    (And no, that image isn't from 2013!)

    1. Germany
    2. Finland
    3. Great Britain
    Correct!
    Wrong!

    Germany!

    Sebastian Vettel took pole in 2013 ahead of Nico Rosberg. Britain's world champions qualified 5th (Hamilton) and 8th (Button), whilst Finnish drivers Raikkonen and Bottas were 13th and 16th respectively.

  7. 7 How many times did 2009 World Champion Jenson Button stand on the Singapore GP podium?

    1. 1
    2. 2
    3. 3
    Correct!
    Wrong!

    2!

    He finished in 2nd place twice, in 2011 and 2012, both times behind Vettel.

  8. 8 How many different teams have won the Singapore Grand Prix at Marina Bay?

    1. 5
    2. 4
    3. 3
    Correct!
    Wrong!

    5!

    Renault, McLaren, Ferrari, Red Bull and Mercedes have all won races at Marina Bay. Red Bull have the most with 3, Ferrari on 2, with 1 each for Renault, McLaren and Mercedes.

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