The Formula 1 vs. Sprint Cup Quiz
Do you prefer your race cars with open wheels and aerodynamic wings, or with full fenders racing on oval tracks? Find a new appreciation for "the other side" with this Formula 1 vs. Sprint Cup quiz.
Which series debuted in 1946?
Which series had a lower-ranked division of supercharged cars called the Voiturette division?
Which series was dominated by V10 engines in the early 2000s?
In which series are pit stops completed in about 12 seconds?
In which series is refueling during the race banned?
Which series' championship was won by Mario Andretti in 1978?
Which series allows only six crew members (with a seventh later in the race) over the wall during pit stops?
The cars use turbocharged engines in which series (as of 2016)?
Which series' cars generate between 700 and 800 horsepower?
Which series began racing at Austin, Texas, in 2012?
Cars that are capable of producing well over 3,000 pounds of aerodynamic downforce race in which series?
Which series' championship has car owner Rick Hendrick won 11 times (as of 2016)?
Which series' championship did Michael Schumacher win seven times?
Which series' championship was won by a car powered by a Ford engine every year from 1968 through 1974?
Which series last suffered an on-track fatality in 2001?
In which series did Jim Clark race in the 1960s?
Which series' championship was won by a Toyota in 2015?
Which series drives exclusively on road and street courses?
Which series has 21 races on the schedule for 2016?
The top speed record for one of the series is 212 mph. Which series?
Which series has raced more times at Watkins Glen International Speedway?
Which series was dominated by McLaren in the 1980s and early 90s?
In which series did Cale Yarborough compete in the 1970s and 80s?
Which series didn't allow fuel-injected engines until 2012?
Which series uses a drag reduction system to increase top speeds and increase passing opportunities?
In which series does a virtual safety car restrict speeds during on-track incidents?
Which series uses standing starts, in which the cars accelerate from stationary positions when the initial green flag is given to begin the race?
Which series uses the "green-white-checker" rule, which may cause the race to run for additional laps if there is a late caution?
Which series uses a beneficiary rule, allowing the first lapped car behind the leader to regain a lost lap during a caution period?
Which series uses an elimination qualifying system?