Car racing questions This is a list of recently added questions about car racing. Play car racing quiz and see all the questions. What did Niki Lauda after the end of a career in F-1?He ran his own airline. Austrian Lauda Air is a charter airline based in Vienna, which was founded by Niki Lauda. In 1999 he sold his shares in Austrian Airlines. At the end of 2003 he launched a second, competitive airline Niki.Created by: Krzysztof MoskalAustria riddles »average 69% coached extreme sportscoached extreme sports699He ran his own airlineHe ran his own airline5612He was in space as astronautHe was in space as astronaut667He bought and ran a football teamHe bought and ran a football team1047 Winner of which motorsport competition is awarded the Borg-Warner Trophy?Indianapolis 500. The Borg-Warner Trophy is presented to the winner of the Indianapolis 500. It is over 5 feet (162.5 cm) tall and weighs 153 pounds (45 kg). On the cup, there is a face of every winner since the beginning of the race in 1911. he trophy stays at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Hall of Fame Museum, while the winner receives an 18-inch replica named the "Baby Borg,".Created by: globalquiz.orgtrophies riddles »hard 56% Formula OneFormula One868Le Mans 24hLe Mans 24h1562Indianapolis 500Indianapolis 5004235Moto GPMoto GP821 What is this steering device for?Formula One car. There is no dashboard in Formula One cars, all the available controls are integrated into the steering wheel. It can be used to change gears, adjust fuel/air mix, change brake pressure, and call the radio. Data such as engine rpm, lap times, speed, and gear is displayed on an LCD screen. The wheel alone can cost about $50,000.Created by: globalquiz.orgcars riddles »very easy 83% Nintendo video gameNintendo video game518radio controlled toyradio controlled toy386Formula One carFormula One car10054MQ-1 Predator combat droneMQ-1 Predator combat drone1085 Which Formula 1 driver is known for his emotionless style and dislike of giving media interviews?Kimi Raikkonen. Raikkonen frequently answers questions in a blunt and monosyllabic manner. When asked "The helmet has a special meaning for many drivers. How important is it to you?", Kimi replies "It protects my head."Created by: globalquiz.orgmotor sports riddles »hard 52% Michael SchumacherMichael Schumacher2038Kimi RaikkonenKimi Raikkonen6141Fernando AlonsoFernando Alonso2016Lewis HamiltonLewis Hamilton1554 This race car was developed and built between 1933 and 1939. What brand was it?Auto Union was the predecessor of Audi. The car was extremely difficult to handle, but its tremendous power and acceleration were undeniable - a driver could induce wheelspin at over 100 mph (160 km/h). Silver arrows of Auto Union and Mercedes Benz dominated car racing until the outbreak of World War II.Created by: globalquiz.orglogo riddles »very hard 29% AudiAudi2112FerrariFerrari558Auto UnionAuto Union1312JaguarJaguar503 What does 500 stand for in "Indianapolis 500"?500 miles. The circuit is 2,5 mile long, so it takes 200 laps to complete the 500 mile race.Created by: Nguyễn Thị Minhraces riddles »hard 44% 500 miles500 miles5429500 laps500 laps4050500 minutes500 minutes838500 cc500 cc1763 How many drivers are there for each car at the 24 Hours of Le Mans endurance race?Three. Until the 1980s, there were teams in which only two drivers competed. By the end of the decade, the rules were changed to stipulate that at least three drivers must drive each car, for safety reasons.Created by: Rajinder BhutiaLe Mans riddles »hard 45% oneone1991twotwo3238threethree4709nonenone318 Which country banned motor racing from 1958 to 2007?Switzerland. In 1958 motor racing was banned by the Swiss government as an unsafe spectator sport following the death of 80 people at the 1955 24 Hours of Le Mans race. The Swiss Grand Prix was held in 1975 and 1982 in France. The ban continued until 2007.Created by: globalquiz.orgSwitzerland riddles »hard 51% RussiaRussia1790SwitzerlandSwitzerland5711GreeceGreece1336MalaysiaMalaysia2260 A tragic car accident happened during the 1955 24 Hours of Le Mans motor race. How many people died?84. The Le Mans Disaster was the most catastrophic accident in motorsport history. 83 spectators and driver Pierre Levegh were killed, whilst 120 more were injured. The death of the spectators was blamed on inadequate safety standards for track design.Created by: globalquiz.orgsport riddles »hard 45% nonenone2302211632727240784843133 Winners of the Indianapolis 500 race do not celebrate with a bottle of Champagne. What do they get instead?Milk. The tradition of drinking milk was founded in 1933. Since 1956, only one driver has broken it: In 1993, Emerson Fittipaldi drank a celebratory bottle of orange juice. He owned several orange groves in Sao Paolo, and wanted to promote the citrus industry.Created by: Kasiaprizes riddles »hard 49% whiskeywhiskey2497rosesroses2023beerbeer2023milkmilk6530 Play cars quiz and see all the questions.