10 most difficult cars riddles A list of ten (out of 38) cars related questions that are the most often answered incorrectly Cars quiz A tragic disaster occurred during the 1955 24 Hours of Le Mans motor race. The leading Mercedes flung into the crowd, killing 83 spectators. Who won the race?Hawthorn/Bueb of Jaguar. Despite death of 83 spectators and 120 injured, the race was continued. Eight hours after the accident, while leading the race, the Mercedes team withdrew their cars. Mercedes invited Jaguar to also retire, but they declined.very hard 17% nobodynobody40%Levegh/Fitch of Mercedes (posthumous)Levegh/Fitch of Mercedes (posthumous)26%Fangio/Moss of MercedesFangio/Moss of Mercedes15%Hawthorn/Bueb of JaguarHawthorn/Bueb of Jaguar17%Created by: Andy Sealy. Statistics based on 4130 answers in 2 languages »Le Mans riddles » 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.very hard 24% AudiAudi53%FerrariFerrari12%Auto UnionAuto Union24%JaguarJaguar9%Created by: globalquiz.org. Statistics based on 8410 answers in 2 languages »logo riddles » Which of the Japanese motorcycle manufacturers is the largest?Honda is the largest motorcycle manufacturer in Japan and has been since it started production in 1955. In 1960, Honda was also the first among them to begin exporting to the U.S. very hard 27% SuzukiSuzuki15%KawasakiKawasaki23%YamahaYamaha32%HondaHonda27%Created by: Bùi Đình Luật. Statistics based on 6569 answers in 2 languages »car brands riddles » Where does the Bridgestone Corporation, maker of the Bridgestone tires, come from?Japan. The company was founded in 1931 in Kurume, Japan. The name is derived from founder Shojiro Ishibashi's last name, which translates literally to "stone bridge." In 1988, Bridgestone purchased American Firestone Tire and Rubber Company.very hard 28% the United Statesthe United States20%the United Kingdomthe United Kingdom40%GermanyGermany10%JapanJapan28%Created by: Kasia. Statistics based on 8950 answers in 2 languages »tires riddles » What is the meaning of the Italian word "Ferrari"?Smith. "Ferrari" is the third most common surname in Italy. The word has the same root as Italian "ferro" (iron) or Latin "ferrum" (thus, Fe for iron).very hard 28% speedyspeedy14%furiousfurious12%racehorseracehorse45%SmithSmith28%Created by: globalquiz.org. Statistics based on 10517 answers in 4 languages »surnames riddles » Which company is the largest manufacturer of trucks? (over 3500kg)Isuzu. In 2011, Isuzu manufactured 447,000 large trucks. It was followed by Dongfeng Motor (337,000) and Volvo (300,000).very hard 29% VolvoVolvo52%IsuzuIsuzu29%TataTata12%ToyotaToyota5%Created by: globalquiz.org. Statistics based on 5274 answers in 2 languages »industry riddles » Who discovered the rubber vulcanization process?Charles Goodyear for many years improved the method of hardening the rubber. When he succeeded in 1839, investors were already offended by earlier failures. Charles died in misery, and Goodyear company, named in his honor, has nothing to do with him.very hard 30% Charles GoodyearCharles Goodyear30%John Boyd DunlopJohn Boyd Dunlop25%Edouard MichelinEdouard Michelin29%Giovanni Battista PirelliGiovanni Battista Pirelli13%Created by: GabrielBaran. Statistics based on 12314 answers in 2 languages »inventors riddles » Which of these companies never produced bikes?Ford. Most of old car manufacturer companies started as factories producing bikes, or even sewing machines as had been the Opel case. Henry Ford established his enterprise relatively late, starting straight producing cars. On the photo: brothers' Opel quint bike.very hard 33% PeugeotPeugeot17%OpelOpel14%FordFord33%RoverRover33%Created by: smyru. Statistics based on 1992 answers in 2 languages »bicycles riddles » What is the second largest car manufacturer in Japan? (after Toyota)Nissan. In 2011, Nissan manufactured 4,6 million automobiles and was the sixth in the world, behind G.M., Volkswagen, Toyota, Hyundai and Ford.very hard 35% NissanNissan35%HondaHonda37%MitsubishiMitsubishi16%MazdaMazda10%Created by: Hitter smasher. Statistics based on 12261 answers in 2 languages »brands riddles » What company was the German car manufacturer NSU transformed to?Audi was created in 1969 as a result of NSU and The Auto Union company merge. The former NSU manufacturing plant in Neckarsulm is still used for Audi assembly, and the current Audi AG shares trade under the ticker symbol "NSU".hard 40% PorschePorsche13%AudiAudi40%OpelOpel23%TrabantTrabant22%Created by: Kasia. Statistics based on 15635 answers in 2 languages »Germany riddles » Play cars quiz and see all the questions.