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Formula 1 Circuits
F1 GP Tracks
"Some Formula 1 circuits have been in use for years. Others have not seen a race for many years. Can you identify these circuits?"
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
Which track included Brabham Straight, Surtees, Dingle Dell and Clark Curve?
A track made from existing roads, with a tunnel, a curve by a casino, and a swimming pool, has made this a most popular venue for F1.
Built in 1922 as a road course, the banking was last used in the tragic 1961 race.
Jackie Stewart called it "the Green Hell"; Niki Lauda was severely burned in an accident here in 1976.
Including sections of the RN138 and the RN840 roads, the wooded section of this track ran down to a hairpin curve.
Paul Ricard Le-Castellet
Graham Hill won here almost as often as he did at Monaco, yet it was here where he shattered his legs in an accident, hastening his decline.
Home to races from 1970 to 1987, this very fast track included curves called Hella-Licht and Sebringkurve.
With unpredictable weather at the track, drivers can go from a dry start into a sudden wall of spray; the Grands Prix moved to another track in 1970 but returned in 1982 after the track was redesigned.
Between 1950 and 1990, which American track hosted the greatest number of Grands Prix?
At which course was Ayrton Senna killed?
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