The Big Formula Once Engine Quiz
The Ferrari flat twelve was very successful in the 1970s. Why did it disappear?
- It was too thirsty
- Excess weight
- Turbocharging took over
- The designer died
Honda's 2015 RA615H power unit was infamously weak. How much collective power (ICE+hybrid) did it actually push out?
What was the innovative but unsuccessful all wheel drive Lotus 56B powered by?
- A Wankel rotary
- A diesel
- A Porsche flat six
- An Indycar V8
- A gas turbine
What was Cosworth working on before bucking to the trends and settling on a V6 for their late debut in the turbo era?
- A turbo variant of the DFV V8
- A four cylinder
- A rotary
- An Indycar-based engine
- A three cylinder
In 2002, Arrows used Asiatech V10 engines. What were they based on?
After losing Honda in 1992, McLaren had four different engine suppliers in four years. Which were they?
- BMW, Yamaha, Judd, Ilmor
- Ford, Lamborghini, Peugeot, Mercedes-Benz
- Renault, Ferrari, Alfa Romeo, Subaru
- Cosworth, Judd, Mugen, Hart
Besides Ferrari, Alfa Romeo and Subaru/Motori Moderni, which other manufacturer raced a flat-12?
Which brand of engine was responsible for this legendary fireball?
Driver Bruno Giacomelli once complained the Life F35 W12 made a strange unexpected noise. What did he suspect was wrong?
- Snapped timing chain
- Loose balance weights
- Clogged injectors
- Broken exhaust
- All the cylinders were operating as normal
Where did the unique Scarab get its engine from?
- A sportscar
- A rally car
- A failed prototype road car
- Drag racing