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How well do you know the F1 season so far?

How well do you know the F1 season so far?

Woahhh, they’re halfway there! Test your knowledge with our mid-season quiz as F1 gears up for the German Grand Prix

To absolutely no one’s surprise, it’s been an action-packed Formula One season so far, and things don’t look to be changing anytime soon…

Formula One 2018 Emirates German Grand Prix, Sunday July 22, 2.10pm, Sky Sports F1/HD (CH 516 /506)

As the 2018 Formula One season heads to Germany’s spectacular Hockenheimring, we’ve already been treated to a sizeable amount of drama, mayhem and no-holds-barred wheel-to-wheel action. So much so, in fact, that we’ve only just begun to regain our breath and shake the throaty roar of those hybrid engines from our ears.


And with the German circuit’s tendency to throw up some racing chaos and a championship lead that’s been tossed around like a hot potato, you’d be forgiven for wanting a quick lie down. It’s one of those seasons that could go right down to the wire, as Louis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel trade pole positions, wins and disappointing finishes.

Feel lost yet? With the already lengthy list of incidents, crashes, engine failures and overtakes to have graced Formula One gearing up to get even larger, if only there was a handy way to recap the season so far and test your F1 knowledge…


Well, scroll down and you may just find the very quiz you’ve been pining for. Will you be drenched in champagne, or left rueing missed chances and wondering about what could have been…?

Formula One 2018 Emirates German Grand Prix, Sunday July 22, 2.10pm, Sky Sports F1/HD (CH 516 /506)


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