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Niki Lauda is the only Austrian to have won his home Grand Prix, but how many of his fellow countrymen have also scored a podium on home soil?
In terms of distance Spielberg is the shortest track on the calendar – true or false?
Which Italian driver walked away from this enormous accident in the 1985 race in Austria?
Which record that had been held exclusively by Jackie Stewart since 1970 did Lewis Hamilton equal at last year’s Austrian Grand Prix?
Which driver joined Michael Schumacher and Rubens Barrichello on the podium following the infamous 2002 Austrian Grand Prix?
Which team holds the record for most wins in Austria?
Which British driver fulfilled a bet to shave off his trademark beard after winning the 1976 Austrian Grand Prix?
At the 2014 Austrian Grand Prix, what did Valtteri Bottas become the seventh Finnish driver in history to do?
In the video below, which two future F1 race winners are seen fighting over second place in the 1997 Austrian Grand Prix?
What links these five drivers: Lorenzo Bandini, Vittorio Brambilla, John Watson, Alan Jones and Elio de Angelis?
“Not bad for an old man!” Which driver said this moments after crossing the line in last year’s race at Spielberg?
The 1976 and 1977 Austrian Grands Prix were won by two different teams, neither of which would go on to win in F1 again. Name those teams.
Which driver was lucky to escape unscathed when his McLaren hit a deer during practice for the Austrian Grand Prix in 1987?
Zeltweg Airfield, venue for the inaugural Austrian Grand Prix in 1964, is the only circuit beginning with the letter ‘Z’ to have held a world championship race – true or false?
Which driver scored a record three Austrian wins in four years between 1983 and 1986?
1. Zero – Lauda is the only Austrian to score a home podium; 2. False – Monaco, Mexico and Brazil are shorter; 3. Ligier's Andrea de Cesaris; 4. The record for consecutive races led, which was 17; 5. Juan Pablo Montoya; 6. McLaren with six; 7. John Watson; 8. Finish a race on the podium; 9. Jordan’s Giancarlo Fisichella and Prost’s Jarno Trulli; 10. They all scored their maiden Grand Prix wins in Austria; 11. Williams’ Felipe Massa, who had just finished third; 12. Penske and Shadow; 13. Stefan Johansson; 14. False – Zandvoort in the Netherlands and Zolder in Belgium have also hosted rounds; 15. Alain Prost.
How did you get on?
0-5: Back of the grid
6-10: Solid midfield runner
11-15: Top of the podium