Who's Driving? Quiz - Part Two

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Who's Driving? Quiz - Part Two

Post by Cheeveer » 12 years ago

Lunatic Armchair wrote:Cheever got the driver and Track correct.

But it was 1974 not 1975 :oops:
Guess it's me then :wink:

So now, who is this?

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Post by Seppi » 12 years ago

2003 at Indianapolis
Mario Andretti
Dallara IR-03

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Post by Cheeveer » 12 years ago

Seppi wrote:2003 at Indianapolis
Mario Andretti
Dallara IR-03
Thought you've been hiding for a while :wink:
Your turn, go ahead.
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Post by Cheeveer » 12 years ago

Lunatic Armchair wrote:Cheever got the driver and Track correct.

But it was 1974 not 1975 :oops:
To correct someone of us, I think that should be Atlanta, not Charlotte.
Still you Seppi.
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Post by Seppi » 12 years ago

Cheeveer wrote:Thought you've been hiding for a while :wink:
Your turn, go ahead.
No, not hiding just busy for a while...
I'll be back tomorrow with my teaser :twisted:

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Post by Lunatic Armchair » 12 years ago

Cheeveer wrote:
Lunatic Armchair wrote:Cheever got the driver and Track correct.

But it was 1974 not 1975 :oops:
To correct someone of us, I think that should be Atlanta, not Charlotte.
Still you Seppi.
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Post by Seppi » 12 years ago

OK, a sportscar teaser from the archives...

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Post by Cheeveer » 12 years ago

BRM P138 (not sure about the type)
George Eaton
1971
Interserie
Salzburgring
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Post by Seppi » 12 years ago

Cheeveer wrote:BRM P138 (not sure about the type)
George Eaton
1971
Interserie
Salzburgring
Year and series correct

The BRM P138 was an F1 car :wink:
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Helmut Kelleners
March 707
Zolder
1971
Interserie

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Post by Seppi » 12 years ago

futuretiger9 wrote:Helmut Kelleners
March 707
Zolder
1971
Interserie
Still only year & series correct :whistling:

Over 12 hours... I'm doing well :shock:
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Post by Cheeveer » 12 years ago

It's not impossible that's Norisring. I am pretty sure that is some kind of BRM P154 or 167. Driver is trickier. If it is Norisring it's not Pedro Rodriguez and it wasn't George Eaton. Vic Elford?
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Post by Everso Biggyballies » 12 years ago

is that a P167, (P154?) Hockenheim Interserie Brian Redman? A racewinning combo?

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Post by futuretiger9 » 12 years ago

Everso Biggyballies wrote:is that a P167, (P154?) Hockenheim Interserie Brian Redman? A racewinning combo?

It looks like Redman's helmet.

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Post by Seppi » 12 years ago

Sorry for the delay guys but I have been at the race track all day :smiley:

Everso is the closest, with four out of five. Only the circuit wrong.

Year : 1971
Series : Interserie
Driver : Brian Redman
Car & model : BRM P167
Circuit : ???

Everso was even correct when he said that it was a winning combo! Redman had two wins with the BRM in 1971... and Everso chose the wrong one Image Image

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