Red Bull ‘Jeopardy’
Give me Red Bull Racing for $100, Alex … (answers first, questions follow).
$100: This North Carolina town is known as “Race City U.S.A.” and also is the home of Red Bull Racing.
$200: AJ Allmendinger, the driver of the No. 84, left this type of open-wheel racing for greener pastures in NASCAR.
$300: The stock car division where Brian Vickers won rookie of the year in 2000, honed his driving skills and ultimately led him to Nextel Cup.
$400: The unsightly looking component that spans the rear deck lid on Red Bull Racing’s two Cars of Tomorrow.
$500: These quarter-sized “nuggets” are prematurely fastened with adhesive and help keep wheels attached to the car.
$600: The track where Red Bull Racing earned its first top-five finish, after Brian led an impressive 76 laps.
$700: The amount of fluid ounces in a slender can of Red Bull that reflects the car number on BV’s machine.
$800: This Englishman turned Canadian turned American was employee No. 1 at Red Bull Racing.
$900: Only this number of men is allowed over the wall to service the Red Bulls of AJ and Brian.
$1,000: As crew chief, he led the late Dale Earnhardt to the first of his seven NASCAR championships in 1980.
$100: What is Mooresville, N.C.?; $200: What is the Champ Car World Series? $300: What is the Hooters Pro Cup Series?; $400: What is a rear wing?; $500: What are lug nuts?; $600: What is Lowe’s Motor Speedway?; $700: What is 8.3?; $800: Who is Marty Gaunt?; $900: What is seven?; $1,000: Who is Doug Richert?