Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Indianapolis Trivia

Here’s a little Indianapolis trivia to get you ready for Sunday’s Allstate 400 (answers below).

1. Indianapolis Motor Speedway rests at what intersection?
2. Counting infield seating, the capacity of Indianapolis eclipses what mark?
3. This German driver owns the most victories at Indianapolis with five.
4. Only one driver has competed in NASCAR, IndyCar and Formula One at Indianapolis. Who is he?
5. What driver set the Allstate 400 qualifying record in 2004 with a lap of 186.293 mph?
6. The Brickyard Crossing Golf Resort features how many holes inside the race track?
7. What is the slang term used to describe the straightaways between the first and second, and third and fourth turns?
8. How many bricks were used in the Brickyard’s first repaving project in the early 1900s?
9. During Allstate 400 weekend, this nearby speedway hosts support races to complement the “big track.”
10. How many laps has Brian Vickers led in his four races at Indianapolis?

1. West 16th Street and Georgetown Road. 2. 400,000. 3. Michael Schumacher. 4. Juan Pablo Montoya. 5. Casey Mears. 6. Four. 7. Short chutes. 8. 3.2 million. 9. O’Reilly Raceway Park. 10. 16.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

nice trivia questions, I only knew a few. It was on our news about the 400,000 people driving on Interstate 74 to get to the race. (the cops will be out they said) Lets hope Brian can be in front a lot more this race and be in Victory Lane! It's time for the BULLS to take the race by the horns!
Good Luck to Brian and AJ this weekend! :)
We Believe

10:55 AM  
Anonymous Gangsta said...

Cool new pit crew video at teamredbull.com.

11:06 AM  
Anonymous bvlovin83 said...

We're all kind of been wondering how did the third round of the hptour go for BV because the hptour website hasn't given any updates from the Chicago outing yet. Just Curious to know. Thanks

12:05 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The #83 should be the darkhorse this weekend. They're capable of pulling of a win. I recall the #83 being invited to the Goodyear tire test at Indy a few months ago. Hopefully that's gives the Red Bull cars an edge on all the others.

I was expecting the first half of the year review video yesterday, not the pitcrew video but oh well, they're late as usual, lol.

12:07 PM  
Anonymous 83fanatic said...

Champions win at Indy. Go back and look at the list of winners here. Winning here would be HUGE. Good luck both teams this weekend.

1:42 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Doesn't mean it's not possible. BV is a champion and hopefully this weekend he can remind everyone of that.

2:12 PM  
Anonymous 83fanatic said...

Not saying anything like what you read. I said champions win at Indy- no reason AJ or BV can't do the same. Adding your name to that list would be huge. No Michael Waltrip's on that list!

2:15 PM  
Anonymous Gangsta said...

I think BV finished 3rd here in 2005.

6:48 AM  
Anonymous 83fanatic said...

Nascar with yet another BS ruling! If you can't run with the big dogs-stay on the porch! Tough one for the Nationwide Toy teams.

2:05 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I agree. It's a shame that NASCAR needs to take away power from Toyota so the other manufacturers don't need to invest more money for their engine program to catch up. Pathetic, just pathetic.

3:46 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

That Nationwide ruling is a load of crap. Toyota came in to NASCAR playing by THEIR rules, building a push-rod engine for the first time since 1995 (the last production Toyota to have that kind of engine in it was the '95 Land Cruiser and you still won't find it in ANY Toyota) just so WE could play by THEIR rules and now they pull that crap. GIVE ME A BREAK!!! Oh, by the way, NASCAR did this to Toyota in the trucks last year, too, making them get rid of a engine part that was within the rules, but just made the trucks go faster! I'm glad I found out about this after my dad went out of town - I would never hear the end of it from him about how much crap that is. (My dad works for Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A. in an office, not a dealership, so this kinda hits a very big nerve.)


8:25 PM  

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