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Question 1: This configuration was also common in very small engined 1950s ________, in which the engines did not take up much space.
MicrocarEconomy carAutomobileBubble car

Question 2: In contrast to the rear-engined RR layout, the ________ of the engine is in front of the rear axle.
TireCenter of massVehicle dynamicsCar handling

Question 3: 2 and 3] The Audi R8 and the related ________, both longitudinal mid-engine, but with permanent four-wheel drive.
Direct-Shift GearboxBugatti EB110Bugatti RoyaleBugatti Veyron

Question 4: 4] Renault 5 Turbo by predecessor ________.
Renault ClioRenault 18Renault MéganeRenault 5

Question 5: It raced in 1923 and 1924 and was most successful in the ________ in Monza where it stood fourth.
Monaco Grand PrixItalian Grand PrixFrench Grand PrixGerman Grand Prix

Question 6: The Benz Tropfenwagen was designed by ________ along with Willy Walb and Hans Nibel.
Ferdinand PiëchFerdinand Anton Ernst PorscheFerdinand PorscheVolkswagen Group

Question 7: In automotive design, a RMR or Rear Mid-engine, ________ layout is one in which the rear wheels are driven by an engine placed just in front of them, behind the passenger compartment.
Front-engine, rear-wheel drive layoutFour-wheel driveAutomobile layoutFront-wheel drive

Question 8: They were decades before their time, although MR Miller Specials raced a few times at ________ between 1939 and 1947.
Indianapolis Motor SpeedwayIndianapolis 500 firsts1994 Indianapolis 500Indianapolis 500

Question 9: Later, Ferdinand Porsche used mid-engine design concept towards the ________ Grand Prix cars of the 1930s which became the first winning RMR racers.
Auto Union racing carAuto UnionDampf-Kraft-WagenAudi

Question 10: ________ and Porsche soon made Grand Prix RMR attempts with less initial success.
Scuderia FerrariAlfa RomeoMaseratiFerrari







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