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Sports car: Quiz


Question 1: The motor's distributed weight across the wheels, in a ________, provides excellent traction, but the significant mass behind the rear wheels makes it more prone to oversteer in some situations.
Porsche 964Porsche 997Porsche 911Porsche 911 classic

Question 2: Fiat Barchetta, Saab Sonett and ________.
Berkeley CarsRoyal EnfieldFord AngliaEngland

Question 3: The same year, Benz built a ________ 28/95PS four for the Coppa Florio; Max Sailer won.
Manifold (automotive)SuperchargerTurbochargerFour-stroke engine

Question 4: Another British manufacturer, ________, took a different approach in their Cerbera model.
Vauxhall MotorsAC CarsJaguar CarsTVR

Question 5: [citation needed] Some ________ sports cars even had three seats squeezed next to each other.
Tyrrell RacingBrabhamMcLarenMatra

Question 6: The arrangement was originally considered for the ________, but abandoned as impractical because of the difficulty for the driver to enter/exit the vehicle.
Lamborghini MurciélagoLamborghini CountachLamborghini MiuraLamborghini 350GT

Question 7: Two companies would offer the first really reliable sports cars: Austin with the Seven and ________ (MG) with the Midget.
MG Rover GroupBritish LeylandMG CarsMini

Question 8: The FF layout, however, is common in sport compacts and ________, and cars in general (excepting sports cars).
Hot hatchSuzuki CultusHatchbackFord Fiesta

Question 9: They are sometimes called "sports cars" for ________ purposes for increased advertising and promotional purposes.
Marketing managementBusiness marketingMarketingMarketing research

Question 10: Performance modifications of regular, production cars, such as sport compacts, sports sedans, muscle cars, ________ and the like, generally are not considered sports cars, yet share traits common to sports cars.
Hot hatchHatchbackFord FiestaSuzuki Cultus

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