QUIZ 1 | How well do you know your Bennetts BSB?

BSB Quiz

Our weekly trivia quiz is your chance to put your Bennetts British Superbike knowledge to the test! Here's this week's selection...

 

Question 1 - BSB Quiz

Q1. Which out of the following Bennetts BSB champions has won the most races?

a) Niall Mackenzie   

b) Steve Hislop   

c) John Reynolds

 

BSB trivia questions

Q2. Which out of the following nationalities has won the most Bennetts British Superbike races?

a) Spain   

b) Japan   

c) Australia

 

Josh Brook Quiz

Q3. Josh Brookes is one of just two Australian riders to lift the the iconic Bennetts BSB title.

Can you name the other rider?


British Superbike Trivia Questions

Q4. Eyes down...

Who's this young Bennetts BSB rider?

 

BSB Quiz 2

Q5. Firestarter...

Can you name the rider and the year this photo was taken? 

 

British Superbike Trivia Questions

Q6. Warming up...

Who's this having a stretch in pit lane? 

 

Trivia Bennetts BSB

Q7. Exhausting work...

Can you identify the rider and the year?

 

British Superbike Questions

Q8. Two's company, three's a crowd... 

Riders? Year? Circuit?

 

Superbike Quiz

Q9. Footloose... 

Do you know this rider from 2016?

 

Shakey Byrne Quiz

Q10. Shane 'Shakey' Byrne has won a staggering six Bennetts BSB titles!

But in what year did he win his first?

 

 

ANSWERS:

Q1) John Reynolds

Q2) Japan

Q3) Troy Bayliss

Q4) Tarran Mackenzie

Q5) Jake Dixon, 2016

Q6) Neil Hodgson

Q7) Steve Plater, 2003

Q8) Rispoli, Winfield, Hopkins. 2016. Knockhill 

Q9) Josh Hook 

Q10) 2003

 

Photo Credits: Impact Images Photography 

 

 

 

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