Our latest F1 quiz challenges you to name all the drivers who have won the Monaco Grand Prix on more than one occasion.
When it comes to discussing the most iconic stops on the Formula 1 calendar, at the very top of this list you’ll find Monaco.
Since 1955, the Monaco Grand Prix has only been absent for one season, being 2020 when the global pandemic forced its cancellation.
One of the toughest laps in the world as drivers parade their cars through the streets of Monte Carlo, the setting of Monaco brings glamor to Formula 1 and iconic yacht parties – Kimi Raikkonen knows them well!
And while any Grand Prix victory is important in Formula 1, Monaco actually has a wider significance in the world of motorsport as winning the Monaco Grand Prix is part of the “Triple Crown of Motorsport”, complete with the addition of the 24 Hours of Victory at Le Mans and the Indianapolis 500m.
Winning the Monaco Grand Prix once is a defining feat for any driver, but there are 16 who have gone further than that by winning the Monaco Grand Prix multiple times.
Six victories in Monaco constitute the current record.
So, with 15 minutes on the clock, your task is to identify all 16 pilots.
We have given you some additional information in the form of the year each driver first won in Monaco.
But beware, there is one name on this list in particular that will put you to the test: their victories in Monaco were in fact their only Formula 1 wins! Name them and you’ve pretty much hit the Monte Carlo jackpot.
Once you’ve warmed up with this quiz, why not try nominating every driver to race for Benetton? If this one isn’t for you, you can access our wholesome collection of quizzes by searching for “F1 quiz” in the PlanetF1 search bar.
Also, be sure to give Sportword a try if you haven’t already. This is Planet Sport’s version of the five-letter guessing game, with six attempts to come up with a new Formula 1-related word each day.
But first, it’s time to name these multiple winners of Monaco! Good luck and let us know your scores in the comments section.