Q1. Mid Night Club was a street racing gang from what city?
Q2. What kind of car did Steve McQueen drive during the famous chase scene in Bullit?
1971 AMC Gremlin
1968 Ford Mustang
1967 Chevy Camaro
1989 Isuzu Amigo
Q3. A car spoiler is?
A special refrigerator that keeps food cold on long road trips.
That drunk buddy who throws up all over your dash.
A device to modify air flow to increase fuel efficiency and handling.
An industry insider with pics of the latest concept cars.
Q4. "Drifting" is a driving technique where the driver?
Intentionally oversteers, causing lost traction in the rear wheels in turns while keeping vehicle control.
Slowly cruises past high schools or college campuses looking for a date.
Puts a car with automatic transmission in drive then exits while it is rolling to dance beside it.
Activates cruise control and takes a nap on long stretches of straight road. Also called "driving by braille."
Q5. What is the name of Bo and Luke Duke's 69 Dodge Charger in the TV series "The Dukes of Hazzard"?
Q6. In the 2009 film Fast & Furious, Vin Diesel's character Dominic Toretto drives what two kinds of cars?
Chevrolet Chevelle SS and Dodge Charger R/T
Nissan Skyline GTR R34 and Subaru Impreza WRX STI
Trabant 601 S and Yugo 65 efi
Toyota 4Runner SE and Volkswagen Jetta GL
Q7. "Racing for pink slips" means?
The loser must paint their car with pink racing stripes.
The winner walks away with the coveted Pink Slippers rear view mirror ornament
The winner keeps the opponent's car
The loser has to wear a pink g-string for the rest of the year
Oxide is a chemical compound used in street racing vehicles to?
Increase an engine's power output
Give the driver a short but intense feeling of euphoria right before a race
Polish the rims and give them that special sparkle
Remove built-up rust in the gas tank
Q9. What is Ferrari's famous corporate logo?
The cartoon character Yosemite Sam, yelling "Back off!"
A dragon with fire belching from its nostrils
Zinga the bulldog
A black prancing stallion on a yellow shield
Q10. A 10-second-car...
Reaches 60MPH in 10 seconds or less.
Runs a quarter mile in 10.999 seconds or less.
Burns through its tank of gas in 10 seconds or less.
Takes 10 seconds to start in the morning. In other words, it's a junker.