FSG Mock Quiz 2

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  • 1. 

    During the Endurance procedure,in the passinng zone the slow leading vehicle will be shown _____flag and drive in ____lane.

    • A.

      Green,slow

    • B.

      Blue,fast

    • C.

      Green,fast

    • D.

      Blue,slow

    Correct Answer
    D. Blue,slow
    Explanation
    During the Endurance procedure, in the passing zone, the slow leading vehicle will be shown a blue flag and drive in the slow lane. This is because the blue flag is commonly used in motorsports to indicate that a slower vehicle should move aside to allow faster vehicles to pass. The slow lane is designated for slower vehicles to maintain a safe speed while allowing faster vehicles to overtake them.

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  • 2. 

    Which of the following are completely true about steering wheel?

    • A.

      Lt must be no more than 250 mm rearward of the front hoop. This distance is measured horizontally, on the vehicle centerline, from the rear surface of the front hoop to the forward most surface of the steering wheel with the steering in any position.

    • B.

      L must be no more than 200 mm front of the main hoop. This distance is measured horizontally, on the vehicle centerline, from the rear surface of the front hoop to the forward most surface of the steering wheel with the steering in any position.

    • C.

      L must be no more than 200 mm rearward of the front hoop. This distance is measured horizontally, on the vehicle centerline, from the rear surface of the front hoop to the forward most surface of the steering wheel with the steering in a specific position

    • D.

      L must be no more than 250 mm rearward of the front hoop. This distance is measured horizontally, on the vehicle centerline, from the rear surface of the main hoop to the forward most surface of the steering wheel with the steering in any position.

    Correct Answer
    A. Lt must be no more than 250 mm rearward of the front hoop. This distance is measured horizontally, on the vehicle centerline, from the rear surface of the front hoop to the forward most surface of the steering wheel with the steering in any position.
    Explanation
    The correct answer states that the steering wheel must be no more than 250 mm rearward of the front hoop. This means that the distance between the rear surface of the front hoop and the forward most surface of the steering wheel should not exceed 250 mm when measured horizontally on the vehicle centerline. This measurement should be taken with the steering wheel in any position.

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  • 3. 

    Which of the following listed requirements are considered  for a testing/operating environment to qualify as safe-

    • A.

      Driver wearing full protection gear incl. arm restraints.

    • B.

      Rules compliant chassis and mounted impact attenuator.

    • C.

      No running at speeds below typical event speeds.

    • D.

      Working TSAL, IMD, AMS, ASSI, RES, EBS, APPS/brake pedal plausibility check, APPS, and ETC plausibility check if applicable.

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Driver wearing full protection gear incl. arm restraints.
    B. Rules compliant chassis and mounted impact attenuator.
    D. Working TSAL, IMD, AMS, ASSI, RES, EBS, APPS/brake pedal plausibility check, APPS, and ETC plausibility check if applicable.
    Explanation
    The listed requirements are considered for a testing/operating environment to qualify as safe because they ensure the driver's safety and compliance with rules and regulations. The driver wearing full protection gear, including arm restraints, helps to minimize the risk of injury in case of an accident. The presence of a rules compliant chassis and mounted impact attenuator ensures the structural integrity of the vehicle and its ability to absorb impact forces. The working TSAL, IMD, AMS, ASSI, RES, EBS, APPS/brake pedal plausibility check, APPS, and ETC plausibility check if applicable, are important for the proper functioning of various systems in the vehicle, ensuring its safe operation.

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  • 4. 

    The Vehicle Status Video (VSV) must fulfill the following criteria-

    • A.

      • Continuous video from first person view - no assembled sequences.

    • B.

      Tractive System Active Light (TSAL) must be clearly visible in the video.

    • C.

      Vehicle must run under its own power.

    • D.

      • Vehicle must atleast be presented in driving condition exclucing bodyworks.

    Correct Answer(s)
    B. Tractive System Active Light (TSAL) must be clearly visible in the video.
    C. Vehicle must run under its own power.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is that the Tractive System Active Light (TSAL) must be clearly visible in the video and the vehicle must run under its own power. This means that in order for the Vehicle Status Video (VSV) to meet the criteria, it must show a continuous video from a first-person view without any assembled sequences. Additionally, the TSAL must be clearly visible in the video, indicating that the tractive system is active. Furthermore, the vehicle must be running under its own power, meaning it is not being towed or pushed. The video should also present the vehicle in a driving condition, excluding any bodyworks.

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  • 5. 

    To avoid loading effect :

    • A.

      Output impedance and input impedance be high.

    • B.

      Output impedance must be low and input impedance must be high.

    • C.

      Output impedance must be high and input impedance must be low

    • D.

      Output impedance and input impedance must be low.

    Correct Answer
    B. Output impedance must be low and input impedance must be high.
    Explanation
    To avoid loading effect, it is necessary for the output impedance to be low and the input impedance to be high. This is because when the output impedance is low, it can provide a strong signal without significant loss of voltage or current. On the other hand, when the input impedance is high, it allows the signal to be easily received without causing a significant change in the source's behavior. This ensures that the signal is accurately transmitted and received without any distortion or loss of quality.

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  • 6. 

    Which of the following are not true related to general chassis design? 

    • A.

      Main and front hoops having walls of thickness 1.5mm

    • B.

      Front bulkhead support having wall of thickness 1.2mm

    • C.

      Side impact sructure , tractive system components havings walls of thickness and shoulder harness mounting having minimum wall thickness of 1.2mm

    • D.

      Accumalator protection system having a wall of thickness 1mm

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Main and front hoops having walls of thickness 1.5mm
    C. Side impact sructure , tractive system components havings walls of thickness and shoulder harness mounting having minimum wall thickness of 1.2mm
    D. Accumalator protection system having a wall of thickness 1mm
    Explanation
    The given answer is incorrect because it includes statements that are true. According to the question, we need to identify the statements that are not true related to general chassis design. However, all the statements mentioned in the answer are true and accurately describe the thickness of various components of the chassis design. Therefore, the correct answer should exclude the statements that are true, rather than including them.

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  • 7. 

    Select the ones you like

    • A.

      1

    • B.

      2

    • C.

      3

    • D.

      4

    • E.

      5

    • F.

      6

    Correct Answer
    C. 3
  • 8. 

    Select the ones you like

    • A.

      1

    • B.

      2

    • C.

      3

    • D.

      4

    Correct Answer
    C. 3
    Explanation
    The question asks the test taker to select the option they like. Since the answer is "3", it implies that the test taker likes option 3 the most out of the given choices.

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  • 9. 

    Which of the following specifications is allowed for threaded fasteners utilized in the driver’s cell structure, and the steering, braking, driver’s harness and suspension systems?

    • A.

      AN/MS

    • B.

      Metric Grade 6.8

    • C.

      SAE Grade 5

    • D.

      Metric Grade 8.8

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. AN/MS
    C. SAE Grade 5
    D. Metric Grade 8.8
    Explanation
    The correct answer is AN/MS, SAE Grade 5, Metric Grade 8.8. These specifications are allowed for threaded fasteners utilized in the driver's cell structure, and the steering, braking, driver's harness, and suspension systems.

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  • 10. 

    Which measurement voltage will be used during the insulation measurement test for a car with a maximum tractive system voltage of 110V?

    • A.

      125V

    • B.

      500V

    • C.

      250V

    • D.

      110V

    Correct Answer
    C. 250V
    Explanation
    During the insulation measurement test for a car with a maximum tractive system voltage of 110V, a measurement voltage of 250V will be used. This is because the measurement voltage should be higher than the system voltage to ensure accurate results. Using a measurement voltage that is too low may not provide enough stress on the insulation, while using a measurement voltage that is too high may cause damage to the insulation. Therefore, a measurement voltage of 250V is appropriate for this test.

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  • 11. 

    If the head of dynamics declares the track as wet during your endurance run and you started your endurance run in dry or damp conditions running slicks, the following procedure will take place:

    • A.

      The car will receive the red flag, and you will have 10 minutes to change to rain tyres (the 10 min. will not count in the total time).

    • B.

      You need to finish the endurance on the tyres which are mounted on the car.

    • C.

      Your team can decide if you want to change to rain tyres.

    • D.

      The team will be asked to pray that the rain stops as soon as possible.

    Correct Answer
    A. The car will receive the red flag, and you will have 10 minutes to change to rain tyres (the 10 min. will not count in the total time).
    Explanation
    If the head of dynamics declares the track as wet during your endurance run and you started your endurance run in dry or damp conditions running slicks, the car will receive the red flag. In this situation, you will have 10 minutes to change to rain tyres, and this time will not be counted in the total time of the endurance run. It is up to your team whether you want to change to rain tyres or not.

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