# FSG Reg Quiz 1

10 Questions | Total Attempts: 618

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To prepare ourselves for the registration on 13th January. Lets kick some sweet FSG ass!

• 1.
What diameter will the tennis ball have that is used to check, if a vehicle complies to the "Open Wheel" definition?
• A.

68.6mm (2.7 inches)

• B.

66.8mm (2.6 inches)

• C.

86.6mm (3.4 inches)

• D.

68.8mm (2.7 inches)

• 2.
Which frame component does not necessarily belong to the primary structure?
• A.

Suspension Mounting Points

• B.

• C.

Side Impact Structure

• D.

Front Hoop

• 3.
Which of these measures is not used to dimension the cockpit opening template?
• A.

50mm

• B.

100mm

• C.

75mm

• D.

350mm

• 4.
What is the minimum width of a head restraint with a height of 200mm?
• A.

150mm

• B.

117.5mm

• C.

50mm

• D.

280mm

• 5.
In order to test, if the vehicle provides sufficient overall stability for cornering with 1.7G, it is tilted to 60° on the tilt table. To which angle must the vehicle be tilted to simulate cornering with 2.5G?
• A.

68.2°

• B.

65.0°

• C.

67.8°

• D.

69.1°

• 6.
The space needed for the technical inspection sticker at FSG is approximately
• A.

254mm wide x 203mm high

• B.

203mm wide x 254mm high

• C.

75mm high x 150mm wide

• D.

150mm high x 75mm wide

• 7.
How far must throttle cables at least be apart from any exhaust system component?
• A.

50.8mm (2 inches)

• B.

25.4mm (1 inch)

• C.

76.2mm (3 inches)

• D.

101.6mm (4 inches)

• 8.
What is the sum of the maximum scores of all static events?
• A.

325 pts

• B.

300 pts

• C.

350 pts

• D.

275 pts

• 9.
The quick jack must be able to lift up the car, so that the driven wheels are at least
• A.

10.2 cm (4 in) off the ground

• B.

12.7 cm (5 in) off the ground

• C.

15.2 cm (6 in) off the ground

• D.

17.8 cm (7 in) off the ground

• 10.
The front track of a vehicle is 1350mm wide. What is the difference of the maximum and minimum allowed width of the rear track?
• A.

756.833mm

• B.

757.25mm

• C.

756.53mm

• D.

756.821mm

• E.

779mm

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