# FSG Quiz: Check Your Understanding On FSG

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• 1.

### The correct sequence of components for the intake system is

• A.

Compressor, Throttle, Restrictor, Engine

• B.

Throttle, Compressor, Restrictor, Engine

• C.

Throttle, Restrictor, Compressor, Engine

• D.

Compressor, Throttle, Restrictor, Engine

C. Throttle, Restrictor, Compressor, Engine
Explanation
The correct sequence of components for the intake system is Throttle, Restrictor, Compressor, Engine. This sequence makes sense because the throttle is responsible for controlling the amount of air entering the engine, the restrictor helps regulate the flow of air, the compressor increases the pressure of the air, and finally, the engine uses the compressed air for combustion. This order ensures that the air is properly controlled, regulated, and compressed before being used by the engine.

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• 2.

### The minimum diameter of the wheels is

• A.

8 inches

• B.

10 inches

• C.

13 inches

• D.

None

A. 8 inches
Explanation
The minimum diameter of the wheels is 8 inches because it is the smallest option provided. This means that the wheels cannot have a diameter smaller than 8 inches.

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• 3.

### Which of these is not true about the vehicle battery?

• A.

All battery current must flow through the Primary Master Switch

• B.

More than one battery packs may be used

• C.

Lithium Iron Phosphate based batteries can be custom made

• D.

The terminals may not be insulated

D. The terminals may not be insulated
Explanation
The statement "The terminals may not be insulated" is not true about the vehicle battery. The terminals of a vehicle battery are typically insulated to prevent any accidental contact with metal objects or other electrical components, which could cause a short circuit or other electrical hazards. Insulation helps to ensure the safe operation of the battery and prevents any potential damage or accidents.

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• 4.

### Which of these is not required to be brought to the Technical Inspection?

• A.

Push Bar

• B.

Team Captain

• C.

All the Drivers

• D.

Fire Extinguishers

B. Team Captain
Explanation
The team captain is not required to be brought to the Technical Inspection. The Technical Inspection is typically conducted to ensure that the vehicle and its equipment meet the required safety standards and regulations. The team captain, although an important member of the team, is not directly related to the vehicle's safety or technical specifications. Therefore, they do not need to be present during the Technical Inspection.

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• 5.

### Which of these fasteners are not permitted?

• A.

Hexagonal recessed drive bolts

• B.

Lock washers

• C.

Cotter pins

• D.

Correctly installed safety wiring

B. Lock washers
Explanation
Lock washers are not permitted because they can cause damage to the fastener or the material being fastened. They are designed to create tension and prevent loosening of the fastener, but they can also create stress concentrations and weaken the joint. Therefore, lock washers should not be used in critical applications where reliability and safety are paramount. Alternative methods such as thread-locking compounds or double-nuts should be used instead.

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• 6.

### A compressed gas cylinder may be mounted at which of these locations?

• A.

The main hoop

• B.

Main hoop Bracing

• C.

Cockpit

• D.

Jacking Bar

B. Main hoop Bracing
Explanation
A compressed gas cylinder may be mounted at the main hoop bracing. The main hoop bracing provides a strong and secure structure to support the weight of the gas cylinder. This location ensures that the cylinder is well-protected and minimizes the risk of damage or accidents. Additionally, mounting the gas cylinder at the main hoop bracing allows for easy access and maintenance when needed.

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• 7.

### The side impact zone extends from _______ to ________

• A.

Top of the floor to 300 mm above the ground

• B.

300 to 350 mm above the ground

• C.

Top of the floor to 13.8 inches above the ground

• D.

More than 300 mm above the ground

C. Top of the floor to 13.8 inches above the ground
Explanation
The side impact zone extends from the top of the floor to 13.8 inches above the ground. This means that in the event of a side impact collision, the area of the vehicle that is designed to absorb and distribute the impact forces is located between the top of the floor and 13.8 inches above the ground. This specific range is determined based on safety standards and regulations to ensure maximum protection for the occupants of the vehicle.

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• 8.

### The Formula SAE Standard for the Hydraulic Hoses is

• A.

J517

• B.

J512

• C.

J571

• D.

J157

A. J517
Explanation
The correct answer is J517. This is the standard set by the Formula SAE for hydraulic hoses. It specifies the requirements for hydraulic hoses used in automotive applications, including dimensions, performance, and testing methods. Compliance with this standard ensures that the hydraulic hoses used in Formula SAE vehicles meet the necessary safety and performance standards.

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• 9.

### The time allowed to restart the car after it stalls on track during endurance run is

• A.

1 minute

• B.

One lap by the car that is following it

• C.

2 minutes

• D.

5 minutes

B. One lap by the car that is following it
Explanation
The correct answer is one lap by the car that is following it. This means that if a car stalls on the track during an endurance run, it is given the time it takes for the car behind it to complete one lap in order to restart the car and continue the race. This rule ensures that the stalled car has a fair chance to restart without causing significant delays or disruptions to the race.

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• 10.

### The maximum restrictor diameters for Gasoline and E-85 fuelled cars are

• A.

0.7874 and 0.7840 inches

• B.

0.7784 and 0.7480 inches

• C.

0.7874 and 0.7480 inches

• D.

0.7480 and 0.7874 inches

C. 0.7874 and 0.7480 inches
Explanation
The correct answer is 0.7874 and 0.7480 inches. This answer is determined by comparing the given values for the maximum restrictor diameters for Gasoline and E-85 fuelled cars. The first value of 0.7874 inches corresponds to the maximum restrictor diameter for Gasoline fuelled cars, while the second value of 0.7480 inches corresponds to the maximum restrictor diameter for E-85 fuelled cars.

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