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Test Your Chevy Knowledge

You say you're looking for a quick dose of Chevrolet trivia? Hey, you're in luck! Try this five-spot on for size. It's an easy quiz, but you may have to look around a bit for the answers. They are all about racing exploits, past and present, across the wide spectrum of BOWTIE Speed Sport. At least as wide as five questions will get ya! Enjoy.

During the early to mid 1960s, USAC sprint car racing went through a historic changeover from Offenhauser engines to Chevy small blocks. What was the USAC cubic inch maximum for the Chevys during this period?
Jim Bucher was renowned for his prowess with nitro burning Chevys. What was the quickest ET turned in by the Ohio Top Fuel legend?
Bill Jenkins is as storied a Pro Stock racer as anyone who ever raced one of the Factory Hot Rods. Still active today, his Grumpy's Toys series of Chevy Pro Stockers remain his signature calling card. Of the Toys, which edition was the quickest and fastest?
There have been many "firsts" at NHRA's US Nationals. In 1967, the nitro funny cars got their first shot as a US Nats eliminator. Doug Thorley's Corvair won -- who got the runner-up spot in a Camaro?
At the recently completed NASCAR Brickyard 400, what percentage of the starting lineup was listed as being Chevrolets?

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