1: Lancia only ever ran in red Martini livery once. Which event was it, during which year?
2: Who are the only two people ever to have scored world championship points as a driver and co-driver?
3: Which sport would Nicky Grist have taken part in professionally had he not become a successful co-driver?
4: What was the last WRC event victory for a rear-wheel drive car, and who was driving?
5: Who was the very first driver ever to be appointed a Red Bull athlete?
6: P-G Andersson’s son was born on the back seat of a car as he raced to hospital. But which make of car was it?
7: Which major film star used to be Francois Delecour’s neighbour?
8: Where and when did Sebastien Loeb drive a Ford Focus WRC in competition?
9: Before Kimi Raikkonen (pictured), who was the last active Formula One driver to take part in a WRC event?
10: What is Mikko Hirvonen’s favourite post-rally meal?
11: Which was the first rally car to feature a fully automatic gearbox?
12: Who was the oldest driver to take part in a WRC event at the wheel of a factory World Rally Car - and on which event?
13: How high up the RAC Rally classification did Formula One champion Jim Clark get before he was forced to retire his Lotus Cortina?
14: Which rally contained a stage that ran through a prison yard?
15: “There is no such thing as pressure; only excitement.” Which leading co-driver said that?
16: Which top driver is strictly teetotal?
17: Who was the last driver to win a WRC stage outright in a Group N car - and what was the car?
18: What do Jean-Pierre Nicolas, Sebastien Loeb, Jean-Claude Andruet, Rauno Aaltonen, Markku Alen and Colin McRae all have in common?
19: Who is the most famous driver ever to have tested a Volkswagen rally car?
20: The late Richard Burns owned and treasured an American muscle car. What was it?
21: Two rally drivers have had tribute songs released on CD in Finland in their honour. Name them?
22: Which was the first rally that Lancia’s Group S ECV Delta competed on?
23: A former WRC star was once forced to miss several rallies due to liver damage - but was perfectly sober at the time. Who was he?
24: Name the driver who spent some of his spare time entering hillclimb events in his homeland in 2012?
25: Which legendary team boss once described his star driver as “a very good man who tries his best to be very bad every time he puts on his crash helmet” - and who was the driver?
Previous quiz answers: The answers to the quiz first published on 22 December appear below: 1: Delecour handed driving duties to navigator Dominique Savignoni who had planned to retire after the event. 2: Dani Sordo was drafted in to replace the injured Jari-Matti Latvala. 3: He was preparing for and then taking part in the London 2012 Olympics. 4: Thierry Neuville in New Zealand, Chris Atkinson in Finland. 5: Jari-Matti Latvala. 6: Six. 7: John Powell. 8: Sordo. 9: Ford Fiesta RS WRC, Citroen DS3 WRC, MINI John Cooper Works WRC. 10: Became the first driver to compete in a WRC event, the Monaco Grand Prix, Indianapolis 500, Le Mans 24 Hours and Dakar Rally. 11: Petter Solberg. 12: Broke his ankle training. 13: Daniele Elena. 14: Ken Block. 15: Palmeiras. 16: Colin McRae. 17: Scrap metal. 18: Kris Meeke. 19: He became the first driver to win an all-gravel stage in the WRC in a Super 2000 car. 20: Belgian. 21: His mother. 22: They carried Ford EcoBoost branding as part of a marketing exercise. 23: Mexico and Finland. 24: Sebastien Loeb. 25: Abdulaziz Alkuwari.