This F1 quiz only has 12 answers, but you have just five minutes to work out every engine manufacturer to have powered a World Championship-winning car.
The 71-season history of Formula 1 has seen its engines take myriad different forms during the evolution of regulations in the sport, with the current power units being a 1.6-litre V6 turbo hybrid that can produce slightly upwards of 1000bhp.
From various V12, V10 and V8 specifications in the past as well, along with everything else in between, the one thing each engine has in common is looking to produce the power that can take a driver and team to a World Championship title.
In all, 12 different manufacturers have achieved the feat – with some having more success than others.
The top of this particular table is surprisingly congested, with the leading manufacturer having 14 titles as of the end of 2021, with the two behind only just trailing on 13.
You will have to delve all the way back to 1950 in this one, and we wish you the very best of luck with it.
Once you have given this F1 quiz a go, you can try one of our others – perhaps one of our most recent ones, in which we ask you to complete the 2003 World Championship standings by driver.
You can also give Sportword a try, Planet Sport’s word-guessing game where you have to guess a word relating to Formula 1 every day in just six attempts or under.
As for now, you have just five minutes on the clock to name these engine manufacturers…