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Mark Donohue
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Name: _________________________ Period: ___________________

This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. This chapter is dated ________________.
(a) 1973 and 1974.
(b) 1970 and 1971.
(c) 1971 and 1972.
(d) 1972 and 1973.

2. Does Mark feel that any of the fans have even the vaguest idea of what it is he is actually doing?
(a) No.
(b) Yes, most.
(c) Yes, a few.
(d) Yes, many.

3. They are happy because they have satisfied ___________________ by winning the Fomula races with the Javelins.
(a) General Motors.
(b) Dodge Motors.
(c) Ford Motors.
(d) American Motors.

4. Mark ends up in a car in which he says it is impossible to win. The cars doing well are over _____________ faster than his.
(a) 12mph.
(b) 5mph.
(c) 1mph.
(d) 8mph.

5. The McLaren is still only able to reach a maximum speed of ____________, whereas the Eagle cars are blowing them away, at 7mph faster.
(a) 167mph.
(b) 158mph.
(c) 175mph.
(d) 185mph.

6. They look for a way to get further into Formula One racing and realize that the opening at _________________ race track may enable them to get the team to the next level.
(a) Watkins Glen.
(b) Michigan.
(c) Indianapolis.
(d) Churchill Downs.

7. Their experience at Indianapolis proves ________________.
(a) Somewhat helpful.
(b) Very helpful.
(c) Not helpful.
(d) Detrimental.

8. Mark Donohue has a strong, positive instinctive reaction to a new car that the _______________ people have made to try at Indianapolis, where they are underdogs without much experience.
(a) Daimler.
(b) BMW.
(c) McLaren.
(d) Mercedes.

9. Do the race cars arrive already built?
(a) Rarely.
(b) Usually.
(c) Yes.
(d) No.

10. In this chapter, Mark travels to ________________ with Roger Penske.
(a) Sweden.
(b) Germany.
(c) England.
(d) France.

11. Mark manages to place at the finish in some cases, by doing what?
(a) Running others off the track.
(b) Tricking other drivers.
(c) Driving good cars.
(d) Driving to the very best of his ability.

12. How is Mark Donohue lucky in this situation?
(a) He is racing, so he is not around when the incident occurs.
(b) He is napping when the incident occurs, so he is not around.
(c) He is out of town, so he is not around when the incident occurs.
(d) He is signing autographs, so he is not around when the incident occurs.

13. There is an important meeting that provides for another team of drivers to take over so that Javelins will still run for __________________ even though Roger Penske will not do it.
(a) General Motors.
(b) Dodge Motors.
(c) Ford Motors.
(d) American Motors.

14. What is one reason why the other drivers respond the way they do in number 139?
(a) They do not like to help each other.
(b) They do not know how to deal with these troubles either.
(c) They do not hear Mark.
(d) They do not like Mark.

15. For Mark Donohue, does success have anything to do with the crowds?
(a) No, not necessarily.
(b) No, not at all.
(c) Yes, usually.
(d) Yes, always.

Short Answer Questions

1. Mark says that he makes recommendations for certain changes but what happens in this case?

2. Will these changes automatically help other drivers?

3. On his _______ run in the car, after some changes have been made, Mark Donohue sets a new record.

4. How does Mark feel about his last year as a race car driver?

5. Why is Mark not happy during this chapter?

(see the answer keys)

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