|Name: _________________________||Period: ___________________|
This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. The team handler offers Mark and the others a race. Is Mark interested?
(d) Only at first.
2. The answer to number 70 breaks during the race and is repaired when?
(a) During rain delays.
(c) During the race.
(d) After the race.
3. Why do even the best of race cars often not last long?
(a) They are poorly made.
(b) They are held together with tape.
(c) They are driven so hard.
(d) They are made of cheap materials.
4. Are cars modified every season?
5. Mark writes of qualifying a car for a race, and when he practices, he is _____________ near other cars.
(b) Not actually.
Short Answer Questions
1. The race cars, _____________ and the race tracks are featured in photos.
2. He writes about how his Penske team uses ________________ to create a new car, and that this race car does just fine in at least one race.
3. With what company does the team have a history?
4. Chapter 14: Mclaren M6-B focuses upon ___________________ and how relevant they are to automotive performance.
5. __________________ decides to make a big name for himself in racing, but he does not know much about how it actually works.
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Mark Donohue think about racing in 1963?
2. What conflict over value and loyalties takes place in this chapter? How important does loyalty seem to be, based on this example?
3. What does Mark think about the Javelin race car? How does he deal with this?
4. How does Roger Penske upset the Ferrari man?
5. What does Mark reveal about himself during this chapter?
6. Describe Mark's experience with the Lola T70.
7. How does Mark Donohue die? What are your thoughts on his death?
8. How is practicing for a race different than a race?
9. Describe an example of compromise found in this chapter.
10. Who is Dan Gurney? How does a race with Dan affect Mark? Why?
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