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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. With what company does the team have a history?
2. How does the Ferrari man feel about number 95?
(a) He is offended by this.
(b) He is happy about it.
(c) He is shocked by it.
(d) He is jealous.
3. Why does the answer to number 28 come as a bit of a shock?
(a) Prior to this no one he had ever met had ever honestly been able to report that a car could go no faster and be referring to a race car.
(b) The brakes are difficult to find in a race car.
(c) The race car is a very difficult vehicle to understand.
(d) Cars during this time are very unattractive to the average person.
4. Chapter 14: Mclaren M6-B focuses upon ___________________ and how relevant they are to automotive performance.
(b) Wheel bearings.
(c) Axle rods.
5. What car gets wrecked at the USAC races?
(a) The Sunfire.
(b) The Eagle.
(c) The Charger.
(d) The Camry.
Short Answer Questions
1. As what does Mark continue working?
2. For the first time, Mark finds someone who finds the ________ of the car.
3. On what does Mark run the Chevy?
4. Roger Penske has a business meeting with representatives of what company?
5. Mark Donohue is _____________ the Javelin race car.
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Mark Donohue think about racing in 1963?
2. Describe Mark prior to becoming a race car driver. How does he get into racing?
3. What conflict over value and loyalties takes place in this chapter? How important does loyalty seem to be, based on this example?
4. What does Mark have to say about a good car he is running? Why might he say this?
5. What is the first important lesson Mark Donohue learns about racing?
6. How does Roger Penske upset the Ferrari man?
7. How has the race in which Mark has now taken an interest become a good experience for Mark and the team?
8. What trickery does the team use to throw off those who are not on the team?
9. Describe the business meeting between Roger Penske and the American Motors people. How does Mark feel about this? Should he feel this way? Why or why not?
10. What leads to the first mention of the title of this book?
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