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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. The race cars, _____________ and the race tracks are featured in photos.
(a) The company owners.
(b) The pit crew.
(c) The driver.
(d) The Penske team.
2. With what company does the team have a history?
3. Roger Penske is to communicate with Chevrolet's John DeLorean. Who is this man?
(a) Chevy's spokesman.
(b) A driver for Chevy.
(c) A pit crew leader for Chevy.
(d) Chevy's General Manager.
4. The most successful auto designs last for how many years?
5. Mark tells readers that he very nearly becomes "just ________________."
(a) A normal engineer.
(b) A normal guy.
(c) A driver.
(d) About nothing.
Short Answer Questions
1. Mark Donohue is a ___________________ student who likes cars.
2. With the new team in place, what do they do with the bulk of the previous system?
3. What kind of racing is the answer to number 86?
4. Mark Donahue explains that they reach a perfectly legitimate business deal. What does Mark think about this deal?
5. How often does Mark work on the race cars?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Roger say that frightens Mark? Why does Roger say this?
2. What race deal does Mark turn down? What might be the reason he reconsiders it?
3. How has the race in which Mark has now taken an interest become a good experience for Mark and the team?
4. Describe Mark prior to becoming a race car driver. How does he get into racing?
5. What does Mark have to say about a good car he is running? Why might he say this?
6. What does someone find for the first time in 1966? Why is this surprising?
7. Describe Formula racing.
8. What does Mark think about the Javelin race car? How does he deal with this?
9. What piece of hardware at the end of the book is discussed? What is said about this piece?
10. What trickery does the team use to throw off those who are not on the team?
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