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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 McLaren is still only able to reach a maximum speed of ____________, whereas the Eagle cars are blowing them away, at 7mph faster.
2. Mark is shocked when what is offered to them?
(a) Free room and board.
(b) Illegal car parts.
(c) Alcohol with a meal.
(d) Illegal drugs.
3. Roger says yes, but only after _________________ of consideration and a modification of the plans of how they will do it.
4. This chapter is dated __________.
5. 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.
Short Answer Questions
1. They are happy because they have satisfied ___________________ by winning the Fomula races with the Javelins.
2. They discuss what to do in the event that they cannot find what?
3. Do the cars require a lot of development after arriving?
4. In _________ at Indianapolis, Mark Donohue is fed up with these problems, even though during much of his career this is just the sort of thing he has enjoyed doing.
5. Mark finishes _______ and is mocked by another driver.
Short Essay Questions
1. What late adjustment is made regarding the McLaren car and the Eagle cars?
2. What do Roger Penske and Mark Donohue have in common?
3. How does Mark feel during this chapter? Why?
4. What does Mark say about race cars in general? How does this lead to a reiteration of an important fact?
5. How is Mark affected by the anti-skid system?
6. Describe Mark's experience with NASCAR. What does he learn from this experience?
7. How is this book important to race car enthusiasts?
8. What is Mark's initial reaction in Germany? How does Roger feel at first?
9. Overall, what does Donohue think about his trip to Germany?
10. Describe Mark's retirement.
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