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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. Finally, while his performance in NASCAR racing goes very badly, Mark writes that the other drivers are friendlier. Why?
(a) He has a good reputation.
(b) He is one of the losers.
(c) He is a nice guy.
(d) He is a good driver.
2. Will these changes automatically help other drivers?
(d) Most likely.
3. Why is Mark not happy during this chapter?
(a) He is lonely.
(b) He often disagrees with Roger Penske.
(c) He misses the Lolas that were burned.
(d) He is stuck driving a car that is not right for the races in which they are used.
4. While the engineers are repairing a car, what happens in the garage?
(a) A match is lit.
(b) A cigarette falls on the ground.
(c) A lighter catches fabric on fire.
(d) A spark catches.
5. They discuss what to do in the event that they cannot find what?
(a) A good enough car to win the Can-Am races.
(b) A good enough crew chief to win the Can-Am races.
(c) A good enough pit crew to win the Can-Am races.
(d) A good enough driver to win the Can-Am races.
Short Answer Questions
1. Does Mark feel that any of the fans have even the vaguest idea of what it is he is actually doing?
2. When does Mark write this autobiography?
3. They spend ______________ getting to know the car and how it works and why it has the problems it has.
4. Mark feels maybe this accident is for the best. Why?
5. A lot of race cars do not run on what fuel?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does the Penske team prepare for Formula One racing?
2. What late adjustment is made regarding the McLaren car and the Eagle cars?
3. Describe Mark's experience with NASCAR. What does he learn from this experience?
4. Describe Mark's death.
5. Describe the disaster in the garage. What does Mark think about this accident?
6. What does Roger Penske offer Mark? What does he think about this?
7. For whom is this book good? Why?
8. Overall, what does Donohue think about his trip to Germany?
9. How is this book important to race car enthusiasts?
10. What does Roger Penske think about the situation with American Motors? How does the situation with American Motors work out well for everyone involved?
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