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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. There is a man named ________ who has an important role in introducing Mark Donohue to how they go about doing things in Europe.
2. They look for a way to get further into Formula One racing and realize that the opening at _________________ race track may enable them to get the team to the next level.
(b) Churchill Downs.
(c) Watkins Glen.
3. Mark feels maybe this accident is for the best. Why?
(a) There is a lot of work for everyone.
(b) The Lolas were not good cars.
(c) The garage was in need of major repair.
(d) The insurance covered all damages.
4. Mark says that he makes recommendations for certain changes but what happens in this case?
(a) They disagree with his suggestions.
(b) The others do not trust Mark's ideas.
(c) The others tell him that even without such changes the other driver was faster in the same car.
(d) Their recommendations are better than Mark's.
5. Mark is able to go ______________ at Indianapolis, and when he tells another driver this fact, the other man is shocked and walks off, literally reeling from the blow.
Short Answer Questions
1. Roger Penske offers Mark a salaried _____________ position.
2. On his _______ run in the car, after some changes have been made, Mark Donohue sets a new record.
3. Mark finishes _______ and is mocked by another driver.
4. This chapter is dated _________.
5. Can all drivers master the same troubles?
Short Essay Questions
1. What fact is reiterated using Mark's difficulty at Indianapolis?
2. For whom is this book good? Why?
3. How is this book important to race car enthusiasts?
4. How does the Penske team almost break one of the racing rules?
5. How does Mark find a winning car for Indianapolis?
6. What does Roger Penske offer Mark? What does he think about this?
7. Describe Mark's disappointing performance. How does this become a positive situation?
8. Describe Mark's death.
9. What does Mark say about racing fuel in this chapter? Why is this important?
10. Describe the disaster in the garage. What does Mark think about this accident?
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