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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. Mark writes that after ____________ years of losing, they have learned a great deal and Mark hopes to return as a team manager in a way that can make them win.
(c) A couple.
(d) A dozen.
2. In this chapter, Mark travels to ________________ with Roger Penske.
3. When does Mark write this autobiography?
(a) Right before he retires.
(b) After he retires.
(c) After coming out of retirement.
(d) Early in his career.
4. The Europeans do not realize that the Americans are used to having who drive the race cars?
(a) Young men.
(c) Trained drivers.
5. What does Mark note about Flegl?
(a) The man is unusual.
(b) The man is easy-going.
(c) The man is meticulous.
(d) The man is arrogant.
Short Answer Questions
1. There is something about one of the cars the Penske team is running at Indianapolis that is particularly ______________ for Mark Donohue.
2. Mark suggests that they check for an alternative in cars that they can run where?
3. This chapter is dated _________.
4. Why are the Germans included in the "deal?"
5. Mark ends up in a car in which he says it is impossible to win. The cars doing well are over _____________ faster than his.
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Roger Penske offer Mark? What does he think about this?
2. Describe Mark's retirement.
3. What fact is reiterated using Mark's difficulty at Indianapolis?
4. What does Mark say about fame and success?
5. How does Mark find a winning car for Indianapolis?
6. How does Mark feel during this chapter? Why?
7. Describe Mark's experience with NASCAR. What does he learn from this experience?
8. What takes place right after a victory?
9. For whom is this book good? Why?
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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