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The Unfair Advantage Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 3, Page 121 Summary

Mark Donohue
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Chapter 3, Page 121 Summary and Analysis

In order to get across enough detail, chapters are not covered evenly. Chapter 13 has two summary chapters devoted to it: 1968, Eagle-Chevrolet—Trying USAC and Getting Humbled. The team handler offers Mark and the others a race, but he is not that interested. Their funder and organizer lets it go. Mark reports to readers that he thinks about it for a whole year, and then decides to go ahead give it a try. The man who made them the same offer the previous year is good for pursuing the same idea at this later date. What they do is take a car that will not serve them in the races they have been running in thus far and choose to try it out in a new racing venue. This lets them feel they can take certain kinds of risks they would never take...

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