The Unfair Advantage - Chapter 4, Page 124 Summary & Analysis

Mark Donohue
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During this chapter Mark Donohue explains a few more things about auto racing and race cars. The Eagle gets wrecked at their USAC races. They run this on the track at Indianapolis. The speeds at Indianapolis are not the fastest of all the tracks. He writes that they do not run the cars much over 150mph at that track for that race. While this is fast enough given the turns and the cars, it has very real implications. It is not possible for Mark Donohue to figure out whether this car oversteers, understeers or neither because the track is too slow. The author simply points out how strong the relationship is between speed and aerodynamics really affects the race when differences of a few seconds can make or break a victory, or in some cases, bones. Roger Penske and his team players end...

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