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The Unfair Advantage Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 6, Page 187 Summary

Mark Donohue
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Chapter 6, Page 187 Summary and Analysis

Placed into the original edition, from which this summary was made, are a large number of photographs. Many of these are color photographs. The race cars, the Penske team and the race tracks are featured in these photos. Chapter 16: Javelin—Making a Nash into a Race Car. As previously mentioned, there are some major differences between the cars that we use to drive on the streets and kinds used to run races. The date on this chapter in 1970 - 1971. Roger Penske has a business meeting with the American Motors people. Mark Donohue explains that they attend a perfectly legitimate business deal. However, for Mark, he feel as if they are up to something, something wrong, something like adultery. He explains that Roger Penske is to communicate with Chevrolet and with John DeLorean —Chevy's General Manager, and makes sure everything is above...

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