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The Unfair Advantage Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 7, Page 210 Summary

Mark Donohue
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Chapter 7, Page 210 Summary and Analysis

Chapter 18: Lola T190/T192 (Formula A) Searching for Wins (and Racing Formula One). The date on this chapter is 1969-1971. Here is where the Penske team enters Formula racing. This is an International set of auto races. Mark explains that these events bring out the best drivers and cars from around the world. It means, among other things, that he is going to have a chance to drive against the highest caliber competitors ever. Human relations are always relevant in these matters, and as such, Mark writes about how they have to find a compromise that will actually work for everyone on their team. Carl Haas, who brings out the new Lolas every season, wants a number 10 on one of the cars. The driver wants a white car with his number 10 on it. Roger Penske wants a blue car. So they compromised and...

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