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The Unfair Advantage Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 9, Pag 253 Summary

Mark Donohue
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Chapter 9, Pag 253 Summary and Analysis

The writing has continued to be clear. The author comes across as straightforward and honest. He admits the limits of his knowledge and experience. He has been divulging information that is the kind of thing that drivers keep secret from their competitors. As such, for race car enthusiasts, especially car builders, this book is full of juicy material. The author shows readers elements of his own character as the book progresses. He seems to be fairly consistent, and that gives readers the feeling that some kind of genuine understanding is developing between them. Chapter 22: Matador—Trying NASCAR (and Getting Humbled Again). This chapter is dated 1972 and 1973. One feature of Roger Penske and also of Mark Donohue is that, despite all their speed, they actually think things over before they commit to anything. They are happy because they have satisfied American Motors by...

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