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The Unfair Advantage Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 14, Page 326 Summary

Mark Donohue
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Chapter 14, Page 326 Summary and Analysis

Mark Donohue writes about his relationship with spectators and about his feelings about success and fame. Success as a driver is extremely important to him. For Mark Donohue, who is actually a very private man, success does not necessarily have anything to do with the crowds. Mainly he feels that none of the fans have even the vaguest idea of what it is he is actually doing.

Mark actually thinks about his career a lot. He is somewhat hesitant about his last year as a race car driver. He thinks he does not care about being famous until he thinks about how he will feel going back to being a nobody. This makes him uncomfortable enough to realize how much he has developed a taste for the fame as well as for success. He considers his options. Roger Penske actually offers him a...

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