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"Mark Donahue wasn't born a great race car driver. Slowly and painstakingly he made himself a great racing driver—through sixteen years of incredibly intense hard work," (p. xiii).

"Lou was the key to my racing program, so I calmed down and carried on—to a string of convincing victories," (p. 11).

"I decided that if they had gone to the trouble to put my name on the car, maybe it was true," (p. 33).

"Brakes aren't marginal on most racing cars anymore, and no one develops those skills. Today we simply use the brakes as hard as we can," (p. 57).

"I was really furious after that. I spent a lot of time and money trying to track down the missing stuff," (p. 146).

"That was my first attempt at Indianapolis, and I ended up getting the "Rookie of the Year" award for it," (p. 183).

"We heard rumors that Ferrari...

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