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Mark Donohue
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The Unfair Advantage

This is what the book is named. There a number of unfair advantages identified during the book. Mark Donohue considers these to be the real key to his success. They would not have been enough taken alone, but together with Mark's driving ability they are able to make it so that he comes out the winner over and over again. Mark's talent for driving race-cars is but one of these unfair advantages. Another is when an auto maker designs a chassis especially able to take stresses that the one before it could not take. In another case, the unfair advantage is when the engineers devise a means of getting new brake pads to be virtually sucked right into place by vacuum. The time it saves during pit stops is well worth it. There are times when such changes are not legal according to the SCCA. There...

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