The Unfair Advantage Topics for Discussion

Mark Donohue
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Why would it take Mark Donohue ten years to figure out how great one little advantage of a car, like balance, is?

What, according to the author, makes a great race car driver?

What is the unfair advantage of the title?

Who is Roger Penske? Why is he significant in the book?

Give your own opinion of Roger Penske's extreme rule changes and courses of action based upon a realistic assessment of circumstances. During the book Donohue at one point observes that Penske was known to make rather drastic and pervasive changes based upon a realistic sense of the conditions of the racing world. This could be interpreted as unethical or as ethical. Give your view.

Which do you think is better: the German way of having the drivers being different people from the engineers or the American way of having the same people working on the...

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