The Unfair Advantage
by Mark Donohue
The Los Angeles Times - December 6, 2000
Gifts That Will Put a Grin on That Gear Head’s Face
"The Unfair Advantage," by Mark Donohue with Paul Van Valkenburgh (Bentley Publishers, $49.95, 353 pages), not only chronicles Donohue’s coming of age as one of the best drivers of his time, but is a gripping history of sports cars and road racing. Donohue was killed while preparing for the Austrian Grand Prix in 1975. His sons have written a preface to this 25th-anniversary edition, which features more than 100 new photos.