Fiat #19 (1904)

Finished last in 1904 race

Make: Fiat
Year: 1904
Mechanician: A. Donderi
Horsepower: 90
Finish Place: 18
Average Speed:

#19 Fiat (Italy) driven by William Wallace. 90 HP. Finished 18th. Defective clutch in Hicksville during lap 1.

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