Haynes #14 (1906)

Make: Haynes
Year: 1906
Mechanician: William Clark
Horsepower: 50
Finish Place: 14
Average Speed: 44.3

#14 Haynes (USA) driven by John Haynes, 50 HP. Finished 14th. Running in Lap 8 when race was called. Averaged 44.3 mph.

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