Simplex #11 (1910)

Make: Simplex
Year: 1910
Mechanician: William Driggs
Finish Place: 7
Average Speed: 61.3

#11 Simplex (USA) driven by Leland Mitchell. Finished 7th. Completed 22 laps averaging 61.30 MPH.

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