Marmon #21 (1910)

Driven by Ray Harroun-winner of the 1911 Indy 500 Race

Make: Marmon
Year: 1910
Mechanician: Harry Goetz
Horsepower:
Finish Place: 20
Average Speed:

#21 Marmon (USA) driven by Ray Harroun. Harroun won the first Indy 500 Race in a Marmon. Finished 21st. Broken crankshaft during lap 14.

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