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Previous Page. Dick Durant, Hazelwood, Mo. driving #81 a Lola 427ci. Car is owned by Racing Associates. 1970. The L&M Lola with Peter Revson, center, driving. This is 1970. In 1971 Peter Revson would claim the Can-Am championship driving for McLaren and the L&M brand would switch from Haas Racing to Penske Racing in 1972 and claim the Can-Am championship. Revson finished third at Laguna Seca in 1970 behind Denis Hulme and Jackie Oliver. In 1971 Peter Revson would win at Laguna Seca. The race program lists the crew as Jim Chapman, talking to Revson, George Pfaff, and Dave Evans. Jim Chapman is now a principal of Swift Cars in California. Nice motor-home. Battered but not broken. 1970 Driver is Jerry W. Hodges from Saint Louis, Mo. The car is a McKee MK8 with a 428 Chevy. This car may not have qualified for the race. 1970 Ed Leslie. McLaren M6-bodied, 6.0 Chevy-powered homebuilt. Ed Leslie drove it at Laguna in 1970, with the #92, qualified 17th & finished 14th. 1970 Does Sam Posey always get the last word? The gentleman on the left is Vasek Polak, one of the best of the best. He owned the car Sam Posey was driving that day. To read more about Mr. Polak travel over to this page. Front Page.