Among the traditions of the Indianapolis 500 is the annual Front Row photo op on the Monday after Pole Day qualifying. In 1971 that group included Peter Revson on pole in the works McLaren-Offenhauser, Mark Donohue in the middle with Roger Penske’s Sunoco McLaren-Offenhauser, and Bobby Unser on the outside with Dan Gurney’s Olsonite Eagle-Offenhauser. Revson would finish 2nd, with Unser 12th and Donohue 25th, neither running at the end.
Photo courtesy of: THE KLEMANTASKI COLLECTION
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