You bet it is! Check out car #8 at about :50 mark in the vid. It's a Lotus 19-Chevy driven by Jerry Grant and prepared by Trevor Harris. I used to hang out at Trevor's shop in the U-District, Seattle. Grant was a Ballard neighborhood local, known to keep a wheel straightening shop in business. The world's greatest drivers are all seen here. Dan Gurney and Jim Clark included. Poor Clark had to drive one of the worst race cars ever made, the Lotus 40. Edit: Loving tribute to the Glory Days. Jackie Stewart, AJ Foyt, Parnelli Jones, Mario Andretti all helped make this one of the epic events in motor racing history. Edit 2: Historically, this event was NOT part of the Can-Am series, which began in 1966. Rather it was part of an autumnal series of West Coast US "big money" events that had grown organically since the late fifties, and came to attract the world's top talent. And of course the cars were the world's fastest road racers, far quicker than then-current 1.5 liter F1 machinery.