US Formula Super Vee 1975
Lola remained the most successful marque in 1975, with 164 starts to the 73 of Royale and 72 of Tui/Supernova. The most common models were Lola's latest T324 followed at some distance by the new Royale RP19, the preceding three Lola models (T320, T322 and T252) and then the new Supernova Tui BH5.
Eddie Miller won five of the 11 races in his Carl Haas Lola T324 and Howdy Holmes and Herm Johnson also won for Lola. Three of the other four races fell to the ex-Ingle Zink of Tom Bagley with the Laguna Seca race being won by the Elden Mk14 of Fred Philips. Bobby Rahal managed a couple of podium finishes in his Bill Scott Racing Royale RP19, as did Bob Lazier in his Fred Opert Racing Supernova Tui. Scott also entered the ex-Elliot Forbes-Robinson Lynn 001 in which Jon Batchelor finished second at Daytona in February. Two European FSV champions made an appearance: Keke Rosberg was sixth at Watkins Glen in October in the Opert Supernova Tui and Mikko Kozarowitzky was sixth at Daytona a month later in his ATS Lola.
As well as the aforementioned Haas, Bunce, Bill Scott, Zink and Opert teams, other leading outfits included Ray Heppenstall's Lola for Richard Melville and Len Miller's Viceroy-backed Lola for Benny Scott.
01 Feb 1975 > Daytona
21 Mar 1975 > Sebring
20 Apr 1975 > Road Atlanta
04 May 1975 > Laguna Seca
10 May 1975 > Riverside
26 May 1975 > Lime Rock
13 Jul 1975 > Watkins Glen
23 Aug 1975 > Elkhart Lake
21 Sep 1975 > Mosport Park
04 Oct 1975 > Watkins Glen
30 Nov 1975 > Daytona
|1.||Eddie Miller||Carl Haas Lola T324||118 pts||5 wins|
|2.||Tom Bagley||Zink Z10 and Z11||110 pts||3 wins|
|3.||Howdy Holmes||Wilbur Bunce Lola T324||97 pts||1 win|
|4.||Richard Melville||Ray Heppenstall Lola T324||82 pts|
|5.||Bob Lazier||Fred Opert Supernova Tui BH5||64 pts|
The other two races were won by Herm Johnson (Lola T324) and Fred Phillips (Elden Mk14).