US Formula Super Vee 1982
Super Vee was not quite a single-make series in 1982 but it was close. Ralt fllled the top 6 finishing places seven times in 11 races and the only variety came from Bertils Racing Engines' new Anson SA3V, Gary Pratt's irrepressible Protofab-Riley and the old March 80V of Brad Hulings. Argo produced their new JM12 but the best it achieved was a seventh place at Milwaukee driven by Jon Beekhuis.
With Galles Racing having moved up to Can-Am and Arciero having found Pete Halsmer a CART drive, Michael Andretti took over the Arciero Ralt RT5/81 and dominated the FSV season.
Ed Pimm, with a Red Roof Inns-backed RT5/81, Davy Jones in a similar Calidu-sponsored car, and Mike Miller were Andretti's closest competitors but only won one race each. Other winners were Jerrill Rice, again in a RT5/81, and Peter Moodie who provided the shock result of the season winning at Road America in the Anson.
28 Mar 1982 > Phoenix International Raceway
26 May 1982 > Charlotte
05 Jun 1982 > Detroit
13 Jun 1982 > Milwaukee
25 Jul 1982 > Road America
01 Aug 1982 > Milwaukee
12 Sep 1982 > Mosport Park
26 Sep 1982 > Michigan International Speedway
03 Oct 1982 > Riverside
10 Oct 1982 > Laguna Seca
06 Nov 1982 > Phoenix International Raceway
|1.||Michael Andretti||Arciero Racing Ralt RT5/81||152 pts||6 wins|
|2.||Ed Pimm||Ralt RT5/81||116 pts||1 win|
|3.||Davy Jones||Ralt RT5/81||107 pts||1 win|
|4.||Mike Miller||Ralt RT5/81||99 pts||1 win|
|5.||Rick Talbot||Ralt RT5/81||77 pts|