US Formula Super Vee 1985
Ralt continued their domination of US Super Vee with nearly 90% of the grids and 11 out of 12 winners. They also swept the top 6 finishing places in half the races with only Belgian Didier Theys and his Martini MK47, winners at Watkins Glen, presenting any sort of challenge. Ansons continued to appear but shone rarely, Kim Campbell managing some decent performances and Tommy Byrne once qualifying in second spot for a guest drive in the Mark Pivec Racing Anson SA6.
Ken Johnson edged out Davy Jones for the title with Mike Groff close behind. Jeff Andretti was also quick, winning three races but crashing out of even more.
13 Apr 1985 > Long Beach
25 May 1985 > Indianapolis Raceway Park
02 Jun 1985 > Milwaukee
23 Jun 1985 > Detroit
30 Jun 1985 > Meadowlands Sports Complex
07 Jul 1985 > Cleveland
03 Aug 1985 > Road America
25 Aug 1985 > Watkins Glen
01 Sep 1985 > Mid-Ohio
08 Sep 1985 > Sanair
06 Oct 1985 > Laguna Seca
13 Oct 1985 > Phoenix International Raceway
|1.||Ken Johnson||Provimi Veal Ralt RT5/85||144 pts||1 win|
|2.||Davy Jones||Garvin Brown Ralt RT5/85||139 pts||3 wins|
|3.||Mike Groff||Ralt RT5/85||131 pts||2 wins|
|4.||Cary Bren||Ralt American Ralt RT5/85||118 pts|
|5.||Jeff Andretti||Ralt American Ralt RT5/85||112 pts||3 wins|
The other three races were won by Didier Theys (Martini MK47), Mike Hooper (Colin Bennett Racing Ralt RT5/84) and Peter Pandur (in his converted ex-F3 Ralt RT3).
This points table is taken from the SCCA Pro Racing Media Guide 1988.