Roy Woods, president of American Racing Associates, won the 1970
Kimberly Cup as the most improved driver in Sports Car Club of
America racing. He drove a Chevrolet Camaro to second place in the
Southern Pacific Division class A-Sedan point standings with victories
at Holtville, Calif., Phoenix, Ariz, and Portland, Oregon.
Woods switched over to the ex-Mark Donohue Sunoco Javlin for the
American Road Race of Champions at Road Atlanta and won the 1970
National Championship in A-Sedan. Woods, and 1969 Continental
champion Tony Adamowicz will campaign a pair of ARA Javelins in the
1971 Trans-American Championship series for sports sedans, and
also be driving a Lola T192 in the Continental series.
Photo & Profile 1971