Evan Noyes, owner of a small aviation firm, he placed l6th in the 1975
Formula 5000 Championship standings. He only missed one series
event with his highest finish a seventh in the Long Beach Grand Prix.
Other point scoring races for Noyes’ Eagle Creek Aviation Lola T332
were eighth at Pocono, ninth at Mid-Ohio and 10th at Watkins Glen.
Noyes finished ninth in the 1974 Formula 5000 standings, a third at
Mid-Ohio his highest finish. He began competing at Blackhawk Farms
near Rockton, IL.. In early 1968, driving a D sports racing car, then
switched to open-wheeled formula machines the next season. In 1970,
he placed second in the SCCA’s Central Division Formula B standings
and was F/B runner-up at the 1970 American Road Race of
Champions. In 1971, Noyes began appearing on the Formula 5000
circuit, racing a McLaren M18 in three events, a fourth-place finish at
Road America his best placing. He traveled to Australia, New Zealand
to compete in the 1972 Tasman Cup series and tied for ninth place in
the final point standings. In the 72 F5000 series he competed in all
eight events and finished five, driving a Leda Chevy while in 1973 he
finished three of the six races he started in a McRae GMI but was not
high in the standings either year. Noyes also competed in 1973 SCCA
National events and finished third in Formula A (5000) points in the
Central Division and finished in the runner-up position at the
Champion Spark Plug Road Racing Classic.
|Evan Noyes, jr.
photo ? & profile 1976
Residents, Cedarville, Michigan
Born January 3, 1943
|Evan does appear in the
Mid-Ohio movie 1976
|Photo of Evans car in "Roar In The City"
A collection of photos taken during the
Long Beach Formula 5000 race.