As told by Mike Kimble: Armond Holley started on dirt where he was a top driver. While Armond became best known for his years of driving asphalt supermodifieds, he was also a very accomplished asphalt late model (LM) driver. Driving the orange and black #44 Chevelle of Bobby Harrell, Armond finished second to Freddy Fryar in LM points at JIS in 1969. After the asphalt supermodifieds phased out in the southeast, Armond moved north making a name for himself nationally driving asphalt supermodifieds across the company. After moving north, he was most noted for driving rear engine supers built on a chassis by Alabama builder Bill Hite. Armond also had considerable success driving asphalt midgets in the northeast
Armond Holly takes a shot at NASCAR
Picture donated by Armond Holley Jr
Armond Holley at a northern Ohio track driving a rear engine car owned by Bill Port.
Picture donated by Jim Carmichael from the Ohio Valley
Article about Armond Holley Racing Super Modifieds up North
Article from Mobile Internatioinal Speedway about Armond Holley's Death