The Enterprise Automation/Malcolm-Racing Nissan scored their first win of the season on Saturday in the NASA Southern California Regional event at the Buttonwillow raceway in Buttonwillow, CA. After qualifying 1st in class, driver Derrick Malcolm battled difficult track conditions (107°F temperatures) and avoided numerous collisions to maintain his lead on all competitors in class.
Temperatures increased on Sunday, peaking at 110°F during the race. Despite the conditions, Malcolm managed to repeat his performances from the previous day by qualifying and finishing 1st in class.
A report of the event can be found at Malcolm-Racing. The next event scheduled is on August 1st and 2nd at the Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, CA.