WERC Racers Battle Heat and Darkness at Buttonwillow

When 28 teams took to the grid for the 6:30 p.m. start of round two of the Western Endurance Racing Challenge series at Buttonwillow Raceway Park, temperatures still hovered in the low 100s. Racers boiled on grid as seconds ticked down to the start. When the green flag flew, the field took off at sprint-race pace for the three-hour enduro.
In ESR, Team Green Alternative Motorsports took its Honda-powered Norma chassis to a class win. Team Competitive Edge racing came in second in its rotary-engine Amac sports racer.
“The start was good,” said Competitive Edge driver John Bosso. “We had a good, solid car that was competitive. We started 13th and moved up to fourth overall, and we got a flat.

2016-12-07T10:24:35-08:00August 1st, 2015|