Driver Profiles

Derek Malcolm


Derek Malcolm


Ottawa, Ontario


2013 Chromworx
2010 Roadster

Class: Super Pro - Top Dragster
Best E.T.: 7:57 @ 181 mph
Pit Crew:

Troy, D&D


A.D.M. Motorsports


Busters Bar

Fireball Automatics


2008 Undercover SwingArm

2010 Corvette Roadster

Undercover Dragster

Advanced Chassis Altered 02-03
Pennzoil Vega 2004 half season

2004 Undercover Four Link Dragster

2006 Undercover Four Link Dragster

2013 Chormeworx Top Dragster
Quick Facts
Derek will be heading into his 15th. full season of Super Pro competition in NHRA Drag Racing. From Rookie of the year in 2000, Derek went on to the runner up spot in the Show Me the Money Tour in 2001. 2002 was a bit of a off season as Derek switched from the Dragster to a real trick Advance Chassis Altered.  Competing against some of the best Bracket Racers in Canada however, Derek was able to go to more finals than any other driver. 2003 saw Derek go into his second year in the altered and that turned out to be the best, as he went on to claim the Super Pro track Championship in only his fourth season of racing.  This championship had some special meaning to it, as Derek became the youngest driver to ever do so in this country. 2004 would once again see Derek move to a new car, and something once again totally different than the past, a Top Gun Quick Eight Door Car. With Pro MOD'S being the most popular car in North America these days, Derek had made it clear he would some day like to drive one, So that season would see that evolution begin as he would make his debut in a Top Sportsman type of car. Life is also a little different these days, as after graduating from Algonquin with a Marketing and Advertising Degree Derek has begun work full time for Pitney-Bowes. Derek had also taken over a few extra duties as far as running Luskville Dragway the family owned Drag strip where he grew up. Update Sept 04: Derek's days behind the wheel of a door car didn't last long as he found himself back behind the wheel of a new undercover soft tail dragster by Sept of 2004. Derek will continue to campaign the new digger in 2005 with hopes of a possible Top Sportsman ride also, as team ADM Motorsports continues to add to the stable. Update Dec 2006: Derek had what many would call a great 2006, winning the Show Me the Money Tour Super Pro Championship, The $10,000 Bracket Bonanza and being voted driver of the year, this young man has certainly set the bar high for the 2007 season. Well the 2007 season is now behind us and Derek can claim two championships, the  Luskville Super Pro Series as well as the Quad Royal Series. Derek will enter 2008 with the same car that carried into the past two great seasons but a new car was on the horizon. Well that new car arrived mid season and helped Derek recover from what was turning out to be not that good a year,  going many rounds pushed Derek to top five finishes in two of the three series. This was the first season since the beginning though that Derek did not win a race. Look for that to change in 2009. Well its been a while since we updated so there is a lot, another new dragster has come and gone, a few more championships, the opening of his own business, Malcolm Carpentry and Construction, but more importantly a marriage and the addition of two young girls too the family. Derek would win the 2012 Napa Auto Parts Show Me the Money Tour for the second time, and then would sell the dragster he did so in. A new car is in the horizon for Derek in 2013, well that year saw Derek win the track championship, and then go on and win both the Napa Tour Series and the Track Series in 2014. Derek has continued his winning ways as we head into 2017 adding track championship's to his title each year or the past 4. 2017 will see him drive the teams new corvette roadster trying yet again to do it his way.