Countless hours of preparation goes into a race as challenging as the 49th SCORE Baja 1000. It was a loop race this year that ran from Ensenada to the Pacific Ocean;
Dubbed the “Happiest Race On Earth” the NORRA Mexican 1000 is filled with fun, but is still a tough test of endurance. Days one and two alone travel
Four time Supercross champion Ryan Villopoto had such a great time racing the Baja 1000 with Brenthel Industries that he will be back behind the wheel at The Mint 400.
Brenthel Industries took on the 48th SCORE Baja 1000 (B1K) with a two-truck assault in the Trophy Truck Spec class. Driving the Falken Tire #872
People often say, if you want something done right, do it yourself. That’s been the driving force for the Brenthel Brothers , Jonathan and Jordan.
In off-road racing, success does not come easy. There are many ways to lose a race; poor preparation, bad strategy, the desert, the competition.
When Jon Lee and crew chief Mark Johnson had an idea to build a lightweight single seat class 7200 truck that was a little out of the box, they knew just who to call.
Brenthel Industries does extensive computer modeling and stress analysis on every new product they build. Once the initial design is constructed
Development of the new Spec TT/6100 class truck design from Brenthel Industries continues to proceed with excellent results. In one of the toughest Tecate SCORE Baja 500 in years,
Brenthel Industries has a bevy of their vehicles racing in 2014 including their in-house entries of Jordan and Jonathan Brenthel. Jordan is racing the same truck that Jonathan took
Brenthel Industries has racked up a string of impressive race results in 2013. Their vehicles have competed and won on some of the most demanding courses in
Faced with 500 miles of pure torment at the HDRA Eldorado Reno 500, Brenthel Racing prevailed. The team finished on the podium again with a second place finish
Nick Baldwin, his son Cole and Brian Nix took the Brenthel Luxury Prerunner over one thousand miles to San Jose Del Cabo Baja , Mexico during the NORRA Mexican 1000. They finished third in
Robert Ford might not be a brand name in desert racing yet but if he continues his streak of top finishes, he soon will be. He has finished on the podium in both races
Jamie Galles wins class 7200 at the HDRA, Rockin on the River race in Laughlin, Nevada. Galles and truck builder Brenthel Industries just completed several revisions to the truck prior to the race.
It’s a good weekend of racing when eight out of ten trucks entered into a two-day long, 644 mile torture test all make it to the finish. The Best In The Desert Series, Vegas To Reno
It’s often said there is no substitute for race conditions. You can spend hours out testing but still not duplicate the stresses on a vehicle that take place during competition.
The old saying goes “third times a charm” and that was the case for Jonathan Brenthel at the final race in the Best In The Deser series; the Henderson 250 in Henderson, Nevada.
Four-time AMA World Supercross Champion Ryan Villopoto, (RV2) will be driving a stint at the SCORE Baja 1000, (B1K) in the #873 Brenthel Industries race truck driven by Jonathan Brenthel.
Typically the Brenthel Brothers Jonathan and Jordan, race in different classes or different series’. Jonathan took their 7200 class truck to the SCORE 7200 class championship in 2013.
Anytime you line up for a 500 mile race in Mexico, it’s bound to be a challenge. For Brenthel Industries, the Bud Light SCORE Baja Sur 500 was much more than just a race; it was an adventure.
Two different drivers, two different series; the results are the same. Brenthel Industries took their “in house” 7200 class truck to its second consecutive points championship while racing at the BITD
As the race season winds down, strategies are usually narrowed down to just two. Those who are in contention for a championship race for points
A Pair of podiums for Brenthel Industries at the Best in the Desert Silver State 300 substantiates the performance of their SCORE Championship winning class
In their first year running an in-house race program, Brenthel Industries team drivers Jonathan Brenthel and Jamie Galles with co-drivers Jordan Brenthel
It’s not too often that you finish an entire race without having a change of plans; particularly one as grueling as the 543 mile long, Best in the Desert General Tire Vegas to Reno race.
Would you head into the wilds of Baja Mexico on a 500 mile race without communication? For the Brenthel Racing team, they decided it was
Jonathan Brenthel, with Brother Jordan navigating, finished on the podium in second place at the Mastercraft Safety SCORE Tecate San Felipe 250 offroad race
Brenthel Industries was out in force at the HDRA, South Point Vegas 250. Three new Brenthel trucks, all designed and built in house, all class 7200’s but all very different
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