Brenspeed driver Brent White took his new ride to Bradenton, Fla. on the weekend, the first of nine 2010 National Mustang Racing Association (NMRA) series races for the Saleen Speedlab-bodied car.
The racecar boasts a Brenspeed B302 engine boosted by the new Saleen Series 6.5 supercharger, tuned by Brenspeed to achieve its 600-plus horsepower. The new, all-aluminum B302 short block is available now from Brenspeed.
"Saleen and Brenspeed have partnered for the 2010 season because we have common goals," said Speedlab director Jess Albright. "Brenspeed has a great presence at the track and they’re extremely willing to help people on and off the track. We work closely with them to satisfy customers’ needs for high-performance vehicles.”
White was ranked ninth at the end of the 2009 NMRA season, and seeks to improve his performance in 2010 behind the wheel of the Brenspeed / Saleen racecar. He is eager to show enthusiasts the performance and power of Saleen and Brenspeed.
“This weekend, Brenspeed and Saleen will show an example of the perfect balance between streetcar and high-performance racing machine when we debut the racecar at the NMRA event in Bradenton,“ White said before the meet.
“We’re there to create a relationship with customers and demonstrate the power and performance of Saleen’s different products on track. We’ll show consumers how they can use Speedlab products to significantly increase the performance of a standard Mustang GT that anyone can buy at a Ford dealer.”
Dragzine has full results from the Shootout, and follow the links for more info on Saleen and Brenspeed.