Kevin Rentzell (No. 9), on the Raw Racing Yamaha FZR400, drives riders on big-bore bikes nuts at Little Talladega in a WERA National Endurance race in March of 1990. That’s Mike Smith (No. 1) on the Team Suzuki Endurance Suzuki GSXR1100 and Paul Bray (No. 2) on the Human Race Team Yamaha FZR1000. I think
Tom Kipp leads a group of riders that includes Don Canet (No. 90), Fritz Kling (No. 421) and Kevin Rentzell (No. 48) during a WERA Pro Formula USA race at Indianapolis Raceway Park in October of 1989. Canet, riding a Suzuki GSXR1100, eventually topped this group, finishing sixth ahead of Kling, Kipp and Rentzell. Kling
Greg Tysor (No. 67) leads Kurt Hall (No. 60), Cam Roos (No. 312), Jim Still (No. 25), Kevin Rentzell (No. 48) and the rest of the field in the C Superbike final at the WERA Grand National Final in November of 1987. All were on Honda 600 Hurricanes. Tysor held off Rentzell to win the
Texan Wesley Winchester (No. 27) leads the field going into turn one on his Suzuki GSXR750 at the start of the WERA B Superbike final during the 1987 Grand National Final at Road Atlanta. Winchester’s Suzuki was at a bit of a disadvantage in the Superbike race since it was essentially a production bike with
Jeff Hagan leads Fritz Kling, Britt Turkington, Robbie Petersen, Kevin Rentzell and Wes Cooley through a set of esses during a WERA Formula USA race at Memphis Motorsports Park in September of 1990. Unfortunately Hagan scored a DNF in this race, as did Kling. The top finisher among this group was Rentzell who scored seventh.