Why Drag Racers Love BTE Racing Parts & Customer Service

5 Reasons Drag Racers + BTE Racing = A Match Made In Heaven

Valentine’s Day is just a heartbeat away, and all of us here at BTE Racing are busy making sure we show our customers and fellow drag racers plenty of love all year long. Here are just a few ways we try to do just that.

  1. Manufacturing products in the USA.
    Our 40,000-square-foot facility houses the latest CNC equipment and logistics technology to aide in efficiency and quality. We also keep money in the local economy by hiring employees from our own community.

  2. Great deals on freight shipping.
    Being located in the land of FedEx has its perks, and we know how important it is to get your parts on time, and with minimal cost. We’ve negotiated special freight pricing and will always pass it along to our customers.

  3. Knowledgeable customer service.
    We are a company of racers serving other racers. With over 50 years of combined experience (and that’s just our sales guys), our staff is made up of folks that have raced, or are currently still racing their own cars on local dragstrips. Everyone from sales to manufacturing is a true performance enthusiast. With multiple world championships and #1 qualifiers attributed to our name, we offer expert professional technical advice for your racing operation.

  4. BTE is a family-owned business.
    Brandon Barrentine, president of BTE Racing, is proud to carry on the legacy of his grandfather and BTE founder, Bill Taylor. Hoping to influence a new generation of racers by maintaining a commitment to craftsmanship and innovation, Brandon and the entire BTE team keep drag racing fun, family-oriented and inventive.

  5. We’re part of your racing team.
    It is our goal to offer customizable solutions for every car setup, as well as assistance from our Trackside Support Team van on race days, to help you out when it counts the most. We love sharing in your victories by keeping your car and its parts in race-ready condition. 

Posted by Amber Ambrose at 12:25 PM