guest & rinehart

Guest & rinehart history

Mart Rinehart and Larry Guest formed the Guest & Rinehart Drag Race Team in 1993. With Marty Rinehart, Jr. driving, they bracket raced a 27-T roadster for five years before converting to Super Gas. Later, the team raced a ‘68 Caprice in Stock and won NHRA class championships at 2 national events. Earning a #6 finish in NHRA’s Division 1 in 2000 convinced the team to move up to Super Stock. They raced in Stock Eliminator while their Super Stock ’69 Camaro was under construction at Rinehart’s Performance Race Cars.
 

The team’s first year in Super Stock, Guest & Rinehart posted impressive results, including a number of semi-final, runner-up and final-round appearances. At NHRA National Open events at Atco Raceway and Mason Dixon Dragway, they were winner and runner-up, respectively. NHRA Divisional races saw the team achieve success as well. At the Numidia Raceway NHRA Division 1 Points race, they advanced to the semi-final round. At an East Coast Stock Super Stock Association event, they advanced to the final round at Atco Raceway. Finally, at Beaver Springs Dragway, they runner-upped at their first-ever IHRA Divisional race.   Each year they continue to improve by going quicker and faster down the quarter mile.  The results are winning more rounds and promoting our current sponsors products to promote more sales. 

Guest & Rinehart invites you to become a single race sponsor of the team, or to partner with us for the entire season as a primary or associate sponsor.  Guest & Rinehart keeps getting better and faster, while racing at increasingly competitive levels. Our driver, Marty Rinehart, Jr., is an accomplished racing veteran.  The team will participate in the 2008 NHRA racing season with a proven car and engine combination and will attend events between early May and late October, competing primarily in the Mid-Atlantic. 

racing accopmlishments

2017 NHRA Thunder valley Nationals bristol,tenn. super stock winner

This was our first NHRA National Event Win.  We defeated Greg Stanfield in the final.  An  .010 light and running .01 over sealed the deal.

2017 NHRA Virginia Motorsports park LODRS super stock Winner

NHRA LODRS Event at Maple Grove raceway Super stock winner

IHRA National event at MIR in budds creek ,MD Super stock winner

NHRA LODRS at ATCO Raceway in atco nj super stock runner up