Red Bull Brings Endurance Side-by-Side Racing to Brimstone

Racing and festival fun blend at the upcoming Red Bull Stone Scramble in Tennessee.

Red Bull’s Stone Scramble will take place on the infamous Brimstone trails in Huntsville, Tennessee.Red Bull

Professional and amateur side-by-side racers will converge at the upcoming Red Bull Stone Scramble. On September 18, SxS Pro class and SxS Sportsman class racers will go wide open on a Red Bull-designed course at Brimstone OHV park in Huntsville, Tennessee.

And while the specific race trails haven’t been announced, the race will consist of two to three laps of a 9-mile course from a dead-engine start. The estimated race duration is anywhere from an hour to an hour and 20 minutes with a maximum of 20 racers per row in the starting lineup. Red Bull’s Stone Scramble will round out the weekend for Brimstone Paragon, a weekend-long festival including live music and a vendor village.

Mia Chapman in her race-spec Polaris RZR.Red Bull

Among the professionals racing next week, Red Bull Off-Road Junior Team members Mia Chapman, Mitch Guthrie Jr., and Seth Quintero continue their journey through Red Bull’s SxS Scramble Racing Series. “I know Brimstone has many fun trails, so I’m excited to get out there,” Guthrie said, “I’m also just pumped to get back racing, the competition in Tennessee is stiff, and the racing is a blast so I can’t wait to go bang doors again.” The Stone Scramble is the second stop for the racing series. The preceding Red Bull Mountain Scramble at Seven Springs Mountain Resort brought the team to Pennsylvania over Labor Day weekend.

One hundred spots have been allocated for this race, though the spots are not divided equally between the race classes. Spectating is allowed through the purchase of a Brimstone day riding pass ($28) or a Brimstone Paragon festival day pass ($50). Registration for racers and spectators is open and can be found here.