Manufacturing lightweight racing wheels requires a fine balance between looking for weight savings and ensuring no loss in safety or durability. What good is an ultra-light, ultra-high performance wheel if it won't last more than a few laps? Jongbloed Wheels utilizes the latest design software to optimize weight and construction with no sacrifice to the structural integrity or durability of the wheel. Many simulation hours coupled with years of proven on-track racing experience have been invested in search of the optimum formula. We're always seeking improvement, but the wheels we sell represent the very best that our vast experience has taught us.
Lighter wheels mean less unsprung weight and rotational mass, enhancing the performance and handling characteristics of a car. Lighter wheels also means less rolling inertia to stop and start—and as any racer knows, maximizing efficiency of motion is the quickest way to cut precious seconds from a hot lap. Our wheels are optimized to create rigidity across the face of the wheel, which minimizes the stress of cornering load energy being transmitted into the wheel face. Just as chassis stiffness is important for maximum suspension effectiveness, wheel rigidity is important for applying maximum, and event, tire pressure through the contact patch, to the racetrack. Rigid wheels increase performance, and in doing so, relieve flexion through the materials—preventing failure.
Jongbloed Racing Wheels has over 30 years of history engineering and building the lightest, safest, most durable wheels money can buy. Each of our wheel applications is measured and tested extensively as it's created, meaning that we apply every bit of our knowledge to each wheel we build—every time. In the past year, we've overhauled our entire rim manufacturing process to set a new standard for quality in the industry. With a unique spinning process, tooling and special heat-treat process, Jongbloed manufactures rims that have ultra-light weight, superior strength, excellent durability and absolute concentricity. Lighter is better—but engineered lighter is best.