Forgeline's forged concave wheels feature deep concave profiles for a modern muscular look. We custom-build these deep dish concave wheels from forged 6061-T6 aluminum in 18", 19", 20", and 21" diameters to fit virtually any application!
Forgeline's fully-forged one piece monoblock wheels are machined entirely from a single 6061-T6 aluminum forging to create a wheel that is extremely stiff, exceptionally strong, and very lightweight. If you want the stiffest, strongest, and lightest racing wheel possible, then you want Forgeline one piece monoblock wheels. Available in 18", 19", 20" and 21" diameters in a range of offsets to fit most applications.
Designed with performance in mind, Forgeline Performance Series forged 6061-T6 aluminum wheels are engineered with a stepped-lip and other features to deliver light weight and high strength characteristics to sports cars and muscle cars. We custom-build these wheels in 17", 18", 19", 20", and 21" diameters to fit virtually any application!
Forgeline Competition Series lightweight racing wheels are engineered for race cars and dedicated track duty. They are made from forged 6061-T6 aluminum and include features like I-beamed spokes, deeply-machined centers, and aggressive load ratings to be extremely strong, extremely stiff, and extremely lightweight. We custom-build these wheels in 17", 18", 19", 20" and limited 21" diameters to fit virtually any application!
Forgeline's Heritage Series wheels represent the best of our designs from over two decades of engineering and manufacturing America's finest custom made-to-order forged aluminum wheels. These classic designs are retro-cool and work well with virtually every class of automobile, from muscle cars to supercars to luxury vehicles.
Forgeline Premier Series deep lip wheels are intended to deliver maximum style to the hottest street cars. They are made from forged 6061-T6 aluminum and are designed with a flat reverse-lip to create a deep profile and a striking appearance. We custom-build these wheels in 18", 19", 20" and 22" diameters to fit virtually any application!
Designed by Ben Hermance of Hermance Design and manufactured by Forgeline Motorsports, Grip Equipped designer series wheels combine Forgeline’s track-proven racing experience with Ben Hermance‘s renowned design success. Merging classic design elements, modern engineering principles, and advanced manufacturing techniques, Grip Equipped wheels are without compromise and deliver a balance of style, performance, and attitude to any vehicle. We custom-build these wheels in 18", 19", and 20" diameters to fit virtually any application!
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Memorial Day 2015 Schedule - May 19, 2015

flagPlease note that Forgeline Motorsports will be closed on Monday, May 25, 2015 in observance of Memorial Day. We will re-open for business as usual on Tuesday, May 26, 2015. Please enjoy your weekend safely!

 

 

Fergus Dominates PWC at Mosport - May 18, 2015
Corey Fergus #00 Porsche Cayman on Forgeline GA3R Wheels

Corey Fergus #00 Porsche Cayman on Forgeline GA3R Wheels

The Pirelli World Challenge Championship racing series travelled to Canadian Tire Motorsports Park, over the weekend of May 16-17, for rounds four, five, and six of the TC class 2015 championship. Forgeline customers dominated the weekend with a pair of victories for Corey Fergus in his #00 Porsche Cayman and a pair of third place podium finishes for Cody Ellsworth in the #04 Porsche Cayman, both cars on Forgeline GA3R wheels.

The weekend’s action started in Friday’s round four, where Corey qualified his Porsche Cayman in second place, just ahead of fellow Forgeline racer Cody Ellsworth in the #04 Autometrics Motorsports Porsche Cayman. However, a hard-fought battle, during the race itself, saw Cody hang onto third place while Corey dropped into fourth place to take the checkered flag

Friday’s round four finish positions translated into Saturday’s round five starting positions. And once again, Cody Ellsworth managed to score yet another third place finish in his #04 Autometrics Motorsports Porsche Cayman. But this time, Corey Fergus got a jump at the start, and launched into second place (behind Ernie Francis Jr, in the #98 Mazda MX5). Then on a restart at lap 11, Corey stole the lead from Ernie and held on for the win with a 0.081 second margin of victory, the closest touring car finish ever at Mosport!

Sunday’s round six race began with the same starting order as the round five finish results, which meant that Corey started from the front and Cody started in the third spot. So not surprisingly, Corey took advantage of his pole position and led from flag to flag, earning his second victory of the weekend! Unfortunately, a less-than-perfect race for Cody broke his streak of thirds, and he finished in fourth place, just 0.06 second from the podium!

We are very proud of the efforts displayed by all of the Forgeline teams at Mosport, and we thank them for trusting Forgeline to carry the load!

The Pirelli World Challenge Championship GT/GTA season resumes again on May 29-31 at the Detroit Grand Prix, with the entire series returning to Road America on June 26-28.

Double Victory at Laguna Seca - May 4, 2015
#73 Park Place Motorsports Porsche 911 GT America on Forgeline One Piece Forged Monoblock GTD1 Wheels

#73 Park Place Motorsports Porsche 911 GT America on Forgeline One Piece Forged Monoblock GTD1 Wheels

What has been an extremely successful racing season for Forgeline teams in the ultra-competitive IMSA United SportsCar series continued on the May 2-3, 2015 weekend at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca with victories and podium finishes in BOTH Saturday’s Continental Tire Sportscar Challenge GS race and Sunday’s TUDOR Championship GTD race.

The success started in the Continental Tire GS class, where Matt Bell qualified the #9 Stevenson Motorsports Camaro Z/28.R on Forgeline one piece forged monoblock GS1R wheels on the pole to start Saturday’s race. However, though the #9 Camaro proved itself to be fast enough to win the race, the gamble of pit strategy didn’t work in their favor, and they ended up with a respectable 11th place finish. But it was a different story for their sister car, the #6 Stevenson Motorsports Camaro Z/28.R (also on Forgeline one piece forged monoblock GS1R wheels).  After starting third on the grid, the #6 car gambled on an early pit stop and then battled their way back through the field to the front. As the race’s final moments counted down, they found themselves in the lead and managed to hang on for the win, despite a challenge from the second place #15 Mustang Boss 302R.

Their win at Laguna Seca was the second in a row for the Stevenson Motorsports #6 Camaro, having also won the GS race at Sebring, in March. And co-driver Andrew Davis attributes a small part of the team’s success to the strength and reliability of their Forgeline one piece forged monoblock GS1R wheels, saying, “Thanks Forgeline for such a great product! We put your wheels through the paces on track, and they never disappoint! 5 victories and counting!!”

Then in Sunday’s premier TUDOR Championship race, after qualifying on the pole position, Patrick Lindsey and teammate Spencer Pumpelly drove the #73 Park Place Motorsports Porsche GT America on Forgeline one piece forged monoblock GTD1 wheels to a GTD class victory. Not far behind them, the #23 Team Seattle Porsche GT America (also on Forgeline one piece forged monoblock GTD1 wheels) followed up their impressive win at Sebring with a third place podium finish at Laguna Seca. Thus bookends on the podium for Forgeline teams in TUDOR GTD.

Following their decisive GTD class victory at Laguna Seca, Patrick Lindsey sent his own note of appreciation, saying, “Thank you Forgeline for everything you have done and continue to do for our team….You are a big part of this win!!!”

We are very proud of the efforts displayed by all of the Forgeline teams at Laguna Seca, and we thank them for trusting Forgeline to carry the load!

The IMSA TUDOR Championship series teams meet again at Belle Isle in Detroit, MI on May 30, while both the TUDOR and CTSC teams get back to action on June 27-28 at Watkins Glen International.

New Black Pearl Finish - April 22, 2015
Forgeline GT3C Concave with Black Pearl Outer

Forgeline GT3C Concave with Black Pearl Outer

All of us at Forgeline are very proud of our in-house finishing and powder coating facility. Having this capability under our own roof enables us to deliver a level of quality and service that would not otherwise be possible by farming out to an external vendor. It also allows us to experiment with new ideas and create cool new finish options to meet the needs and wants of our customers. The latest example is our newest finish: Black Pearl.

Our new “Black Pearl” outer rim shell finish option is a combination of a polished rim with a special high-gloss semi-translucent tinted powder coat that creates a beautiful smokey pearl appearance.

Black Pearl is an optional powder coat upgrade available on all three piece outer rim shells. See more at: http://www.forgeline.com/products/accessories-finishes/outer-rim-finishes/orf-black-pearl.html

 

Winning at Sebring - March 25, 2015
Team Seattle's #23 Porsche GT America on One Piece Forged Monoblock Forgeline GTD1 Wheels Racing to Victory at the 12 Hours of Sebring

Team Seattle’s #23 Porsche GT America on One Piece Forged Monoblock Forgeline GTD1 Wheels Racing to Victory at the 12 Hours of Sebring

The second race of the 2015 IMSA United SportsCar season brought teams to the legendary Sebring International Raceway for the famous 12 Hours of Sebring. A race known for being especially brutal (thanks to a combination of an unusually bumpy race circuit, the hot Florida temperatures, and a grueling 12 hour endurance format), it would prove to be a serious of test of teams, race cars, and wheels.

But as they almost always do, Forgeline’s racing customers met this challenge head on, overcame adversity, and beat the odds with wins and podium finishes in multiple classes, including a major endurance win for Team Seattle’s Alex Job Racing-prepared “The Heart of Racing” Porsche 911 GT America in the TUDOR Championship GTD class!

However, the incredibly successful weekend at Sebring actually started in Friday’s Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge race, where Stevenson Motorsports’ #9 and #6 Chevy Camaro Z/28.R racecars on Forgeline GS1R wheels started on the front row and then dominated most of the race. When the checkered flag fell, the Stevenson cars had swapped positions, but remained at the top of the GS class field with the #6 car earning the win and the #9 car finishing in second (just 0.393 seconds later). MBRP Exhaust’s Martin Barkey also enjoyed his best finish of his IMSA career, narrowly missing the podium with a 4th place finish in his #80 Mantella Autosport Camaro Z/28.R (also on Forgeline GS1R wheels).

Forgeline-equipped cars also dominated the Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge ST class race, where a huge starting field contributed to some ultra-competitive and exciting racing action. Though the Forgeline-equipped #18 and #56 Porsche Caymans (from RS1 and Murillo Racing, respectively) had qualified near the front, it was the #83 Porsche Cayman from Next Level European who led the way to victory on their 17-inch one piece forged monoblock Forgeline GS1R wheels. Right behind them, in second place, was the #64 Team TGM BMW 328i (also on Forgeline wheels).

But the big drama of the weekend was on Saturday, where four different classes would take the green flag in the 63rd Annual Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring endurance race. Not only would these TUDOR Championship teams need to compete with their peers and contend with Sebring’s difficult race circuit, but they would also have to share the track with multiple classes (of varying speeds) and almost three hours of racing in the dark!

At the end of the day, after twelve hours of ups and downs, hard driving, and unyielding effort by the entire team, Team Seattle was at the front of the pack and found themselves in an intense battle for the GTD class lead with the #93 Dodge Viper. The closing laps saw multiple lead changes, but when the checkered flag finally fell after twelve long hours, the #23 Team Seattle Porsche GT America on Forgeline GTD1 wheels claimed a well-earned victory (their first ever) in the prestigious GTD class!

We are very proud of the efforts displayed by all of the Forgeline teams at Sebring, and we thank them for trusting Forgeline to carry the load.

Forgeline customers return to racing action this weekend (March 27-29) with the Pirelli World Challenge Championship Grand Prix of St. Petersburg. While our IMSA United SportsCar teams compete again on May 2-3 at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca.

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