Forgeline Motorsports, the leader in lightweight yet strong forged aluminum racing wheels, has released the latest addition to their competition series: the ZO1R. Engineered and designed for sports car racing and for dedicated track duty, the ZO1R carries a 2,100-pound load rating with exceptional deflection stiffness to withstand the most rigorous of top-level endurance racing. 
Featuring a split five parallel spoke design, the fully-forged one-piece monoblock uses an open lug center to reduce mass and provide easier access to lug nuts. A standard aluminum center cap is included with each wheel. Each ZO1R is fully forged from a single piece of 6061-T6 aluminum in the company’s Dayton, Ohio manufacturing facility. 
The classic-style wheel has I-beamed spokes, a concave profile and a chamfered outer edge. Forgeline engineered the ZO1R to allow plenty of room for caliper clearance and extreme brake fitment. ZO1R wheels can be manufactured in 18, 19, 20 and 21-inch diameters in any color and finish Forgeline offers.  In addition, Forgeline can create the ZO1R to accommodate most five lug and center lock applications, and, depending on diameter, the wheels can be produced in deep, medium or shallow concave profiles. 

About Forgeline Motorsports
Forgeline Motorsports is a Dayton, Ohio-based manufacturer of premium custom made-to-order automotive wheels for specialty vehicle builders, professional racing teams and enthusiast owners of exclusive sports cars and muscle cars. For nearly 25 years, they have applied their racing experience and passion for motorsports toward engineering and building wheels which can withstand the extreme demands of sports car racing. With an unwavering commitment to strength and safety, Forgeline has earned a spot on some of the world’s fastest vehicles, including those competing in IMSA, Pirelli World Challenge, Trans Am and virtually every road racing series in America. Learn more at or 1-800-886-0093. Follow on Facebook:, Twitter: @ForgelineWheels, or Instagram: @forgeline.

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