Originally Posted by M3_WC
What does that have to do with HRE having their own facilities and machining their wheels in house?
HRE shod M3's continue to rack up sports car wins and championships.
I will put up HRE racing heritage against ADV non-existent racing heritage any day. Can't race on pretty boat anchors.
2010 Continental Tire Series Champion below, Fall-Line #48 running HRE's all season:
HRE wheels are awesome; I'm a fan.
My point, as I stated, is that every manufacturer has failures. Of course there are advantages to having machines in-house, but that doesn't make someone who outsources the construction to a state of the art facility automatically the producer of inferior wheels.