Earlier we reported on a tale of a man, a Mustang, and a broken wheel. The wheel maker's shady actions after the wheel failure (most notably alteration of their warranty after the fact) didn't exactly earn them much sympathy in our comments, though there was plenty of speculation if the painting process (not powder-coating) affected the wheels, as well as the wisdom of taking such thin-spoke wheels on the track in the first place. Neither of which changes the fundamental impression that these wheels, which appear marketed as suitable for track use, failed spectacularly on the track.
Kinja is in read-only mode. We are working to restore service.