We at PROTRACK (formerly Profilreifen24 GmbH) have been active in motor sports since 2001 and live the business with wheels, tires and events.
It is our claim to offer our customers the highest possible quality at a fair price - out of love for cars and motor sports.
For this reason the wheel brand PROTRACK was created in 2017. Here the enthusiasm and passion of PROTRACK GmbH are fused with the know-how and meticulousness of a renowned design and development office to create light and stable light alloy wheels. Wheels that not only give pleasure in motor sports, but also in road traffic due to their TÜV certification.
Our goal is to always offer our customers the best product.
If the market cannot provide this, we have to develop this product ourselves.
The PROTRACK wheels brand was born out of this claim.
Our wheels are not only road-approved by the TÜV, but have to prove themselves daily on the racetracks of this world.
This requires a metal structure that is as free of blowholes and pores.
After casting, our wheels are inspected in fully automatic X-ray testing facilities and, if necessary, sorted out and recycled.
Structure Optimizing Mechanical Machining is a precise automated process in which the material irrelevant to wheel strength is removed on CNC-controlled machines. The areas in question are already defined in the early development phase.
This saves weight, which quickly affects the performance of a vehicle, especially in the case of rotating masses.
In order to withstand the daily environmental influences in summer and winter as best as possible, our wheels are mechanically cleaned and powder-coated after mechanical processing.
The layers consist of primer, base coat and the final clear coat. This guarantees not only an optically beautiful surface, but also the highest possible protection against mechanical (e.g. stone chipping) and chemical effects (e.g. road salt).
Especially in motor sports it is important to deliver the highest possible precision in all components.
That's why all our wheels are inspected before and after the painting for their concentricity, as well as for their radial runout and lateral runout.
In Flow Forming, the rim bed of the cast blank is rolled out under the influence of heat in an additional production step.
The material is compacted by the rolling out process, which gives it greater strength and stability. This allows smaller wall thicknesses to be achieved in the rim bed, which of course also has a positive effect on the weight of the wheel.
Since there is a significant weight advantage, especially with larger wheel widths, we offer our wheels from a width of 9.5 inches as Flow Forming models.