The concept of race wheels is nothing new, but what exactly does it mean?
Race wheels are essentially wheeled cars that can run at high speeds, but the concept is far from new.
According to Wikipedia, the first race wheels were produced in 1678 by William M. Hilliard, who built a racing car for the London Royal Society.
The first wheeled car to win the Formula 1 Grand Prix was the 1871 Mercedes-Benz W18, a race car that raced at a speed of 200mph (330 km/h).
The first racing car to hit 60mph was the 1793 Formula 1 Car of 1872, which raced at 186mph (300 km/hr).
Since the 1800s, there has been a lot of racing cars built, and even today, race cars are used in sports such as NASCAR.
Some manufacturers have also experimented with race wheels, such as the Honda NSX, which was the first supercar to be driven on a track.
The NSX is the only one of these racing cars that uses race wheels.
The car was designed by Honda engineers, but it wasn’t until 1954 that the car was licensed to the US National Auto Club (NAC) in 1958.
The NAC would eventually use the car to race in the 1967 Le Mans 24 Hours.
In 1964, the NAC decided to make the car a race.
In 1965, the race car was modified to run on street tires, which led to the NSX being the first racing race car to be modified for street tires.
However, the NSV was the last of the race cars to be raced.
The racing cars were sold at auction in the 1970s, and then the car disappeared from public view for the next 25 years.
However the car did survive and is now in the collection of the National Automobile Museum.
What does race wheels mean to you?
What is the difference between racing wheels and race cars and what are they used for?
The NACA’s website has a lot more information about the race wheels and the NSVS, but for now, here are some more links to help you understand the difference: Wikipedia – Wikipedia’s entry on race wheels