OZ Rac­ing Wheels Starts at P22,400

Top Gear (Philippines) - - The Garage - Words by Matthew Galang

These wheels may not be from the myth­i­cal land of Oz, but Italy-based OZ Rac­ing pro­duces wheels that might as well hail from a mag­i­cal land in the hearts of car nuts. Founded in a fill­ing sta­tion in 1971, the com­pany takes its name from the ini­tials of its founders; Sil­vano Osel­ladore and Pi­etro Zen. To­day the com­pany is based in San Martino di Lu­pari and of­fers high-class al­loy wheels not only for cars, but also for mo­tor­cy­cles. OZ Rac­ing was brought into the lo­cal mar­ket by a col­lab­o­ra­tion be­tween OZ Rac­ing Ja­pan’s Ryo Asakura and lo­cal busi­ness­man and car guy Raffy David. The e-com­merce site they’ve set up lists all their prod­ucts’ prices for easy ref­er­ence and easy cal­cu­la­tions for how many meals you’ll re­place with in­stant noo­dles to af­ford a full set of their qual­ity wheels. The full range of OZ Rac­ing’s lineup is on of­fer, the most pop­u­lar of which is the Su­per­tur­ismo GT, a matte-black ver­sion of the iconic white Su­per­tur­ismo WRC. And what­ever isn’t in stock can be brought to the coun­try in 30 days or less. OZ Rac­ing has also been li­censed to sell af­ter­mar­ket wheels from Sparco, a house­hold name for any car guy. You just can’t go wrong with OZ Rac­ing wheels, as even the cheap­est op­tion in their wheel lineup car­ries their rep­u­ta­tion for qual­ity and per­for­mance. So, if you’re in the mar­ket for some wheels to round out your ride, OZ Rac­ing de­serves a spot on your short­list. Af­ter all, if com­peti­tors from the high­est ech­e­lons of mo­tor­sports like F1, WRC, and DTM de­pend on OZ Rac­ing, you can rest as­sured that all four cor­ners of your car will be in good hands. 91 Con­gres­sional Ave., Brgy Ba­hay Toro, Que­zon City

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