Friday 24th September 2021


H&R special springs is a synonym for countless victories in many motorsport classes, but at the same time one of the leading manufacturers of high-quality chassis components for automobiles. The range currently includes over 3.000 applications, also for the latest car models, always with a parts certificate or ABE. The portfolio includes coil springs, sport springs, shock absorbers, sports and coilover suspensions, spacers, stabilizers and electronic lowering systems. H&R also manufactures compression and tension springs for industrial applications. Both the development and test department and production are located at the headquarters in Lennestadt in the Sauerland region, where quality products are manufactured for customers and clients in over 70 countries under the H&R trademark. H&R has its own subsidiary in North America. H&R stands for intensive technology transfer from motorsport to the development of innovative chassis components for road vehicles. But leading teams in Formula 1, the DTM, the endurance classics in Le Mans, Daytona or the Nürburgring as well as other racing series rely on H&R know-how, as does the automotive industry. For example, Porsche equips all sports and racing models with H&R technology ex works.

Poison dwarf doping: H&R sport springs for the Toyota Yaris GR

HR sport springs Toyota Yaris GR 1 310x165 poison dwarf doping: H&R sport springs for the Toyota Yaris GR

[Advertisement] Tommi Mäkkinen, who is responsible for the rally business at Toyota, is also responsible for the Yaris GR. With a length of 3,95 meters, the poison dwarf derivative of the otherwise rather inconspicuous small car relies on tough racing technology. Permanent all-wheel drive scores among others ...

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Even more fun with the entry-level model: H&R sport springs for the Mercedes A 35 AMG sedan

Mercedes A35 AMG Sedan Sport Springs Front 310x165 Even more fun with the entry-level model: H&R Sport Springs for the Mercedes A 35 AMG Sedan

[Advertisement] Even the Affalterbach entry-level model has all the attributes of a real AMG-Benz. These include rear diffuser and spoiler lip, rich sound and a lot of power. Going from zero to a hundred under five seconds is all worthy of honor. And reason enough for the H&R engineers, too ...

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