WELD Racing Releases Track Attack Wheels For Gen 6 Camaros

New from WELD Racing – the Track Attack Wheels for Gen 6 Camaros. These wheels feature WELD’s single beadlock, black anodized center, polished outer rim, and Chevrolet Performance logo. See more details below.

Official Release:

Owners of the Gen 6 Camaro have an all-new track proven wheel for their machines at the drag strip. The WELD Racing Track Attack rear wheel comes in a 16×10–inch diameter/width (part number 88B-610SB-GM) and features WELD’s unique Single Beadlock geometry for precise and even clamping force. Each wheel comes with a black anodized center, polished outer rim, and features the Chevrolet Performance logo prominently machined on the Beadlock Ring.

“WELD Racing is the winningest wheel in drag racing history so it makes perfect sense for Chevrolet Performance to select WELD to develop the ultimate wheel for Gen 6 Camaro Sportsman drag racers,” said Henrique Cisneros, Chairman of WELD Racing.

Working in a licensing partnership with Chevrolet Performance, the new WELD Racing Track Attack rear wheel was developed specifically for the Gen 6 Camaro SS and ZL1 to work with the small rear brake system from Chevrolet Performance (part number 83496515).

“This is the first ever Chevrolet Performance-branded drag wheel. We had strong collaboration between the design and engineering teams at both Chevrolet Performance and WELD Racing,” said Russ O’Blenes, Director of Engineering – Performance Vehicles, Parts & Motorsports. “The result is a striking and serious single beadlock wheel that proudly bears the names of two industry-leading performance brands.”


  • 16×10–inch diameter/width
  • WELD’s unique Single Beadlock geometry
  • Black anodized center, polished outer rim, and features the Chevrolet Performance logo

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Chris McWilliams

Chris McWilliams grew up watching his dad race go-karts around his Southern Indiana home and started racing junior dragsters when he was 10 years old. Chris drove a UMP Mini Stock for two seasons until he totaled his racecar in an accident at Western Kentucky Speedway. He is currently a college student at Oakland City University working on a degree to pay the bills for his dirt racing addiction.
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