Win big with Total 911’s H&R competition
For those of you that didn’t know, H&R Springs was founded in 1981 by two automotive enthusiasts, Werner Heine and Heinz Remmen, who were also qualified suspension engineers. The pair combined their passion for motorsport with a desire to offer the road car enthusiast the best possible quality suspension components using only the highest grade materials at competitive prices and then backed with unparalleled customer service. In fact, H&R were the first German company to obtain TÜV approval for a lowering spring set.
From their factory in Lennestadt, Germany, over 100 employees at H&R develop new applications and produce high quality springs, sport suspensions and anti-roll bars, for both fast road and motorsport applications. And the partnership with Porsche Motorsport began in 1998, continuing with large success to this day. H&R originally equips all Porsche Cup and GT models with specially designed ex works racing springs.
For drivers that need a dedicated motorsport set up for their 996 or 997, you may be interested to hear H&R offer a suspension kit consisting of dampers with adjustable damping force, race tuned lowering springs, roller bearing top mounts, specially designed control arms and aluminium support bearings. If proof were needed as to the effectiveness of H&R’s engineering capability, a car equipped with this kit still retains the fastest ever lap title at the Nürburgring Nordschleife. It’s no wonder they are the industry leader in high performance, quality suspension components, synonymous with consistent, proven suspension performance and quality.
Talking of which, and back to Porsche applications, H&R produce specially designed springs for the GT2, GT3 and their RS versions, and are the OE supplier for the Carerra GT, too. Impressive. Furthermore, it has sport spring sets and sport suspension kits together with a large programme of anti-roll bars, and TRAK+ wheel spacers for the 964, 993,996, 997, and the new 991model. Even the classic Porsche driver is catered for in the H&R Young and Oldtimer programme.
So whatever suspension upgrade you are looking to make to your Porsche H&R will have a tailor made solution. If however you fancy being in with the chance of winning some H&R goodies, specifically a set of springs for a 996 3.4 Carrera 2, spacers and wheel bolts to the 993, 996 and 997, worth £550, then answer the following question:
How much do the sport springs brought out in May 2012 for the 991 Carrera lower it by?
Send your answer together with your name and address to [email protected] with H&R in the subject line before the closing date of 05 December 2012.
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