Dymag have been racing and road wheel pioneers since 1975, take a look at some of our key achievements to date…

1975: Dymag is founded by Max Boxstrom and the company invents the world’s first three spoke magnesium moto racing wheel. 

1981: The legendary Eddie Lawson wins the AMA Superbike Championship on Dymag magnesium wheels. He was to do it in 1982 and then roared to further glory at the Moto GP Championship in 1984 on CH3 Dymag wheels.

1990s: Dymag develops range of forged magnesium and carbon wheels for motorsport. The wheels are popular in Formula One, Indycar, Le Mans 24hr race and Paris Dakar rally, with drivers including Alain Prost, Ayrton Senna and Nigel Mansell

1990: Dymag launches world’s first carbon composite moto wheel, certified for road and racing use

1990s:   Riders on Dymag wheels enjoy continued success: notably David Jefferies and Steve Hislop record multiple victories in Senior and Superbike races.

2004: Dymag launch world’s first commercial carbon composite auto wheel which is quickly adopted by OEMs including Aston Martin and Koenisegg, as well as aftermarket options for BMW, Porsche, Ferrari and Nissan.

2009: Chris Shelley takes over at Dymag and the focus returns to aftermarket composite and forged moto wheels.

2014: Dymag wheels on triple Isle of Man TT (IOM TT) winning team Hawk Racing/Buildbase BMW Motorrad with rider Michael Dunlop.

2015: Dymag secures £7.1m Advanced Manufacturing Supply Chain Initiative (AMSCI) Government funding to produce next generation durable, lightweight carbon composite automotive and motorcycle wheels.

2016: Dymag launches its Mk 2.1 carbon composite auto wheel, named the BOXSTROM after the company’s founder, the late Max Boxstrom.

2016: The BAC Mono supercar, fitted with Dymag carbon composite wheels, is launched at the Goodwood Festival of Speed.

2016: Michael Dunlop sets new IOM TT lap record of 133.96mph running on Dymag’s UP7Xs making them the fastest wheels to ever lap the TT circuit.

2016: Dymag launches the BOXSTROM 7X, the first aftermarket auto wheel using the patented BOXSTROM technology

2017: Dymag follows the success of the 7X with the arrival of the BOXSTROM 7Y aftermarket auto wheel, launched at the 2017 Goodwood Festival of Speed.

2017: The BAC Mono supercar, fitted with Dymag carbon hybrid wheels, smashes the hill climb record at Goodwood Festival of Speed. It completes the run in 49.54 seconds, over a second faster than anyone else.

2017: Performance EV manufacturer Fisker, releases further details of its highly anticipated EMotion electric passenger vehicle. The car will feature the world’s largest production wheels at 24 inches, only possible thanks to the BOXSTROM barrel