Gruppe S / Dynamic Autosports / Hankook Tire GTR Drift Car

Posted by Gruppe S On November 5, 2009

Check out our new Project GTR Drift Car for Formula Drift. Stay up to Date with Developments on the Car here on the Gruppe S Blog

Check out the new End of the Year Gruppe-S Drifting Season Video

Posted by Gruppe-S On November 3, 2009

Robbie Nishida, Eric O'Sullivan, Ryuji Miki and the Hankook Tire Drift Team Video Showcasing our strong 2009 Season.

Check our our Holiday Deals @

Posted by Gruppe S On July 24, 2009

Check out for all the great deals on all your aftermarket performance part needs. Located in Lake Forest, California, Gruppe-S carries thousands of different products and has over a Million Dollars of products IN-STOCK.

Robbie Nishida Qualifies Number One at Formula Drift Las Vegas!

Posted by Gruppe S On July 10, 2009

Robbie Nishida, Driver of the Dynamic Autosport / Hankook Tire 305Z Qualifies in the number one spot at the Formula Drift: Round 4 Las Vegas Speedway Event

Hankook Tire F200 FULL RACE SLICKS On Special at Gruppe-S Now!

Posted by Gruppe S On July 25, 2009

PTop-notch performance slick tire with consistency and high mileage on dry or damp track. Designed for both Formula Car and Touring Car applications by Hankook now in stock at Gruppe-S with special deals on various sizes, call in for details! (949) 457-1234

Time Attack Scion TC: Weight Reduction Stage 1

Posted by Gruppe S On Thursday, April 14, 2011
A light car is a quick car. Lightening up a car will give it better handling characteristics as well as faster acceleration. The first step in our Project Scion TC Time Attack car is to shed as much pounds as we can. we started off with taking out all sound deadening material.

Put on all joining metal portions, this material is used to make the car more quiet in the cabin reducing the natural creaking of the metal and dampening the outside noise by absorbing vibration.
After extensive removal, we cleaned out every last piece of material in order to maximize the amount of weight we are shaving.

Its like caulk and rubber combined in consistency and since our car is brand new, it was pretty easy to remove.

Having completed cleaning out the car, next we'll start to stitch weld the joining portions of the chassis to increase its rigidity for greater handling, but more on that real soon! Check out the blog in a couple days for more updates!

- Steven Tran @ Gruppe-S

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