RAYS has its own development arm, which utilizes its analytical results to develop ever better wheels by reducing the weight as much as possible and increasing safety. One of their popular products in Volk Racing is the G16. The latest G16 model in the VOLK RACING G series can be clearly distinguished from the many other mesh design wheels available.
The design is composed of non-stress lines that are used in racing wheel production to create this silhouette. The ability to receive and diffuse input from the road maximized by the strong grip and increased stress is the deciding factor in developing a wheel design. Smooth curves that prevent stress from accumulating in one area in conjunction with lines woven with surface composition achieve truly non-stress lines. RAYS makes effective use of the data they gain from cutting-edge car racing, including F1, for its road wheels, too.
RAYS accumulates various kinds of data from the development of racing wheels and feeds it back into the development of street wheels. This, in turn, generates more data, which is then utilized in the development of road wheels. The linchpin of its wheel development processes is its analytical technologies, including rigidity analysis. RAYS develops ever more ideal products by analyzing wheels that have been designed through a variety of processes, and the resultant technologies are used to create RAYS' superior wheels. Another important application of wheel analysis technologies is to thoroughly analyze designs that may seem impracticable under normal circumstances and to make them viable.
Rays have been involved in the world's highest-level motor races, such as the F1 and GT1 World Championships, as well as in all categories of car racing that transcend the competitive level. Not limiting its operations to Japan alone, Rays has recently taken part in car races in the United States and Europe, as well.