Founded by Roger Lamb in 1971, Lamb Components, Inc. has become the acknowledged leader in designing and manufacturing drag racing front suspension components, brake systems, shocks, and related products. In terms of innovation and quality manufacturing, no one can compare to the standards established by Lamb.
It was Lamb that introduced the first MacPherson strut-type front suspension for Pro Stock racing applications debuting the breakthrough design with Bill Jenkins' "Grumpy's Toy XI" in 1974. Now, more than four decades later, Lamb Pro Stock struts are used throughout in the NHRA Pro Stock, Pro Mod, and Comp Eliminator categories.
After expanding with their own line of brakes in 1974, Lamb was the first to develop carbon disc brakes for drag racing in 1987. Hailed for their light weight and durability, the Lamb carbon/carbon disc brakes have proven their superiority in performance and possible chute failure.
The driving force behind the success of Lamb Components, Inc. is an uncompromising search for perfection in every step of the design and manufacturing process. Racers purchasing Lamb products can be assured that they are manufactured with the latest technology available.
Lamb opened the 1986 season by moving into a new, enlarged production facility. There, they continue to produce the finest parts available at any price. As drag racing moves forward, the most important technological advances will continue to emanate from Lamb Components, Inc.