Source: Brembo announcement
DETROIT – Brembo, a leader in high-performance braking systems, reached the historic 500 motorsports world championships in 2020, confirming its technological prowess in this arena. The brand won 42 world titles this year including driver, manufacturer, and team titles in both two- and four-wheel competitions.
In Formula 1 all of the 17 Grand Prix races in the current season were won by cars equipped with Brembo components. The Bergamo-based company can boast victories in 442 out of 785 Grand Prix that have taken place since 1975, the year of its debut in Formula 1, until today, for a total of 26 world drivers’ championships and 30 world constructors’ championship won with the top teams.
Brembo’s dominance also continued in MotoGP, to which were added wins in Moto2 and Moto3 (also with Marchesini). More than 500 victories in the premier class (500 class and MotoGP): for the fifth consecutive season Brembo supplied all the teams. Specifically, the 27 riders who raced at least one race in MotoGP this year relied on the high levels of performance and safety guaranteed by Brembo components: brake calipers, carbon discs and pads, brake pumps, and clutch pumps.
Brembo Exclusive Braking System for Formula E
Brembo also dominated the World Superbike Championship. The Italian company has been present since 1988 and boasts 29 world riders’ championships and 33 world constructors’ championships, obtained in over 30 years of participation with the top teams.
This year was also a winning one in electric motorsports. For the second consecutive season, Brembo was the exclusive supplier for the FIA Formula E championship. All 24 electric single-seaters of the new Gen2 car were equipped with Brembo brakes.
In addition to the already mentioned Formula 1, Formula E, MotoGP, Moto2, Moto3, MotoE, and WSBK championships, the company has also supplied components – and won titles – for important to mention also GT, NASCAR, WRC, WTCR, IndyCar, Enduro, MX2, EWC, IMSA, DTM, Formula 2, Formula 3.
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