Source: PFC Brakes announcement

CLOVER, S.C. — Chris Dilbeck has been promoted to the role of Director of Motorsports at PFC Brakes.

A portion of Dilbeck’s new responsibilities will include managing the PFC Brakes race department as well as strategically growing the PFC brand and market share across new SportsCar, open wheel, and other professional motorsports series. 

In addition to the new segments of racing under the PFC banner, Dilbeck will still be responsible for the management of our current NASCAR and vastly increasing Circle Track client base.

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Dilbeck’s tenure at PFC Brakes began in 2012 where he was hired on as the Short Track Technical Sales representative.

After much success in gaining tremendous market share in the short track world, he was promoted to the NASCAR and Short Track sales Manager in 2015 to better chart the path for those market segments. This position also allowed him to gain experience with INDYCAR, Road to Indy, as well as many different respective SportsCar series and different disciplines of racing.

Given Dilbeck’s success as a Championship and race winning driver using PFC products himself, combined with his experience in the braking industry, PFC Brakes is excited to have him at the helm of the Motorsports department where the company plans to continuously improve and expand our product offerings across all facets of the racing world!

About PFC Brakes

Headquartered in Clover, S.C., PFC Brakes has been producing automotive friction products since 1984. Its PFC CarbonMetallic® brake pads exceed all environmental requirements by being 100 percent copper compliant and contain no asbestos, chromium, lead, mercury, cadmium, antimony, as well as no cancer-causing ceramic fibers.

The company’s motto: “No Compromises.”