Tuesday, December 11

IndyCar’s PFC Brakes Era Arrives

Lost among the introduction of beautiful new bodywork, windscreen testing, and outfitting each Verizon IndyCar Series entry with updated electronics, the switch to Performance Friction Corporation brakes has also been a significant undertaking for teams entering 2018.

After an awkward introduction last season where the brand’s carbon discs and pads were used with the holdover Brembo calipers, PFC has taken full responsibility for all the braking products fitted to every Dallara DW12 chassis. It marks the first time PFC has been in that position since 2007 with Champ Car’s then-new Panoz DP01 model.

Read more – http://www.racer.com/indycar/item/147725-indycar-s-pfc-brakes-era-arrives

 

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Brian Hagman is President of Hagman Search Group and Founder/Publisher of The BRAKE Report, an online media platform dedicated to the automotive and commercial vehicle brake segments. Brian’s mission is to inform, engage and connect the most avid members of the brake community.

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