Brembo has made carbon discs available to all the riders. These discs come with a diameter of 320 mm and 340 mm, and with a high and low surface to ensure the right range of operation, in terms of temperature, on every stretch of the track.
More specifically, the 340 mm discs with a low braking surface have similar thermal properties as the 320 mm discs with a high surface, but when the diameter of the disc is varied, it is possible to generate greater braking torque at the same operating pressure.
If it rains, on the other hand, the riders can choose to use the steel discs with calipers designed expressly for these discs, or carbon discs aptly protected by custom covers that serve to guarantee the carbon discs the correct range of operation, in terms of temperature, even in the rain.
According to Brembo technicians, who for the second consecutive year are assisting all of the MotoGP riders, Circuit Bugatti presents a medium level of difficulty on the brakes. On a scale of 1 to 5, it earned a 3 on the difficulty index, the same score given to eight other tracks.