How violent braking is, which is measured as average peak deceleration per lap, also has an influence on the amount of stress put on the braking systems. On the first three braking sections at Spielberg, the rider and his bike experience 1.5 g of peak deceleration, which is why the Austrian circuit has an average peak deceleration per lap of 1.3 g, a value that is by far the highest in the world championship.
So, as you will have imagined, each of the 18 tracks is a world unto itself, but Brembo doesn't see that as a viable excuse. Instead, Brembo feels called to give its best in terms of reliability and performance under any conditions. Once again, Brembo is supplying all of the bikes with discs, calipers, master cylinders and brake pads that have been proven to be the top-of-the-line in performance.