1975: Niki Lauda becomes the Formula 1 world champion with the Ferrari 312T. After 11 seasons, the team from Maranello returns on top of the world the very year it starts using Brembo discs.
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1976: On 15 and 16 May in Zolder, Niki Lauda and Ferrari achieve a perfect weekend: pole position, victory, fastest lap and first place from the first to the last lap. The discs on his 312T2 are made in Brembo.
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1977: Unlike the previous year, misfortune is no longer able to stop Niki Lauda and Ferrari from dominating, and they take the Formula 1 world championship title once again. Brembo discs are used to stop the 312T2.
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1978: having lost Niki Lauda, it only takes Ferrari 2 GPs to return to rejoicing. The feat is achieved by Carlos Reutemann in Jacarepagua: roaring from the start, he passes up 3 cars and runs free. Reutemann will win with a 49-second advantage. Brembo thanks you.
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1978: Carlos Reutemann grants Ferrari dominion over the entire United States: the driver from Argentina wins the GP USA West in Long Beach and the GP USA East in Watkins Glen. A double triumph for Brembo brakes as well.
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1979: the greatest Formula 1 duel ever is held in Dijon, between Gilles Villeneuve with Ferrari and René Arnoux with Renault. Making sophisticated use of his Brembo brakes, the Canadian driver swaps places with his rival several times ultimately earning 2nd place.
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1979: a splendid double triumph for Ferrari in the Formula 1 World Championship: Jody Scheckter champion and Gilles Villeneuve vice-champion. The 312T3 designed by Mauro Forghieri uses Brembo discs.
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1979: Gilles Villeneuve wins the thirteenth edition of the Race of Champions on 15 April in Brands Hatch coming in ahead of Nelson Piquet and Mario Andretti. The victorious Ferrari is the 312T3 with Brembo discs.
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To be continued...