The Brembo group celebrates a year of Motorsport victories in 2023


 The Group’s advanced braking systems and other components helped Max Verstappen, Pecco Bagnaia and others secure world titles in all the principal categories of motorsports, including Formula One, MotoGP, WorldSBK and Formula E

Brembo, a world leader in the design and production of braking systems, is celebrating a highly successful 2023 in Motorsports with 70 world titles to its credit. Brembo was the partner of choice for the winning teams in all major categories, from Formula One to Formula E, and from MotoGP to the World Superbike series (WorldSBK).

Max Verstappen celebrated his third consecutive Formula One championship victory with Oracle Red Bull Racing using Brembo brake callipers; Pecco Bagnaia, with the Ducati Lenovo Team in MotoGP, repeated his 2022 triumph with an entire Brembo braking system and wheels by Marchesini, part of the Brembo Group; and at the WorldSBK championships, Alvaro Bautista of the Racing – Ducati Team powered to his second successive win, also with a Brembo braking system and Marchesini wheels.

Brembo supplied braking systems to all teams in the Formula E championship. In Moto2, Pedro Acosta, riding with the Red Bull KTM Ajo Team, won with Brembo callipers and pumps, and Jaume Masiá of Leopard Racing clinched victory in Moto3 with Brembo callipers, discs and pumps. They were among numerous other world champions featuring on the world stage in motorsport competitions. 

All of these drivers and riders put their trust in the excellence of Brembo’s braking systems. 

A special mention should also go to the 100th edition of the Le Mans 24 Hour Race, where Brembo triumphed in the most important category of Hypercar.


In 2023, Brembo surpassed 500 Formula One Grand Prix victories. All the Grands Prix races this year, 22 in all, were won by cars equipped with Brembo Group components. In collaboration with the principal racing teams, the Bergamo-based company boasts victories in 507 of the 851 GP races it has run since 1975, the year in which Brembo made its debut in Formula One. The victories include 29 drivers’ championships and 33 constructors’ championships.


In motorbike racing, Brembo continues to dominate the MotoGP championship and has scored new successes in the Moto2, Moto3 and WorldSBK series (also with Marchesini). 

The Group has notched up 572 victories in the premier class (500 and MotoGP class) since 1978, when Brembo first began supplying its braking systems to the riding teams. Thanks to the high levels of performance and safety guaranteed by its components, Brembo was, for the eighth consecutive season, the partner of choice for all 31 riders in the MotoGP championship. Working with all the main MotoGP teams, Brembo has shared in the success of 35 riders’ championships and 36 constructors’ championships.


This year also turned out to be a great one in electric motorsport. For the fifth consecutive season, Brembo was the exclusive supplier for all 22 full-electric Gen 3 single seaters in the FIA Formula E championship. And for the fifth consecutive year, Brembo raced in the FIM MotoE World Cup, equipping the 18 electric Ducati. 

As well as the Formula One, Formula E, MotoGP, Moto2, Moto3 and WSBK championships, Brembo components featured in the WEC, GT, IMSA, EWC, Nascar, MXGP, Enduro, Trial, Formula 2, Formula 3, WRC, Super Formula, MotoAmerica and Porsche Supercap competitions – a list that is by no means exhaustive. This has resulted in more than 600 world title wins since 1975 across all categories.