The chequered flag always waves for Brembo
It may be the fastest track in the world or an unpredictable provincial rally track. Wherever the rumble of an engine can be heard and there is a driver, poised and focused with sights set on crossing under the wire ahead of the rest, Brembo is sure to be there.
In fact, for more than 40 years now Brembo brakes have equipped cars and bikes that aspire to victory, 40 years of success in every motorsport competition and all over the world.
It all began in 1975, with a handshake between Alberto Bombassei and Enzo Ferrari, who chose Brembo brakes for his "reds".
The relationship took off like a shot: two world championships won by Niki Lauda in 1975 and 1977. From that moment on - on the track, on and off road - Brembo became the absolute reference point that set the bar in the braking systems segment. In a word - a legend.
Colossal champions like Valentino and Schumi, but also thousands of enthusiasts who spend their weekends in heated races, all know that trusting in Brembo means increasing their chances of victory.
Whether it is the legendary '70s when the mechanic had the most influence on the outcome of the race, or today, when the electronics indisputably reign supreme, with Brembo every driver and rider is sure that they can trust in someone who has consistently won for an impressive 40 years on every circuit and track in the world, and who is already thinking about the next solution.
In the world of two and four wheels, the Brembo staff has skilfully directed its versatility and skills toward sports environments that have completely different technical needs.
So what do a car outfitted for the 24 Hours of Le Mans and one set up for the Indianapolis 500, an enduro bike and a MotoGP bike, and a Nascar race car and a truck participating in the Paris-Dakar have in common? When they win the answer is simple: Brembo brakes.
This is why, every weekend, when the chequered flag comes out, a new trophy is added to the Brembo trophy case.