Brembo: Official Partner

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Street

A cost effective direct replacement performance brake disc and pad upgrade that allows you to maintain the vehicle's OE brake calipers. Upgrades starting at: $118

 

Street/Track

Complete brake upgrades that seamlessly integrate with the vehicle’s OE master cylinder and ABS system.  Each system is designed and engineered vehicle specific by Brembo for optimum brake balance, performance, and safety.  Upgrades starting at: $1,495

Track/Racing

A full range of brake systems and components designed and engineered for the most demanding environments from track and club racing to the top levels of professional motorsports.  Upgrades starting at: $3,895

 

Who We Are

We are a team of industry professionals

and automotive enthusiasts dedicated to serving the performance aftermarket and racing community.

Our Mission

To provide simple solutions for complex challenges in bringing products to market and only representing companies that we truly believe in.  “Be the Solution.”

Our Vision

To become a global service leader providing companies with solutions that ensure they achieve their vision.

What We Do

Official Partner To:

We are the Official Supplier of Brembo Performance and Racing for the Americas and Brembo Performance for the Asia-Pacific and Middle-East regions.

Race Technologies provides market development, supply chain management and technical product support. Through our strategic partnership with Brembo, we support an international network of Official Dealers and Distributors that serve the automotive performance and racing community.

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5 hours ago

Formula 1 and Brembo are back in the United States for the 18th race of the 2018 World Championship from October 19 to 21 at Circuit of the Americas. To complete one lap on the Austin track, the brakes are applied for 18.5 seconds, compared to the 38 seconds the MotoGP bikes need. On average during the USGP, the F1 cars apply their brakes for 17 minutes, which is 20% of the overall duration of the race. The average peak deceleration per lap is 3,9 G, but there are six corners where this gets up to at least 4 G. Max deceleration happens in Turn 12 after the long straight and use of the DRS system. The cars loose almost 240 km/h in order to set the braking point up right. They go from 330 km/h to 92 km/h in just 2.84 seconds and 142 meters. To perform like this, the drivers are subject to 4,6 G in deceleration and apply a load of 114 kg on the brake pedal.

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1 days ago

Big Brembo B-M8 and B-M4 Monobloc calipers on even bigger 412x38mm and 380x28mm rotor assemblies on a bigger still Mercedes G-Wagon built by Wheels Boutique #racetechnologies #brembo #brembobrakes #mercedes #gwagon

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10 hours ago

Brembo 6piston Monobloc GT system with Type 3 rotor assemblies on the infamous #GT4586 Ferrari powered GT86 by @ryantuerck ... 📷 @vinrino.visuals⠀ ⠀ ⠀ #racetechnologies #brembo #brembobrakes #bremboracing #ferrari #formuladrift #Formulad #GT4586 #driftcar #racecar #gt86 ⠀

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1 days ago

Brembo heavy duty 380mm Race system with 6piston billet Monobloc calipers on World Challenge prepped Camaro...⠀ ⠀ ⠀ #racetechnologies #brembo #brembobrakes #bremboracing #racing #pirelliworldchallenge #racecar