Motorsports successes mark Brembo's Golden Jubilee
Brembo, the designer and manufacturer of brake systems and high performance automotive components, celebrates 50 years in business, confirming its technological supremacy through a string of great successes in competitive motorsports during 2011.
The list of winners using Brembo products is truly staggering. Among these are 12 victories in the Formula One Championship that saw Sebastian Vettel and the Red Bull Racing team successfully defending the Drivers' and Constructors' Titles won in 2010. Involved in Formula One since 1975, Brembo is able to boast 205 Grand Prix race wins, making up a total of 17 World Championship Drivers' titles and 21 World Championship Constructors' titles, achieved with the top teams.
Also in 2011, there were world titles in the FIA GT Championship, the Le Mans 24 hours and the new Super 2000 World Rally Championship, as well as European and Italian Rally Championship titles. Other international successes include titles in GP2, GP3, F3 Euroseries and in the main Championships and Trophies for Grand Touring cars.
And there was total domination in two-wheel racing. The title-winning machines in MotoGP, Moto2, 125, Superbike and Supersport were all equipped with Brembo brakes, as were those that triumphed in MX1, MX2 and Enduro off-road competitions.
The Italian company has worked in close cooperation with the leading global manufacturers of cars and motorcycles, making an all-out commitment to the research and development of highly innovative and technologically advanced products.