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Performance Friction Wins 47 Motorsports Championships

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(Clover, SC) December 1, 2011 – Year after year, Performance Friction wins more championships than any other brake manufacturer and 2011 was no different. This year PFC has won 47 championships and counting. No other brake manufacturer can claim this level of success. Some of the 47 championships include NASCAR Sprint Cup, Grand-Am Rolex, IndyCar, World Challenge, Trans-Am and Star Mazda.
Drivers and Teams who refuse to settle for second place know they can’t settle for anything less than Performance Friction Brakes. PFC offers premium quality pads, discs and calipers that are unmatched in the industry. No other company can offer the consistency, performance and quality that Performance Friction delivers each and every time. Whether it’s the Daytona 500 or a 25-lap street stock feature, don’t leave your braking power to chance. After 25 years in racing, not a single driver has experienced a brake failure while using Performance Friction. PFC makes the absolute best brakes on the market. Just ask the Champions. 

2011 PFC Champions

Tony Stewart – NASCAR Sprint Cup Series

Ricky Stenhouse, Jr. – NASCAR Nationwide Series

Austin Dillon – NASCAR Camping World Truck Series

Ron Silk – NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour

Andrew Morrissey – American Speed Association® Kwik Trip Midwest Tour

Dennis (Rambo) Franklin – Carolina Clash Super Late Model Series

Eddie Carrier Jr. – ADRA Dirt Late Model Championship

Chris Madden – Schaeffer Oil Southern Nationals Series Champion

Matt Sheppard – Super DIRTcar Series Big Block

Kevin Cornelius – Late Model Champion, Sunset Speedway

Andrew Gresel – Late Model Champion, Delaware Speedway

Kenny Tremont – Lebanon Valley and Glen Ridge Motorsports Park Dirt Modified

Chad Brachman – Ransomville Speedway

Billy Decker – ROC Modified Tour

 

Road Racing

Scott Pruett and Memo Rojas – GRAND-AM Rolex Sports Car Series

Patrick Long – Pirelli World Challenge GT

Etienne Borgeat – Castrol Canadian Touring Car

Will Power – IndyCar Series Road Course Drivers Champion

Scott Dixon – IndyCar Series Oval Drivers Champion

Dario Franchitti – IndyCar Series Overall Driver’s Champion

Petri Suvanto – Cooper Tires Presents USF2000 National Championship Powered by Mazda

Tristan Vautier – Star Mazda

Remy Audette – F2000 Championship Series

David Higgins/Subaru USA – Rally America Open Class

Travis Hanson – Rally America Super Production Class

Tony Ave – SCCA Pro Racing Trans-Am

Michael Lewis – GT1 SCCA National Champion

John Black – GT3 SCCA National Champion

Scott Tucker – STO SCCA National Champion

Revere Greist – FC SCCA National Champion

Brian Novak – Formula B SCCA National Champion

Michael Mallinen – Formula Atlantic SCCA National Champion

Tom Bootz – D-Sports SCCA National Champion

Ricardo Vera – IMSA LITES L-1 Driver’s Championship

Eurosport – IMSA LITES L-1 Team Championship

Robert Sabato – IMSA LITES L-2 Driver’s Championship

Lee Davis – Cayman Interseries Driver’s championship

Lee Davis / Ryan Eversley – Cayman Interseries Enduro Championship

Tim Fox – Intercontinental Trophy Cup P1 Drivers Championship

Josef Newgarden – Firestone Indy Lights Driver’s champion

Larbre Competition – Intercontinental Le Mans Cup GTE Am

 

Japan

Masataka Yanagida and Ronnie Quintarelli – Super GT GT500

Andre Lotterer – Formula Nippon

Yuhi Sekiguchi – Formula 3 B-MAX F308

Yuhi Sekiguchi – Formula 4 B-MAX ENGINEERING

Tomoya Hoshino – Z Expert trophy Gr.A class

About Performance Friction

At Performance Friction, every employee has a “passion for the product.” And it shows. PFC brakes are the top choice in motorsports, winning more championships than any other brake on the market and the company also makes application specific upgrades for hundreds of domestic and import models. PFC brakes are specified on more fleets nationwide including 40,000 police cars in North America. From NASCAR to emergency response vehicles, Performance Friction’s mission is to deliver the absolute best brakes on the market.

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Chandler, AZ 85226

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