Porsche and BMW Score Milestone Victories in Pirelli WC with PFC

(CLOVER, SC) March 8, 2016 – In this year’s Pirelli World Challenge, goals have been achieved and milestones have been made. The all new BMW M235i scored its first win in the United States, as well as Porsche’s 991 GT3R claimed its first pole position and first official win in only its second race of 2016. Both of the highly renowned sportscars are equipped with PFC Brakes.  

Patrick Long, driver of the Porsche 991 GT3R in the Pirelli World Challenge GT class, claimed the GT3R’s very first official victory for the new racing machine. Long had a hand in the development of the GT3R, and is a previous 2011 PWC GT champion.

“This week is a testament to Porsche,” said Long. “They’ve been at this a long time. Delivering turnkey race ready cars where your confidence is sky high as a driver and as a team and customer, you know that there’s no need for the exercise of pulling the car apart and putting it together.”

The race was a hard fi ght for Long from the very beginning.  Out of Turn 1, the sixth qualifier Bryan Heitkotter in his XD/Nissan GT Academy Nissan GTR, went on the outside of pole sitter Long to take the lead--starting the pack out with a speedy pace. Driver Long trailed Heitkotter closely until the last 10 minutes of the 50-minute race.

“He ran clean and hard,” said Long, “and I think I did too, and I really appreciate racing with people like that.”

Going up against some of the top GT3 race teams in the world, this victory for Porsche and for Long is a huge milestone for everyone involved with Porsche, the PWC team, and PFC Brakes.

“These guys never, ever drop their head,” said Long. “They’ve been working hard over at Effort, and it’s a proud moment to carry the cake across the line, but it’s a real team effort that gets us here.”

In the TC series, Toby Grahovec scored a monumental win for Classic BMW Motorsports with the newly introduced BMW M235i. This new series is one of the few trending cars that are race-ready straight from the manufacturer. Through testing data and previous BMW runs at the Nurburgin 24 Hours, the car was as well prepared as possible to hit the track right out of the race trailer, with the inclusion of PFC ZeroDrag™ calipers, CarbonMetallic© pads and ZeroFailures™ discs. BMW USA is bringing in a limited amount of these winning race cars to the market equipped with PFC Brakes’ full package.

“It’s such a great car to drive,” said Grahovec. “I’m very excited about running this car for the rest of the season.”

PFC Brakes takes pride in every product that goes out the door. Everything is manufactured in the USA, and PFC is the only chassis supplier to Porsche Motorsports in North America. Many of the drivers and teams in the Pirelli World Challenge trust PFC Brakes to make them quicker and get into victory lane. That’s why PFC Brakes has More Championships than any Other™. 

Ferguson and Bohn Claim VICTORY with PFC!

Ferguson and the No.22 Longhorn Chassis Dirt Late Model car dominated Cherokee Speedway this past weekend by winning the pole position, leading all 50 laps, and driving into victory lane gaining a $5,022 win. Ferguson also set the fastest time in qualifying.

"We really worked hard tonight," said Ferguson. "My dad, my brother, and the crew made all the right calls on the set-up."

Staying strong during three different race restarts, Ferguson was able to stay in front of driver Tim Allen, who dove to the outside to try and take the first place position.

Ferguson's race car was fully equipped with PFC's NEW ZR24 Dirt Late Model package that offers up to 7 lbs. per corner weight savings, has an internal cross over tube, and has an aluminum monobloc design for a lighter, quicker car.

The famous Bowman Gray Stadium was invaded by the NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified series this past weekend, with defending Bowman Gray points champion, Danny Bohn, scoring yet another victory at this track.

Currently, he has now won four of the last six races that he's competed in, and has only competed in a total of eight races this season.

"I think that's four wins in five races," said Bohn. "To win at Bowman Gray again is pretty awesome."

The 199-lap race involved 11 cautions--including the late 190th lap which challenged drivers to get up front during the restart. Bohn fought and held onto the first place position and rode into Victory Lane for yet another Bowman victory

Ganassi Racing WINS Record Breaking 6th Rolex 24hr with PFC Brakes

(CLOVER, SC) January 28, 2015 - PFC Brakes congratulates the Ganassi Racing No. 02 Target/Ford EcoBoost Prototype on their win of the Rolex 24hr race in Daytona this past weekend. This is be the Chip Ganassi with Felix Sabates' (CGRFS) team's 6th overall win with PFC Brakes at the Rolex 24-now holding the record for the most wins at this race in the 53 years it has been running.


 The CGRFS team has been racing with PFC brakes since their debut in the Daytona Prototype class. PFC Brakes has been the brake of choice  for all six wins of the Rolex 24hr at Daytona and every DP championship CGRFS has won-outfitting their cars again this year with PFC's Patented Continuous Fiber Carbon-Carbon full brake packages featuring Zero Drag™calipers, and PFC's carbon technologies. This package has proven to be the best technology for world class endurance racing and ou tperforming the competition. The Rolex 24hr being one of the most coveted title race wins in the United States.


The No. 02 Target/Ford EcoBoost Riley Prototype was driven by team members Kyle Larson, Jamie McMurray, Tony Kanaan, and Scott Dixon who took them over the finish line with a 1.333 second victory over the defending champion No. 5 Action Express Chevrolet Corvette DP. This was the first 24hr win for Kanaan, McMurray, and Larson-making McMurray - along with A.J. Foyt and Mario Andretti- the only drivers to win both the Rolex and the Daytona 500.


On the very first lap of the 2015 24hr race, the No. 2 car took the lead and remained there for most of the first four hours of the race. Around halfway through the race, the No. 2 went down a lap, but with determination, a great car, and a great team, they rallied back into the first place position.


For PFC Brakes, this also marks the 6th overall win at the Rolex Daytona 24hr-becoming a part of record breaking history for this race and consistently setting the  bar in th e automotive industry. PFC is proud to be the brakes with More Championships than Any Other™. 

Pirelli World Challenge Winners SWEEP Weekend with PFC Brakes

August 25, 2014 (Clover, SC) — PFC Brakes swept the racing-packed weekend in Sonoma for the Pirelli World Challenge series, with wins in each of the different motorsports classes—GT, GT-A, and GTS. Anthony Lazzaro, Lawson Aschenbach, and Albert von Thurn each raced their way into victory lane, equipped with PFC Brakes.  

For the GT series, Lazzaro and his Ferrari 458 GT3 Italia took his second win of 2014 at the 2.385-mile Sonoma Raceway in Round 14 of the Pirelli World Challenge series. The No. 61 Ferrari had an exceptional race from the waving of the first green flag. The race ended with a detrimental wreck on lap 23 that occurred in turn 1, leading into the second and last caution of the race, with Lazzaro winning with a margin of 2.519 seconds in the lead. 

“The car’s been perfect all weekend,” said Lazzaro. “From here on out, it’s all about race wins, and we got another one today.”

Lawson Aschenbach scored another win in the GTS series in the infamous No.1 Blackdog Speed Shop Chevrolet Camaro, and was also awarded the “Invisible Glass Clean Pass of the Race” award in turn 11 of lap 3 when he forced his way into the 1st place position early on.

“It comes down to execution,” said Aschenbach. “That’s half the battle.”


Aschenbach is a three-time Pirelli World Challenge Champion, with the 2014 Championship title in sight. The Blackdog Speed Shop Camaro team consistently chooses PFC Brakes for their racecar—knowing that PFC will deliver optimal braking performance every time. 

Von Thurn und Taxis won his very first GT-A race, driving the No. 24 Lamborghini Gallardo FL2. After battling through the leaders in the GT class, Thurn und Taxis found his strength and pushed through for his best career finish with the winning spot in Sonoma with PFC Brakes.

Each of the winning teams in the World Pirelli Championship this past weekend were equipped with PFC Brakes products, trusting in PFC’s legacy of No Compromises™ in each and everything they do. With More Championships than any Other™, PFC is proud to be a part of so many of the top and most versatile race teams around the world.

PFC Brakes takes pride in being part of each of the tree tiers of the Road to Indy Series, and also looks forward to an exciting year in 2015 Indy Lights series with the new Dallara IL15 featuring PFC’s full braking system. This past weekend champions in each of the Road to Indy series were announced. Gabby Cheves with Belardi Racing won the Indy Lights Championship. In the Pro Mazda Series, Spencer Pigot with Juncos Racing won the 2014 Championship, as well as Florian Latorre with Cape Motorsports winning the USF2000 Championship. 

PFC Brakes makes a wide range of the leading performing braking systems in the world, all while making the same promise each and every time—No Compromises™.

PFC Brakes BONDURANT Facebook Contest!

PFC Brakes is hosting a Facebook Contest! The WINNER will get a pair of 2-day Camaro Driving Course Classes for them and a friend!

In short, all you need to do is LIKE the PFC Brakes Facebook Page and TAG the image on our FB Page (shown below) and you are entered to win! The more people you tag in the image, the higher the chance you get to WIN!


PFC Bondurant Facebook Contest 2014

Contest Details

PFC is giving away two 2-day passes for the High Performance Camaro Driving Classes at the Bob Bondurant School of High Performance Driving. To enter, each contestant must “LIKE” the PFC Brakes Page, and the Bondurant Giveaway Picture, as well as “TAG” the friends that they would like to challenge to attend the classes. The more “TAGS” a person has, the better chance they have to win. The contest will begin August, 7 2014 and the winner will be chosen when PFC Brakes official Facebook Page reaches a total of 15,000 Likes. When this number is reached, a drawing will be done to choose a single winner—that winner gets to choose one additional person that they tagged in the photo comments to join them. 

Grand Prize Details

Winner will receive two (2) passes for the 2-Day Camaro SS 1LE High Performance Driving Classes at the Bob Bonudrant High Performance School of Driving in Phoenix, Arizona. The winner will be fully responsible for all necessary travel arrangements. The passes are for the Camaro SS 1LE Driving Classes ONLY. 

Mastered the basics, but still want more? Bondurant’s High Performance Driving course combines advanced street-driving skills with car-control techniques refined through years on the racetrack. Behind the wheel of a 426-horsepower Chevrolet Camaro SS 1LE, students will cover autocross, slalom, and accident avoidance, along with plenty of track time on the 1.6 mile Bondurant Road Course. 

Contest Rules

No Purchase Necessary. This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed, associated or administered by Facebook Inc.


Open to individuals who are legal residents of the United States who are ages eighteen (18) years or older during the contest period. Contest rules exclude employees of Performance Friction and the immediate family members living in the same household as such employees. All previous Performance Friction Facebook Fan page contest winners ARE eligible to win the contest. The contest winner is responsible for their own travel expenses to and from the Bob Bondurant School of High Performance Driving as well as their lodging and all other expenses. 

The winner’s entry, and acceptance of the prize, offered constitutes permission (except where prohibited) for the Sponsor to use said winner’s name, photograph, likeness, statements, biographical information, voice and address (city and state), in all forms of media, in perpetuity, without notice or further compensation.

Racing is a dangerous sport that can result in serious injury or death. The Performance Friction Corporation is not liable for any injury, death, or property damage as a result of the racing school experience. Participant is required to sign all release forms at the Bob Bondurant School of High Performance Driving before participating. Participant will also be responsible for any damage occurring to the Bob Bondurant School vehicles or property as a result of their actions. 

Performance Friction shall reserve the right, in their sole discretion, to abbreviate, modify, suspend, cancel or terminate the Contest without further obligation. The contest is subject to all applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations. The contest is void where prohibited or restricted by law. Performance Friction’s decisions are final. Additional exclusions may apply. 

2015 Indy Lights Series Selects PFC as Official Brake Supplier


(CLOVER, SC) May 27, 2014 — PFC Brakes is proud to be the official brake supplier for the 2015 Indy Lights Series and will be featured on the Dallara IL-15 car. The new PFC full brake package utilizes purpose built, shape optimized 6-pot Monobloc calipers, PFC discs with patented slot pattern, and PFC race pads. 

The new Indy Lights full PFC brake package will feature the all new  PFC ZR81 6-piston monobloc calipers, PFC ZERO FAILURES™ discs  and PFC pads on the front and  rear. The PFC monobloc calipers—specifically designed for the Dallara uprights—are 30% stiffer than the current calipers. The new disc assemblies feature PFC’s new patented V3 technology to eliminate hardware, reduce weight, and allow for quick changes. The new PFC package is designed for longer life and added capacity.  Despite the added capacity, the new PFC brake package is Lighter, Stiffer, Cooler, and Quicker.

Testing of PFC pad compounds to compliment the Cooper tires has been ongoing during 2011 to suit road courses, street courses, and oval courses.

The origin of the Indy Lights Series began in 1986, and has been a developmental race series sanctioned by IndyCar, founded in 2002 as the Infinit Pro Series. The series has produced some of the most famous race car driver names including Marco Andretti, Scott Dixon, and Tony Kanaan. Many of the drivers continue on into the official IndyCar Series and on into the Indianapolis 500.

PFC is proud to be on all 3 ladders to the “Road to Indy,”  as open wheel racing is part of PFC’s DNA. Indy Lights new Dallara IL-15 car is the next exciting step to get to the Indy 500. It should be noted for the 2014 Indy 500, every row has a race driver who’s competed in Indy Lights and is a testament to the vision set forth by the IndyCar series with Dan Andersen and his staff and technical partners involved.      


Ganassi WINS 12 Hours of Sebring with Full PFC Carbon Brake Package

(CLOVER, SC) March 17, 2014 – The No. 01 Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates team and PFC Brakes made sportscar history this past weekend with a WIN at the 62nd 12 Hours of Sebring—the oldest sportscar race in the United States. Ganassi’s Ford EcoBoost-Riley Daytona Prototype was equipped with PFC’s Monobloc calipers and PFC’s continuous wound carbon brake discs and pads—100% PFC designed and manufactured, incorporating new technologies unique to the 64 year history of this icon of endurance races. 


The Ganassi team is the only team in racing to have won the Indianapolis 500, the Daytona 500, Brickyard 400, the Rolex 24 at Daytona, and now the 12 Hours of Sebring. The team also switched to the Ford EcoBoost DP motor during the offseason—giving Ford their first overall Sebring win in 45 years. The DP was driven by Scott Pruett, Memo Rojas, and Marino Franchitti who took the checkered flag after 12 hours of racing. 

PFC Brakes Patented Continuous Fiber Carbon-Carbon Disc and pads along with ZERODRAG™ calipers gave the Ganassi team the braking advantage with the best possible package on the track. The technology behind the Carbon-Carbon design is world-class—made from a continuous three-dimensionally wound high-density super modulus carbon fiber. The disc provides better higher burst strength, better thermal conductivity and cooling properties, better friction stability, and better cold friction for restarts without incident. 

Before this year the Grand-Am and the American Le Mans series merged under NASCAR’s IMSA TUDOR United SportsCar Championship—putting the Ganassi team at the Sebring race for the very first time in their 25-year history. 

“We brought a lot of upgrades here to Sebring,” said Pruett, “and the hard work we put in since January really paid off.” 

With over 30 lead changes throughout the race, the 62nd year of the 12 Hours of Sebring proved to be one of the most competitive and demanding. With 20 minutes left in the race, a caution flag brought the field together—giving another challenge to the Ganassi team. With their Ford DP and PFC Brakes package, Franchitti had a 4.682 second lead victory across the finish line. 

PFC’s full carbon-carbon disc brake package featuring ZERODRAG™ calipers are once again proven to be able to handle the most intensive endurance tracks for the best racing teams in the world. PFC lives by their standards and their customers—NO COMPROMISES™.

Enfinger, Kimmel, & Campbell Sweep ARCA 200 with PFC Full Brake Package

( CLOVER, SC) February 20, 2014 – Grant Enfinger, Frank Kimmel, and Clay Campbell grab a 1-2-3 finish in the ARCA 200 at Daytona this past weekend—all equipped with PFC’s full brake package. This features PFC ZERO DRAG™ Calipers, ZERO FAILURES™ Discs, and CarbonMetallic ® pads specially designed with leading technology to make the car quicker.

Excited for his first win at Daytona, Enfinger started in the second place spot and battled his way to the finish line between Kimmel and Campbell. A wreck on lap 13 took out multiple drivers, while allowing Enfinger to take the inside lane and grasp the first place position. Enfinger also lead the most laps (42) out of the whole pack.

The defending series champion Frank Kimmel came in second place behind Enfinger in a tight race to the finish. Campbell, the president of Martinsville Speedway, had his best ARCA career finish in the 3rd place position in the  #08 car.

“You can do all sorts of things here,” said Campbell, “but first and foremost you’ve got to have a great car.”

Having a great car includes having the best braking system on the market. The top three runners were equipped with PFC’s full brake package with ZERO DRAG™ calipers, ZERO FAILURES™ discs, and CarbonMetallic© pads. The PFC package delivers optimum performance—and quicker lap times..

Chase Elliott Wins SpeedFest 200 at Watermelon Speedway with PFC Brakes

( CLOVER, SC) January 26, 2014 – Chase Elliott takes home another win in the ARCA/CRA Super Series at SpeedFest at Watermelon Speedway with PFC Brakes. The Super Late Model race took place on the 4/10s of a mile paved oval track based in Cordele, Georgia. Elliott took his car to victory lane equipped with PFC Brakes CarbonMetallic© pads and ZEROFAILURES™ rotors.

The race began with 29 cars lined up on the starting line for this Automobile Racing Club of America race. Driver David Ragan began in the first position, leading the first 9 laps. Chase Elliott started in the fourth position—getting up to the leading spot for the first time on lap 10. On lap 107 out of 200, the race for the first place position turned into a heated battle. Drivers Elliott and Johnny Sauter went back and forth for the lead, and eventually led into a colliding match in turns three and four. Elliott stuck by Sauter’s side until the last lap and stuck out for the first position across the finish line.

“It was a tough race,” said Elliott in victory lane. With intense braking on the short track circuits, Elliott trusts in PFC Brakes to give the best performance on the speedway. Elliott will soon be embarking on his rookie year run at the 2014 NASCAR Nationwide Series.

5X Rolex 24HR Winners DP Ganassi Team use Full PFC Carbon Brake Package

January 24, 2014 – (Clover, SC) 5X Winners of the Rolex 24HR at Daytona DP Ganassi Race Team is using the PFC Brakes Full Carbon-Carbon Brake Package (calipers, pads, discs). Starting on January 25th, 2014, the 24HR Rolex Endurance Race is one of the largest events to kick-off the race year.

The PFC Patented Continuous Fiber Carbon-Carbon Disc is specially made by taking a continuous fibre that is wound into the disc shape. This allows for the maximum thermal conductivity while effectively using the disc as a radiator so that the heat is released from the system. This makes the disc extremely strong and higher structural integrity than discs made by other methods. This disc, combined with the PFC Brakes ZERODRAG™ calipers, provides unbeatable technology and braking power.

PFC Brakes’ CarbonMetallic® pads win more championships and are used by more professional racers than all other pads combined. The secret is in the molecular structure, the interaction of the physical matrix, and the unique process required to produce CarbonMetallic®. The PFC pad compound provides higher lap times, more car control, and faster transition times.

For a long endurance race such as the 24HR at Daytona, PFC Brakes technology exceeds all expectations. The Championship Winning DP Ganassi Race Team continues to choose PFC Brakes year after year—trusting the PFC package to give them the best braking performance possible from start to finish.

Renault Sport Technologies selects PFC Brakes for Clio R.S. R3T Rally Car

Renault Sport Technologies selects PFC Brakes for Clio R.S. R3T rally car

PFC Brakes develops high performance brake system that meets FIA technical and cost guidelines for R3T Clio R.S. rally car.

Reinforcing its position as a leader in the design and manufacture of competition brake systems, PFC Brakes has been chosen as official brake supplier to Renault Sport Technologies for its new Clio R.S. R3T rally car.  Complying with FIA R3 regulations, PFC Brakes’ pads, discs and calipers incorporate a number of key innovations, such as piston cap insulators to deliver exceptional performance on tarmac and gravel whilst still achieving the stringent cost and technical requirements set for the category.

With the Clio R.S. 200 EDC’s turbocharged 1618cc engine generating more power than the existing R3 car, PFC Brakes’ engineers set out to develop a durable brake system to withstand the higher loads and temperatures generated. Innovations, typically found in the highest levels of motorsport were incorporated to deliver the high performance specified.  Examples include piston cap insulators that reduce temperature transfer to the brake fluid by as much as 55°C thus minimising risk of boiling fluid.  Larger and wider front discs are specified for tarmac to improve heat dissipation, even under increased loads such as those experienced on long tarmac stages.

PFC Brakes’ engineers specified a derivative of its proven ZR34 caliper; the forged monoblock aluminium caliper offering the best blend of weight and stiffness. Clever design also enabled PFC Brakes to offer a brake pad with a larger radial depth, providing a larger contact area to deliver better stopping power than the standard size typically used by competitors.

Testing across a variety of surfaces led PFC’s engineers to determine that due to the wide operating window of its pads, just two PFC compounds can satisfy the demands of drivers of all abilities on all surfaces. Both the chosen compounds deliver improved bite, modulation and release characteristics with the one of the versions offering particular resistance to wheel locking. To enable drivers to use the brakes right from the start of a stage, PFC specified brake pads designed to work at low temperatures and the unique metallic matrix construction ensures consistency for the duration of a stage, further inspiring driver confidence.

The announcement to supply Renault Sport Technologies follows PFC Brakes' selection as official brake partner to Porsche for its Supercup chassis earlier this year. "We are delighted to be nominated by Renault Sport Technologies for such an important car," says PFC Brakes Europe's managing director Peter Babbage. "Together with Renault Sport Technologies, PFC Brakes has created a competitive and affordable rally brake package ideally suited to competitors in the R3 category that will inspire confidence, whatever the surface."

Pollard Takes the Pole at New Smyrna Governor's Cup, Finishing 5th with PFC Brakes

( CLOVER, SC) October 26, 2013 – Bubba Pollard took the pole ahead of 32 other Super Late Models at the New Smyrna Governor’s Cup 200 race, and finished in 5th with PFC Brakes full brake package. The Lighter, Stiffer, Cooler, and Quicker PFC package includes the 34 caliper, 299 disc, and PFC friction.

Bubba Pollard has qualified on the pole in every race he has entered since installing PFC Brakes 34 calipers—including every race at Pensacola this year. “The stuff we’ve been working on works on tracks like here and Pensacola,” said Pollard.

Caliper temps on the PFC calipers were 30 to 40 degrees cooler on a 10-lap run. Pollard claims that the New Smyrna track—a short 0.48 mile asphalt speedway—was one of the most brake demanding tracks of the year, but was able to out-brake anyone throughout the duration of the race. Drivers in the race sporting the PFC 34 package showed zero disc glow, while other leaders were forced to conserve brakes due to the excessive temperatures built during the event.

The 48th New Smyrna Governor’s Cup involved 33 Super Late Model Driver’s from all over the country. The 200 lap race was a challenge to all the racers, with several different lead changes and caution laps—starting early on in lap 16. With a rough hit by Travis Cope in lap 92, another caution came out stirring up the track leaders. At the halfway mark, lap 100, Pollard was back in the 15th position while battling engine cooling issues. Through heavy traffic and fighting with drivers such as Davis and Labbe, Pollard used his driving skills and PFC 34 brake package to get into the 5th position as he crossed the finish line. 

Grissom Hits New Track Record & Wins PASS Race at Caraway Speedway with PFC Brakes

( CLOVER, SC) May 28, 2013  Kyle Grissom won the “Krazy” Kevin Powell 150 PASS South Super Late Models at Caraway Speedway,  setting a new track record—equipped with PFC’s lightweight ZR34 caliper, discs, and CarbonMetallic™ pads.


During qualifying, Grissom reached 100.485 miles per hour on the short .455 mile track, setting a new personal record at the speedway in Asheboro, North Carolina.


Throughout the race, Grissom’s #31 car stayed out front. A brutal crash involving Karl Weber occurred on lap 78 for the second caution of the night. Measmer in the #51 car spun out introducing the third caution of the night.


During the restart on lap 84, Grissom and Gentry moved into the top two spots, passing Brandon Ward who had lead the first length of the race. Jay Fogleman in the #2 car, also equipped with a full PFC brake package, stole the second place position from Gentry, finishing right behind Grissom through the checkered flag.


The PFC ZR34 Full Brake Package is trusted by the top drivers in the series with Zero Drag™ calipers that make the car quicker. Short track racing and the harsh braking environment puts driver’s braking systems to the test—with PFC Brakes coming out in the lead.

JUST RELEASED: PFC Bremse Announced as Official Partner of Porsche Motorsport

(CLOVER, SC) May 13, 2013 -  Performance Friction and Porsche are entering their debut year of a very exciting and long-awaited partnership.


Their relationship developed over a simple and common mission: make the car quicker. With one common goal in the forefront of their minds, the alliance of these two highly respected names is no surprise in the motorsports arena. With the start of the 2013 season, PFC Bremse will be a proud partner and official supplier of Porsche Motorsport.

PFC Bremse continues to be recognized as a technology leader from motorsports to premium luxury cars, through one focal philosophy: NO COMPROMISESTM. PFC has a steadfast passion for the product. Continually striving to deliver innovative products to market that outperform competitors’ and all preceding products, driving the industry through improvement and innovation.


PFC’s partnership with Porsche was built on a mutual set of values, objectives, and mentality that reflect that philosophy. And as a result, all Porsche 911 GT3 Cup (Type 991) Cup cars will be outfitted with a new superior PFC brake package that is formulated specifically for the new 911 GT3 Cup (Type 991).


PFC wins more championships than any other brake company in the world and has never had a single team lose a race due to brake failure-—making PFC Bremse the top choice of champions worldwide for safety and performance. PFC’s ZERO DRAGTM brake technology has won the “Most Innovative Motorsports Product of the Year” Award at the World Motorsports Symposium in 2012.


The 911 GT3 991 Cup’s PFC Bremse system is set apart by its, light-weight design, high-temperature strength materials, and Zero Drag technology. Together, Porsche and PFC have developed a system that is lighter, stiffer, cooler, and ultimately, makes the car quicker. Their partnership has been paramount in helping the new 911 GT3 Cup (Type 991) reach its highest potential- to be as quick and reliable as Porsche intended it to be, while maintaining superior feel and drivability.


The 2013 season will be the beginning of a new era of braking performance. It’s QuickerTM.

Bubba Pollard and C.E. Falk WIN with PFC Brakes

(CLOVER, SC) April 16, 2013 - Bubba Pollard won the very first Super Southern Series Race in Nashville, TN and C.E. Falk stole the win at the Pomoco Auto Group Night Season Opener in Virginia. Both the #26 and #40 were equipped with PFC Brakes.

History was made at Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville when Bubba Pollard won the very first Southern Super Series race.  Pollard clenched his first career win at Nashville in his #26 racecar, equipped with a full PFC Brake Package.


The Southern Super Series consists of a 16-race slate at five different racetracks in four different states—bringing in some of the best Super Late Model Racers in the country. The tracks include Alabama’s Mobile International Speedway, Montgomery Motor Speedway, Florida’s Five Flags Speedway, Georgia’s Gresham Motorsports Park, and Tennessee’s Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville.


“Winning here at Nashville is a cool thing to have on your resume,” said Pollard. Taking the lead at the green flag, Pollard lead 105 laps of the 125-lap race. Driver Daniel Hemic led from lap 75 to lap 95, where Pollard then re-claimed the first place position, taking him into victory lane.

“You hope to have a car this good at all the races,” said Pollard. “I couldn’t have asked for a better-driving racecar tonight.” Equipped with a full PFC Short Track Brake Package, Pollard and his unstoppable racecar pulled through a historical victory—the very first Southern Super Series race.

C.E. Falk’s #40 Late Model Stock car, equipped with PFC Brakes, took the win at the Pomoco Auto Group Night 2013 Season Opener in Hampton, Virginia.  The NASCAR Whelen All-American Series brings together some of the best Late Model Stock Car Racers in the country—with Falk leading the pack at Langley Speedway.


On lap 53, C.E. Falk grabbed the second place spot, quickly gaining on the leader in the #77 car, Nick Smith. In turn 2, Falk made his move underneath Smith, gaining the first place position. On lap 125 the last caution came out with Falk still in the lead. With only 16 laps to go, Falk lead the breakaway at the head of the field, and scored the win at Langley Speedway.


PFC Brakes proudly shows continuous performance in the short-track world, among many other series.