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 2014 season, PFC Bremse is 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 COMPROMISES™. 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) cars will be outfitted with a new superior PFC brake package that is formulated specifically for the Porsche 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 DRAG™ 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 Porsche 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 2014 season will be the beginning of a new era of braking performance worldwide for the 991 GT3 Cup model. It’s Quicker™.
* Los datos para especificaciones estándar y para el NCCE (Nuevo Ciclo de Circulación Europeo), se han determinado según los métodos de medición obligatorios - Euro 5 (715/2007/CE y 692/2008/CE) y/o Euro 6 (459/2012/CE), según corresponda-. Los datos especificados no se refieren a un vehículo en concreto ni forman parte de la oferta, ya que sirven exclusivamente de referencia a efectos comparativos entre los diversos tipos de vehículos. Puede obtener más información actualizada sobre los vehículos concretos en su Centro Porsche oficial.