Ganassi Wins—Pruett, Montoya, Rojas, and Kimball Drive to a Daytona Rolex 24hr Win with PFC Brakes!!
CLOVER, SC) January 28, 2013 – PFC Brakes had a weekend of wins in the top sports car endurance events to start out the new 2013 year—the Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona, and the BMW Performance 200.
The Ganassi BMW car lead 421 of 709 laps, and put a large gap between the rest of the pack until a series of cautions came up near the end of the race. The car performed flawlessly, giving the 01 the ability to get ahead again—having a 21.92 second lead across the finish line ahead of the second place runner. PFC is proud to have their ZeroDrag™ calipers, ZeroFailure™ discs, and CarbonMetallic®, NEW 12 Compound pads on the Ganassi car—bringing in the overall win at the Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona.
The 01 Ganassi Daytona Prototype scored the overall win running the full PFC Brake Package (calipers, pads, and discs), giving PFC’s NEW 12 Compound a win in its debut race. Drivers include Memo Rojas, Scott Pruett, Charlie Kimball, and Juan Pablo Montoya who drove the final hours through the checkered flag.
The BMW Performance 200 season-opening race ran on Friday at Daytona International Speedway as a prelude to the Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona. The Roush Performance team won the BMW Performance 200 race on Friday. The No. 61 Roush Mustang, equipped with PFC pads. Jack Roush Jr. and Billy Johnson shared the driver’s seat of in a tight race of back-and-forth passing and drafting. Johnson crossed the finish line 1.81 seconds ahead of the second place runner.
PFC Brakes produces the highest quality brake parts, specifically designed for race teams, high speeds, and hard turns—NO COMPROMISESTM.