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  • Hanson Chin
    Some of the cars you might see Brembo brakes are rare and exotic supercars and hypercars that depend on reliable braking systems to safely slow them down when they're going well over 100mph – or even over 200mph. This includes the Porsche 918 Spyder, Pagani Zonda, Corvette Z01, and the Dodge Viper SRT.25 May 2020
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