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  • Alif Ikram
    Some of the sports cars equipped with Brembo brakes:
    • Alfa Romeo 4C. Brake calipers. ...
    • Chevrolet Camaro. Italian brakes do it better. ...
    • Corvette Stingray. Braking on the seventh day. ...
    • Dodge Viper SRT. Benchmark Braking. ...
    • Ferrari 488 GTB. ...
    • Ferrari California T. ...
    • Ford Mustang. ...
    • LaFerrari.
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