Spanish brake component specialist Galfer reports a good start to the year in terms of race success for teams and riders using their high performance G1310 sintered competition compound pads, metallic brake lines and lightweight Disc Wave rotors.
In Moto3 Gresini Racing, Jorge Martín and Fabio Di Giannantonio won at Qatar and Las Americas, with Martín the current overall leader at the time of writing.
|Jorge Martin at Qatar|
Leopard Racing with Enea Bastianini and Lorenzo Dalla Porta have scored two podiums, having won the M3 World Championship in 2017, with Joan Mir winning 10 of 19 races; Estrella Galicia with Aron Canet (and Alonso Lopez) have had two podiums this 2018 season. Aron won three races last year, and Team Reale-Avintia with Livio Loi are also racing with Galfer.
All of them are using Racing Galfer Disc Wave discs (DF100CW1 - front x2, DF101CW1 - rear x1), Galfer sintered brake G1310 pads and Galfer metallic brake lines. In 2016 Galfer were homologated by HRC for spare parts on Moto3 bikes.
In WSBK (Supersport 600 class), Evan Bros Team with Randy Krummenacher won at Thailand and has had two other podiums already this 2018 season (Randy was second in the overall classification at the time of writing) - he is using Galfer’s DF475CW1 (front x2) and DF496W (rear x1) Disc Wave rotors on his Yamaha YZF-R6.
Profile Racing’s Luke Stapleford (and Stefan Hill) have posted four Top Ten finishes with Galfer so far this season (DF906CW1, front x2 and DF907W, rear x1 on his Triumph Daytona 675).
In the Supersport 300 class ParkinGO Team with Mika Perez and Filippo Rovelli have scored a podium already in 2018 with Galfer Disc Wave rotors on their Ninja 400s, and the DS Junior Team with Ana Carrasco and Dorren Loureiro have had four Top Ten finishes this 2018 season. They are using Galfer Disc Wave rotors, G1310 sintered brake pads and Galfer metallic brake lines on their Ninja 400s.