Mark: It’s good, the helmet becomes part of the driver, they get really attached to it, it’s our only bit that we go and purchase, whereas the suit and everything else is provided.
The big thing about the Stilo is it’s airflow, the vents on the front allows the air to flow down the face.
This is by far the lightest helmet available, 500g-600g might not seem like much but when you are going 200km/h through the chase, the weight multiplies. It’s also very comfortable due to the low weight.
- Larger eyeport which allows for better visibility. - Inbuilt noise attenuating earmuffs for a quieter driving environment. The pressure upon the head can be adjusted by replacing the special foam rubber pads placed between the earmuff and the helmet. The earmuff’s unique shape ensures they stay in place and do not make the helmet difficult to put on or take off.
The closed faced ST5s also come ready for integrated electronics, air supply, and hydration.
Integrated Radio Options
The integrated electronics jack is positioned far enough away from the HANS post anchor in order to make the use of the jack trouble free even when the HANS is worn.
All wiring is hidden behind the padding and does not move around when you pull the helmet on and off.
Optional Air Supply System
The Air Supply System provides a steady supply of fresh air to drivers of closed cockpit cars. Many different attachments are available, all of which are integrated into the helmet shell. They can be used in conjunction with a communication system as well as the Hydration System. Top Air System - http://www.vsport.com.au/stilo-top-air-system-for-st5-2213
Optional Hydration System
The Hydration system has an inbuilt safety feature that can be easily detached in the case of an emergency.
There is a valve integrated into the quick coupling that prevents leakage upon disengagement.
The 2015 V8 Supercars Championship will be decided at the Coates Hire Sydney 500 after Craig Lowndes earned maximum points today at the WD-40 Phillip Island SuperSprint.
Lowndes lost ground to Championship leader Mark Winterbottom off the start of the 200km race, but clever strategy had the Red Bull driver at the front of the pack after the two required pit stops. Lowndes won by 1.97 seconds over Volvo's Scott McLaughlin and taking his 11th career win at Phillip Island.
Now, the pressure's on Winterbottom to take his first title, with a 179-point lead over Lowndes. Three-hundred points will be handed out in Sydney.
Chaz continues to thrill
He’s not only taken second position on the points table but has cut well into Winterbottom’s lead after two of three wins on the weekend.
Mostert continued to qualify well, earning his 10th pole position of the year on Saturday.
Even though he started on the second row on Sunday, the 23-year old was able to get into position and blaze into the distance to win by 7.65 seconds.
“It’s been a fantastic weekend, finished all the races and got a bank up of points,” Mostert said.
“The enduros are a big part of the Championship so we need to be just as solid there. I’ve got a good co-driver in Cam (Waters) so can’t wait to get to Sandown, it’s one of my favourite tracks.
“I can’t wait to get into it and see where we end up. We just have to be consistent and try to finish races but we’re a team and at the end of the day so if he (Winterbottom) gets it or I get it we’ve done the job for team.
“At the moment I just have to do my thing and keep tracking along and see what we do.”
A heavy mid-race shower threw the race into chaos. It became anyone’s game but Mostert held his cool to maintain his lead while the field slipped and slid behind him.
“I was pretty lucky that these guys beside us (Coulthard and Bright) were banked up a bit in the traffic when the wet weather came down.
“By the time they got around the other guys and started getting on with the job I had a little bit of a gap and was lucky enough to keep it.
“It was just hard being the first guy to reach the rain on the slicks and then to have to drive through it. Just trying to get yourself mentally back on racing line and start using it is a challenge.”
Stilo V8 123 podium finish
Chaz Mostert, Craig Lowes & Mark Winterbottom finished Sunday's race with a 1 2 3 podium finish. Making it a great result for Stilo Helmets.
Mostert finally delivered on his outstanding qualifying form, converting his eighth pole of the year into a third race win.
The Prodrive Racing Australia star ends the weekend third in the championship standings, behind team-mate Mark Winterbottom and Holden's Craig Lowndes.
Sunday's 65-lap race was effectively over by the first corner when Mostert got off the line quicker than Winterbottom, with no-one coming close to the 23-year-old for the remainder of the afternoon.
Winterbottom, who secured both race wins on Saturday, lost second place to Lowndes during the first round of pit-stops but held on to finish third and end the weekend with a championship lead of 265 points.
Lowndes came home second to complete a trio of podium finishes for the weekend and, despite his healthy advantage, Winterbottom admitted both his rivals remain real concerns.
Chaz wins amidst chaos
Chaz Mostert avoided a chaotic first race in Darwin on Saturday. After moving into the lead in turn one, he was never headed despite multiple safety restarts.
The second race saw a similarly incident-filled opening but Mostert hounded Tim Slade for second but was unable to make the pass and settled for his second podium.
Sundays Race seen Chaz grab a great start and settle into a strong race pace that seen him take out a 2nd place for race 15 and walk away from Darwin with a great collection of silverware.
Craig Lowndes has become the first driver in V8 Supercars history to win a century of championship races.
The Holden star had been sitting on 99 victories since March, but finally broke through for No.100 on Saturday in a dramatic second sprint in Darwin. Fittingly, it was the 888th race in the series – Lowndes' car number. "It's quite incredible," Lowndes said. "We've been close a number of times, the last couple of rounds, but this one's obviously special for me."
A Stilo helmet painted by Antman Helmet Design was presented to Craig to celebrate this milestone.
2015 sees the world leading helmet manufacturer Stilo release its latest generation of helmet, the ST5. The ST5 range comes in on top of the already successful ST4 range, which has been used by world champions in every discipline.
Closer to home, the Stilo ST4 was the helmet of choice for V8 Supercar greats Craig Lowndes, Todd Kelly and young-gun Bathurst 1000 winner, Chaz Mostert. Now, the ST5 raises the benchmark ever higher for competitors, and manufacturers.
The ST5 line-up features four variants: GT, Formula, Formula Naked, and Karting, which all promise a lighter, smaller shell, with increased vision, airflow and comfort.
The flagship model in the range is the ST5 F N Zero. This helmet has the smallest, narrowest and lightest shell in class. Aerodynamically crafted, the ST5 proved itself in recent Formula 1 tests, and is now used by Sauber team driver Felipe Nasr. The ST5 F N Zero weighs in at only 1.2kg, nearly half a kilo lighter than the next comparable helmet on the market.
The list of drivers already signed up for the ST5 in Australia 2015 includes Craig Lowndes, Mark Winterbottom, Chaz Mostert, Lee Holdsworth, Marcos Ambrose, James Courtney, Tim Slade and Todd Kelly.
Positive feedback has already started to amount, with V8 drivers having the opportunity to test the helmet for the first time early in February.
"I like the light weight of my new Stilo ST5. It is 500 grams lighter than helmets I previously used. When driving the weight of a helmet gets multiplied with the forces. This puts pressure on your neck and shoulders, so I can really feel the weight difference in the car. I am impressed with the air flow and the way you can push the vents to pin point where you want the air flow to go. It is also a really comfortable helmet so it ticks all the boxes for me," says Mark Winterbottom.
"The Stilo ST5 helps me keep a cool head, literally. The biggest thing we look for in V8's is airflow, and the top feed mount and vents on the ST5 helmet are great for that. The front nose is slightly smaller too, which gives me better vision. It's light, comfy, cool, and I can see more - very happy," says Chaz Mostert.
To view more details on the new ST5 range, head over to the Stilo website and check out the 2015 catalogue here.
Harry Bates Podium Finish
Team Endless Japan Ready For World Time Attack Challenge
Team Endless Japan will be returning to WTAC this year to compete in the Garrett Pro Am Class. In 2013 they finished in the top five in their class, this time they will be competing with a much faster RX7 with over 600hp driven by the highly capable Atsushi Shimaya.
Shimaya-san is not only the driver but also the head of R&D at Endless brakes. The RX7 serves as a testing platform for Endless products. They will be looking to break into the "1:20" mark with this higly tuned RX7. Keep an eye out for the Endless team in October at the World Time Attack Challenge.
Check out our range of Endless products here Or call us on 02 8814 8988 for more info on Endless products
Car Fire Extinguishers
With the consant focus on safety, we take a quick look at the ESMS-40 as an option to consider when looking at fire extinguishers.
The ESMS-40 is an entry level, FIA Approved mechanical firebomb system which comes with all the required accessories. Our workshop can take care of the install with a same day turn around.
The 4 Litre bottle is filled with Aqueous Film Forming Foam (AFFF).
AFFF is a Class B foam which was designed for difficult to extinguish fires such as petrol and works by creating a foam blanket that floats on and covers the fire of fuel.
2 mechanical triggers allow for installation on the inside (1.8m) and outside (3.6m) of vehicle.
If you'd like more info on a firebomb system for your specific applciation please give us a call.
Molly Taylor Wins National Capital Rally
V-Sport's Sabelt sponsored rally racers Molly Taylor and Bill Hayes has made Australian Motorsport history, taking their first outright win in the Australian Rally Championship, and becoming the first woman racer ever to win a round of the series. The win puts them at the top of the championship points tally after the second round of the 2015 series. Congrats to Molly Taylor and Bill Hayes and don't they look great in their customised Sabelt TI601 suits!
Strong start to the season for Pagid Rs.
The Majority of the race teams relied, once again, on Pagid RS endurance brake pads at the very tough 2013 Daytona 24 hour race.
2 podium spots went to Race teams using Pagid RS and Pagid RS won the all new GX class.
6 out of the top 10 were using Pagid RS.
Great Motorsport Success for Pagid RS brake pads in international races
Datoyna Prototypes equipped with Pagid RS racing brake pads finished 1 - 2 - 3 overall at the 6 hour race in Watkins Glen. Corvette prototype Team Action Express Racing with drivers Joao Barbosa and Darren Law scored their second overall Rolex Sports Car Series win at Watkins Glen after an impressive 1 - 2 finish earlier in the month at the Grand Am Detroit race.
Top podium finish the Ferrari factory team and PAGID RSechnical partner AF Corse at the 80th 24 hours race in Le Manns 2012.
Giancarlo Fissichella, Gianmaria Bruni and Tony Vilander drove their Ferrari 458 Italia GT2 equipped with PAGID RS yellow endurance brake pads to victory at the world's most important endurance race.
That was already the 3rd great seccess for PAGID RS in 2012, after winning overall at the Rolex 24 in Dyatona and the World Endurance Championship (WEC) win at the Sebring 12 hours race.
Endurance Record Set by Brembo
Brembo recorded an extraordinary performance and a scintillating victory at the Le Mans 24 Hour race in the GTE Am category, as the nÂ° 50 Corvette of Larbre Competition took first place using Brembo RB 340 pads.
Once again, Brembo underscores its reputation as a top brand, and as the supplier of a product that can make the difference: the brake pads on the Corvette driven by Bornhauser, Lamy and Canal were not changed even once throughout the entire duration of the famous race, and the car maintained a gap of between 10 and 40 seconds over its nearest pursuer for almost 20 hours.
This is the first time that a GTE car equipped with Brembo pads has completed and won the Le Mans event: 329 laps covering 4423 km, and not a single change of pads â?? a truly remarkable achievement.
Team Larbre Competition were particularly appreciative of the RB 340, which delivered stable levels of performance throughout the race, especially during the colder night hours. Significantly, Pedro Lamy (former Formula 1 driver) produced his best lap of 3.58.534 during the latter stages of the race, proving that even under the least advantageous conditions, these Brembo pads were able to guarantee outstanding quality and performance.
The entire 24 hour Le Mans race â?? this year in its 80th edition â?? was characterized by the domination of Brembo equipment, both in the general classification, with the two Audi R18 e-tron quattros and the Audi R18 Ultra; and in other categories too: victory in the GTE Pro class with the success of the Ferrari 458 raced by AF Corse, and second and third place in the LMP2 category.
Ryal Harris wins V8 Ute round at Hidden Valley
Ryal Harris has secured the round victory of the Auto One V8 Ute Racing Series â?? protected by Armor All at Hidden Valley Raceway today.
The result, his fourth podium for the year, has pushed him into second position in the ENZED drivers Championship, only eight points behind leader Nathan Pretty.
Harris finished on equal round points with David Sieders, with Harris winning on a countback after a higher finishing position in the final race.
Ryal 1st race wearing his new Stilo ST4 WGT. Perfect to keep him cool in the 31Â° heat.
PagidRS victorious in GTE Pro class at Le Mans 24 hours
Ferrari factory team and Pagid RS technical partner AF Corse took the GTE Pro class victory at the 80th running of the prestigious 24 hour race at Le Mans, France over the weekend. Former F1 stalwarts Giancarlo Fisichella, Gianmaria Bruni partnered with Toni Vilander to steer their Ferrari 458 Italia GT2, equipped with Pagid RS yellow endurance brake pads to victory at the world’s most important endurance race. This result is the 3rd great success for Pagid RS in 2012, after overall victories in both the Rolex 24 held at the Daytona International Speedway in January & the 12-hour World Endurance Championship (WEC) season opener held at Sebring in March.
Craig Lowndes wins first round of 2012
Craig Lowndes has scored his first win of the 2012 V8 Supercars Championship by defeating team-mate Jamie Whincup in a late-race scrap at Hidden Valley.
TeamVodafone proved the dominant force in a race typically dominated by tyre strategy.
Mark Winterbottom emerged best of the rest in third, albeit some 16.3s adrift of the race winner.
Craig Lowndes' Stilo ST4 WGT Carbon kept him cool while racing in the 31° heat.
The Orrcon Steel FPR Falcon driver took the lead from pole-sitting team-mate Will Davison while on the hard tyres in the opening laps but proved unable to fight for the win on the softer rubber.
Michael Caruso took a fine fourth place finish despite falling to the rear of the field with a stall at the start.
Fabian Coulthard, Will Davison, Shane van Gisbergen, David Reynolds, Garth Tander and Tim Slade rounded out the top 10
Race teams equipped with PAGID RS racing brake pads have won 3 major US Sports Car races.
April 1st: Porsche 250 at Barber Motorsports Park in Alabama. Factory backed Mazda RX-8 team SpeedSource won the 2nd round of the Rolex Sports Car Series Grand Am GT race at Barber Motorsports Park.
April 14th: American Le Mans Series at Long Beach Corvette Racing’s Oliver Gavin and Tommy Milner won the second round of the ALMS GT2 class race at Long Beach with their Chevrolet Corvette C6 ZR1.
April 21st: Grand Prix of Miami. Corvette Daytona Prototype Team Suntrust Racing and drivers Max Angelelli and Ricky Taylor won the rain washed Grand Prix of Miami.
Red Bull on the streets of Melbourne
This week a few lucky Melbourne folk were treated to a ride in a 'Red Bull Taxi'. V8 Supercar driver, Rick Kelly and pro drifter Mad Mike Whiddett took their Red Bull Race Off Renault Sport Megane RS.250 Sports to the streets of Melbourne surprising a few passer-bys with their supped-up taxis. Be sure too look out for the flash looking Sabelt Red Bull Race suits Rick and Mad Mike are sporting.
Catch the Red Bull Race Off from March 15 at the Australian Grand Prix!
Practice Sessions - March 15 - 12.25pm and 12.45pm Qualifying - March 15 - 6.10pm and 6.20pm
1st Race - March 17 - 1.05 and 1.20 2nd Race - March 18 - 12.25 and 12.40
This unique exhibition race will see6 Red Bull athletes compete head to head during the 2012 Australian Grand Prix in the specially designed Renault Meganes RS.250 Sport
Cameron Waters Wins Shannons Supercar Showdown
Cameron Waters from Mildura, Victoria has beaten Andrew Jordan from Staffodshire, England in the final episode of Shannons Supercar Showdown on the weekend (2 October). 17 yr old, Cameron will make hi V8 Supercar debut and is set to make history as the youngest driver ever to compete at the Bathurst 1000 as he raced alongside the shows host Grant Denyer in the #77 Shannons Mars Commodore.
Shannons Supercar Showdown
We are excited to support the Shannons Supercar Showdown airing on Sundays at 5pm on 7mate. Make sure you take note of the GoPro Camera HD footage as they have been used for the in car and on car footage. All contestants as well as the Kelly Racing team have been fitted with Sabelt Custom Race Suits. These suits are lightweight, breathable and are a must for endurance racing.
Kelly Racing has opened its doors to allow TV cameras behind the scenes of what really makes a V8 Supercar team tick. From an initial cast of 10 contestants, all young and up and-coming racing drivers, a series of eliminations will determine the winner of one of the most significant prizes ever offered in motorsport - to race at the Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000 this October. The winner will race alongside the show's host, TV personality Grant Denyer, in the Shannons-Mars Racing entry at Mount Panorama, a fifth entry in "The Great Race" for Kelly Racing.
As well as unearthing a future V8 Superstar, Shannons Supercar Showdown joins Kelly Racing as Rick and Todd kelly, Greg Murphy and David Reynolds battle it out in the 2011 V8 Supercars Championship. Race fans will meet the people behind the scenes critical to the success of a motorsport race team from engineers and mechanics to designers, dieticians and personal trainers.
Local and international hopefuls, including three female drivers, will also descend on Kelly Racing headquarters to take part in this unique event. Ten of the hottest up-and-coming drivers from Australia and across the globe will compete for the coveted spot, as they eat, sleep and train with Kelly Racing and learn everything there is to know about becoming a champion driver.
Over the series they will be eliminated one by one until only the best of the best is left standing.
The drama of V8 Supercars racing at the elite level through the eyes of Rick and Todd Kelly will provide the ultimate contrast to our young hopefuls who are embarking on their own race of a lifetime to get a foot in the door of a V8 Supercar team.
911 GT2 RS record setting run at Pikes Peak 2011
Jeff Zwart, seven-time Pikes Peak Champion, smashed his 2010 record setting run by 10 seconds in his street-legal Porsche 911 GT2 RS. He also set the record for the fastest street-legal car ever to race the Peak.
PagidRS Endurance Success!!!
race pads success at 3 major endurance events
24Hr Race Le Mans France
Pagid's stopping power and longevity pay off at the 2011 Le Mans 24hr race. After finishing one/two already at the 24hr race in Daytona back in January, cares equipped with Pagid race pads were again able to repeat this great result at the 24hr race in Le Mans.
Corvette Racing's C6 ZR1 with drivers Antonio Garcia (SPA), Tommy Milner (USA) and Oliver Beretta (MCO) crossing the line only 2 min 30 sec in front of the 2nd place AF Corse Ferrari 458 driven by Giancarlo Fisichella (ITA), Gianmaria Bruni (ITA) and Tony Vilander (FIN).
Pagid partner team FLying Lizard Motorsports with their Porshce GT3RSR and drivers Joerg Bergmeister (GER), Patrick Long (USA) and Lucas Luhr (USA) finished 6th on GT pro class.
Corvette C6 ZR1
6hr race Watkins Glen (USA)
1 - 2 - 3 finish in GT class, three different car manufacturers, one Brake pad - PAGID
First was Brumos Racing Porsche GT3 Cup from Autohaus Motorsports Camaro GT.R and rounding up the top 3 was the Speed Source Mazda RX-8.
Porsche GT3 Cup
Corvette C6 ZR1
3h race VIR (Virginia International Raceway, USA)
Overall 1 - 3 podium finish for PAGID partner team Action Express Racing with thier Daytona prototypes Porsche Riley.
Porsche Riley Daytone Prototype
Porsche Riley Daytone Prototype
Kyle Busch Wins at Kentucky
Congratulations to Kyle Busch on Winning the inagural Cup Race at Kentucky on the weekend.
Kyle is supported by Stilo and wears an ST4 WGT with Forced Air.
David Wall wins Eastern Creek Round
Two-time defending Vodka O Australian GT Champion David Wall has taken a race and round win from a one-off return to the class at Eastern Creek at the weekend.
Having finished second in Race 1 on Saturday, Wall drove his Michelin-backed Porsche GT3 Cup S to a dominant nine second win over Peter Hackett’s Mercedes SLS GT3 in Race 2 to take the round win. Wall uses Pagid RS pads front and rear on his Porsche GT3 Cup S. “I’ve tried many types of varying compounds, but the Pagid pads give me a great pedal feel, stopping power and excellent wear”.
“I love this place – I have done some driver training and driven a lot of wet laps here,” said Wall, making a one-off appearance in the championship while he concentrates on his Fujitsu V8 Supercars Series duties.
“It was great to come back to the series for this race result I really have to thank my team.”
Race 1 winner Greg Crick (Jeep Dodge Viper) fought with Wall early before a front-splitter issued forced an unscheduled pitstop.
2011 Lexus Celebrity Challenge
The 2011 Lexus Celebrity Challenge was held in the end of March. The 28 new Lexus CT 200h luxury sports hybrid hatch where fitted with Sabelt Racing Harnesses and all the celebrity drivers were wearing a Sabelt Stratos suit.
Celebrities participating in the Challenge included
Dr Chris Brown
Brodie Harper & Lauren Phillips
Rick and Todd Kelly take 1st and 3rd at the ITM400 in Hamilton, New Zealand
BSM Sport would like to congratulate Rick and Todd on their recent results in New Zealand and look forward to seeing more podium finishes from them during the rest of the season.
We are proud to be associated with the entire Kelly Racing team and thank them for their ongoing support. To celebrate their recent success we are having a sale on selected Sabelt apparel.
"I have worn most of the race suits out there in my career, without a doubt these Sabelt suits are clearly the best" Rick Kelly.
Rick Kelly won the opening race of the ITM400 in Hamilton, New Zealand on the weekend. Rick led Craig Lowndes to take his 10th victory of his career and his 1st ever race win for Kelly Racing.
Todd Kelly added sweetness to the team’s victory placing 3rd in his #7 Jack Daniels Commodore despite not having a working windscreen wiper for the last 17 laps in treacherous race conditions.
Rick started in 3rd place in his #15 Jack Daniels Commodore on the grid and after a fast start was running in 1st by the first corner. He had a 10 second lead in the closing stages but this advantage was lost after the safety car was called in lap 53. Rick held his nerve with Lowndes right behind him to claim his long awaited victory for the Kelly Racing Team.
Todd was in 2nd as the safety car was called however was passed by Lowndes and Mark Winterbottom with 5 laps remaining. Todd managed to hold out Winterbottom to hold onto the final place on the podium with a spectacular passing with 2 laps remaining.
Rick has moved up to 4th on the 2011 V8 Supercar Championship standings after 5 races with Todd in 16th place.
Dean Herridge wins Australia Targa Championship using Pagid
Dean placed second overall in the Targa Tasmania to secure the Australian Targa Championship using RS29 Brake Pads.
Herridge was rewarded for consistent performances across all three rounds of the championship - Targa High Country in November, and Targa Wrest Point in January.
Good Luck Reeves Racing
BSMSPORT would like to wish Brendan Reeves and his sister/Co-Driver Rhianon Smyth and Molly Taylor and her Co-Driver Rebecca Smart luck in the upcoming first round of the World Rally Championship Academy Series. The WRC Academy is the first step on the WRC ladder for young drivers and will give the stars of tomorrow an unrivalled opportunity to develop their talent on the world stage.
The WRC Academy is a one make series where all drivers will compete with identical Ford Fiesta R2s prepared by M-Sport. To further level the competition, the cars will be fitted with control tyres from Pirelli.
The Academy begins on the third round of the 2011 World Rally Championship, Vodafone Rally of Portugal (24-27 March). After that, it includes the WRC rounds in Italy (5-8 May), Finland (28-31 July), Germany (18-21 August), France (29 September - 2 October) before concluding on Wales Rally GB (10-13 November).
Brendan and Rhianon will also be competing in Targa Tasmania which will be held in April from the 2nd till the 10th of April.
BSMSPORT are proud to be supporters of Brendan, Rhianon, Molly and Rebecca on their rise to the top and wish them the best of luck. Watch this space for updates on their success throughout the year.
Look out for Brendan and Rhiannon in their Sabelt custom suits, boots and gloves proudly supplied by us.
Molly will be wearing the new WRC 8860 Des Helmet
Brendan and Rhianon
BSMSPORT are the official suppliers to Targa Tasmania. The rally will be held on April 2nd - 10th. We will be there once again with our BSM truck full of motorsport equipment from Scutineering requirements to Helmets and Brake Pads. If you should have any equipment concerns during the rally, come and speak to one of our team members in the Silverdome or you can contact us at Targa on 0438 273 626.
Kelly Racing 2010 Stilo Helmets
Check out Kelly Racings painted Stilo ST4 2010 Helmets.
Pagid RS Dominate the 2010 Rolex 24 hour
In a race marked by unusual weather and a record number of lead changes an upstart team challenged the establishment and won. The no.9 Action Express Porsche Riley Prototype held off Chip Gannassi's BMW powered Riley Prototype by 52.3 seconds to win the 2010 Rolex 24 Hour race held at Daytona.
Cars equipped with Pagid Rs Race Pads finished in position 1 to 10 which marked the 11th overall triumph at Daytone for a Pagid Technical Partner Team.
All but one Prototype team relied on Pagid RS Endurance Race Pads and so did 75% of the GT class team
Endless 1st, 2nd, 3rd at Eastern Creek 6 Hour
Endless Pads placed 1st, 2nd, 3rd at Eastern Creek 6 Hour held on Sunday the 18th of July.
The West Surfing Products team came in first driving a Mitsubishi Evo X, driven by Stuart Kostera and Warren Luff, using Endless Pads. 2nd was Inky Tulloch and Steve Jones also driving a Mitsubishi Evo X, using Endless Pads. Coming in 3rd place was P. Conroy and M. Brame driving a Mitsubishi 8 also using Endless Pads.
Endless is best known in competition for its unique Endurance Racing pads which were first made famous at Bathurst on the winning Larry Perkins car in 1995. Endless also produce a range of street / competition pads which have been used successfully in Rallying and in GT Production circuit racing.
They are noted for:
Excellent cold performance
Excellent modulation - can be taken to almost lockup and held at that point