For Brembo, manufacturer of the world’s most renowned braking systems – both on two wheels and four – 2014 was a memorable year. In this supplied infographic from Brembo, the 2014 Formula 1 and MotoGP season are broken down. In it, we see Brembo (perhaps unsurprisingly) had total domination over the two series.
Click on the graphic to view all the stats, but here are a few highlights: A Brembo-equipped motorcycle won all 18 races of the 2014 MotoGP season (of course, only two bikes in MotoGP weren’t equipped with Brembo brakes – teammates Alvaro Bautista and Scott Redding), a Brembo-equipped motorcycle led all 476 laps of the 2014 MotoGP season, and a bike with Brembo brakes clocked the fastest lap in 17 of 18 races.
In other racing series, Brembo won the World Superbike championship with Sylvain Guintoli and Aprilia, while Josh Hayes brought Brembo a domestic championship in American Superbike aboard his Yamaha YZF-R1. Combined with Marc Marquez winning the MotoGP title again, Brembo has won 24 of the past 27 MotoGP championships, 22 of the last 26 World Superbike championships, and 22 straight in American Superbike.
Below is but a partial list of other Brembo motorcycle champions of 2014:
Marc Marquez; #93 Repsol Honda
Esteve Rabat; #53 Kalex
Alex Marquez; #73 Honda
Sylvain Guintoli; #50 Aprilia Racing Team RSV4
World Superstock 1000
Leandro Mercado; #36 Ducati 1189 Panigale R
Josh Hayes; #4 Graves Motorsports Yamaha
David Checa; Yamaha Racing GMT94
SUPERSTOCK – Kenny Foray; LMS Suzuki Junior Team
MX1 – Antonio Cairoli; KTM
MX2 – Jordi Tixier; KTM
E1 – Christophe Nambotin, KTM
E2 – Pierre Alexandre Renet, Husqvarna
E3 – Matthew Phillips, KTM
EJ – Danny Mccanney, Team Costa Ligure Beta Boano
EY – Davide Soreca, Team Costa Ligure Beta Boano
TR1 (World) – Toni Bou; Montesa-HRC
Dakar – Marc Coma, KTM