Tarox’s ability to solve braking problems quickly opened the door to the premier class of car racing when Didier Pironi won the 1980 Formula 1 Belgium Grand Prix, in a car equipped with the Tarox anti-heat pistons. Such was his victory it caused all the leading teams to quickly switch to Tarox.
Just two years after their Formula 1 debut, and just 6 years after the company was established Keke Rosberg drove a Tarox equipped Williams to the 1982 World Title. Such was this achievement it quickly established the company founded in 1976 by Gianni Taroni among the top performance brake manufacturers.
[u]G88 brake discs [/u]
The G88 is probably the best known of all Tarox discs and the most instantly recognizable with its multiple radial grooves on the braking surface.
These grooves are designed to generate a turbine effect which dissipates heat buildup, allowing the discs to run cooler and reducing the possibility of warping, vibration or cracking.
All G88 discs are heat treated for strength, hand finished to provide the smoothest possible braking surface additionally G88 discs are TUV approved.
[u]Sport Japan brake discs[/u]
As the name implies Sport Japan discs were originally designed for the Japanese market where tough looks and high performance are important factors. Sport Japan discs feature six grooves on the braking surface which deglaze the pads and help vent the gasses and scale which cause fading.
Drilled holes remove heat from the discs, allowing the discs to run cooler, all Sport Japan discs are heat treated for strength, milled on numerically controlled machines and hand finished to ensure the smoothest possible braking surface. Additionally Sport Japan discs are TUV approved.
[u]F2000 brake discs[/u]
Designed for those who alternate the use of the car on the road with serious sessions on the track.
The curved grooves deglaze the pads and allow the disc to run cooler.
Heat treated for strenght, hand finished to ensure the smoothest possible breaking surface.