Compass360 Racing continues to belt out podium visits for Team StopTech . With two drivers tied for first in the ST class of the Grand-Am Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge Standings, Compass360 Racing is making it an even more interesting season with two of their drivers (David Thilenius and Lawson Aschenbach) tied for second and another one, Zach Lutz, running in third all alone. Two of their cars hold second and third in the overall team standings.
The Compass360 Racing competition Honda Civic Si racecars made a switch over to rear StopTech Street Performance Brake Pads at the top of this stellar season. You can also find PowerSlot Power Alloy brake rotors on Compass360's Honda Civic Si lineup, which helped fuel an amazing opening weekend for the team. (Check out these shots of Lawson Aschenbach's #74 at the Canadian Car Show).
Don't let the "street" in StopTech Street Performance Brake Pads fool you. Compass360 Racing has been proving these brake pads track worthy all season long. Feedback from the team indicates they are "getting 5 races out of them and are the right amount of friction in the rear for the stock ABS system...they hold up much better than the previous pads we used in rear. (Those pads) tend to crumble after multiple heat cycles which caused the pad to chew up the disk finish."
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