Autosport International is Europe’s largest indoor motorsport event, this year it celebrated its 27th anniversary at the NEC in Birmingham. Autosport International uniquely caters for both the trade and public visitors, with two distinct displays featuring the very latest in motorsport, automotive and performance engineering technology.
Firmly at the heart of the performance and racing industry TAROX braking products could be spotted throughout Autosport International show this year.
Flying the flag in the motorsport circle, Steve ‘Baggsy’ Biagioni’s Nissan featured a bespoke TAROX 4 wheel big brake kit, carefully tailored to suit the trail braking required for high speed drift entry and precise hydraulic handbrake use.
Elsewhere, grass roots motorsport enthusiasts TrackAddict displayed their own track day vehicles, also featuring TAROX performance brake pads and discs. These cars are regular track day attendees up and down the country and also organise their own track event at Rockingham.
From hot FWD hatches to turbocharged MX5s, TrackAddict the purest form of driving enjoyment and build and service these cars themselves at home, all relying on the performance of TAROX braking products.
An example of this home brewed ingenuity is Jay Hardy’s Puma which utilises an ST170 Focus disc setup with Mondeo callipers. It’s a healthy improvement over the stock setup and again utilises TAROX brake pads, discs, hoses and fluid.