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The driver Danilo Lewis won two titles last weekend, the two-time Brazilian Motovelocity champion and champion of Goiás SuperBike. This season, Lewis was backed by Cobreq, one of the brands of the TMD Friction group, the world’s largest brake pad manufacturer.

The dispute took place at the Ayrton Senna International Race Track, in Goiânia, and Danilo Lewis took the trophy from Goiás and Brazil in the main category, PRO. Despite difficulties from the fourth lap due to problems with the handlebars of the bike, the rider surprised, concludes the race and took both titles.

With investment in technology and innovation, Cobreq is committed to delivering the best performance, safety and durability on high-speed motorcycle brake pads.

ABOUT COBREQ
Cobreq is one of the brands of the TMD Friction group, the largest brake pad manufacturer in the world. The company develops pads, shoes and brake pads covering light, heavy and motorcycle vehicles. Located in an area of 100,000 m² in Salto, São Paulo countryside, the factory represents one of the largest units of the TMD Friction group outside Europe. For more information, visit www.cobreq.com.br.

About TMD Friction Group
TMD Friction, a group of Nisshinbo Holdings Inc., is a global leader in manufacturing brake pads for the automotive industry. It also manufactures disc brake pads and drum brake pads for applications on various types of vehicles. Its product portfolio also includes sport brake pads as well as friction materials for this segment. TMD Friction serves the global spare parts market through the Textar, Nisshinbo, Mintex, Don, Pagid and Cobreq brands, as well as developing and producing industry friction linings under the Cosid and Dynotherm brands. TMD Friction Group has four manufacturing plants in Germany, as well as other units in Europe, the USA, Brazil, Mexico, China, Japan and South Africa. The group has over 5,000 employees worldwide. For more information, visit www.tmdfriction.com.

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Alfapress Communications
Fabiana Groppo – Consultora de Comunicação
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(55-19) 997816909