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Tuesday, August 18th Free Baer Brake Seminar , Seattle


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Please join us Tuesday, August 18th for a brake seminar. Baer Brakes will be holding this event at Brad's Custom Auto. Start time is 6 PM, and the public is welcome. There will be a 45 minute lecture with time for questions to follow.



Baer Brakes / Baer Racing History

Baer Racing, Inc., was established in 1986. Founder Hal Baer´s technical and analytical skills, coupled with a keen ability to spot people with strong, diverse talents and assemble them into a cohesive team, has and continues to be Baer Racing´s greatest strength, both on and off the track. Originally the business provided race preparation and fabrication services between seasons and race dates. But as popularity and demand for its brake systems grew, Baer was forced to look at beginning real production of its systems. To that end, following the 1993 race season, Hal Baer partnered with Todd Gartshore and Robert Sommers to form Baer Brake Systems.






Today Baer offers the industry´s most complete line of performance brake products, from the new DecelaRotor™ line, offering entry level enthusiasts direct OE fit performance rotors, to the family of race and road-going systems engineered and manufactured entirely by Baer. Baer’s 6-Piston MonoBlock calipers, machined in-house from a single chunk of forged aluminum alloy and featured in Baer Claw® EXTREME-PLUS systems, truly are the stiffest, gnarliest, most robust road-going calipers in the world. Baer was the first to make this leading-edge racing technology accessible and affordable for enthusiasts, and to date, Baer is still the only one!








At Baer, brakes are our only business. Being singularly focused allows us to design, test and constantly improve our systems. Surgeons do not give haircuts and Baer does not build engines. This singular focus leaves us better prepared to deliver proper brake systems and products than companies who offer everything from exhaust systems to body styling packages. Our complete system approach, along with dedicated, knowledgeable and readily available technical support, clearly sets us apart from the competition. We work tirelessly in an effort to set the standard by which all other performance-brake manufacturers will be judged, because as racers and enthusiasts, Baer is driven to win.







In the end, your project is the only one that matters. Baer products will bring life to virtually all your unique performance and budget demands. We look forward to the opportunity to serve you soon!









Designed and built the highly successful Pro-Search® Mustangs for the Bob Bondurant School of High Performance Driving.

Prepared the chassis, brakes, and safety equipment for Car Craft magazine´s "Project 200 Mustang."

Developed and managed major projects for a variety of automotive publishers and continues to do so to this day.

Performed testing and/or built custom performance brake systems or components for Ford Motor Company, Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Corvette Group, GMC, Lincoln Mercury, Mitsubishi, Pontiac and Volvo of North America.

Provided special development services to such notable and varied aftermarket leaders as Vortech Engineering, HKS USA, Roush Performance, Lingenfelter Performance Engineering, Foose Design, Hotchkis, Steilow Engineering, Kenne-Bell, Posie´s, ACC, Toyo Tire, RennTech, O´Gara-Hess & Eisenhart, Mallett Motorsports and many others.

Won in SCCA Escort, Corvette Challenge, and World Challenge, as well as IMSA Firehawk and several classes of amateur racing competition. BlueBlocker.

Baer has the distinction of winning more Corvette Challenge races than any single car and driver in the two years of the series. Baer was also the first Mustang, and the only team without Factory support, to sit on the pole, set lap records, and win races in World Challenge competition.




Thank you



Brad's Custom Auto

12719 28th Ave NE

Seattle, WA 98125

Phone 206-367-1471 / Fax 206-368-8118

http://www.bradscustomauto.com http://www.myspace.com/bradscustomauto

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