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WRC rally star Hayden Paddon becomes official Winmax Brake Pads ambassador

Monday, 09 January 2017
WRC rally star Hayden Paddon becomes official Winmax Brake Pads ambassador
 
He has already been a customer for many years, but now Hyundai Motorsport driver Hayden Paddon will be the official Winmax Brake Pads ambassador for 2017.
Paddon, who knows the Winmax Brake Pads very well from his own experience, will promote the brand globally.
 
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The World Rally Championship might only have just finished but all drivers are already preparing for the 2017 season. In a few weeks, the main players want to be at the start of the Monte Carlo rally, which will field much more powerful cars due to new regulations.

One of the top teams in the WRC is Hyundai Motorsport, which will engage 3 official drivers. Hayden Paddon of New-Zealand will race the Hyundai for the 3rd full season and is aiming for a few wins.

"We already managed to bag one win in 2016 (Argentina), got 3 podium finishes and ended 9 times in the Top 5. We are using the Winmax Brake Pads now for few seasons and are really happy with their performance. We did a lot of testing and found the right compound to suit my driving style," according to Hayden Paddon.
 
Dirk Van der Sluys of Winmax Brake Pads : "We were looking for a top driver to represent our product at the highest levels of motorsports. What could be better than to find a driver who has been using the Winmax Brake Pads for several seasons already and knows what they can bring? Hayden Paddon will represent Winmax Brake Pads officially in 2017 and we are very proud of this! It should allow us to increase the brand recognition and underline the quality of our products. We are convinced Hayden will again bring us some top results on 2017."

From the start of the season, we will see the Winmax Brake Pads logo on Paddons' official race-overall, and Hayden will also help Winmax in the development of even better products for the future.

Last modified on Tuesday, 14 February 2017