Danny Bohn won his second career NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour race this past weekend at Bowman Gray Stadium. Bohn also claimed the Coors Light Pole Award that day, and proved to dominate the track all day long.

Bohn got spun out in the last segment of the race, but managed to skillfully do a 360 degree turn and fought his way back up to the lead position and into victory lane.

The #65 car was the best on the track all day long–braking in the turns of this 1/4 mile, flat oval short track in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Bohn’s car is equipped with PFC’s full ZR34 Brake Package– ZeroDrag™ calipers, ZeroFailures™ discs, and CarbonMetallic© pads.

Short Track Recommended Compounds

01 Compound:
Light Friction-Ideal for Intermediate and low braking tracks. Pensacola, Nashville, Gresham, Milwaukee, etc. Good initial (Cold bite,) with very little torque rise with temperature for modulation and excellent release.

11 Compound:
Medium Friction-also ideal for intermediate and low braking tracks, including some heavier braking tracks. Pensacola, Cordele, Gresham, New Smyrna, etc. The ultimate in control, with super disc conditioning. Developed from 01 compound with improved bite, modulation, and release characteristics. Ultra smooth and eliminates wheel lock. Even less torque rise with temperature than 01.

13 Compound:
High Friction-Built for high braking applications and tracks. New Smyrna, Southern National, Dillon, Cordele, etc. Ultimate high bite developed from 01 with increased bite, modulation, and superior disc conditioning and release characteristics for exceptional control.

Compound applications vary depending on driver preference and caliper design. Consult PFC Short Track Technical Sales for your specific application and technical support.

For orders or questions, contact:
Chris Dilbeck
NASCAR Technical Sales
[email protected]

Keith Braun
Short Track Technical Sales
[email protected]

Danny Bohn WINS the Strutmasters 199 at Bowman Gray with PFC Brakes