Los Angeles (July 2009) – Jason Saini of Tri-Point MotorSports drove to his second SCCA Pro Racing SPEED World Challenge Touring Car win of the season in the Grand Prix at Autobahn. The Round 6 victory at Autobahn Country Club in Joliet, Illinois, followed Saini earning pole-position a day earlier in his the No. 74 MAZDASPEED/Stoptech/ProParts MAZDA6 with a blistering lap during the qualifier.
That one-two punch adds to Team StopTech’s “Podium or Pole-Position” season and extends a hot summer winning streak that includes an SCCA SPEED GT victory by StopTech’s CEO earlier in the month during Round 5 at Watkins Glen. Team StopTech, which is itself not an actual race team, consists of the select production based race cars from the Tri-Point Motorsports, GMG Racing and Turner Motorsport teams competing on StopTech performance brakes in the Grand-Am Koni Sports Car Challenge Series and the SCCA Pro Racing SPEED World Challenge Series.  
Jason Saini of Tri-Point Motorsports takes first place in a MAZDA6 with StopTech brakes at Autobahn Grand Prix 2009Saini, set the fastest lap of the qualifying session (2:38.148 / 81.038 mph), to claim his second-career pole position. Saini then led a two-car Tri-Point Motorsports breakaway at the start of the race, with teammate Eric Foss in tow in the No. 75 MAZDASPEED/Stoptech/ProParts MAZDA6. Saini never relinquished, cruising away to a 1.149-second win, averaging 74.679 mph.  
“The car was awesome into the corner, out of the corner,” noted Saini of his StopTech-equipped MAZDA6. The victory was not only his second of this season, but also the 2008 World Challenge Touring Car Rookie of the Year’s third career win.
Tri-Point has been a strong component of Team StopTech’s “Podium or Pole Position” 2009 season before this SPEED World Challenge Touring Car Round 6 victory. Saini earned a first place finish at Round 3 in New Jersey. Charles Espenlaub and Jason Saini both visited the podium at Mosport International Raceway with second and third place finishes during Round 4. Espenlaub again finished second inRound 5 at Watkins Glen.
Saini’s Round 6 victory at Autobahn will be broadcast on SPEED, August 18 at 2 p.m. (EDT). The series next travels to Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course for Round 7 on starting on August 7.
StopTech, the ultra-performance division of Centric Parts, is a leading innovator of world-class brake components and systems for production-based racing cars and high performance vehicles on the street and track. StopTech was the first to offer balanced brake upgrades for production cars and remains the worldwide leader with more than 700 platform offerings to dramatically improve overall braking performance. StopTech’s industry leading technologies and materials, from rock-solid calipers to ingeniously efficient heat-handling rotors, result in shorter stopping distances, better brake modulation, and less brake fade.
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