Hey guys, I was doing a search for an endurance brake application, but it seemed all the information was scattered. I'll update this main post here to keep information throughout this thread relevant. The problem: My Fiesta ST just ticked 3,200 miles and the stock brakes are already shot. I was getting severe rotor vibration when braking from any high speed. I think they are warped. The car is borderline scary to drive. I took the car to the dealer to see what was up (maybe it was brake malfunction or a bad factory part) and they tell me my front rotors, pads, and tires are cooked. I still think I have another 1,500 miles out of the tires but that is besides the point. Note that I only drive the car with the traction fully off as to best prevent the computers from applying brakes during turns and other situations when I am not on the brakes themselves. I know that Ford Racing makes an ABS control module override. I come from German racing cars and am not familiar with US/ Ford aftermarket endurance brake products. The companies that I normally use for my Porsche endurance brakes don't make products for my Fiesta ST. I'm not looking for autoX brakes or casual track day brakes, nor do I need to abide by any racing rules or classes. I am looking for an endurance racing brake setup that will be able to withstand at least 1.5 hours of constant hard driving. 1. Castrol SRF racing fluid 2. SS lines 3. Does anyone make brake duct kits? I'm sure they do since these are often used for rally. Wouldn't mind making my own out of the fog light area. 4. Rotors that can take and dissipate heat (cross drilled preferably) 5. Endurance friction pad. I use Pagid yellow RS-29's on my Porsche, which was the same pad they use in 24-hour racing, would LOVE an equal replacement. 6. We can add any other recommendations. Any good sources on this subject? Or shops in the US who have created Fiesta ST track cars and raced them? I've found a few European sites such as: http://www.focusrsparts.co.uk/ford-fiesta-st-mk3/cat_288.html (model 2013, problem? I think there are variances between the US and Euro design, perhaps mounting of hardware is not the same?) I appreciate all input. And especially input from people who have tried, tested, and used braking components for a long season.