The company played an important role in the preparation of Supercars teams ahead of the 2023 season opener

Pedders Suspension and Brakes has a long and rich history in Australian motorsport, and is a long-term partner of the Supercars Championship.
The company’s expertise in suspension and braking systems has made it an integral part of the motorsport community, and it says its partnership with the Supercars Championship is a testament to that.
Since 2020, Pedders has been the Official Suspension Partner of the Supercars Championship as all teams race on the Pedders By SupaShock control shock absorber.
The control shock absorber has been praised for its superior handling and performance, and has helped teams achieve better handling in tough motorsport conditions.
In 2023, Pedders took its involvement in the Supercars Championship to the next level by becoming the Gen3 Official Control Spring supplier to the Championship.
This involved supplying each Supercar with eight springs for each of the 17 different spring rates, totalling 136 springs per car.
The amount of high tensile spring steel used in the process was approximately eight tonnes, and if you straightened the springs out and laid them end to end, they would stretch over two kilometres.
Rigorous testing in partnership with the Supercars technical department ensured there were no discrepancies between spring rates, as even small differences of one to two degrees can cause a significant effect in highly tuned and engineered race cars like the Gen3 Camaro and Mustang Supercars.
Before the season commenced in Newcastle across March 10-12, all teams completed shakedowns and pre-season tests, including the Pedders-supported Erebus Motorsport, with drivers Will Brown and Brodie Kostecki reportedly extremely impressed by the new-look cars.
“Pedders Suspension and Brakes has a proud history in Supercars racing, and our continued partnership with the Championship as the Official Suspension Partner and Gen3 Control Spring Supplier is a testament to our expertise and commitment to the sport,” Pedders Suspension and Brakes Managing Director, Scott Pedder, said.
“Pedders involvement in the championship has helped teams achieve success on the track, and our intensive testing and Australian manufacturing processes ensure that each car is equipped with the best suspension available.”

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