Sorry to put flies in ointments but the sort of braking you are discussing should be confined to the track and not necessary on the road. I agree that a braking system should always be in top fettle though.
What, really?! I appreciate the sentiment, but I can think of any number of scenarios where improvements over ANY manufacturers brakes ( with the possible exception of Mercedes, whose brakes are quite simply, ridiculously effective) might save you, your passengers or a pedestrian from injury or worse. ALL car makers build to a budget, and that includes their brake systems. Unless you use your car to travel only in heavy traffic (and if you are, why?)and in built up areas (30 and 20 mph speed limits), your discs, pads, hoses and fluid have to absorb a fantastic amount of energy, both stored and kinetic in order to halt your Vehicle. Anticipation is one thing, but the unforeseen, such as runaway horses, stray dogs/ cats, foreign HGV drivers ( and the occasional domestic maniac), blind corners with jackknifed caravans beyond, our own fellow road users using the force, rather than their eyes, deer, badgers, unpredictable drunks randomly stepping off the pavement, cyclists who think lights at night are merely advisory....I could go on. So I will: motorcyclists who only think' bike', never car, aircraft making emergency landing on roads (stop laughing; this has happened and undoubtedly will again), lunatics walking the wrong way up a dual carriageway ( my own personal favourite...!), druggies, drunk drivers, terrorist bombs detonating, vans shedding loads.... In a funny way you are both 100% right, and yet... The worst kind of wrong. This is the world in which we live. He who stops. LIVES. Necessary? I should coco...
Goodness me, didn't realise I felt so strongly about this ' till I started typing!
This is the Captain...roger and out!