High-Temperature Brake Fluid

If you're headed to the road-race track, do yourself a favor and use a brake fluid that can better stand up to the intense heat of racing.

Always bleed you brakes before doing any kind of race driving. Change your brake fluid once a year, and more if you are using the car at the track. Brake fluid absorbs water over time, and water boils easily, rendering your brakes weak and mushy. New fluid will return them to rock-solid.