As a whole, the braking system offers various alternatives for modifications. One of the main ones concerns the materials used for the pads. There is no universal solution here, either: certain manufacturers (Tony Kart, for example) prefer to offer a single type of pad, optimised so that it provides the best possible response under different conditions. On the contrary, in the latest round of approvals IPK introduced 4 different pads, the friction materials of which vary to offer the most suitable response according to the driving style or the grip of the tarmac. The soft pad, which is green, is made using the softest friction material. It allows more aggressive braking with little pressure on the brake pedal; however, it also wears faster. The medium-soft pad, which is red, is new and created specifically for the latest braking system to be approved. Mounted as standard on IPK Group chassis, it is considered the best "default" choice by works Racing Team drivers, too. The medium pad, which is black, is mid-way between medium-soft and hard: it allows immediate, but at the same time modulated braking, depending on the bend. Lastly, the hard pad, which is blue, is made using the hardest friction material: its is recommended for drivers who are after gentle braking or for those who exert a lot of pressure on the brake pedal.