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PCX, it is a right of yours to believe/presume whatever you want that plus finding things hard to believe will not in the slightest way effect what I said, will repeat, different brakes (makes) will need different cooling requirements/configurations and that will in turn require a different approach to aero and car set up.
The manufacturers of braking systems and parts used in F1 are few, the rules regulates the diameter and thickness of brake discs, the number of pistons a brake calliper can have, a system can and usually uses different makes of callipers and discs/pads combination which help confuse the minds of people jumping head first into a technical subject.
Callipers used, FERRARI, Mercedes use Brembo, mclaren uses Acobano.
Brake discs and pads combinations that are used, Hitco, CI, Brembo.
Brembo supplied discs specific to the Canadian track having 1000 cooling holes.