Ceramic braking systems are used in modern technology braking systems from racetracks to everyday cars. Ceramic braking systems are made of ceramic components that are strong, lightweight, and durable, and they are widely used in the automobile industry. Ceramic brake pads, which are made of ceramic compounds and fibers made of copper replacing semi-metallic alloy pads with steel fibers, are strong lightweight and durable. They provide excellent braking capability even when handling high performance temperatures with lesser heat fade, faster recovery after every brake application. It generates less dust and reduces wear on both the brake pads and rotors. The ability to dampen the harsh noises helps in reducing much of the noise associated with the engagement of semi-metallic pads with a hard metal surface of the rotor during the application of brakes. Ceramic brake pads have capability of the ceramic compounds to dampen noise while application of brakes during high performance as they generate frequencies beyond human hearing range. Ceramic brakes offer excellent braking ability, and it performs extremely well under heavy driving conditions. Ceramic braking systems are used majorly for high performance driven car-braking systems. Ceramic pads have been tested and they exceed original equipment standards in many aspects such as durability, stopping power and noise. Ceramic compounds have extended brake life compared to most of the materials used in other braking by a significant margin. This has been confirmed by scientific tests as well. Most of the modern technology braking systems employ ceramic brake pads, as they are the newest advancement in the automotive industry. Ceramic pads deliver better performance than the conventional brake pads in every aspect. The properties of lightweight, cleaner and the ability of quieter braking make it much more efficient as opposed to conventional braking system pads. Ceramic pads can cost a tad bit more than the regular conventional brake pads or even the semi-metallic alternatives. However, they make up significantly more for the cost by providing the capability of good braking. Ceramic braking systems are now days offered in most modern cars.