My experience: Tracked my 458 at Sebring (had racing pads, high temp fluid, bled brakes, car track prepped at FoTB) and ran the car with TC and ESC off. I would over heat the brakes (both boil the fluid and get a soft pedal into turn 7 and 10) and also got brake rotor overheat alarm. After 3 (separate) track days the CCM were shot (only 8% wear but as mentioned the surface changed and became overly rough and would wear down pads very quickly). Note car was track prepped at the dealer before each track day. Long story short I needed to buy new CCMs. The culprit is the brake duct cooling (airflow) to the rotors is insufficient for extreme braking at a track that puts big demands on the brakes. Note: even at a easy-on-the-car-track like Palm Beach Int'l (PBIR) I would get the brake overheating alarm to come on and would have to do cool down laps before continuing hard. (disclaimer this is after tracking at Sebring a couple times and likely by that time the rotors were likely already damaged/overly rough from heat damage). If you track at other tracks that aren't as demanding on the brakes, arent quite as extreme in your braking, or perhaps if it is not in FL during the heat, it may not happen to you. I was in the heat of FL, at a track that has some heavy braking zones. I will qualify it with I was braking as hard as you can at the limit.