Hello Enquiring Mind,Hello juliano, this is clearly colloquial and "loose" speech - the sort of thing someone would say. but probably wouldn't write, because it's vague. Without seeing the rest of the text it's difficult to be sure. What is happening with the car when the speaker makes this remark? Is it going into a bend, and that's why he's braking? I think when the speaker says "it", he is referring to the car, not the brakes or the way the car brakes.
Braking is good (= the car brakes well). Well it goes around a little bit ... (Well, the car skids a bit (on bends)....?
Basically, you haven't given enough context for us to understand it properly.
Yes that's it... I listened the video in slow-motion, he says exactly that. The problem is they talk testing cars in a colloquial way and strong American accent, so yes it's not easy.The question has to be asked if it is the same rubbishy transcript of what is said in a gossipy shorthand and a very strong American accent, as for previous threads. In which case it may not even be what is written down before you.
If I'm right I have the feeling you are fighting a lost battle!