Abstract：Carbon fibre reinforced carbon and silicon carbide dual matrix composites (C/C-SiC) were fabricated by the combination of chemical vapor infiltration (CVI) with liquid silicon infiltration (LSI). The tribological behaviors of the C/C-SiC composite were investigated using an MM-1000 friction and wear tester, at different braking speeds under dry and machine oil lubricating conditions. The results indicate that the contact angle between C/C-SiC and distilled water is about 80.5°, which means the C/C-SiC are lipophilic materials. In the CD15W-40 diesel engine oil lubrication condition, with the brake speeds increasing from 3000r/min to 6000r/min, the coefficient of friction (COF) and linear wear of C/C-SiC reach the maximum value of 0.21μm/cycle and 1.1μm/cycle respectively, at 4000r/min. When the brake speeds are 5000r/min and 6000r/min, the COF and the linear wear are 0.17 and 0, respectively. C/C-SiC maintains a relatively high COF, smooth braking curves and lower wear rate in wet conditions, which can be used as candidate materials for wet clutch of new generation of construction machinery and heavy vehicles.