Initial orders are being accepted for the $53,000 ready-to-race 2016 MX-5 Miata.

2016 MX-5 Cup Updates Here

E Production RX-7 racer has helped a lot of people get into racing, and stay in racing, thanks to his desire to share th...


Connecting rod set for 1.6- and 1.8-liter Miata engines is lighter than stock.

What's New

  • Finding a Weakness

    Your competitor is not going to make passing an easy task for you. But he or she has a weakness, and it’s up to you to find it and exploit it.

  • Spec Miata: Introduction

    This week is primarily dedicated to Spec Miata: Why buy and race one; the differences between the different generation Spec Miatas; how to set up yours for the race track, and more.

  • Mazda Factory Driver: Andrew Carbonell

    As a factory driver for Mazda Motorsports, Andrew Carbonell balances his performance both on- and off-track.

  • Stay Mentally Sharp

    It's easy to get out of racing mode in the off season. Finding ways to keep your brain engaged will have you ready when your next race rolls around.

  • Spirit of Mazda: Joey Jordan

    Winning four races in five starts is about as close to the Spirit of Mazda principle “Flawless Execution” as it gets.

  • Video: Mike Iler's First Race

    Mike Iler won the Driver Enough Challenge, a contest put on by BFGoodrich Tires and TEN: The Enthusiast Network. His journey culminated in competing in the Skip Barber MAZDASPEED Pro Challenge at Road Atlanta.


    Oil leaks are some of the most frustrating maintenance problems. Fortunately, they are also often easy to repair or prevent.

  • Video: Mike Iler Goes to School

    The next step in Mike Iler's journey as part of the Driver Enough Challenge is the Skip Barber Racing School at Road Atlanta for instruction with Terry Earwood.


    The cooling system of any race car is vital to your engine's performance and longevity. A few simple maintenance items can keep it performing like it should.

  • How to Use a Spotter

    Having an eye in the sky can keep a driver focused on the matter at hand and not worrying about things that aren't important at that moment.