Mazda Motorsports has earned the reputation for the most supportive company in grassroots road racing. Part of that reputation was earned by Mazda paying for performance, namely cash payout to club racers across the country.
The 2017 Mazda MX-5 Miata has been recognized as Cars.com’s 2017 Play Car of the Year in its annual awards program.
Drawing great interest for its award-winning cars and crossover SUVs, Mazda North American Operations has announced that it is the winner of four Buyer’s Choice Awards from Autobytel.com.
The Mazda Prototype team has unveiled the official liveries that the two Mazda RT24-P cars will carry in the 2017 IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship.
MNAO reported December U.S. sales of 28,754 vehicles, representing a decrease of 1.8 percent versus December of last year.
The two-car Mazda Prototype team has confirmed the driver lineup that will compete in the top category of the 2017 IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship.
Since 2007, Mazda Motorsports has provided nearly $15 million in driver development scholarships, ranging from the grassroots level of sports car racing to the top category of open-wheel racing in North America.