When Mazda introduced the original MX-5 Miata in 1989, the engineers, designers and product planners couldn’t have had an idea just how successful it would become as a racecar.
As a company, Mazda believes that driving matters, and racing fans should be able to see and experience these legendary machines in action.
To be successful you need a lot of skill, a little bit of luck and nearly superhuman determination. Cresci has all three, and he’s ready to take on the challenge.
In the Battery Tender Global MX-5 Cup presented by BFGoodrich Tires paddock at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, many of the racers could not even recall a single race weekend where their dad, and mom, were not present. We gathered up a few of them in Gasoline Alley to hear their thoughts about family and Father’s Day.
Thunderhill is an adventure like no other, but the day-long competition is much more than a bonding exercise. Preparing the racecars by hand and then racing them helps Mazda improve the cars they offer for sale to the public.
The RT24-P prototype race car is not only a 200-mph rocket on wheels, but is also instantly recognizable as a Mazda because of KODO—Soul of Motion design.
Mazda Motorsports developed a program in 2014 that uses the excitement of Mazda racing to inspire and educate high school students about the various career paths they can choose from by studying the STEM disciplines.
Since the Battery Tender Global MX-5 Cup presented by BFGoodrich Tires, will be racing on Father's Day, at Road America, we asked a few of the racers to describe their dad in one word.
The Mazda Road to Indy is the most comprehensive and successful open-wheel racing driver development program in the world. In the 100th-running of the Indianapolis 500, 24 (of the 33) drivers have graduated from the Mazda Road to Indy.