What: 1994 Miata Race Car Where: NorCal How Much: $12,500 Selling Point: Built for ITA What Else: Just needs tires This Miata looks like...
What: Mazda MX-5 Race Car Where: Texas How Much: $28,500 OBO Selling Point: Ready to race PWC What Else: Refreshed motor Pirelli World Challenge...
We’d love to find out what it feels like to wind this baby out with flames shooting just inches from our heads.
At just over $8k, this is just about the cheapest way imaginable to get into competitive, wheel-to-wheel racing.
Seasbiscuit is still available, and you can grab her just in time for the 2016 SuperMiata season.
The SuperMiata series is perfect for a racer looking for maximum seat time per dollar.
This car is nicely developed and comes with a single axle trailer and two sets of forged Motegi wheels.
Here’s a nicely built 1.6 Spec Miata for sale in the Los Angeles area that comes with a current SCCA log book and a handful of spares.