The owner of this car made it out of the fire. He also returned to his flaming car to get a beer. I hope that gives you an idea about how truly special this burnout is.
Yeah, so this is terrifying. Watch how fast a fuel leak in Ben Waddell’s Miata turns the car into a cage of fire.
I don’t even want to try to parse out who was at fault for this wreck. That’s not really the point.
There are two kinds of oversteer: there’s the kind that’s fun and there’s the kind that signals Code Brown.
There’s a little trick in that picture above, a bit of a fudge with the new Mazda Miata’s GPS that sort of explains the whole ethos of the car.
Looking for the accessory power outlet in the new 2016 Mazda Miata? Bahahahahaha you’ll never find it!
I spotted these folks over at Hyperfest at VIR a little while back. There’s a rollcage, an LS-something V8, and at least several body panels from a Mazda Miata.
It’s a Mazda Miata chained to a ranchero-ized Ford Festiva pickup for a round of tug of war. Who will win?
After months of building and shipping and waiting, it’s finally here — this is the 1000+ horsepower four-rotor Mazda Miata drift car. It came from New Zealand and now it’s set to enter into America’s Formula Drift.
Not only is this Renesis rotary-powered NA Mazda Miata the only one in the world, but was part of an actual legally binding contract and hurdle for C.J. Wilson to purchase another Mazda dealership. This is how it came to fruition.
Miatas are happy cars! Look at this one jumping with joy!
Now this is how you break your arm in style.
I can now tell you that the 2016 Mazda Miata will have four-lug wheels! This is the only leak of the 2016 Mazda Miata, and, uh, it's pretty threadbare.
As I write this, two cars sit outside my apartment building. I own both of them, and neither one will start. So I'm here to explain why the Mazda Miata is so great.
They're three-wide down the Hanger Straight at Silverstone, and one Mazda MX5 Cup racer pull up closer and, well, see for yourself.
This is what a 360 spin right next to a wall on a trackday looks like. Good thing this video isn't in smell-o-vision.
This dude at the Desoto Drift event last weekend was absolutely thrashing his '94 Miata. How do I know? Because he rolled the car.
This is the 8-Bit Miata. It doesn't just look like it's from a video game, the whole thing was worked up and practiced on in the virtual world. Here's how it all happened.
Four-wheel-drive hatchbacks are for rallies and rear-drive sports cars are for the track. FALSE: Rally Miata!