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Spec Miata/Racing


THE CLASS:The Spec Miata (SM) class is intended to provide the opportunity to compete in low-cost cars with limited modifications, suitable for racing competition. It is intended to encourage low cost, entry level, production car based competition. Spec Miata currently races both sprints and enduros where available.Mazda Miatas in model years 1990 through 1993 with 1600 cc engines, model years 1994 through 1997 with 1800 cc engines, and model years 1999 through 2005 with 1800 cc engines have been approved by the SCCA for Regional racing in all divisions of the SCCA. The class was approved for National SCCA racing beginning in the 2006 racing season.As its name shows, Spec Miata is a 'specified' class. This means that the rules for allowable modifications to the car are very strict. The class intends to put drivers on a very even footing by making their cars as identical as possible. Because of the support of Mazda through Mazdaspeed Motorsports Development, the wide availability of the car on the used market, plentiful and inexpensive parts, and the simplicity of maintenance on the cars, Spec Miata has become a very popular class.By using a specified rule set, Spec Miata has taken the guesswork out of deciding which parts are best to use while deterring competitors from 'outspending' each other. For example, competitors have no choice of what types of tires, springs, shocks, sway bars are allowed. Modifications are extremely limited to the drive train and the different model years are equalized through weight limits and throttle restrictors.              



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2019 Race Schedule




Planet Miata Winter Tour 2019



At Track Parts Pickup

Need a part and are going to the same race as we are?  Call us and we'll save you on the shipping!

We've helped hundreds of racers save money over the years by providing this convenient 'At The Track' parts pickup service.  Simply call and order your parts ahead of time and we'll deliver them on our truck, saving you the shipping charge!  This can help you save loads of money, especially on engines, transmissions, and large body parts. 

Unexpected repairs needed at the track?  Come see us at the Planet Miata trailer!  We stock pratically everything for your 1990-2005 Spec Miata.  From complete engines and transmissions to the smallest sensor, we'll have it right there at the track.


 2019 race/track day schedule

January 3-6  SCCA Majors Homestead 

January 10-13  SCCA Majors Sebring (Hoosier Super Tour)

Feb 8-10 SCCA Reg'l Sebring

Mar 8-10 SCCA Reg'l VIR

Mar 14-17  SCCA Majors Road Atlanta (Hoosier Super Tout)

Mar 28-31 SVRA Road Atlanta

April 6-7 SCCA Reg'l Summit Point 

April 11-14 SCCA Majors VIR (Hoosier Super Tour) 

Aplril 27-28 SCCA Majors Summit Point

May 3 MMC Q Miata race 

May 11-12  SCCA Majors Pittrace

MMC Member challenge (11th) 

May 16-19 SVRA Road America

MMC Q Miata race (19th) 

May 25th MMC Invt'l Enduro 

May 30-Jun 2 SCCA Reg'l NJMP (1-2)

MMC Q Miata race (2nd) 

Jun 13-16 SCCA Reg'l Summit Point (15-16) 

Jun 20-23 SVRA Mid Ohio

MMC Q Miata race (23rd)

Jun 29th  MMC Member challenge 

July 5th MMC Q Miata race 

July 6-7 SCCA Reg'l Watkins Glen 

July 20-21 SCCA Majors NJMP

July 26th MMC Q Miata race 

July 27-28 SCCA Reg'l Summit  

Aug 3-4 SCCA Reg'l Mid O 

 MMC Member challenge (3rd) 

Aug 10-11 SCCA Reg'l NJMP 

MMC Miata Q race (11th) 

Aug 24th  MMC Member challenge 

Aug 31-Sept 2 SCCA Reg'l Summit 

Sept 6 MMC Miata Q race 

Sept 19-22 SVRA VIR

MMC Miata Q race (22nd) 

Sept 28-29 SCCA Reg'l Summit 

Oct 4-13 SCCA Runoffs VIR 

Oct 18th MMC Miata Q race 

Oct 26-27 SCCA Reg' Pittrace