Torque converters are a great invention.
My BRZ paint got delayed another week, and my rental is a Camry. I’ve been driving my track Miata almost everywhere and there are ~30 days until my next track event. I’m having withdrawals. Post your track photos to help me get through the next month.
Because hot damn, 10/10! Would daily, roadtrip, and autocross.
The shortest of very cheap eBay antennas arrived over the weekend and I turned it in to unnecessary work.
A friend’s Miata was involved in a crash last week, so I did the honorable thing and stripped out all the useful parts I could get my hands on before he sent it to the junker.
Put on 30k miles in one year and two days. To celebrate the first time I’ve gone a whole year without breaking down I did a little donut.
Spent a grand total of twenty-eight cents. Just one of many I suspect I will acquire since I have an antenna - even if it is short.
I ordered a super stubby antenna for the Miata (1.5" short). I am a Sat radio person and FM reception is irrelevant for me. However, now that I’m thinking about it, am I missing out on an opportunity to have a ridiculous antenna topper? Would a topper work on a one and half inch antenna?
I got to drive my friend’s NA Miata last week. It was awesome. However, I finally figured out what “MIATA” stands for. MR2 Is Actually The Answer.
Completely stock (except wheels) NA Miata goes racing! I spent 4 months rebuilding this Miata to running and driving condition and finally got to take it to Motorsport Ranch for an SCCA Track Night.
It’s always the answer
If you didn’t know, I run the @Boring.Cars instagram account and I know you know/love the Twingo from autoplush. I’ve teamed up with him to offer a discount on the newly released Fiat and Miata plushies. So if you didn’t get one already or just really need to expand your collection, now is a good time to do it.
He’s 12 and talking about engine swaps. Love this dude! And my son, too.
I’m pretty selective when it comes to parts for my roadster. I only select the best I can afford. When I saw this new wheel manufacturer: Renown, my mind went to the now classic 787b. The 4 rotor LeMans monster. Now the Renown that sponsored the 787b was a Japanese clothing manufacturer, but none the less, I felt I…
Hi oppo, long time lurker, 3rd time poster here,
A completely unplanned solo hike to the top of Mt. Rainier. Full disclosure, I didn’t make it to the summit. However, I did safely(ish) make it back down to the bottom with some damn good stories. Sharing a sunset with a goat 9000' up the tallest peak in the continental US surely qualifies.
A short photo dump to commemorate
...so enjoy it while you can.
Im at the Portland GP this weekend and the Global MX-5 Cup was one of the support races.