Spec MX-5 Challenge has announced that owners of NC generation Mazda MX-5 Cup cars (sometimes known as "Playboy Cup cars") are eligible to run in the Challenge series. Tom Martin, director of the Spec MX-5 Challenge said "Mazda estimates that about 100 of NC generation MX-5 Cup cars were originally built and that many of them are still running in original trim. They are very similar to the Spec MX-5 and T4 cars that are currently eligible for the series, so we wanted to open things up to these important cars. Competition is king, after all."
Series entry fees, including tires, start at $1900 per event. Additional details of running NC MX-5 Cup cars are as follows:
The series kicks off the 2019 season in early May at Circuit of The Americas. This full race schedule is:
Each event is preceded by a practice day.
The application to run the season or individual events is here.
Questions can be addressed to [email protected]
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