via Car Buzz
If you want a solid roof over your head, you either need need to opt for the MX-5 RF or get into racing.
During our previous drive of the MX-5 RF, Mazda engineers were quick to point out what any self-respecting gearhead knows: that the Miata is a car intended to make the driver feel as if butterflies were fluttering in their stomach, not lap the Nurburgring more quickly. Still, that doesn’t change the fact that Mazda sells a racing version of the Miata called the MX-5 Global Cup race car. The only problem is that the race car only came in open-top roadster format. Read More