MAZDASPEED began in 1967 as a grass-roots racing team dedicated to turning Mazda production vehicles into racing cars. Today, MAZDASPEED Motorsports Development still concentrates its focus on grass-roots racing, while amateur and professional drivers throughout the racing scene select Mazdas as their best chance at victory. From SCCA Solo events to Speed World Challenge Touring Cars to the Star Mazda open-wheel series to the Grand-Am GT series, here is your best source for the latest in the vast world of Mazda racing.
The 2012 race season was both challenging and rewarding as Mazda and MAZDASPEED did more than its fair share of celebrating in victory lane. The future is bright as 2013 is lining up to be another year of full-throttle madness on the track and MAZDASPEED Motorsports looks to be in the thick of it. But before looking forward let's reflect on the racers, races and race series that made 2012 so special.
Dyson Racing ended the 10-race 2012 American Le Mans Series season on a high note taking the class win at the prestigious Petit Le Mans Powered by Mazda. Drivers Chris Dyson, Guy Smith and Steven Kane maximized the potential of the P1-class #16 Mazda-powered ModSpace/Thetford entry as the trio towered above the competition at Road Atlanta.
Performance is a hallmark of the Mazda experience, and it's put to the test every weekend at racetracks and autocross tracks by racers and enthusiasts across the nation.
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