A reminder you don't need 1340 horsepower to go fast.
Cornering isn't the only thing Miatas are good for.
If you live in Japan.
Mazda's racing-spec MX-5 uses the same 155-hp engine as the roadgoing Miata, but there are plenty of differences between the two.
Mazda's business case for the MX-5 includes profits from selling replacement parts to amateur racers who smash up their Miatas.
The Garage Woolery Miata is a legend among NA enthusiasts. Matt Farah tells you what it's actually like behind the wheel.
Miatas might be great on the track, but they look just as fun driving through a pool of mud.
When Winter Storm Stella aimed a blizzard at New York City, we didn't tell the hardtop Miata to stay home.
Teen Mazda Challenge driver Joey Jordan can wheel.
The Mazda Miata Heritage Cup is open to 1990-1993 1.6-liter Miatas.
These are our sort of SEMA cars.
Loyal Mazda customers have been invited to place the very first orders for the 2017 Miata MX-5 with the retractable hardtop.
Carfection tests the new ND Miata against the first-generation NA Miata to see if it's really worth the premium.
You can have it any color you like, as long as it's gray.
Keith Tanner gives us the scoop on how Flyin' Miata fit a 6.3-liter GM LS3 under a 2016 MX-5 Miata's hood.
And it weighs almost exactly the same as a stock 2016 Miata.
And a lighter Miata could mean a smaller engine.
A 120-horsepower Miata sticks to a 580-horsepower 911 Turbo S like glue, proving once again that it's all about the driver.