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No Roadster / Miata / MX-5 website would be complete without a link to miata.net, one of the biggest (if not the biggest?) Miata website.
Keith Tanner's website is also worth a look, especially if you're into stripey Mazdas, like him!
Here's an interesting page on the Mazdaspeed B Spec Roadster, the first official supercharged Roadster from Mazda in Japan.
SoloMiata is an interesting collection of information from people who Autocross their Miatas in the USA. Autocrossing is basically racing against the clock in controlled conditions. It's kind of like the UK trackday scene, but with a competitive spirit.
If you want to find out the history of the Roadster's engine, then this link is for you.
It's a strange thing, but so far I don't feel any great passion for the Mazda brand. Yes, the car has character and does its job, but I don't think that I'd go rushing out to buy another Mazda on the strength of the Roadster. Sad but true! Here's the link to Mazda's webpage in case you're interested...
I couldn't resist sharing this with you. I'm sure they look much better in real life, and the photos don't do them justice. Yeah right!
So far, I've only used www.mx5parts.co.uk, who seem pretty switched on and efficient. There's also Donutz, Moss and Eunosverse to name a few of the UK suppliers.
I kind of wish I lived in the USA, because of all the Miata shops there are, plus the States are so much cheaper than rip-off Britain. Flyin' Miata seems to be all the rage at the moment, and their knowledge of turbo'ing Miatas looks very impressive.