Mazda Philippines has successfully concluded the first round of the inaugural MSCC Miata Spec Series back in June. During the event, 20 track-ready MX-5s raced to the finish at the Clark International Speedway.
Allan Uy in car number 99 ended Race 1 as the winner with a 4.455sec lead over second-placer Paul Henderson Perez in car number 77. Third place was Angie King in car number 12.
For Race 2, Uy still bagged the victory with a 2.047sec lead over King and eventual third-placer Juha Turalba in car number 8. The fastest lap of the day also went to Uy with a 2min19.125sec lap time with an average speed of 108.68kph.
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“This is a dream come true not just for us at Mazda Philippines, but for the Manila Sports Car Club (MSCC) as well,” shares Mazda Philippines president and CEO Steven Tan. “It was a long time coming, and it’s the result of our blood, sweat, and tears. It’s truly a passion project, and I’m glad that MSCC members were able to celebrate driving with the most-raced car in the world—the MX-5.”
Races 3 and 4 will be held on August 27, 4 and 5 on October 22, and 7 and 8 on November 26. All races will be held in Clark. If you want to read more about the MX-5 Cup car being driven in this year’s championship, check out this previous story.
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