|May 7, 2008 - There's an excellent article in the latest Grassroots Motorsports.|
It compares a pro-built Spec Miata against a couple of amateur cars. Great stuff - but what caught my eye is that the pro-built car has the exact same traction problem coming out of corners that mine does. It's played up as a positive ("it helps the car rotate") but it's probably worth noting the pro driver was faster in an amateur car without the problem. The interesting thing here is that these cars should all be running the same components, from bushings to shock valving. Hmm. Could it be a problem with an individual differential?