|November 16, 2009 - I'm proud of this one.|
Grassroots Motorsports (GRM) magazine just celebrated their 25th anniversary, and as part of their big issue they named "Our 25 favorite cars from the last quarter century". It should be no surprise to GRM readers that the Miata topped the list. They also highlighted 10 milestone Miatas, "The most important examples of a very important car". And guess what one of them was?
Yup, the Targa Miata is in the company of SCCA National runoff winners, the very first Spec Miata and a winner of the 25 Hours of Thunderhill. One of the 10 chosen examples of GRM's most important car of the last 25 years. August company, and we're flattered to be included. As an added bonus, we're on the front of the GRM website.
If you're interested, GRM has released the issue in digital form for free. It's not just the print copy in PDF, it's got extra content such as video. In fact, you can watch us run the Clarenville stage as part of the Targa Miata mention. It's a beefy download but has lots of good reading and watching inside.
entry 720 - tags: grassroots, magazine
|May 1, 2010 - More magazine coverage!|
The June 2010 issue of Grassroots Motorsports has a good article on our Targa adventure. Not just the story of the race, but also some sidebars on how to survive your first performance rally, details on the car and what it's like to run an event like this with your spouse. Thanks to Grassroots for the attention!
If you'd like a free copy, they're happy to send you one. It's a good magazine, even the issues that don't have a mention of the Targa Miata in them.
Get a free copy
entry 755 - tags: magazine, grassroots, publicity
|February 26, 2012 - There's a two-page article about the Targa Miata in the March 2012 issue of Banzai magazine.|
It's basically the whole story of the car, from the initial build to the finish of the 2011 race as well as the 2011 fundraising. That's a lot to cover in two pages, but luckily the British use larger paper than in the US!
It might be a bit hard to find in North America, I'm not sure how well the magazine is distributed on this side of the pond. But it's worth a look.
entry 1018 - tags: magazine