Comprised of Spec Miatas, the SVRA Miata Heritage Cup will compete next at Road America May 13-16 and then at Lime Rock Park Memorial Day Weekend, May 27-31. To view the entire SVRA schedule, click here.
Road America is known for action-packed races thanks in part to three long straightaways leading to great passing zones (turns 1, 5 and 12). To see the provisional event schedule, click here. Register on SVRA.com.
If a track was made for a car, or vice versa, it would be Lime Rock and the Miata. In open class racing, the Miata has been nearly unbeatable due to its braking and handling strengths on this 1.5-mi, seven-corner course. For this event, all SVRA classes are invited, but, this year, Mazda is being celebrated as the Featured Marquee. For more about the event, click here.
In addition to great racing, there will be quite a bit going on at the track, including infield exhibits, track touring, vendor row and entertainment, not to mention Live Streaming.
About SVRA: Sportscar Vintage Racing Association (“SVRA”) is the premier vintage racing organization in the United States. Founded in 1978, SVRA has grown steadily to 2,500 active members with a database of over 11,000 race cars. Race weekends in 2020 take place at some of the finest racing venues in the United States, including: the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca, Lime Rock Park, Sebring Raceway, Road America, Watkins Glen International, Road Atlanta, the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, Portland International Raceway, Auto Club Speedway, and Virginia International Raceway (VIR). In 2013, SVRA hosted the first U.S. Vintage Racing National Championships at the Circuit of the Americas (COTA) in Austin, Texas—a tradition it continues today. Further information on SVRA, a complete annual schedule, and entry lists can be found on the SVRA website. Be sure to check our Facebook page and YouTube channel, which currently boast a library of over 300 action-packed event videos, or follow us on Twitter and Instagram.