The 2017 Miata Challenge season started with Silesia Ring and ended there as well. That gave us a good chance to compare, what yet another 6 months of racing gave us. Silesia Ring surroundings changed, for starters. When we were there in April, it was still a construction site as far as the
Debrzno is always the most chilled out and private round of MC series. Ex military airfield (surprise surprise), now called Rallyland is owned by Tomasz Kuchar - Polish rally driver. And as such, it serves mostly racing, rallying, motoring purposes, sometimes it even has a chance to welcome Felix Baumgartner and
This is what happens, when you get infected with MX-5 bacteria: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E0XVP47nbQs Step out of your comfort zone they said. And that is what happened to Miata Challenge 2017. After Silesia Ring event, everybody was hyped up and there was general feeling, that the previous formula for Ułęż trackday sort of just expired. That it actually has died. Miata
Silesia Ring opened in the fall of 2016, so it is pretty new, and actually - it's still being developed. The track itself is ready, but the rest of the infrastructure is under construction. But who cares about the infrastructure, when you have 3,6 kilometers of fresh tarmac, wide curves, gravel traps,
Miata Challenge, previously known as Miata miniChallenge, is a time attack racing and educational series taking place in Poland. It started in 2012, so it is pretty fresh and is constantly evolving and improving. What is constant, is the unique atmosphere - derived directly from the uniqueness of the Miata based community. "