2014 Spec Miata SCCA Runoffs Driver's Eye - Full Race
Watch this driver's eye view of the 2014 SCCA Spec Miata National Championship Runoffs. I only had four weekends under my belt in 2014 and had never raced at Mazda Raceway. I managed to qualify 10th and charge to 5th by the end of the race. As many of you know, the infamous head protest swallowed any hopes of keeping an official 5th place finish. I did manage to capture the GoPro hero move of the race award for a combination of my late brake pass on Craig Berry (8:47), Corkscrew pass on Jim Drago (10:05), and Zenardi style crossover on Craig Berry on the last lap (35:02).
Ti-SPEED Spec Miata Engine Teardown Documentary
A fully documented teardown video of the winning Spec Miata car's engine from the SCCA Majors race at Sebring, January 2015
2011 Spec Miata Highlight Reel
A highlight reel of some of the more exciting moments during the 2011 SCCA Mazda Spec Miata season. This was our first year racing sports cars and we had a great season amassing multiple wins, a track record, and the CACC Sports Car Rookie of the Year honors. 2012 will mark new beginnings as we are focused on drifting, obtaining our PRO Formula Drift license. Come along for the ride - www.brodygoble.com
Race car driver heel-toe & footwork - Spec Miata
Click here to see how the race went that weekend: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UXYq6Yg4Tjs My footwork in the Spec Miata race car at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca. The car is prepared by Ed Railton and Premier Auto Service. This footage was taken at the end of a long test day, during which I seriously burned off my tires. As a result it was hard to get a 1:51 lap time, which is about 2-3 seconds slower than it should have been. I did mid-1:48s when I got fresher rubber. In the video I'm feathering the throttle more than usual. You'll notice the shift from 2nd to 3rd is slower. The 3rd gear synchro is weak in first generation Miatas, and if you shift too fast it hurts the gear. You'll also notice copious left-foot braking in turns 3 and 10. I start the video during braking for turn 11. I was surprised I could find a spot for the Contour down there, but it's got a lot of mounting options and it was pretty simple to get a good angle. Some quick settings changes on the lap top and it was good to go. I like watching the dirt in the footwell shooting back and forth. With nearly 1.5 G, it's like upending a bucket.