Can upgrading safety also improve comfort? | Project Endurance Race Miata

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Update by Tom Suddard to the Mazda Miata project car
Jul 22, 2022

Photography by Tom Suddard

We now had a running, driving LFX-swapped Miata–one with 281 horsepower at the wheels, in fact–but we weren’t quite ready for the track. The next item on our to-do list? Improve our safety gear. Let’s get to work.

I Seat What You Mean

The first item on our upgrade list? That race seat.

We’d previously been racing in a basic Kirkey aluminum …

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DaleCarter
DaleCarter GRM+ Memberand New Reader
7/30/22 12:34 a.m.

Moving from one of the nicer Kirkey seats to an ISP containment seat and higher quality harnesses spoiled me. Comfort and safety should make you quicker :-)

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