Archive For The “Mazda” Category

A Look at the 2014 Detroit Auto Show

By | January 22, 2014

One of the new things The Daily Derbi has put on our New Year’s Resolution is to cover the Auto Show season and bring you what we feel are the best highlights from each show.  While there is always hundreds of cars on display from nearly every manufacturer around the world and then those aftermarket […]

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Top Gear Destroys The Only Mazda Furai

By | September 10, 2013

Top Gear Magazine was recently driving the one off Mazda Furai for their upcoming 20th Anniversary issue when the car became engulfed in flames and destroyed.  Details on the incident are next to none so we have no clue as to what caused the Furai to spontaneously combust.  The Furai was unveiled at the 2008 […]

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In Photos: WinterX and iDrift 2013

By | March 22, 2013

Lap Battle Events and Innovative Garage hosted a pair of events last weekend at Miller Motorsports Park.  WinterX is an event held throughout the winter and is held no matter the weather and track conditions.  We usually just go to the last one which is a warmer to shoot at.  Call us pansies all you […]

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Driving Impressions: 2014 Mazda6

By | January 2, 2013

As many of you know, The Daily Derbi staff like Mazdas.  Chad Waite has owned a Miata and now drives a Skyactiv Mazda3 while I drive a V6 Mazda6.  We anxiously awaited the new Mazda6.  A few months ago, Mazda slowly and quietly revealed the 2014 Mazda6 on their Facebook page.  The more they revealed […]

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Weekend Wallpaper: #97 Matt Young Motorsports RX8

By | December 30, 2012

Competing in the Touring Car (TC) class of the Pirelli World Challenge is this Mazda RX8 owned by Matt Young Motorsports.  The mechanical aspect of the car remains largely the same as it rolled off the assembly line with the only modifications allowed are a unrestricted exhaust system, 4-piston front disc brakes, and coil overs […]

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Photo: I Drive A Really Small Car…

By | January 7, 2012

Miatas are small cars. Doubly so when parked in between two full-sized pickups.

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