It's Called Mazda Raceway for a Reason

It's Called Mazda Raceway for a Reason

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It's Called Mazda Raceway for a Reason

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Mazda podium sweep in Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge and the largest MX-5 Cup race highlight the weekend.

The 2.2-mile racetrack just outside Monterey, Calif., city limits has carried the name Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca since 2000. But this weekend it was more like Mazda MX-5 Raceway. On Saturday afternoon, U.S. Marine Staff Sgt. Liam Dwyer and his teammate Andrew Carbonell grabbed victory in the ST category of the Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge (CTSCC) in their MX-5 racecar. This was the fifth-consecutive victory at Mazda Raceway for Freedom Autosport, whose Mazda MX-5 cars finished first and second. Carbonell passed leader Tom Long just two turns from the end of the final lap to take the checkered flag…

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