Taking center stage is the funky new 2011 Mazda2, which is on display in two very different flavors: the Mazda2 Evil Track and Mazda2 Street. They are joined by a hardcore racing version of the Mazda MX-5 roadster and the MX-5 Cup Car, the latter being the most road-raced car in the world. Some of the modifications for the track inspired MX-5 include a supercharged Cosworth engine, a hard-top roof in place of the convertible soft-top and a stripped out the interior to accommodate a full roll cage.
Also on show are two different Mazda3 sedans, as well as the Grand-Am GT Mazda RX-8. The SpeedSource Grand Am GT Mazda RX-8 is based on a tube-frame chassis jointly developed by SpeedSource and Riley Technologies, and powered by Mazda's three-rotor 20B Renesis rotary engine--a significantly more powerful unit than the smaller 13B engine used in the regular RX-8 sports car.
Hit page two to get a complete run down of each car.