"Chana, you gotta risk it for the biscuit and 30 more kWs underneath the bonnet sounds just perfect to us."
The darling of the motoring world is the Mazda MX-5. Everyone loves it, from Jeremy Clarkson to your local hairdresser and for good reason. It's a natutally aspirated, 2-seater convertible sports car that's a very good drive, is very nice to look at and, for reasons Japanese, unbelievably reliable.
So, what were British tuning house, BBR, thinking when they took the world's golden child and made it more powerful? Powerful isn't always better after all (or so they say) so was there any point to it?
Well, here's what we say at GT MAG. Don't talk kuk! Chana, you gotta risk it for the biscuit and 30 more kWs underneath the bonnet sounds just perfect to us. Perfect indeed. Because, hear this, more power is always more good and that there is the GT truth of it. Write that down.