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English Language Version of Mazda Supporters Site MZ Racing Goes Online

Jan 25, 2010

URL: http://www.mzracing.jp/en/

MZ Racing was fully launched in December 24, 2009, and now the English version has been launched to respond to the demands of European and American readers, Mazda readers and interested parties at the centre of the Mazda world.


MZ Racing was fully launched in December 24, 2009, and now the English version has been launched to respond to the demands of European and American readers, Mazda readers and interested parties at the centre of the Mazda world.


Since the publication of MZ Racing, many Mazda users and those interested in Mazda have viewed the site, with the number of visitors greatly increasing since launch. And it hasn’t only been visitors in Japan, the number of internationally-based viewers of the site has also gradually increased.


In order to satisfy the demands of overseas viewers who are looking for more than just photo galleries, and in particular want to read the site’s articles, the English language version of the site has been set up – both to reach a wider audience, and to provide support for Mazda’s motorsports activities throughout the world.


The current issue features articles including the “Enjoy Racing the Demio CVT,” about the Demio Race at the Fuji Champion Race, the “Championship Glory by just 0.4 seconds,” detailing the RE Amemiya RX-7 in the domestic SUPER GT series, and the “Dream of driving from Macau to the Continent” about the Knight Sports RX-8 competing at the Macau Grand Prix. Plus a variety of special feature articles which demanded to be translated into English


Furthermore, correspondents have been dispatched to cover the “Daytona 24 Hours,” to be held at the Daytona International Speedway in Florida, USA, on January 30 and 31. It is expected that correspondents will send back reports with photographs and animation.

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