$25.00 per person
Presentations/Panel Discussion with the Core Original Miata Design Team, and:
HPDE TRACK DAY PASSENGER RIDES
SATURDAY & SUNDAY
SATURDAY & SUNDAY
BAMA SUNDAY CRUISE
FRIDAY AFTERNOON/EVENING AT THE TRACK
Click on the red "REGISTER" button at the top right
of the page & follow the prompts for General Admission.
There are unlimited General Admission tickets available.
THE BIG RAFFLE
Benefitting Speedway Children’s Charities of Sonoma
We’ll hold the Big Raffle drawing in front of Event Central at 5:45pm on Saturday (must be present to win). The Sponsor or Vendor who donated the prize will be the actual one to draw the ticket, so people will receive their prize and get a photo with the donating Sponsor or Vendor.
The Miata Reunion is donating one HPDE Track Day for next year (your choice of run group, either Saturday or Sunday.)
Flyin’ Miata: A set of their exclusive Kogeki wheels, in the form of a certificate on-site, and shipping the winner’s appropriate chosen wheels.
Moss Miata: A set of their Cobalt Frame Rail Braces.
SuperMiata: Shift knobs; custom wheel lugs (16 or 20, depending on car year); SuperMiata Hoodies; Steering wheel extender
Goodwin Racing: Two $50 gift certificates
Hartz Corporation: A Deluxe Soft Top Cleaning Kit
AWR: A gift card & merchandise pack, so the winner can pick an item that best suits their application (NA – ND).
WHAT TO DO CHECKLIST
Reserve your accommodation ASAP! The official Event Hotel is Four Points Sheraton, San Rafael, where we have a negotiated discounted room block that includes free breakfast, wifi and parking (click here to book). Rooms are likely to go quickly, so be sure to book early.
Camping is also available at the track. See camping info.
Want to form a caravan to the event with a group of friends? There will be groups forming from all over North America, including from Canada and Mexico. Check out Supporting Clubs & Organizations on the home page to connect with local Miata enthusiasts.
Check out all the other things you can do as part of the event, such as the Flyin’ Miata AutoX Challenge, Parade Laps, Group Photo, Moss Miata Car Show, BAMA Sunday Cruise and Saturday Party. If you’re going for Track Day ride-alongs, make sure to wear long pants and closed-toed shoes for your safety, and borrow or bring an approved helmet, as helmets are not provided by the event.
AT THE EVENT
We STRONGLY recommend getting checked in on Friday, October 20th at the track!
General Admission/Merchandise will be open all day Saturday and Sunday in Event Central at the track, but checking in on Friday eliminates time pressure. Your General Admission wristband also speeds up entry through the main gates at the track, as you can just show security your wristband for entry without having to stop to sign event waivers each time.
FLYIN' MIATA AUTOX CHALLENGE
As always, our friends at Flyin’ Miata want to offer you a unique and memorable driving experience at the Miata Reunion. This isn’t just a humdrum “let’s make an autocross course in a mall parking lot” but the real deal, designed to test the skills of even the most experienced autocrossers!
The Flyin’ Miata AutoX Challenge is open to all skill levels and provides drivers a controlled environment to test and develop your car control skills.
No roll bar or other special safety equipment required, however drivers and passengers must wear a helmet. (Loaner helmets available).
Schedule for both Saturday & Sunday
8:00am driver’s meeting and course walk
9:00am to 5:00pm drive! (break for lunch)
Cost: $80 per day/driver. Each driver will get 10 to 15 runs for the day.
- Start the morning with a driver’s meeting that will cover format, objectives, course description and basic safety. A group course walk will follow to review safe, controlled driving procedures.
- Each group will alternate back and forth between “run and work” for the remainder of the day. Workers will maintain track safety and replace hit cones.
- Typically, drivers will get between 10 and 15 runs for the day.
- Flyin’ Miata will be awarding prizes for the 3 Top Times of the Day!!!
- Limited to 60 drivers.
- For insurance reasons, all Flyin’ Miata AutoX Challenge drivers and passengers must have signed all event waivers and have General Admission wristbands.
HPDE TRACK DAYS PASSENGER RIDES
SATURDAY PARADE LAPS
PARADE LAPS RULES
SATURDAY GROUP PHOTOS & VIDEO
We’ll be setting up a group photo and video of you on track during Parade Laps.
It will include still photos, aerial photography and video of the Parade Laps.
Miata Reunion Group Photos and Video are included for free as part of your General Admission, and will be posted on our Facebook page after the event.
Watch Parade Laps and other videos from previous years at the Miata Reunion Youtube channel.
Want a photo of you driving your Miata on track during Parade Laps?
Our official event photographer GotBlueMilk will be there shooting all weekend, including Parade Laps.
Dito and his team are professional motorsports photographers who really know how to make you and your Miata look great on track.
You can see his work at the GotBlueMilk website, where you can learn more and contact them to pre-book to ensure your Miata gets photographed.
WHERE TO LINE UP FOR PARADE LAPS
PARADE LAPS & GROUP PHOTO STAGING
We will publish instructions and a staging map prior to the event to guide you into the designated staging area to park before entering the track.
Once the signal is given, staff will direct you on track for the first lap, where you will then be directed to your spot to stop for the Group Photo. At this point get out of your car and stand by your Miata so people can see your face in the photo.
As soon as the photo has been taken you’ll be released to continue with Parade Laps. We will be flying a drone to take video of you during Parade Laps.
At the end of Parade Laps, team members will direct you to exit the track and enter the paddock, to go back to your parking areas.
Please don’t stop in the paddock, but proceed directly to the designated General Parking areas, as we anticipate a huge number of cars and don’t want to delay the event with a traffic jam in the paddock.