This 2019 Mazda MX 5 Cup Race Car Could Be Yours Thanks To A Racer Owned Non Profit

Tired of only being able to race on video games or think you have what it takes to transfer your skills to a real race track? A raffle hosted by Lemons of Love, a racer-owned non-profit that supports chemo patients, may give you the chance to do just that come March 16, when it announces the winner of a brand-spanking-new 2019 Mazda MX-5 Cup race car.

This sweet little racer is based on the newest version of the Mazda MX-5, the ND2, which means it rocks the enhanced 2.0-liter SKYACTIV-G engine that pumps out 181 horsepower. Combine that with a serious diet, the removal of electronic nannies, the addition of a roll-cage, and basically stiffer or stronger everything else, and the result is a big-boy race car capable of tackling the country's most famed racing circuits in the Global MX-5 Cup. But what about race entry fees? Don't worry, those are covered for the whole season, too.

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