This achievement was accomplished by Mazda in conjunction with Motorsport UK, Coryton

The future of cleaner, more environmentally friendly transportation is seen to lie with electric and hydrogen

However, Mazda has demonstrated that it is possible to use biofuel for sustainable transportation

 A 2022 Mazda MX-5 Miata, one of the greatest value-for-money roadsters currently on the market

just reached the milestone of travelling 1,000 miles on sustainable road gasoline from Coryton on the racetracks of all

Coryton's biofuel for the accomplishment was made entirely from agricultural waste from crops and straw

The normal 2.0-liter 184 PS Mazda MX-5 Miata from Coryton required a week to complete the circuit-to-circuit

 which spanned 1,000 miles across three separate racetracks. 

With this accomplishment, Mazda demonstrated that a biofuel is a viable choice for decarbonizing

 Jeremy Thomson, Managing Director of Mazda UK, commented on this accomplishment and promoted the expansion

At Coryton in Essex, where Mazda has its headquarters, the MX-5 Miata was fuelled with biofuel 

 The car made the circuits of the four tracks—Anglesey Circuit in Wales, Oulton Park in England, Knockhill

Kirkistown in Northern Ireland—after the start, passing via the Motorsport UK headquarters in Bicester along the way. 

The MX-5 Miata's 2.0-liter, 184 PS naturally aspirated gasoline engine, which operated in factory form during