I wouldn't go so far as to call it a "track car". It's a track-ready car. trust me...if you saw it in person you'd have a hard time believing it ever spent time on a track. It's too pretty
Driver's side airbag is removed. There's a Nardi deep corn 330mm wheel on it now with a quick release. I hate airbags and when you have a 5-point harness all they do is take your hands off the steering wheel when it's most important for them to be ON the steering wheel.
The car has properly installed eyes for clip-in harnesses on both the driver and passenger side. That said, I'm not selling the harness or the Sparco seats with the car. The passenger side seat and harness are long gone and I've got a guy locally buying the driver's side setup.
The factory seatbelts function well and they work with the stock Mazdaspeed Miata GT seats (black leather with red stitching).
Clutch is as old as the supercharger. It's still strong, does not slip at all. It's a Spec stage 2. Flywheel is factory flywheel lightened a bit. If you track the car a lot you'll probably need a new clutch after another season of HPDE's. For daily driving it'll last a couple more years at least. I'm 99% sure the rear main seal was done when it was installed. I can verify with Track Dog Racing (assuming even they will remember. This was back in 2007) Clutch effort is close to stock...just slightly more firm. Throttle, on the other hand, is a bit touchy and takes getting used to since it's got a larger, upgraded TB.
The S/C has a fresh coupler and oil in it along with the needle bearings greased. That's very recent. The only maintenence it requires is making sure the oil doesn't run dry and - if it starts making too much noise, change the coupler. Of course they all eventually need a rebuild and that runs $400 or so.
The wheels need about .5mm of material removed from the edge of the mounting pad. Very, very minor stuff and common for guys in Miatas who run these. It's such a small amount of material and so close to the center of mass that there's almost no way to throw the wheel out of balance doing it unless you hire a gorilla with a jackhammer.
Brakes are factory '99 brakes with Hawk HP+ pads and Motul fluid. I think I mentioned earlier (too lazy to scroll up) that the next owner would find an opportunity to upgrade here. All it really would need is some stainless lines. The stock brakes are more than capable of hauling all ~2300lbs to a halt. But there are a large variety of cheap "big brake kits" for Miatas with 4pot calipers and the like. They would look awesome and would stop even better. For extended lapping sessions they may even be necessary to reduce fade. I've never noticed the brakes fading...but I have only been out to a couple HPDE's and they were fairly recreational and not very hardcore.
Gauges are Boost, Oil Temp and Wideband O2. All Autometer Sport Comp. The photo is old and may have a narrowband O2 gauge instead of the wideband.
Tranny is like butter. No grinding at all. No worn synchros. Regularly changed with Mobil 1 fluid.
I welcome any and all questions!