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We are excited to announce that Haag Performance has been selected to operate Mazda Motorsports’ club racing factory team!

Alex Berg (14 years old; Calgary, Alberta, Canada) and Bryson Morris (16 years old; Mt. Juilet, TN) earned the factory drives after impressive karting seasons, nominations by, and the two-day Spec MX-5 Shootout late last year. The two drivers will be supported and groomed by Mazda’s Prototype driver in the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship DPi class Jonathan Bomarito, the Mazda Motorsports team, and Haag Performance to run in the Spec MX-5 Challenge Series presented by Toyo Tires Western Region as NASA Teen Mazda Challenge competitors. The season culminates at Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta Nov 5-7.


Meet Mike Haag

The Pro With A Big Heart

Following a long and successful tenure as Rebello Racing’s chief Spec Miata engine builder, mechanic Mike Haag has stepped out on his own. Mike is a 3rd generation Mazda engine builder and has been involved in racing with Mazda since 1974. Mike has produced many championship teams in these categories:

  • GT2

  • GT3

  • ITE

  • ITA

  • ITS

  • ITX

  • Pro 7 

  • E Production

  • Spec Miata

He also has a special interest in drag racing and is currently cooking up something new in the shop. 

Services available:

Build and Repair Rotary engines

Build and Repair Miata engines

Mazda Transmissions

Mazda Rear Ends

Chassis Dyno available (by appointment only)

Wide collection of Mazda parts available.

If you are looking for Mazda-related engine, transmission or differential work, give Mike a call for a quote.  Having been in the business for more than 35 years, he has the experience needed to achieve your goals be it successful weekend warrior or a National Championship.


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Mon - Fri: 8am - 4:30pm 
Sat: By appointment only
Sun: Closed


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(916) 382-4950

8230 Belvedere Ave, Suite C, Sacramento, CA 95826

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