Established in 1971 as a four-wheeled and two-wheeled goods store, the founders of Knight Sports participated in touring car races with a vehicle equipped with a rotary engine. In 1974, their shop was designated as a rotary engine tuner (sports corner) by Toyo Kogyo (currently Mazda), and its main business was to participate in race rallies with vehicles equipped with rotary engines as well as to develop and sell products necessary for those engines. Knight Sports has participated in the Daytona 24-hour, Macau GP, and Rally races in Southeast Asia. In 2004, they became a certified automobile maintenance factory and continue to offer these services to this day. They strive to provide more people available to "Rotary Sports" by making the best use of the experience and knowledge that they have cultivated over many years.