You're probably wondering what makes it this Mazda 767B so special, and the answer below might surprise you!
Learn that it is one of the 90 prototypes built by Mazda engineers to win the 24-hour races at LeMans, and besides that, it's a racing car, it is one equipped with a Wankel engine!
Mazda 767B was equipped with a special rotary engine rotary known as the 13J, which could provide a reserve of over 600 horsepower. Although Mazda has managed to stand on the podium with this model, motorsport history is a precedent that served the development of the new generations of rotary engines.
This year, at the Goodwood Festival of Speed, Mazda participated as a sponsor, announcing the design of new rotary engines, more efficient and more resilient, and we put our hope that this effort will succeed soon.