(Turn your speakers up!) The Matra 670 with its screaming V12 and the Mazda 787B are, in my opinion, are two of the greastest sounding cars. Here they are blasting up the hill at the Goodwood Festival Of Speed 2011. Unfortunately the 787B wasnt going full whack though luckily the Matra was.
2013 Phillip Island Classic Matra 670 V12
Two Matra 670 V12s around the Phillip Island Circuit in Australia. Best
sounding car ever, turn your volume up and enjoy!! Also have a shorter
Goodwood Festival of Speed 2011 - F1 Cars 1st run
F1 cars from the 70's, 80's, 90s and 00's blasting up the hill including
the Willams FW15C, the McLaren MP-4/23, Brawn GP01 and the Lotus 102. Taken
from the top of the hill near the finish line. Got to love the sound of the
modern F1 cars at the bottom of the hill.
Lola-Aston V12 amazing sound - Le Mans 2011
Lola-Aston (car 22) accelerating from the Mulsanne corner on the Sunday
morning. Won't hear a noise like this at Le Mans again for a while - or
Car is followed the by the Ford GT then the remaining Audi R18
How the Formula 1 Blown Exhausts Sound Like - F1 2011
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You know there were and there are a lot of polemics about the blown Exhaust system (EBD). Teams blowing their
diffusers rely on the throttle being open to keep airflow passing to the
diffuser and increase the downforce on it.
In this video you can hear how they sound like on different F1 cars. It's
really particular listening to this kind of sounds but, IMO, you can get
annoyed by this sound. I prefer listening to some nice backfires ;)
What do you think??
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Mazda 787B Startup - Goodwood Festival of Speed 2011
Warming up in the Cathederal Paddock on Sunday morning 3rd July 2011.
Loud? I've stood next to plenty of F1 cars and this was certtainly no
Although it has only a 9000rpm max engine speed, with 12 combustion cycles
PER REVOLUTION (unlike a 4 stroke V12 whihc would only have 6) this car
produces 108,000 combustion cycles per minute. That is 36,000 more than a
current 2.4l F1 car at 18000rpm!
This is the only real running 787B, there is however a second car which
sports the same detailing (even down to Le Mans 1991 driver names) which is
in much better (less faded, and less battle scars) whihc is used as a PR
car. This car was a static display on the Mazda Cars UK stand also at
Goodwood that day.
Mazda 787B Goodwood Festival of Speed 2011
This is the 1991 Le Mans winning Mazda 787B at the start line of the 2011
Goodwood Festival of Speed. You can get a good idea of the sound this thing
produced by watching the the marshal at the right rear when the car
Mark Ticehurst at the wheel.