Mazda 787B 1991 Le Mans Winner - LOUD!!!
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The Legendary Mazda 787B with its R26B Engine, a 4 Rotor Mazda Rotary
Engine, the First and ONLY Japanese Car to Outright Win at Le Mans. After
that win the Rotary Engine was banned from ever competing again at Le Mans.
This video shows the Mazda 787B at Festival of Speed 2011.
Enjoy the engine noise at hard acceleration.
Mazda 787 at The Mitty (true sound)
After a long list of technical faults, we have ended up with one over 1080p
camera, and a microphone recording from the cockpit of one of the Mazda
While the video itself is not too interesting, it is safe to say this is
for your EARS.
I haven't run into any other video or source for this quality sound from
one of the few 787B's around the world.
following Mazda 787B on my bicycle at 24h of Le Mans 2013 (idle + revving)
To mark the 90th anniversary of the 24h of Le Mans, 11 legendary winning
cars were chosen by the public and a jury.
They did 2 slow parade laps before the actual FIA WEC race would start.
One of these was this Mazda 787B. This is the actual winning car from the
1991 24 hours of Le Mans.
Driven to victory by Bertrand Gachot, Johnny Herbert and Volker Weidler.
Engine: 4 Rotor R26B, 2.616 liter / 159.6 cu in, Naturally Aspirated
Power: 700 bhp / 522 KW @ 9000 rpm
Torque: 608 Nm / 448 ft lbs @ 6500 rpm
Weight: 830 kilo / 1829.8 lbs
event: 24 hours of Le Mans
Filmed with a Canon Legria HF M46.
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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.
Mazda charge 767B tested by tsuchiya
An OLDTIME MONSTER , the Charge Mazda 767B with 4 rotors engine (13 J ) ,
630 hp @ 9000rpm
with one meter high , weight 800kg ... just listen.
ps: the car is driven on a tight and curvy / bumpy racetrack , not the best
for a real racing car.