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 backfires! Mark Ticehurst at the wheel.

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80s & 90s Le Mans Cars Making Noise at Goodwood FoS
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Mazda 787B 1991 Le Mans Winner - LOUD!!!
Register for FREE on http://www.loonygarage.com Playground For Car Enthusiasts Become a Fan http://www.facebook.com/loonygarage Follow us on http://twitter.com/loonygarage 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 787B at Goodwood July 2011
Le Mans winning car 1991





62 years of Formula 1
Goodwood Festival of Speed 2011. The starting line for the F1 run group.




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