Mazda Race 787B, RX-792P, RX-7

Mazda 787B, Mazda RX-792P, Mazda RX-7 The 787B and RX-792B both use the 4-rotor R26B an engine that is easily capable of at least 900 HP, but limited for long term racing reliability to 700 HP. Racing rotary engines are easily one of the loudest Exhausts at idle and arguably the loudest Exhaust note on the track at full song. An incredible engineering feat and incredible engine.

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http://www.bureauofspeed.com -- Daily Car News for True Car Enthusiasts http://www.twitter.com/bureauofspeed http://www.facebook.com/bureauofspeed "The Mazda RX-792P was a racing car built for the IMSA GT Championship's GTP category for Mazda. Its career was short lived, with only two cars running in 1992 before the project was abandoned." Contact us: hello [at] bureauofspeed.com Shot at the Cars & Coffee show in Irvine, California for Bureau of Speed. All rights reserved.





787b being turned around
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The Mazda 787 and RX-792P four rotor Le Mans cars on the track at Willow Springs International Raceway in Rosamond, CA. Video by www.RotaryCarClub.com




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