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Mazda 787B runs in Goodwood festival of speed 2011


 


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Warm-up of RX-792P





Johnny Herbert who runs at full speed in Le Mans in Mazda 787B
With the state of the demonstration that Johnny Herbert ran in Le Mans, I photographed the monitor of the hall.





Mazda 787b Goodwood FoS 2011 Startup
Great to see this car running again. I was at Le Mans in 1991, I was also there this year but missed it's return run.





Mazda 787B - Special Sound
http://www.mazda.com/





Mazda 787B Goodwood Festival of Speed 2011 Run up the Hill
Mazda 787B Goodwood Festival of Speed 2011





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 quieter. 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. Enjoy!





ROLEX MONTEREY MOTORSPORTS REUNION
20 rotor engines run in RX-792P, 787B, 787, GTO, Lola T616 x2.





Mike Wilds Mazda 787b Goodwood Festival of Speed 2011
Mike Wilds Mazda 787b Goodwood Festival of Speed 2011





Mazda 787B - Le Mans (wonderful sound) (HD)
Onboard lap with Johnny Herbert on Le Mans Circuit for the 20th anniversary of mazda 787b's victory at 24h of Le Mans. driver: Johnny Herbert circuit: Le Mans -June 2011-





Mazda 787 B Great sound, Warm up - Fly by's 2011
4 Rotor Mazda 787 B sound. The 24 hours of Lemans winner in 1991 This car was at the Goodwood Festival of Speed ​​2011.





Le Mans winner Johnny Herbert reunited with the screaming Mazda 787B
Brilliant video from Mazda. The return of Johnny Herbert and the rotary Mazda 787B to Le Mans. Listen to that rotary engine scream!





787B 4rotor Start and Rev video
787B Start and Rev video at Sevenstock 4, new longer higher quality version of this video is now here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rLA2A-zrErQ





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 date: 2013-06-22 Filmed with a Canon Legria HF M46. My pictures http://belgian-motorsport.com Like my Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/Belgian.Motorsport





Mazda 787B Exhaust Sound + 767B Onboard
Rotary Engine Exhaust Sound #55 Mazda 787B ( Team Mazda Speed) + #202 MAZDA 767B Onboard. Motor Racing Legends-Group C.





Supercars greatest collection in 8mins.......GoodWood 2011 (Real GT5!)
GoodWood Festival of speed, 2011...best collection of cars ever! hardly ever been happier!!! Can anyone name all the cars in this video?





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