The first time Mazda used a four rotor engine in one of their sports prototype racers at Le Mans was in 1988 and this was achieved through the introduction of the almighty Mazda 767 and introduction of the 13J-M2 Wankel … Continue reading #Focus – The Four Rotor Mazda 767B-003.
1993 would see a big change in vehicle regulations for the so-called Group C cars. Turbochargers were to be definitely banned and an all new era of car was to take on the World Sports Car championship. The P35 was … Continue reading #Focus – Nissan’s World Sports Car failed attempt, the P35.
Mazda is still the only Japanese manufacturer which has won the 24 Hours of Le Mans to this date, this was back in 1991 when the #55 Mazda 787B GTP car driven by Johnny Herbert, Volker Weidler and Bertrand Gachot triumphed … Continue reading #Focus – Mazda & The 4 Rotor R26B Engine.