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An onboard lap in the Mazda 767B

The Mazda 767B was amongst the most popular cars at the 2024 Repco Adelaide Motorsport Festival, driven by car owner Senji Hoshino in the Invitational category.

The sportscar prototype is powered by a quad-rotor 2.6-litre rotary engine, producing 630 horsepower at 9000RPM, with the car in the iconic green/orange livery.

Racing at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, IMSA 24 Hours of Daytona and All Japan Sports Prototype Championship, the Mazda 767B set the foundations for the Mazda 787B that won Le Mans in 1991. There were just three Mazda 767Bs built by Mazdaspeed.

Watch an onboard lap from the Mazda 767B at the 2024 Repco Adelaide Motorsport Festival here:


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