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Offline dkabab

Like I said i don't have a problem with anybody that holds the Mazda is such high esteem. However, to me the 'legendary' sports racecars are ones that achieved success over extended periods of time and demonstrated a clear technological or performance superiority over their rivals.

And the fact this is NOT a 787b, it's a 767. Best this ever came was 18th I think.
The 787b is the one that won lemans.




Offline tdc911


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And the fact this is NOT a 787b, it's a 767.
The 787b is the one that won lemans.

I know, my last post is in reference to the 787b.



Offline RS


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And the fact this is NOT a 787b, it's a 767. Best this ever came was 18th I think.
The 787b is the one that won lemans.

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All three cars started well at Le mans 89, and sped through the first 12 hours without encountering any major problems. As they passed through the morning of the second day, the 767Bs actually increased their pace and went on to cross the finish line in formation. The lead 767B took seventh overall, equaling the best result ever achieved by a Japanese make, and won the IMSA GTP class for the third year in a row. The other 767Bs finished in ninth and twelfth overall and earned Mazda an impressive 1-2-3 in the GTP class.

Not too bad 3 starters got 1-2-3 in class and 2 top 10 overall

they have definitely become cult cars, if anything for that noise!  :faint:

Convict by heritage, Guilty by Choice



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