Powered by a 2.6-liter R26B 4-rotor engine, the Mazda 787B took home first place at the 1991 24 Hours of Le Mans. Video after the jump.

In the video we’ve embedded after the jump, you’ll see Kenichi Tanabe, editor of Japan’s Car Graphic magazine, put the Le mans-winning #55 car through its paces at Mazda’s Miyoshi Proving Ground in Hiroshima

[via Autoblog]

Powered by a 2.6-liter R26B 4-rotor engine, the Mazda 787B took home first place at the 1991 24 Hours of Le Mans. Video after the jump.

In the video we’ve embedded after the jump, you’ll see Kenichi Tanabe, editor of Japan’s Car Graphic magazine, put the Le mans-winning #55 car through its paces at Mazda’s Miyoshi Proving Ground in Hiroshima

[via Autoblog]