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The glorious Mazda 787B whirs into Real Racing 3 - the only rotary engine ever to win Le Mans! Earn it this update in the all-new 8-day Path of Defiance special event!
— What's new in Le Mans 2017 Update [v5.3.0].
The Mazda 787B is a Group C sports prototype racing car made by Mazda for use in World Sportscar Championship and the All Japan Sports Prototype Championship. It also competed in the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1990 and 1991. It won the race in 1991, largely due to its better reliability in comparison to its competitors.
The Mazda 787B is available in two series:
- Group C: Championship career series in the Legend category
- Group C: Rotary Rampage bonus series in the Legend category.
This vehicle can be acquired for 800 or 640 with showcase discount. It can sometimes be bought for ?? as a 'Get it Now' price, unlocking Group C: Rotary Rampage.
This vehicle is available to win in the following special event:
|68.8|| 218 mph|
|3.33 s|| 98.0 ft|
|1.67 g||800 |
| Max PR|
| 223 mph|
|3.22 s|| 93.2 ft|
|1.80 g|| R$856,400 |
| Max PR|
| 245 mph|
|2.81 s|| 89.0 ft|
|1.95 g|| +950 |
| Top Speed|
For upgrades, including PR values, please see the project page Mazda 787B, please be aware PR values can vary, depending on the upgrade order.
- This is the first Mazda car in Real Racing 3
- This is also the first quad rotor (4-rotor) car in the game.
- This car won the 1991 24 Hours of Le Mans, largely due to its exceptional reliability compared to its competition, until it was banned the following year. Thus, Mazda remains the only Japanese manufacturer to win the 24 Hours of Le Mans till date.
|RX-3 • RX-7 Spirit R (FD) • Furai • 787B|
|Group C: Championship|
|Mazda 787B • Jaguar XJR-9 • Porsche 962C|
|Group C: Rotary Rampage|