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Country of origin:Japan
Produced in:1989
Numbers built:3
Designed by:Nigel Stroud for Mazdaspeed
Successor:Mazda 787
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:August 15, 2016
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Chassis 767 - 001 The very first Mazda 767 produced, this example debuted at Fuji and was subsequently driven to class victory at Silverstone. Starting 29th, it eventually finished 17th at Le Mans. Its racing career continued well into the 1989 season when it was raced 767B specification boas>>>

Chassis 767 - 002 One of the two 767s used during the 1988 season, this car debuted at Le Mans with a 19th place finish. Late in the year, it scored a GTP class win at Fuji. Converted to 767B specification, it was subsequently raced with the now legendary Charge livery the following season. I>>>

Chassis 767 - 003 The third and final 767 chassis produced, this example was not pressed into service during the 1988 season. It was first seen during the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1989 where it finished 12th overall. It returned a year later, where it served as a back-up to the new 787 and plac>>>

  Article Image gallery (53) Chassis (3) Specifications Video (1)