NOOOO! A Mazda 767B Race Car Bites The Dust At Goodwood

The reality of the Festival of Speed is that at least five crashes are expected to happen throughout the weekend each year. Unfortunately, this year’s first one took out a Mazda 767B.

Mazda is the main sponsor of the Festival of Speed. They set up a fantastic central feature and also brought two 767Bs, a 787 and a 787B, a 757, a Tiga-Mazda GT286 and an RX7-GTO to celebrate rotary power and Mazda’s motorsport heritage.

Then, this happened to the 202 car, which is a 1989 767B that was doing a timed lap up the hill instead of just a demo ride.

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At least we can say she was racing.

NOOOO! A Mazda 767B Race Car Bites The Dust At Goodwood

NOOOO! A Mazda 767B Race Car Bites The Dust At Goodwood

NOOOO! A Mazda 767B Race Car Bites The Dust At Goodwood

NOOOO! A Mazda 767B Race Car Bites The Dust At Goodwood

NOOOO! A Mazda 767B Race Car Bites The Dust At Goodwood

NOOOO! A Mazda 767B Race Car Bites The Dust At Goodwood

NOOOO! A Mazda 767B Race Car Bites The Dust At Goodwood

NOOOO! A Mazda 767B Race Car Bites The Dust At Goodwood

NOOOO! A Mazda 767B Race Car Bites The Dust At Goodwood

NOOOO! A Mazda 767B Race Car Bites The Dust At Goodwood

NOOOO! A Mazda 767B Race Car Bites The Dust At Goodwood

NOOOO! A Mazda 767B Race Car Bites The Dust At Goodwood

NOOOO! A Mazda 767B Race Car Bites The Dust At Goodwood

NOOOO! A Mazda 767B Race Car Bites The Dust At Goodwood

NOOOO! A Mazda 767B Race Car Bites The Dust At Goodwood

The Goodwood Hillclimb Course has two dangerous points: The wall and the Molecomb corner.

Rotaries of the world, one minute of silence please.

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