One driver, two of Mazda’s fastest prototypes, two weeks apart at the same iconic track. Ride with factory driver Tristan Nunez in the Mazda RX-792P IMSA GTP car from 1992 and his 2018 Mazda RT24-P IMSA DPi machine at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca as the young American demonstrates the differences in 4-rotor and 4-cylinder turbo technology, plus aerodynamics, braking, and tire performance with prototypes from epic eras of sports car competition.
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