|Looking back at the 787B's progress|
at Circuit De La Sarthe
Now, if you're one of the Forza Motorsport 4 players who is Japanese, you might be start asking how did the Mazda 787B appeared on Forza Motorsport 4 via the February ALMS Pack, which is on sale now. Yes, this Le Mans race car powered by a rotary engine is highly sacred to the car enthusiasts and most toy and model companies created several 787B diecast models for them to waste their money at. Of course, most video games featured the 787B but at Forza Motorsport 4, this is their first. We're very sure most Japanese FM4 players are getting peculiar about the 787B's Forza 4 debut appearance but this is due to inconsistent public demand by most Forza Faithfuls worldwide.
|The one and only rotary engine-powered racer|
Because the history about the birth of the 787B and its first and only win at the 1991 24 Hours of Le Mans is too long and too boring for you to read, I should explain my experience about the 787B on Forza Motorsport 4. Anyway, as I bought this car for about 2,200,000 CR, this is probably one of the best sounding LMPs I have ever heard. Many Forza Faithfuls would be lucky enough to drive this and I always wanted to drive one of these on FM4. The power of the Wankel rotary engine is just absolutely staggering. When I put my feet to the accelerator (or my finger to the RT button), the R26B rotary engine bellows and it feels like I'm back at 1991, the year when Mazda got its first and only win at Le Mans! While the 787B is stationary, it sounds like a bike starting up. That's what makes the 787B so special not only because of its beautiful sound of the R26B rotary engine but this car always has a kindred spirit, setting the template on other rotary powered production cars such as the RX-7 and the RX-8. Sadly, those rotary-powered engines are becoming extinct and rotary engines are becoming a mirage from the past. That makes me very sad.
|Wonder when will they feature this on Top Gear?|
Because production of the Mazda RX-8 comes to a complete end this Summer, I can't believe we are going to say goodbye again to the rotary engine that once fueled the "Zoom-Zoom" phenomenon but it doesn't matter. It's important to leave something behind for future generations, especially when most Japanese Forza Motorsport 4 are getting content on playing with the Mazda 787B and enjoy it as if they've enjoyed the 787B from other video games. After summing it up, I found out that the 787B is the best LMP featured on Forza Motorsport 4's February ALMS Pack, rather than the Audi R18 TDi of the present because the Mazda 787B is the only rotary-powered LMP to remember for.