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The Racing Beat Bonneville land speed record car made a rare appearance at Sevenstock 19. This ’86 RX-7 set the land speed record at 238.442 mph. This car rarely makes it to shows, so I felt privileged to have seen it in person.
I spotted this unicorn in Sendai, Miyagi Prefecture, Japan. An Autozam AZ-1, a gull-wing “kei” car designed by Suzuki but sold by Mazda during the bubble years of the early ’90s. Mazda hadn’t figured out that the bubble had burst when this came on the scene. My wife actually drove one of these from her dad’s car log for awhile when she was a teenager.
Brazil 66 cooling off after an autocross run at an SCCA event at Marina Airport.
Brazil 66 looking like a toy sitting outside of our rest stop on the way to Sevenstock 18. Can you guess where we stopped?
Accurate Initial D FC at Sevenstock 10.
My favorite view of the BMW M1. These Campagnolo wheels were only produced for the M1. They’re so 80s, but in a good way!
Unloaded Brazil 66 from the trailer to let her stretch her legs on the evening before Sevenstock 19 at Autoclub Speedway. Jim Hagerty and Berny Herrera can be seen in the background with the Mariah car.
Brazil 66 – before/after
Brazil 66 at Laguna Seca
A curved line of the best looking Toyotas ever made. Toyota 2000GTs at the Monterey Historics.
Brazil 66 on the corkscrew at Laguna Seca, still running the stock 12A.
RX-3SP at a rainy Sevenstock 10 at Mazda Headquarters in Irvine, CA. I caught a pic of this orange flavored beast during a few second when the sun was out. Little did I know the secret it kept under the bonnet.