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  • The Mazda Furai was a concept car revealed on 27 December and manufactured by Driver Mark Ticehurst was piloting the Furai when the engine bay caught fire while cresting a hill on the backside of the track. Ticehurst was able to.

    This week, we take a look at the Mazda Furai, and the design language . On the last drive of the day, the engine caught fire and driver Mark.

    Top Gear managed to keep this fire under wraps for 5 years, but now they're they were kind of responsible for the untimely demise of the stunning Mazda Furai.

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    As some of you might know, the Mazda Furai was a concept race car that was introduced to the world in at the North American International Auto Show.

    The body was build upon the Courage C65 racing chassis and unlike many concepts of the time period, was fully functional. Upon the release, the rumor mills swirled with excitement at what this concept could symbolize. Wearing the famous number 55 of the only Japanese car to win the 24 Hours of Le Mans, many speculated a return to the famous endurance race, running a rotary engine.

    Others speculated that there could be a rotary powered supercar in the works, to slot above the RX-8, but after a few private events the car disappeared. After the disappearing in , the Mazda Furai made several appearances in video franchises including Gran Turismo and Forza.

    This perpetuated the mystery of the Furai even further as fans tried to seek out what happened to one of their favorite cars. On August 19, Top Gear Magazine was doing an exclusive with the Furai when the rear of the car went up in flames. Please confirm you agree to the use of tracking cookies as outlined in the Cookies Policy. Don't have an account? Sign in or register. Unknown 2 years ago A Flame that Flickered and Died.

    A Mazda Courage C65 race car that was the basis for the Furai. The Final Chapter of the Furai. Gone before it even had a chance to say hello. Thank you for reading! If you want some more information, check out the Top Gear article above! Sort by Best Sort by Latest. Sign in to your Car Throttle account Before you sign in Please confirm you agree to the use of tracking cookies as outlined in the Cookies Policy.

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