RACER: 2018 Mazda RT24-P DPi Tech Tour

Take a deep dive inside the redeveloped Mazda RT24-P IMSA DPi with Mazda Motorsports director John Doonan.

Under the Mazda Team Joest banner, and with the intense efforts of Multimatic, AER, and other key partners, the RT24-P’s aerodynamics, suspension, and its 2.0-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder engine have undergone major upgrades ahead of the new IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship season.

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Andrew Fawcett says:

Hoping BoP changes from the roar lead to a competitive car! Can’t wait to cheer on the 55 and 77 down in daytona this weekend!

OhItsThat says:

Paint that beautiful Mazda a better color and give it a great livery. If it never wins a race nobody would ever forget it.

CJSchecter96 says:

Good to see their cars back out there. Hopefully this season goes better for them!

Mr. Mazda says:

This may sound like a silly comment but I hadn’t assumed that the RT24 used the Kodo design language? Maybe it’s obvious but I didn’t know

Rabbit0317 says:

Would be nice to see them steal a few wins away from the Caddy’s.

euroaaRON1 says:

they will never be competitive with that 4 cylinder.

Griffin Booher says:

I root for Mazda partly because I own a Miata. But a larger part of me roots for them because they have always felt like the underdog. This is the year they start leading the pack.

www.RUGISSANTE .com says:

What foam is used in the seat please ?

Star Killer 84 says:

Hopefully you guys are competitive this year, last year was horrible, The Cadillacs overpowered, obviously.

Tyler Roberts says:

I have been watching since 2015 and they have not been competitive yet

Bryon Kidder says:

Will Mazda ever top the RX-7 and the Rotory engine…..

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