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No. 1
23 yrs of winners
£64M Prizes Won
1.8M Customers

Win a Mazda RX-7 Spirit R

OR TAKE £60,000 CASH
£2.25

Win a Modern Classic in the BOTB Weekly Dream Car Competition! 

The Mazda RX-7 has always been a little different from the norm – since the first-generation Mazda chose to power it not by V6 or V8, not even with a turbo inline-four, but with a Wankel rotary engine.

Unique in its design, it defines the RX-7 experience and embodies everything it stands for. The twin-rotor, twin-turbo engine only displaces 1.3 litres but puts out 276bhp and revs to 8000rpm – but that tells only part of the story. It’s the way it revs that amazes me – there’s nothing smoother.

Okay, it’s a little thirsty, but when it looks this good and handles this well, you’ll forgive it. After all, it’s one of the best looking cars made in the last 30 years, and with the lightweight, low centre of gravity and sweet chassis setup, this FD generation RX-7 is about as good as the ’90s got for driving enthusiasts. This Spirit R model is the best they made, with all the handling tweaks learned over the years and a set of utterly gorgeous carbon-backed bucket seats inside.

NOTE: BOTB will work with the winner to choose a Mazda RX-7 Spirit R up to the value of £75,000.

Images courtesy of TorqueGT

Spec

Retail Price £75,000
Cash Alternative £60,000
0-62mph 5.5secs
Top Speed 162mph
Power 276bhp
Displacement 1.3ltr
Engine Position Front
Drivetrain RWD
Engine / Cyls Rotary
Torque 315

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Retail Price £75,000
Cash Alternative £60,000
0-62mph 5.5secs
Top Speed 162mph
Power 276bhp
Displacement 1.3ltr
Engine Position Front
Drivetrain RWD
Engine / Cyls Rotary
Torque 315

Win a Modern Classic in the BOTB Weekly Dream Car Competition! 

The Mazda RX-7 has always been a little different from the norm – since the first-generation Mazda chose to power it not by V6 or V8, not even with a turbo inline-four, but with a Wankel rotary engine.

Unique in its design, it defines the RX-7 experience and embodies everything it stands for. The twin-rotor, twin-turbo engine only displaces 1.3 litres but puts out 276bhp and revs to 8000rpm – but that tells only part of the story. It’s the way it revs that amazes me – there’s nothing smoother.

Okay, it’s a little thirsty, but when it looks this good and handles this well, you’ll forgive it. After all, it’s one of the best looking cars made in the last 30 years, and with the lightweight, low centre of gravity and sweet chassis setup, this FD generation RX-7 is about as good as the ’90s got for driving enthusiasts. This Spirit R model is the best they made, with all the handling tweaks learned over the years and a set of utterly gorgeous carbon-backed bucket seats inside.

NOTE: BOTB will work with the winner to choose a Mazda RX-7 Spirit R up to the value of £75,000.

Images courtesy of TorqueGT