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nto Le Mans, but 24h
Submitted by No Rotor on Thursday, June 10, 2004 - 10:59pm

This weekend start the 24h of Le Mans, but without any rotary-engine car. One h befor the Le-Mans cars will start the 24h of Nuerburgring rolls on. In the starting grib are a team of japans with the name D-Dream. They will drive a 2000 RX-7 in the class 3000ccm - 3500ccm.
I´m very happy to see this Mazda. If you want it I will give you the results.
(sorry because my bad english, i`m german)

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subject:
24h nürburgring results for rotors
author:
No Rotor
date:
June 17, 2004 - 1:02am
the japanese D-Dream team which drove a 2000er mazda rx7 in the category A6 of 24h race at the german nürburgring reached a fabulous 20th place in the whole race and a great 3rd place in the category!!!!!!congratulations D-Dream!!!
greatings from the german rotary freaks "felix erben"!!!
please visit:www.felix-erben.de.vu
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subject:
see pictures here
author:
No Rotor
date:
July 13, 2004 - 3:47am
hi everybody, you can see pictures from the race at my homepage at http://people.freenet.de/rotarysports/
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