Mazda 737C

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The Mazda 737C was a prototype racing car built for Mazdaspeed for use in Group C2 in the Le Mans 24 Hours . It represented the final stage of development of the original Mooncraft construction, which began with the 717C . Again the car had the 2-disc rotary engine , type Mazda 13B.

Two 737Cs competed in the 1985 Le Mans 24-hour race and took 3rd and 6th place in Group C2. The 737C were also used in part in the Sports Car World Championship 1985 and achieved 8th place for Mazdaspeed in the group C2 championship. In the All Japan Sports Prototype Championship , Mazda finished fifth in the Constructors' Championship.

The 737C later ended up in the hands of private teams and was used in the All Japan Sports Prototype Championship after Mazda replaced the type with the new 757 .