The last rotary sedan Mazda made was the JDM 929, discontinued in 1991. But twenty years back, the two-door RX-2 was built to be a screaming giant slayer on and off the tracks.
If you’re looking for small, fast, classic lightweight sedans (or coupés) that can go around a track at a remarkable pace, you can hunt down something British, Italian or Japanese. Or maybe a BMW 2002. But in case you also want a rotary engine up front, it’ll have to be a Mazda.