I gave you a rotary engine story today, but it was about slow-ass failed hydrogen rotary engines in Miatas. I'm about to make it up to you. Prepare your bodies for the screaming sounds of the Mazda 767B.

This, of course, was one of Mazda's famed entries into the 24 Hours of Le Mans back in the late 1980s and early 1990s. The 767B ran in the 1988 race and had packed an insane four-rotor engine with 600 horsepower. It didn't do as well as its famous successor the 787, but it still howls like a demon flying straight out of hell.

This onboard video comes from a lap at Spa Classic this year. Glad to see someone is still out there in this car, making it do what it was always meant to do.

Hat tip to my boy Jeff Glucker at Motor Authority