In 1991 Mazda became the first Japanese manufacturer to win the 24 hours of Lemans with their 787B. The car was powered by a quad-rotary engine which makes the 787 the first rotary engine car to win Lemans. In its victory the Mazda 787B completed 4923.200 km (3,059.79 miles) at an average speed of 205.133 km/h (127.49 mph). The drivers were Bertrand Gachot, Johnny Herbert and Volker Weidler. The engine is normally rated as 2622cc but the FIA rated the car as a 4708cc by dimension of having two power cycles per rotation. Normally aspired, the engine produced around 700 HP!