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Mazda at the 2014 Rolex 24 at Daytona | Mazda USA


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LIVE, beginning Saturday, 1:45 p.m. (EST), witness the start of a new chapter of Mazda Motorsport, as Mazda factory drivers attack the 2014 Rolex 24 at Daytona from within two all-new SKYACTIV-D® clean-diesel Mazda Prototypes. This first race of the new TUDOR United Sports Car Series Championship marks the 52nd anniversary of the Rolex 24 at Daytona—a race Mazda factory drivers have won 23 times, in class. Behind the wheels, this time around: Sylvain Tremblay, Tom Long, Joel Miller, Tristan Nunez, Tristan Vautier, and James Hinchcliffe. Their top-flight Prototype-class Mazda machines are powered by SpeedSource Race Engineering's latest tuned versions of the Mazda SKYACTIV-D® clean-diesel engine that helped earn Mazda the 2013 Grand-Am GX-class Manufacturer's Championship, after nine straight wins. And like their predecessors, these Mazda SKYACTIV-D® race engines are also fueled by the same "chicken guts" clean-diesel synthesized by Dynamic Fuels from food processing remnants, in a renewable, 100% carbon-neutral process. Technical details of our SKYACTIV-D® clean-diesel Mazda Prototypes: Engine Displacement: 2,191 cc (133.7 in3) Bore x Stroke: 86.0 mm x 94.3 mm (3.39 in x 3.71 in) Engine Weight: 143 kg (315 lbs) Horsepower: 336 kW (450 bhp) Torque: 786 Nm (580 lb-ft) Max. Engine Speed: 5,200 rpm Engine Block: Production Mazda SKYACTIV (Aluminum) Camshaft: Dual Overhead Valves: Four Valves Per Cylinder Cylinder Head: Production Mazda SKYACTIV (Aluminum) Valve Train Components: Production Mazda SKYACTIV Pistons: Mahle (Steel) Connecting Rods: Carillo Forged Alloy (Steel) Crankshaft: Pankl Alloy (Steel) ECU: Bosch Motorsport MS 15.2 Intake Manifold: SpeedSource Race Engineering Exhaust Manifold: SpeedSource Race Engineering Turbos and Wastegates: Garrett Motorsports, air-to-air Intercooler, Tial wastegate Fuel Injectors and Pump: Bosch Motorsport Fuel Rail: Bosch Motorsport Oiling System: SpeedSource Race Engineering Cooling System: SpeedSource Race Engineering Transmission: Xtrac 6-speed sequential with paddle shifters Chassis: Carbon-fiber monocoque coupe Dry Weight: 900 kgs (1984 lbs) Length: 4,634 mm (182.4 in) Width: 1,990 mm (78.3 in) Wheelbase: 2,890 mm (113.8 in) Top speed: Approximately 300 kph (186 mph) -- in Daytona aero trim Brakes: AP carbon drilled discs Suspension: Independent double A-arms Tires: Continental Extreme Contact Front: 320/650/R18 Rear: 325/710/R18 Wheels: Motegi EVO 14 Technomesh, Forged Aluminum Fuel: Dynamic Fuels Renewable Diesel Fuel Capacity: 70 liters (18.5 gallons)