Round by lap I watched as this FD3S RX-7 tore up the Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca. It glided elegantly through the vertices and cut the famous corkscrew, taking something of my heart with it as the power was reapplied. A distinct rumble on downshifting and an absolute roar as speed increased; Even from a distance, you could tell that it was a well sorted machine.
After the long day at Laguna Seca, I asked the owner, Drew, to put aside his masterpiece for closer inspection. The sun went over the Pacific Ocean right on the other side of the hills surrounding the track, so we had to move fast.
The best thing about this RX-7 This is something that many, if not most, of your average everyday race cars miss: the interplay of function and form in one balanced style. Nothing is exaggerated, and nothing is undercut. Of the more than 100 cars on the OnGrid track day, that would be the one I would most like to bring home.
I sat down for an interview to get an idea of where Drew came from and why he made the decisions he made on this build.
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