This RE Amemiya FD RX-7 GT300 competed in the 2000 season of the JGTC — now referred to as ‘Super GT’. Built by Mazdaspeed, in conjunction with RE Amemiya, it attained various podiums throughout the season, claiming a win at the first fly-away event in Sepang. It utilizes a 20B peripheral-port (PP) triple-rotor built by Mazdaspeed, and even retains the original JGTC air restrictor from its glory days. The Mazdaspeed chassis includes a roll cage built by the special division, while the body panels — most of which are constructed from carbon fibre — are a mix of RE Amemiya and Bomex units. The car was found living out its days in Australia and has been brought here to run at various events — just the way it should.