Daytona 24 Hours second ‘feels like a victory’ for Mazda [DailyTimes] 28 Jan, 2020

Mazda says its second-place finish in last weekend’s Daytona 24 Hours feels “like a victory” after recording its first finish at the race with its RT24-P prototype. Oliver Jarvis, who took pole at the IMSA SportsCar Championship opener for Mazda Team Joest, claimed that there was no reason to be disappointed after missing out on victory aboard the RT24-P Daytona Prototype international he shared with Tristan Nunez and Olivier Pla.Mazda’s first race finishes at Daytona with the RT24-P represented “a major achievement” for the marque, Jarvis continued.“The engine never missed a beat,” he said of the AER four-cylinder turbo that had never previously made it through the 24-hour Daytona race.“This is a huge step forward for us and a great way to start the season.“When you consider how much progress we’ve made in [the past] two seasons, this feels like a victory.” The second Mazda driven by Harry Tincknell, Jonathan Bomarito and Ryan Hunter-Reay did suffer engine problems.

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