Hear 1200 HP Of Four-Rotor Awesomeness Shred A Track In New Zealand


Mad Mike Whiddett is at again, helming his updated RADBUL.

Someone fed the hornets nest cocaine and then set it ablaze. That's one of the many metaphors used to describe "Mad" Mike Whiddetts absolutely insane RADBUL. Featuring a twin-turbo four-rotor engine packing nitrous, the 1200 horses on tap are a modest claim. Built by Whiddett himself in partnership with New Zealand's Pulse Performance Race Engineering, the 26B four-rotor is derived from the legendary 787B that brought Mazda the win at Le Mans.

Filmed in the gorgeous Highland Motorsport Park in New Zealand, Mike is gearing up for his contention for the 2016 Formula Drift season. The RADBUL sports new body work and updated livery. We can't wait to see this 1200 horsepower MX-5 Miata shred the Streets of Longbeach this April for the opening round for Formula Drift.

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