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Would it even matter, LOL? It's interesting all the things the Lexus has to prove to certify it's worth whereas cars like this have it easy.
What's the correlation between his statement versus Lexus having to prove themselves? I'm curious to know the Aventador's time on the ring too (if it was ever recorded) simply because it's interesting to know.
I just added it from German forum for convenience:
Posted by Jethro Bovingdon via Twitter: "For those concerned by lack of GT 86 oversteer shots. Conclusive proof that Toyotas can go sideways.
Yeehaa, that's my favourite photo of the year. Got to love the R Napoleon.
That LF-A shot was by Greg Pajo. Superb photographer, top bloke. Love being part of shoots that create stuff like that.
Great privilege to have those cars on those roads. Pajo more than did it justice. Could drive that LFA all day and night."
2005 Toyota Corolla XRS 2ZZ GE VVTL-i
6 Speed Manual/8350 rpm/195 HP@7800 rpm
"The word immediate was invented for the throttle response of this car....and the steering, and the gearbox and just about everything else - Jeremy Clarkson"
i am so excited to read about this. it's great that the lfa continues to be the car to drive, that's what lexus aimed for with the car and this shows lexus is capable of doing exactly that, even when it's at the caliber of exotic supercar level. fantastic!!!!!!!
Yes, I drove it. The great feeling of boiling blood.