Today speaking about Japanese cars without including a drift in the menu is pretty much impossible, so how about three of the best Lexus high-performance vehicles burning rubber?
Everyone today is pulling drifts out of everywhere and because people get bored quickly we’ve graduated beyond the situation where there’s only one sports car letting its tail out in a provoking scenario. Now Ben Collins knows that (what, what do you mean who’s this guy? He’s the former Stig – you Neanderthals) and has decided to stir things up with a comparison involving lots of “F” words. Nope, this is office allowed – though we’re unsure if the boss will indulge in drifting comparisons too. This is because we’re talking about Lexus’ F lineup, and that means high performance vehicles.
Even the LFA supercar is here – so you can be sure his credentials are excellent if the Japanese allowed him to manhandle their pride possession. UK’s Goodwood Motor Circuit is used as the safe environment and Collins shows us how to burn rubber in one of the 500 LFAs ever built. In case you’re looking for something less expensive and also easier to drift (the LFA was built for precision cornering, after all) Ben’s sideways shenanigans also take into account the RC F Carbon as well as the GS F. And yes, there’s a Top Gear reference included, you Clarkson maniacs!