8 September 2014
Feature

Steve Sutcliffe is at the wheel of the all-new 471bhp Lexus RC F, a £60,000 rival for the likes of BMW's M3 and M4. Lexus engineers claim the car is just as capable on the track as it is on the road - are they right? We find out.

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Peter Cavellini 11 September 2014

Ho hum..........

Deserves to be better,makes a nice noise,handling?,well,i wouldn't take my daily on a Track,all that strain on tyres,suspension,brakes, can't be good for the car,no,i like my car to be all things drive wise to me,cruise quietly when i want.pass a line of cars if the opportunity happens and so on,subjective i guess.
2BarBoost 10 September 2014

Imagine that V8 in the GT86

Surely I can't be the only one thinking what that 5LTR V8 would be like in the GT86?? If Toyota had the b*lls to make it work and fit they would sell thousands world wide...aka new Supra???
cowichan 9 September 2014

RCF cornering

Is it my imagination or does the RCF lurch as it enters a corner? Especially on a left hand bend I'm seeing the car take a set about the diagonal axis as the right front sinks and the left rear rises.