6 February 2015
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Can the large, naturally aspirated V8 engine in the Lexus RC F match the twin-turbocharged 3.0-litre six-cylinder powerplant of BMW's M4? Matt Prior finds out.

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6 February 2015
Who was the exuberant wheelman in the other car Matt ?? What most of us would dearly love to have a comparison on are (1) tyre wear (2) consumption (3) SERVICE costs and intervals
How about it? - Oh and until I get that info I agree with you - The Lexus is far less likely to throw you into a ditch or up a tree

what's life without imagination

8 February 2015
Like you said either,but, on looks,i'd have the BMW.

Peter Cavellini.

9 February 2015
It was so obvious the other driver was doing everything to slid in every single corner. Why not drive ONE lap for us without sliding so we can see which one is actually faster?

Dan

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