Lamborghini Murcielago Nukes Tires In A Drift Battle With Jeremy Clarkson's Favorite Car

Drifting

How to take supercars to hoontown.

The Lamborghini Murcielago is a bad pick for a drift competition. With a 6.5-liter V12 spewing 632 horsepower to all four wheels, the Murcielago is better known for sending drivers into walls for drifting. On the other hand, the Lexus LFA is made to drift, but car builder Yoichi Imamura wanted more so he traded the stock V10 with a turbo V8 Toyota NASCAR engine pushing 1,000 ponies. The LFA is Jeremy Clarkson’s favorite car, impressive for a man who thinks Porsches are crap, but the Lambo holds its own.

See these two unlikely competitors shred tires all set to a 20-cylinder soundtrack for your viewing pleasure.

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