The LFA, Gazoo, and the Nurburgring - Our Kind of Trio

Nurburgring

The Lexus LFA is one helluva street car and performs admirably on the track.

Gazoo Racing has had its fair share of highs and lows while racing Lexus LFAs in the Nurburgring over the past five years. The epic race-spec supercars always look good and run fast, however they don't always make it to the finish line in one piece. Gazoo first started racing LFAs in 2008 at the 24 Hours of Nurburgring and they continue to challenge not only the cars and the track, but themselves over the course of each competition.

In 2012, they finished 15th overall and also tallied a victory in the SP8 Class. The Japanese racing team has released this terrific video showing off the highlights of their racers in action over the duration of their involvement in the mighty endurance race.

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