The LFA raced several time in 24 hour races before it was even made. Toyota considers races like the 24 hours of Nurbergring as manufacturer supported.so does that mean we will see a gt500 LFA?
This is a D1 drift car for Japan, not Formula D in the states where the LS V8 swaps are plentiful. On other notes, I heard Hibino and Taniguchi both will be competing with supercharged versions of the FT-86. So whether intentional from Toyota or not, this sure seems to be the new favorite drift car.At least they stuck with a Toyota V8 instead of a damn lsx as everyone else does.