Posted on: Aug 24, 2012
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Lexus LFA Owners Lap it Up at Laguna Seca


Over $6 million worth of supercars made their way to the Mazda Raceway for the LFA Owners meet.
The first-ever Lexus LFA's Owners Meet took place yesterday at the Mazda Raceway at Laguna Seca. The 2.238 miles-long track located in California has served as the home for many a race and automotive event since its original construction back in 1957. The Lexus Owners Meet was exceptional not only for the 16 LFAs that arrived but for the manner in which they all lined up and ran the track.

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Lexus Enthusiast put together a terrific little slide show which saw white, yellow, red, black and even green LFAs all hit the track in fine fashion for a lap you won't soon forget. The total price tag of all of these cars put together is upwards of $6 million. As a quick refresher, the LFA is Lexus' flagship supercar. It boasts a 552-horsepower 4.8-liter V10 engine which combines with stunning good looks for a terrific sight on the track. Though the car has neared the completion of its production run, we eagerly await a roadster variant of the LFA, set for release in 2014.

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