Toyota Motor Corporation Will Let Lexus 2017 RC F GT3 Surprise The Category Races In Japan And United States

Jan 17, 2017 11:47 PM EST | Hem Cervantes

Toyota's luxury car Lexus has a racing version of RC F coupe which is the RC F GT3. Lexus is now in preparation as it takes its first bite of a competition in this year's season. The car will fall into the GT3 category of the races that will take place in Japan and United States.

Everyone will witness RC F GT3 first compete in the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship series raising the banner of 3GT Racing. Second on the line will be in the Japan with its part in the Super GT together with LMcorsa competing in the GT300 category (Japanese GT300 and GT3 cars have the same specs), wherein, on the other hand, its family line LC 500 is also participating in the competition in the GT500 category.

Toyota Motor Corporation had always endeavored to serve the society by producing products beyond expectation and has always been supported by the people around the world. Lexus will put much of their focus in participating with numerous motorsports with their model-based Lexus F GT3 racing car to develop a firm image of a performance from the Lexus brand and will offer surprises and a spice of excitement to the audiences around the world.

According to Tokuo Fukuichi, known as the President of the Lexus International, the luxury vehicle is open and always ready to face and embrace new challenges as it worked hard to inspire the customers with excitement and amazement that goes beyond the imagination. "Our decision to enter in customer motorsports will both refine the performance of our high-performance F models and give our customers an amazing experience," he added.

The company has produced the first installment of a series that consist of three parts and titled as "The Road to Daytona: Lexus Returns to Racing". The series will show the details of the actions taken in making the RC F into an exciting GT3 compliant racing car for the tracks.


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