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How will the RC350 F-Sport handle Pikes Peak?

Here's a look at what the IS350 F-Sport can do:

The Lexus IS-350 F follows in the tire tracks of its racing brother, the IS F CCS-R up the legendary inclines of the Pikes Peak. Justin takes it to the extreme as he conquers the peak, recounts its history, and explains how features of the IS-F provide for high-levels of performance.
 

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wish they never paved pikes peak, it used to be dirt all the way up the mountain, now its like 90% paved.

Oh well good show, wish he hooned it a bit more but i get that falling off the side of a cliff will make any one a bit more conservative
 

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wish they never paved pikes peak, it used to be dirt all the way up the mountain, now its like 90% paved.

Oh well good show, wish he hooned it a bit more but i get that falling off the side of a cliff will make any one a bit more conservative
I guess they had no choice if they wanted to run new cars on it. I guess decades ago it worked for the type of vehicles they had
 

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I guess they had no choice if they wanted to run new cars on it. I guess decades ago it worked for the type of vehicles they had
I believe that it all got paved more for environmental conservation than anything else. There was a risk of the conservationists shutting the event down if I am not mistaken
 
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