Watch Some Entry-Luxury Sedans Wail Around a Race Track, A Sight You Never Thought You'd See

Back in 2010, "Best Motoring" brought the most ubiquitous luxury sedans to Tsukuba Circuit. The result is a rollercoaster of entertainment.

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When it comes to track face-offs, the folks at Best Motoring know how to pull them off right. We've seen them test iconic 1990s supercars, our favorite Kei sports cars, and affordable fun economy cars put head-to-head in the past. What we hadn't seen, though, was Best Motoring gathering up a bunch of fancy luxury sedans and flogging them in a circuit race. Until now.

Back in 2010, Best Motoring took five new, normal, decidedly average luxury sedans to Tsukuba circuit, about an hour north of Tokyo. The entries include an Audi A6, a Mercedes-Benz E350, a BMW 335i, a Nissan Skyline 379GT Type S (known as the Infiniti G37 in the US), and a Toyota Mark X 350S, a Japan-only rear-drive four-door. None of these cars are bad, per se, but none of them are what you'd call track cars.

Though they look woefully out of place, it's actually fun to see these cars pushed to the limit against each other, squeezing for apexes and revving those base six-cylinder engines to redline over and over again. If you have a few minutes, it's certainly worth a watch. Check out the full video right here.

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