Lexus F cars conduct a dance that makes us suspect Juilliard has a racing program

We’re fortunate to see sports cars dance on the track as well as race cars give it their all around a circuit, but its rare that we get to see both kinds of cars move theatrically in a choreographed display. Lexus treats us with just such a spectacle by bringing its F performance cars together for the Dance of F.

Shot at Fuji Speedway, drivers track the one and only Lexus LFA with the RC F road car and the RC F GT3 race car for a four-wheeled ballet of horsepower.

Lexus Dance of F

The LFA brings 552 horsepower to the mix, thanks to its 4.8-liter V10 engine. This mighty power blasts the LFA from 0 to 60 in 3.7 seconds, after which it can climb to a 202 mph top speed.

Bringing up the flank is a pair of RC F GT3 race cars, which have already taken victories during Japan’s Super GT series. Under the hood is a sport tuned 5.0-liter V8 that produces 540 horsepower of race-winning might.

The “fly girls” of the crew are two RC F road cars, which house the same 5.0-liter V8 as their race counterparts, but these bring a still quite substantial 471 horsepower to the table. With this, the sports car can gallop to 62 mph in 4.5 seconds.

Lexus Dance of F

Throughout the video, the LFA asserts itself as the prima ballerina of the ensemble, but the carefully poised drifts of the RC F road cars show that they can still upstage with antics of their own. In the end, the entire waltz comes to a stellar curtain call, as all five cars line up and take a bow.

Related: Lexus feels the racing itch, plans to scratch it with the RC F GT3

As much as we love watching racing, we wouldn’t mind if Lexus (or anyone else) took this show on the road.

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