Although many of the tests conducted by publications happen on racetracks and enthusiasts argue over the differences that can add up to mere tenths of a second, the reality is most sports cars are enjoyed on the street.

On the way to work or going for a weekend jaunt, the majority of owners aren't doing rally cross or going to track days.

That's why I specifically ask you WHICH car would you rather DAILY drive: the M4 or RC F?

Having experienced both now, I know my answer. But, rather than spill the beans right this second, I propose to you TWO different autos:

The M4 is lighter, faster and more high strung. If you turn off all the aides you better be ready to wheel and deal. You can wind up in trouble very fast. The RC F, on the other hand, reminds me of the Audi RS5. It's heavier and though it's quick, this F is not nearly as fast as the M. What it does do well, however, is take bumps and make a lovely sound from its fantastic V8 powerplant.

So, what will it be for YOU? The F or the M?

Can the large, naturally aspirated V8 engine in the Lexus RC F match the twin-turbocharged 3.0-litre six-cylinder powerplant of BMW's M4? Matt Prior finds out.

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CAR WARS! WHICH Sports Car Would YOU Want For Your DAILY Driver? BMW M4 vs. Lexus RC F

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