Any gear head inevitably spends hours studying, ogling and dreaming up cars that they would love to own/drive if suddenly bank balance and desire were aligned. While it’s true that who you’re with is far more important than where you are, in the car enthusiast world, geography is an equally important part of the overall experience.
Since we are ensconced in 3 feet of snow here on Long Island, thoughts are automatically drifting towards warmer weather, and wringing the revs out along a coveted slice of pavement.
With those daydreams and the post we did the other night about Mulholland Drice, I thought it would be cool to do a series of posts about the worlds best driving roads. These can be stretches that are world famous (Tail of the Dragon, PCH, Stelvio Pass), or perhaps the long way home you enjoy after a long days work. Any submissions you have comment here or email and we will feature
As my car currently resides in an igloo created by a near-blind snowplow operator and Mother Nature herself, I’ve been watching old rally videos this morning. One of the best was Richard Burns, who sadly left the world way too early. Richard had a home in the tiny mountain country of Andorra, which sits between France and Spain. But what a great set of roads they have through the Pyrenees. Just check out this picture