Posts Tagged ‘great roads’
We’re back in Wales, where you’re never far away from a reservoir, quaint little village or any other idyllic recurring feature of the countryside.
We head off the beaten track to explore some of the glorious minor roads on offer in the North Yorkshire Moors.
With most of the traffic crossing the border diverted onto the motorways, the A7 is a quiet A-road treat.
A road with true altitude to test your Porsche 911’s engine, running through some stunning English landscapes.
The Pacific Coast Highway from Los Angeles to San Francisco epitomises the American West Coast. It’s too good to rush.
A fairytale drive through the famous Black Forest of Germany, this road cuts through the heart of Porsche’s homeland.
If you’re an avid consumer of motor-related media then there’s every chance you will recognise this route. Why not go and experience it for real?
One of the oldest and steepest roads in the UK offers a serious challenge to Porsche 911 drivers.
Total 911 takes a journey back in time to an era where race courses littered the landscape, and motorsport was reaching its peak.
Bealach na Ba translates to ‘Pass of the cattle’ – possibly the closest the UK gets to an alpine pass.