As we love so much cars ,the best part is testing them in the street..
But where to find the perfect place to be with your beloved car ?
We suggest 9 greatest driving roads in the world that will leave you speechless (just incase if you’ve never passed over them before)
So before you run 30 ,make a list and make sure to pass once in those wonderful roads that in no particular order, here they are:

1.Col de Turini, France


Lets begin with the famous ‘’ Col de Turini ‘’ (1607 m) is a high mountain pass in the Alps in the department of Alpes-Maritimes in France.It is famous for a stage of the Monte Carlo Rally which is held on the tight road with its many hairpin turns. Until a few years ago, the Col de Turini was also driven at night, with thousands of fans watching the “night of the long knives” as it was called, due to the strong high beam lights cutting through the night.If you remember this pass was featured in the 1st episode of Top Gear series 10 when the presenters went in search of the greatest driving road in the world.

2.The 2nd that we selected is the Great Ocean Road located in Australia


One of the most spectacular roads with the most amazing views. The Great Ocean Road starts at Torquay and travels 243 kilometres westward to finish at Allansford near Warrnambool, the largest city along the road. The road is 2 lane & is covered by a speed limit changing between 80 kilometres per hour and 100 kilometres per hour Great Ocean Road as viewed from Teddy’s Lookout, south of Lorne
For sure this road is a very very attractive area for the tourists in which much of the road hugs coastline affectionately known as the Surf Coast between Torquay and Cape Otway and the Shipwreck Coast further west of Cape Otway, providing visibility of Bass Strait and the Southern Ocean. The road penetrates rainforests, as well as beaches and cliffs composed of limestone and sandstone, which is susceptible to erosion.

3. The 3rd amazing pass is truly amazing , The Stelvio Pass, Italy


When we first saw this (long time ago) first thoughts were : hell yeah ! it would be such an amazing drift over here ! don’t you think that ?
The Stelvio Pass is located in Italy, (at 2757m) and is the highest paved mountain pass in the Eastern Alps, and the 2nd highest in the Alps, slightly below the Col de l’Iseran (2770 m).
The pass is located in the Ortler Alps in Italy between Stilfs (“Stelvio” in Italian) in South Tyrol and Bormio in the province of Sondrio. It is some 75 km from Bolzano and just 200 m from the Swiss border. The Umbrail Pass runs northwards from the Stelvio’s western ramp. The “Three languages peak” (Dreisprachenspitze) above the pass is so named because this is where the Italian, German and Romansh languages meet.Very interesting!

4. Nurburgring, Germany


Can not be absent one of the most famous race tracks in the world with lots of race history in it.
Nurburgring is located about 70 km south of Cologne, and 120 km northwest of Frankfurt. It features a Grand Prix race track built in 1984, and a much longer old “North loop” track which was built in the 20s around the village and medieval castle of Nürburg in the Eifel mountains. The north loop is 20.8 km long and has more than 300 meters (1,000 feet) of elevation change from its lowest to highest points. Jackie Stewart nicknamed the old track “The Green Hell,” and we know that everyone knows,this race track is widely considered to be the most demanding and difficult purpose-built racing circuit in the world.

5.Taroko Gorge, Taiwan


A very unique area with an amazing view!
The Taroko Gorge Road in Taiwan is another mountain route made by carving out rocks, like the Guoliang Tunnel road. Despite its name, the Central Cross-Island Highway is a narrow and winding mountain road, & only a bus can barely pass by at a time. But the highway itself is truly an engineering masterpiece, as it cuts through the mountains and joining the East and West Coast.
In the language of the Aboriginal Truku tribe ‘’Taroko’’ means : “magnificent and splendid! A found title that fits with the views of the area

6. Trollstigen, Norway


Trollstigen is located in Rauma Municipality, Møre og Romsdal county, Norway. It is part of Norwegian National Road 63 that connects the town of Åndalsnes in Rauma and the village of Valldal in Norddal Municipality. It is a popular tourist attraction due to its steep incline of 10% and eleven hairpin bends up a steep mountainside. Its an area loaded with lots of tourists where about 2,500 vehicles pass daily.

7. Snaefell Mountain Road, Isle of Man


Snaefell Mountain Course or Mountain Course is a road-racing street circuit used for the Isle of Man TT and Manx Grand Prix Races held in the Isle of Man from 1911 and 1923 respectively. The racing is held on public roads closed for racing by an Act of Tynwald (the parliament of the Isle of Man). Actually it is the oldest motor-cycle racing circuit still in use.
The course is 37.733 miles (60.73 km) in length and the start-line is situated on the A2 Glencrutchery Road in the town of Douglas. The highest point of the course is situated on the primary A18 Mountain Road between the Bungalow and Hailwood’s Height at spot height 422 metres (1,385 ft) above sea level.

8. Pikes Peak, United States


Pikes Peak is a mountain located in the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains within Pike National Forest, (16 km) west of Colorado Springs, Colorado, in El Paso County in the USA
Originally called “El Capitán” by Spanish settlers, the mountain was renamed Pike’s Peak after Zebulon Pike, Jr., an explorer who led an expedition to the southern Colorado area in 1806. The Arapaho name is heey-otoyoo’ (“long mountain”).
At 14,115 feet (4,302 m), it is one of Colorado’s 54 fourteeners, mountains that rise more than 14,000 feet (4,300 m) above mean sea level, and rises 8,000 ft (2,400 m) above downtown Colorado Springs. Pikes Peak is a designated National Historic Landmark.
Awesome place !

9. Transfagarasan, Romania


The last but not least is the Transfagarasan that is the second-highest paved road located in Romania. Also known as Ceaușescu’s Folly, it was built as a strategic military route, the 90 km of twists and turns run north to south across the tallest sections of the Southern Carpathians, between the highest peak in the country, Moldoveanu, and the second highest, Negoiu. The road connects the historic regions of Transylvania and Wallachia, and the cities of Sibiu and Pitești.

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