Cayman S versus the road of 3,000 curves
It's one of TG mag's greatest adventures: we headed to the badlands of Mexico in a Porsche...
Posted: 04 Oct 2013
We wolf down our gorditas - Mexican incendiary devices containing molten lava within a thin doughy case, which explode like grenades as you bite into them - and, sustaining 10 per cent body burns and total T-shirt ruination, scramble back into the Cayman.
And ahead, looming large, are the olive peaks of the Sierra Madre's highest mountains. Between the trees, we catch glimpses of Highway 40, snaking its way to very top of the world. It seems an insane route to build a road, as we wind our way higher and higher: was there no easier, lower path? We round a hairpin, and in front of us stretches a prehistoric paradise of mountain and sky.