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
Where lorries brake for the tightest corners, they have worn the road surface bare and kicked up gravel and dust, meaning friction where you need it most is tenuous. Several times, I bang hard on the brakes, only to find us sliding straight on, the traction control flashing and Daniel attempting to escape the car through the passenger footwell. Potential Durango drug barons: deal Dramamine instead of cocaine, and make a killing!
If three or four of these cambered bends were stitched together on a British road, devoted drivers would flock from every corner of our isle to drive it. But here are hundreds of the devious buggers, wedged in a loopy, unending succession that'd send the hardiest rally co-pilot into pace-note-aneurism. Loudly, foolishly, I proclaim this the finest road ever.