Stelvio Pass is the highest pass in Italy. It is situated in the Alps on the border of Switzerland and Italy. Many consider it scenically the nicest of all the Alpine passes. It is possible to climb the Stelvio from two different sides, from Bormio and from Prato, both in Italy. However, it is also possible to reach the Stelvio from Switzerland, namely from St. Maria, along the Umbrail Pass. The toughest, and to us most spectacular climbing is the one from Prato, with 48 hairpins. Made more famous by the TV show Top Gear, it is regarded as one of the finest continuous hairpin sectors in the Alps. Once at the top, the view of the valley below is breathtaking. What better way to experience this incredible road than from behind the wheel of a 911 Carrera or Audi R8 Spyder. Two of the best sports cars in the world.
Jaufenpass is a high mountain pass in the Alps of South Tyrol in Italy. It connects Meran and Sterzing on the road to the Brenner Pass. It is the northernmost pass in the Alps that is located completely in Italy. The road is very winding, with many switchbacks.
Silvretta High Alpine Road
The Silvretta-Hochalpenstraße (Silvretta High Alpine Road) is considered to be one of the most beautiful and popular panoramic roads in the Alps. It is 22.3 km long and runs from Partenen in the Montafon through a total of 34 bends to the 2, 032 m-high Bielerhöhe as far as Galtür in the Paznauntal, Tyrol. It is not surprising that this is called the “dream road of the Alps for connoisseurs” and a perfect place to test the limits of your Porsche 911.
The Italian state roads or Strade Statale as they are known are represented on maps as "SS" and provide access to some of the most beautiful scenery in Tuscany. They wind their way through the many small towns and villages providing breath-taking views of the countryside. What better way to see Tuscany than from the cockpit of your Audi R8 Spyder.
Timmelsjoch Pass is a high mountain pass that creates a link through the Ötztal Alps along the border between Austria and Italy. The pass connects the Ötztal valley in the Austrian state of Tyrol to the Passeier Valley in the Italian province of South Tyrol, as it bridges the saddle point between the Jochköpfl and Wurmkogl peaks to its northeast and southwest, respectively. The pass is sometimes called the "secret passage" because it is little-used compared to the much easier and lower Brenner Pass some 25 km to its east, and Reschen Pass some 60 km to its west.
The Grossglockner High Alpine Road is a panoramic road in Austria. It connects the state of Salzburg with the state of Carinthia. It is named after the Großglockner, Austria's highest mountain. It leads with numbered hairpin curves to the Kaiser Franz Josefs Höhe Visitors' Centre, with a panoramic view of the Pasterze Glacier and the Großglockner itself.
Grimsel Pass is a high mountain road located in the Swiss alps. The pass ascends through canyons of wild beauty in a sparsely grown mountainous region marked by granite rocks and reservoir lakes. The view from your 911 Carrera is spectacular as you carve your way through the valley.
Furka Pass links Andermatt in state Uri with Gletsch in the state of Valais and is part of the popular three-passes trip over the Furka, Grimsel and Susten passes. Coming from Central Switzerland and having passed through Andermatt, you begin the climb over the Furka Pass. Here in summer you may see the steam railway ready to puff its way over the pass. A few kilometres further on and you reach the hamlet of Tiefenbach. The road continues around a series of hairpin bends up to the pass head at 2431 metres altitude, with wonderful views of the Gotthard massif and the Ursen Valley.