Sure, we all like a nice, curvy road to mess with for a few hours, but what about roads that are so batshit twisty that they'll shame a plate of fettuccine carbonara. What's the twistiest road in the world?
Ask a Peruvian truck driver what it's like to transport goods over the 15,800-foot high El Ticlio pass, and they'll say (as you gasp for air), "Es de las curvas." It's the curves. Ok, I made that up. But check out how Route 22 winds up Mount Toromocho. Try apexing one of those flat out in third gear, or first.
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