Well thats what the locals here call it but its actually called The Royal National Park. Perfect for a tourists drive, mountain biking or just sight seeing. But tonight we were here to tackle the corners for some fun.
But before all that my initial plan of the night was to take some photographs of my friends BMW 118i but before we knew it we were heading up to National Park. This was going to be my first time going not as a normal tourist drive but gunning it at the corners. I had to mentally prepare myself with some Initial D music to set the mood.
Even Initial D couldn't prepare me on how awesome these roads were. I can finally see why everyone likes tackling these corners like no tomorrow.
Near the end of the run was this downhill section which had a huge dip. It was certainly thrilling. Most of the corners in this section was ridiculously cambered, feeling as if its a roller coaster. The tight corners and steep dips certainly gave me a good adrenaline rush as if I was playing the Russian roulette and each corner was my turn to pull the trigger. At times the car would feel like it would lose traction and we would end up flying into the trees but the car itself behaved beautifully, setting well into each corner tightly.
Sea Cliff Bridge this section is something you absolutely cannot miss. Flooring it through this section was certainly thrilling along with the wide winding roads, passing the glistening ocean with the full moon was certainly something new for me and very enjoyable.
I wanna thank James for taking me out to Nasho and his remarkable driving skills.