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    Continuing to take advantage of the good weather, took the NSX out again for another cross country run to enjoy the Stoptech’s .. almost 14 yrs and still enjoying every drive!
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    My car in Switzerland last week. Managed to tack on a quick run over the Klausenpass to a trip to Zurich - absolutely spectacular!
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    Nice weather last week here in Switzerland. I live in the very near but avoid the Klausenpass due to its narrow streets. I hope you did other passes as well.

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    It really was lovely weather!

    We went over the Grimsel and Furka passes a couple of days later. I would happily have done more, but time was limited and my better half is rather more into walking over mountains than driving over them. Not a bad compromise; there are more passes left to do another time and the view is even better after you've hiked up the mountain for a couple of hours.

    I don't recall thinking the Klausenpass was that narrow at the time! I suppose the traffic was surprisingly light when we were there - there were some stretches where getting stuck behind a bus or meeting one coming the other way could have led to a significant delay . . .

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    Grimsel and Furka are lovely, old school Goldfinger-like. My favorite ones are the Nufenenpass and the Sustenpass. Both are well known by car enthusiasts also from GB (we've once met a group of Ariel Atoms). I use to drive them fast (within the speed limits of course plus a 'payable' safety margin ) that's why I think that maybe 20 % of the Furkapass and the Klausenpass are a little bit problematic on weekends.

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