MARK!! i am glad you made it back safe and sound! Awesome write up and great pictures, loved the one where you hit 100000miles... See you around next year.. to bad i only put 20km on my car this year.
Nice pictures and writeup of your trip, but you should have came in September and included NSXPO in your trip. Then you would have seen lots of NSX's.:smile: Howard
Did it cost anything to drive through Chandelier Tree? And was there a long lineup of cars waiting to pass through it? Something I've always wanted to do.
Nice write up! What days were you through Salt Lake City and in St George? I was in St George last week 10-17 through 10-21.
Thanks for sharing.
I did 6300kms to NSXPO2012 and back in September. We shared some of the same route on the way down. Even with the two day HPDE event the car performed flawlessly.
My wife said it is our most comfortable highway car.
The NSX is more than capable for long distance driving. Even at 22 year old.
Below is two suitcases we were able to find that fit perfectly in the trunk. She gets 1.5, I get 0.5! Each one measures 25X17x10 inches.
Hey Q, I see that you and Warren Woodcox are both from the same place. Have you two met before? I happened to meet Warren along with lots of other great folks at NSXPO. Here's a picture of some of the cars at the hotel. Warren's car is the nearest, and mine is the third red in the nearest row.
My NSXPO trip was about 5100 miles, with stops at friends places in Terre Haute IN, Salinas KS, Albuquerque NM, and Las Vegas/ Henderson NV. Howard
Thanks for sharing, looks like a trip of a life time. I am aching to take the NSX on a NYC-LA road trip this spring, but am unsure I can fit the round trip into my schedule. Not sure 2 weeks for that round trip would be sufficient. Did you find your exhaust bothersome on a road trip like this?
Right on. It's all about the story, and you'll have plenty after this. I love the "wingin' it" strategy. Last July I drove from Phoenix to Milwaukee, was there < 24 hours, and then started on my way back via a totally different route. I think it was around a 4,000 mile trip.Ridiculous? Sure. Ambitious? Most certainly. But the story will make it all worthwhile.
Awesome!! Proof again that us Grand Prix White NSX owners are more than happy to seek out miles and off the wall adventures in our cars! Kudos! :biggrin:
Thanks for sharing, awesome trip. BTW, noticed no spare tire .... Weren't you worried of getting a flat tire in the middle of nowhere? That is a thought that still makes me keep mine around.