A drive near Los Angeles with Dani Clos

WRITTEN BY: RS: @davidlopean

PHOTOS BY: RS: @davidacedo

There’s nothing better for a Friday morning than driving one of the best roads in the United States. We’re talking about the Angeles Crest Highway, which begins just north of Los Angeles and winds its way through the San Gabriel Mountains and Angeles Crest Highway for 66 miles of fun curves.

This time we were joined by Dani Clos (RS: @daniclos), ex-Formula 1 driver and one of the most famous Spanish YouTubers for automotive enthusiasts, who came with us on his first trip to California. But he wasn’t the only race driver who came along, as we were joined by amateur racer Jeff Shulem (RS: @pitdaddy), who raced with Porsche Owners Club in the BSR class, and Nico Silva (RS: @thenicosilva), who currently competes in the GT4 South European Series in a new Aston Martin Vantage for the team Group Virage.

But as this is about the cars, let’s take a look at the list of attendees, beginning with the Ferrari 458 Italia owned by Ric (RS: @moni.anple) spec’d in the beautiful red Rosso Corsa, as well as two exclusive Porsche 981 Boxter Sypders. And to finish it off, a Mini John Cooper Works in the always-classic and spectacular British Racing Green.

We enjoyed one of the best routes on the west coast of the United States as we took video and photos, until arriving to the famous Newcomb’s Ranch. This spot is well-known for its great atmosphere and location along a stretch that is regularly visited by car enthusiasts. Its postcard-worthy surroundings are no less. This marked the end of the drive, but was accompanied by a nice breakfast while sharing stories and driving experiences. Listening to the crazy racing stories from only those who have lived it like Dani Clos, Jeff Shulen, y Nico Silva.

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