NSX Australia Part 5

Today was the last day and we were free to do as we wished. A group of us wanted to continue driving around the lower part of the state while others enjoyed what Hobart had to offer.
NSX Australia
NSX Australia
NSX Australia
First stop was of course breakfast.
NSX Australia
I was really happy to bump into Tomiyoshi-san and Uehara-san at the Salamanca Markets as it was my last chance to speak with them. We had a little chat, took a photo together and said our goodbyes.
NSX Australia
After breakfast, we went back to the hotel to plan our route.
NSX Australia
Off we went.
NSX Australia
Found some 98 Octane petrol.
NSX Australia
Only 12 pairs of these Carbon 6 Super GT mirrors were made.
NSX Australia
NSX Australia
Route locked in and ready to roll.
NSX Australia
NSX Australia
Michael’s NA2 was one of my favourites.
NSX Australia
After one section, we went back on the highway to find more.
NSX Australia
NSX Australia
Malcolm was driving really well in the S2000.
NSX Australia
I was lucky to have a ride in Michael’s NSX too.
NSX Australia
Only 16,000?!?
NSX Australia
We just completed another touge run.
NSX Australia
Bought some food to eat because we were starving.
NSX Australia
NSX Australia
Then it was time to head to the airport to drop me off.
NSX Australia
This trip was very special to me and I’m glad I was given the opportunity to be a part of it. The event was well organised and I met some great people. As I said in Part 1, the Honda NSX is my dream car and when I get one, it’s time for a road trip down to Tasmania. Who’s with me?

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