Debating and enumerating the best driving roads in the world is a frequent topic of discussion for petrolheads the world over.
China's champions in the great debate are typically the Friendship Highway between BFFs China and Pakistan, the Guoliang Tunnel Road carved into Henan's Taihang Mountains, and the Tianmen Mountain Pass in Hunan.
Well, looks like there's a new sheriff in town - in the form of Hubei Province's 'Sky Road' mountain pass. Located in western Hubei's Enshi Tujia and Miao Autonomous Prefecture, the Sky Road hugs the jagged hills as it slices its way down into the valley.
Fog curls around the switchbacks in springtime and in winter the daunting hairpin turns are made even more treacherous by snow and frost upon the surface.
Navigating the snaking path definitely takes above-average driving skills, so if you take on the Sky Road challenge just pray one of these cretins isn't behind the wheel as well...
[Images via Sina]