What if you have an Audi R8 Spyder and its that time of the year when the mountain passes are too frozen for cyclists and bikers, not to mention most cars? You engage Quattro and go for it, hoping the authorities haven't blocked the roads.
Hahntennjoch is a high mountain pass in the Austrian Alps. It climbs up to 6,243 feet, and it is also generally closed from November to April by an automatic system that shuts the road in case it's blocked by snow or something worse. But Drivetribe's Henry Catchpole got lucky. With 540 naturally-aspirated horses and less grippy winter tires, he hit all the hairpins and tunnels Europe's breathtaking peaks can offer. Top down, full throttle, for one last pass.