On June 5, Miami will witness one of the world’s most expensive traffic jams. More than a hundred supercars will line up at the start of a week-long, hard-driving, hard-partying, 3,000-mile journey across two continents. Anyone can take part. All you need is a suitable car. Oh, and £40,000 (approximately $67,000) for the entry fee. Still interested?
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The Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan is not natural terrain for modern transport. For centuries, the Bhutanese moved around their relentlessly mountainous land on foot, carrying their belongings on mules or yaks. The first roads were not carved into the near-vertical mountainsides until the 1960s. The country’s only international airport, at Paro, was not able to handle jets until 1988.