I don't have a favorite road. There are too many to name one. Where I live, the fun roads start as soon as I roll off of my driveway.
There are cruising roads like the Blue Ridge Parkway near by. It's good for some fantastic views and I'll drive it when I'm in a cruising mood. There are too many tourists on it that have never seen trees or curves before, and this being America, can't be bothered to pull out on the many pull outs to let you by, because that's their right to drive 20mph with the brake on the whole freaking way.
The Rattler is on the other side of the mountain from me and the Tail of the Dragon is a bit farther. They lean more for the people who like to drive, but they can get a bit busy and the cops are usually lurking about, especially on the Dragon.
My favorite roads are the back twisty country roads. I'm not talking high speeds, just a good feel for the road. You don't have to be going all that fast to have fun in our little go karts anyway. I don't even look at the speedometer. I go by feel and the sound of the engine. All I need now is to get my tranny regeared for this area. I don't need no stinkin highways.
The Deliverance Run was a blast. Maybe we can do it again in the future. A few of you gearheads just need to move on over here before it gets ridiculous.