posted on Jan, 28 2014 @ 02:33 PM
reply to post by VeritasAequitas
According to the official story, this car wasn't in 'perfect working condition'. Mainstream media reported at least a power-steering error and
possibly brake issues.
Source? Only thing I have read was that it was stalling.
These guys wouldn't take a car joyriding at 90+ mph in a 40 mph zone when they knew this.
If they knew what? That it was stalling? It actually makes a lot of sense, though, not very responsible. If it was stalling, testing it at
high rpms is very reasonable (though, again, not very responsible)
They are much smarter than that
Two self proclaimed adrelanine junkies. 'Nuff said.
.. Combine this with the story that they had just left a relief charity...
The story? You mean the one purported by multiple witnesses and backed by photographic evidence?
Come on they are going to be more responsible than that...
Thats an area WELL KNOWN for racing. You think its the first time they took a car out around there?
Any car, especially a sports car, is dangerous if you are going exceptionally fast; however, you had a professional driver operating the vehicle in
The sports car Paul Walker died in was so gnarly to drive ... Porsche WARNED its dealers, in writing, about letting just anyone drive the
vehicle ... because it's hyper sensitive to road conditions. TMZ obtained a copy of a memo sent from Porsche HQ to multiple dealers in the Midwest
back in 2004 ... right before the $500K Carrera GT went on sale -- and it explains how ridiculously powerful the car is, but also that ... "this
vehicle cannot drive over a Foster Beer can that is lying on its side." Read more:
I just don't believe this fantastic myth that they would be so irresponsible.
Its a 'fantastic myth' that two people who fully admitted they were speed and adrenaline junkies would take a sports car out?
Ergo, the whole story is questionable.
Anything is questionable. You have yet to provide ANYTHING that backs up the notion that your questions are valid.
. How could the car blow up like that if they weren't going that fast?
At 100+ mph,after being split in two, any car could 'blow up' (although, thats not what happened, it started on fire, it didnt 'blow up')
Not to mention, that the collision occurred at the front end of the vehicle. That car was like..... wrapped around that twig of a tree... It just
doesn't logically make sense.
It hit a lightpole first.
Again, please do some research.