Motorcycle Cause of Paul Walker accident riding Porsche Carrera GT

13 May

Detail specification and motor features of Cause of Paul Walker accident riding Porsche Carrera GT, the detail information

Cause of Paul Walker accident riding Porsche Carrera GT – The cause of the death of actor Brian O’Conner in The Fast and the Furious, Paul Walker, in a single accident while riding Porsche Carrera GT is still unknown.

Porsche Carrera GT

Police continue to investigate the main factors in order to uncover the fateful incident. While the car company Porsche maker just leave a comment.

Cause of Paul Walker accident riding Porsche Carrera GT
After read from Newsdrive.com, Porsche said it had contacted the police investigation California and offer help.
Communications Director of Porsche, Hans-Gerb Bode said they were ready to cooperate with the police and help as much as possible. “They can get help from us for investigation if needed,” said Bode.

“At this moment we can not say anything, but we have seen the same picture as there is,” he continued.
Bode hope, investigators in the United States can contact the automaker in order to learn more about the cause of the car accident.

“We think so, it’s a normal thing for them to investigate. Whatever they need, we still have a close look at the car. Then we can figure out what might happen,” Bode added.

For information, Porsche Carrera GT powered 5.7-liter V10 engine, which powers the car is twice that of cars in general. But unfortunately, the cars produced in 2004-2007 that does not include devices such data logging devices that exist on today’s latest cars. And if there is a device, the accident cause information will be readily known.

Of the total production run of Porsche Carrera GT is 1,270 units, this is the first time scene of the car accident until someone was killed instantly when using the Carrera GT.


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