The car he was riding on Paul Walker who was killed in a 2005 Porsche Carrera GT could not be handled by persons unaware of race cars, and could not move on any surface, so warned, in 2004, the business people who bought the vehicle.
By buying the Porsche Carrera GT, the company warned in a letter about its risks and dangers, “has all the disadvantages of a race car.”
The letter issued by Porsche to all buyers of this model specified risks could have the car in addition to not drive with the specifications made them the company.
“This vehicle can not pass over a can of beer that is dumped by her side,” read one of the letters that Porsche now had access ships and the American press.
“Carrera GT is the closest thing we will ever have a race car. The vehicle has all the disadvantages of a race car, “the company added.
“You need to be aware of the type of surface you’re driving on. For those who are not familiar with racing, the greatest dangers are related to risk surfaces. Generally auto racing are on smooth surfaces that are maintained daily, “said the letter sent.