He was no stranger to fast cars, so when Paul Walker was killed while riding in a 2005 Porsche Carrera GT, the whole scenario was puzzling.
However, according to a new report, the car, driven by pal Roger Rodas, may have suffered a steering fluid leak that led to the collision.
An insider over at Walker and Roads’ car shop Always Evolving told press that there was possible evidence of a fluid burst and fluid trail just before the skid marks.
Furthermore, the markings on the pavement seemed to indicate that Rodas didn’t have control of the steering mechanism prior to impact, and a front-side fire also points to a fluid leak.
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