A judge in California may have decreed that Porsche was not responsible for the Carrera GT crash that killed Fast & Furious actor Paul Walker and his friend, driver Roger Rodas, but Walker’s daughter Meadow already received a considerable settlement from Rodas’ estate.
Some “lost footage” of Paul Walker driving a Mine’s Motor Sports tuned 600 horsepower Nissan GT-R turned up, and it’s just six minutes of the late Fast & Furious actor having a blast.
A federal judge in California today ruled that Porsche is not at fault for the 2013 crash in a Carrera GT that killed Fast & Furious actor Paul Walker and his friend Roger Rodas. The ruling was made in a lawsuit brought against the automaker by Rodas’ widow.
The father of actor Paul Walker is also filing a wrongful death lawsuit against Porsche, almost exactly two years after his son was killed in a fiery Carrera GT crash in California.
In its answer to the wrongful death lawsuit Meadow Walker filed on behalf of her father, Porsche Cars North America said in court documents filed late last week that Paul Walker’s “death, and all other injuries or damages claimed, were the result of [his] own comparative fault.”
Nearly two years after Paul Walker’s fatal crash riding passenger in a Porsche Carrera GT, the actor’s now 16-year-old daughter has filed a lawsuit against the automaker claiming the Carrera GT is “a dangerous car that doesn’t belong on the street.”
Now that the Fast and Furious film franchise has gone from that movie that made you do burnouts in the parking lot with your ‘97 Civic EX, to a full-fledged international juggernaut, car collectors will be looking to get a piece of the action. Now is your chance to own the “10 second” Supra that started it all.
Recently, the movie Furious 7, the 7th installment in the Fast and Furious franchise, hit theaters. I haven’t seen it yet, but I’m told the movie is a fitting goodbye to one of the automotive world’s most beloved actors, Paul Walker. Unfortunately, Walker tragically lost his life on November 30th, 2013 in a car crash…
The seventh Fast & the Furious movie is upon us. This is an exciting time.
When the first Fast and Furious movie was released, I was a 14-year-old in ruby-colored Roxy shorts who didn’t think about anything but Paul Walker, Blink-182, and surfing. I’d obviously never been surfing or even seen the Pacific Ocean, but I really identified with the laid-back SoCal beach vibes sold to me in the …
1. Furious 7 has a scene I have been waiting a long, long time to see in a movie, and it happens twice. Two cars facing each other from opposite sides of the street. Two men, nostrils flaring, glowering, revving their engines, respective erect penises in hand. They shift into gear. They floor it. They speed directly…
It's pretty crazy that spending more than $200 million to CGI the late Paul Walker into Fast & Furious 7 was more cost effective than just starting the film over from scratch without him. Now the studio behind the latest Fast it pushing hard for an insurance claim reportedly in excess of $50 million.
There is a 2003 legally imported RS6 Avant that was owned by Walker for sale on Ebay. Well that is just great...not only is this a super rare car, but because it was attached to Walker the price is going to be ridiculous. Current bid is 57,400 and the reserve has not yet been met.
The world learned Roger Rodas' name in the most unfortunate way late last November when he and actor/racer Paul Walker were killed in the Porsche Rodas was piloting. Less than six months after his loss, his name will be brought back to the spotlight in a fitting tribute by a young Australian driver making his debut at…
"No, nope, nah, no thanks, never, don't do this. WHY. Stop it. Just stop." That will be the resounding outcry of true fans on the April 10, 2015 release day of Fast & Furious 7, which is set to feature a patchwork of Paul Walker computer regenerations and slapdash body doubles. The decision is a dishonorable one, and…
A witness to the car crash that killed actor Paul Walker last November is selling a few things he looted from the accident scene, including "a soiled pair of Maui Jim sunglasses" that Walker was wearing when he died.