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Paul Walker(Fast and Furious) dead at 40 in a car crash.

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not trying to be funny, but damn.... Of all tjings he dies in a car wreck? Too much irony



I honestly never seen much of Paul Walker's stuff and I never even really seen the F&F movies since they never interested me but my condolences to his family for their loss.



RIP in peace



Jdevil3 said:





Too soon brah



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He went out fast in the most furious way.



Obviously it's to early to know the future of the fast film series and Paul is irreplaceable to the series, maybe Tyrese Gibson's character should become the main character of the films, that way Paul Walker's character will be always be tied into the films :(



 

I'm late to post on this one but very sad news. Also they really should stop making cars that have their fuel tanks in the front the most violent crashed always occur in front collisions so the chance of the fuel tank catching on fire and exploding is very high.



Mmmfishtacos said:


Ryan duns (from jack ass) porch did the same thing. I believe the fule tank is in the front of the car. Being that it mid engine real wheel drive and the gas cap is in the front fender.  

It is.

All mid-engine Porches have had the fuel tank in the front, in front of the firewall. 

There really is a benefit to having a huge chunk of iron or aluminum between you and whatever is ahead of you.  Not to mention the silliness/stupidity of a gas tank in front, which could leak, and a hot engine and exhaust in back that can run over the leaking fuel.   



Riachu said:
I honestly never seen much of Paul Walker's stuff and I never even really seen the F&F movies since they never interested me but my condolences to his family for their loss.

The first one was the only good one.  And I think Tokyo Drift is universally panned.