An examination has bring into being that the high act Porsche that the Fast & Furious actor Paul Walker was riding in was roving up to 150 kmph when it crashed and burst into infernos, killing him and the driver, Los Angeles Times reported on 25th March.
The rate of speed was resolute using shadowing videos and electronic data recovered from the car's computers with the help of the carmaker, according to the examination by the LA County Sheriff's Department.
Porsche Carrera GT 2005, driven by Walker's friend, Roger Rodas, was travelling about twice the 70kmh edge when it collided on a curvy road in a Santa Clarita business park on 30th November last year, investigators found.
They have also brought into being that a pair of nine-year-old tyres contributed to the crash. There was no indication of any car system failures, such as the brakes, according to the report.
Paul Walker and Roger were killed almost promptly; give way to multiple traumatic injuries and a fire that speedily consumed the car.
Paul Walker died of "severe blunt head, neck and chest trauma", underneath broken arm, wrist, jaw and ribs, according to the coroner's report. The fire burned his body beyond recognition.
Roger suffered similar injuries and a cracked skull.