Road Bumps May Have Killed Paul Walker

Tila Tequila may think Paul Walker’s death was a ritualistic killing, but stunt experts that Walker’s family have been in touch with believe road bumps called Botts’ Dots may have lead to his death. Botts’ Dots are reflective markers used to divide lanes on highways and roads and function similarly to rumble strips providing tactile feedback to drivers when they pass over them.

Experts theorize that the Porsche was going at such a high rate of speed, 90 mph, that when the car hit one of the dots, it hydroplaned and caused the driver to lose control. This coupled with the racing tires the Porsche had made regaining control near impossible.

Lending credence to this theory is a memo Porsche sent to dealers in 2004 warning them about the Carrera GT, “This vehicle cannot drive over a Foster Beer can that is lying on its side.  It will crush the can and damage the carbon fiber under panels,” adding, “You need to be aware of what type of road surface you are on (dips, pot holes, seam heights, etc.).”

So the question remains. Was it these dots that compromised control of the Porsche causing it to hydroplane and crash — a theory that Jalopnik rightfully attempts to debunk — or was it the work of the illuminati? I think the answer is pretty obvious. *Suspiciously stares at triangle drawn on notebook*

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