Witnesses estimated 20-year-old Emile Dousset may have been going as fast as 200km/h when the Nissan Skyline GT-R hit a slight dip in the road and became airborne.
Mr Dousset, his front-seat passenger Karl Homer, 33, and 15-year-old Natasha Schyf all died instantly on a suburban Central Coast road. Ms Schyf was seven months' pregnant.
Damn pedophiles....Miss Schyf, the girlfriend of Mr Homer, had been due to have her first child in early January.
i know this is a tragedy but i wouldnt necessarily blame the car. i think in most circumstances it would be the driver's fault unless you can directly prove that the car accelerated itself into a pole.pancreas said:Thats why the skyline was never brought to the US...Nissan would've had too big a liability on its hands. (Sued for too much HP)
The top of the line R34 GTR Spec-V IIs were only rated at 276hp. Of course we all know that is bullsh*t and it puts out about that much to the wheel, but there are plenty of cars now that push over 300 whp (Corvette, 911s, Vipers, Cobra)pancreas said:Thats why the skyline was never brought to the US...Nissan would've had too big a liability on its hands. (Sued for too much HP)