What a waste. Unseen footage has emerged of Paul Walker visiting Mine’s Motor Sports in Japan, as his daughter Meadow Walker receives $10.1 million in a settlement for the Furious 7 star’s death. Click to see the video.
Unseen footage of the late Paul Walker visiting the world renowned GT-R performance shop, Mine’s Motor Sports in Japan has emerged on YouTube, just after his daughter Meadow Walker, 17, was awarded $10.1 million in a settlement case for his death.
In the clip, which is sure to draw tears to your eyes, Paul can seen test-driving Mine’s modified R35 GT-R. His love of motor sport really shines through as he screams excitedly when taking the 600-horsepower, all-wheel-drive vehicle for a spin.
Apparently, the alleged footage was unearthed by the GTChannel while they were moving offices. They posted it on their YouTube channel, and are kindly giving any proceeds made through the video views to the Paul Walker Foundation charity.
“We share this as a tribute to Paul’s passion for cars, good humor, and a reminder of the gravity of such a loss,” GTChannel revealed in a statement. ‘All proceeds from this video will be donated to the Paul Walker Foundation, a charity launched by Paul’s daughter as a tribute to his enduring legacy.’
The video comes after Meadow, Paul’s beloved daughter, was awarded $10.1 million in a legal settlement following her father’s untimely death. In 2014, Paul was a passenger in a car being driven by Roger Rodas that lost control and the pair lost their lives. Roger was found “partly to blame for the fatal accident,” according to the court hearing.
Meadow is said to receive $7 million from the settlement, with her attorney Jeff Milam believed to earn $3 million, according to TMZ.
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