En USA, claro. :roll: Aunque el razonamiento es totalmente peresiano. Video, gracias a Cris http://188.8.131.52/dl/aa4b7913aecbbd8b2467464971901006/449a4610/q4328k/Porsche%20Carrera%20Gt%20Deadly%20Crash.mpeg ...o en: http://www.sendspace.com/file/q4328k La viuda del propietario de este Carrera GT, muerto en unión de su amigo en esta colisión (?) en un track day en el circuito de La Jolla a 50 kms de LA, emplea entre otros el argumento siguiente: el carrera GT " es demasiado dificil de conducir a alta velocidad para conductores medios sin formación específica" . Ambos iban con casco y cinturones. Procurad no hablar bien del coche o acabaréis como codemandados a este paso. "Last summer, Benjamin Miles Keaton and Corey Nicholas Rudl died on a race track in San Diego County when Keaton, the driver, lost control of his Porsche Carrera GT and crashed into a wall. Now Rudl’s widow is suing the Keaton’s estate, the race track, the track day organizers, and Porsche (for selling an “unsafe” car). Both men were in their 30s, were very wealthy, and both knew what they were getting into. Both were wearing helmets and seatbelts. The lawsuit against Porsche alleges that the Carrera GT is “too difficult a car to handle at high speeds for the average driver without instruction.” The Leftlane Perspective: People make choices. This tragedy is not the fault of Porsche or those who planned the track day. Keaton and Rudl made a choice, and their families need to accept that. There’s not always someone to blame. " "The La Jolla men were not burned but died of crash injuries, Supervising Deputy Coroner Randy Emon said. Both men were wearing helmets and safety belts but the car was doing more than 100 mph when it crashed, authorities said. "The driver's side was in good shape, but the passenger side was obliterated," Emon said. The accident occurred while the track was being rented by the San Diego chapter of the Ferrari Owners Club, speedway spokesman Dennis Bickmeier said. Clubs commonly use the speedway when professional races aren't going on, he said. The men are the fourth and fifth fatalities at California Speedway since it opened in 1997. Fontana is 55 miles east of downtown Los Angeles."