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So Much More than Fast and Furious
 

Remembering Paul Walker

So Much More than Fast and Furious
 
Posted December 10 2013 07:18 AM by Maximus Matthewson 
Filed under: Opinions, Opinions

Paul Walker

By now most of you have heard about Paul Walker's unfortunate death on November 30, 2013. Most people have been sharing compassion for his life and passion for the automotive industry. Being a star of the Fast and Furious franchise of movies, Paul fueled the aftermarket automotive industry and brought it to new generations.


We have all made fun of the franchise not being "authentic" or "realistic" but what movie is? When was the last time you watched Finding Nemo and said, "that's exactly what it's like under the ocean"? The truth is that a lot of younger generations saw that movie and it sparked a fire inside them. While it may not be an accurate portrayal of street racing, it did help the industry grow, and that is what matters.

Without movies like F&F, we might not even have an aftermarket automotive industry. So it goes without saying that the loss of Paul Walker not only affected fans of the franchise, but his death rocked the whole automotive industry.

As a tribute to Paul's life, share with us your stories of what got you into trucks. We will select a few lucky people to win copies of Fast & Furious 6.

Send us an email to editorsinbox@truckin.com.

Rest in Peace Paul

Paul Walker

Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, Dwayne Johnson and Michelle Rodriguez lead a cast of returning all-stars as the global blockbuster franchise built on speed delivers the biggest adrenaline rush yet in this explosive extended version, Fast & Furious 6. Available on Blu-ray™ Combo Pack and DVD 12/10/13 from Universal Studios Home Entertainment



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