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Sheriff's officials, which released a final report into the Santa Clarita crash Tuesday, along with California Highway Patrol crash experts found no evidence of any car system failures.
According to investigators, the Porsche took the sweeping right turn, veered, then hit the opposite curb, sending the car into a tree and then a light pole with tremendous force. The car spun and hit another tree on the vehicle's passenger side, then split into two pieces and caught fire.
Walker, 40, and Rodas, 38, a veteran race car driver, were killed almost instantly, succumbing to multiple traumatic injuries and the fire. Their bodies were found braced for impact in a "pugilistic" stance, according to the coroner's report.