The car is An 80-year-old man this weekend in London, died after he crashed his car in 1903. It’s going to be the wealthy oliemagnaat, Ron Carey, from canada Calgary, alberta, canada. The man sat himself down, probably took a wrong turn during a rally. He was sitting behind the wheel of a Knox Runabout ‘Old Porcupine’ vehicle and in 1903, during the London to Brighton Veteran Car Run.
The accident on the British motorway, the M23 was by the car collided with a pick-up truck.Carey, a collector of vintage cars, with a total value of 3.8 million pounds (nearly € 4.4 million), and is a well-known member of the oldtimerclubs in his home town,died after he was out of his car and was ejected, two others were injured. Probably up to the 80-year-old man, accidentally hit the highway, after making a wrong turn had been taken. On the highway, he was hit by a truck.
get The vehicle that the man was killed it was called a Knox Runabout ‘Old Porcupine’ in 1903, and a car with an 8pk-horsepower engine and a top speed of only 56 per hour. Therefore, the difference in speed with the rest of the traffic is questionable groot.De the man died on the spot. His wife, with a serious head injury in a helicopter to the hospital.
Rick Pikulski, a friend of the millionaire, also told the CTV News in Calgary, alberta, canada. : “I’ve known Ron for nearly 40 years, he was a well-respected and sought-after. His passing is a tremendous loss.”Another friend, who preferred not to be named, wanted to be, he said datCarey died while he was doing what he loved: driving a car.“He was very professional, and always rode in these cars. There, he was very much of that.”
According to the eenwoordvoerder of the rally was the car’s registered in the London-to-Brighton Rally is a special rally for pre-war cars. It goes without saying that the car is from 1903, and all of the basisveiligheidssystemen of the modern cars are missing. It was probably not even seat belts on.