The correct way to celebrate the life of a gearhead.
When famous hard partier F1 driver James Hunt died, his will stated that his friends and family spend $7,500 dollars he had set aside to throw a huge party with free-flowing booze. While Paul Walker is just as famous of a gearhead, his style is a bit different. That's why gearheads in De Meern, Netherlands, held a Paul Walker Drive to commemorate a man who brought joy to a lot of people. The gathering was packed even two years after his death, proving that Walker had a ton of fans worldwide.
You can hear engines snapping off flames, a perfect version of the three-volley salute for any car fan.