Ronaldo's Car Was in Perfect Order Before the Crash
While the Manchester United star claims the accident was caused by moisture and oil on the road, police officers want to know whether there was something wrong with the car, which could have lead to the crash. However, Ferrari says the car was working “perfectly” before the impact, The Sun has learned. Well, it was perfect before Ronaldo decided to smash it. In fact, due to the impact, three of the four ceramic brake discs had shattered.
Nevertheless, Ferrari claims the “brakes as well as all the other safety systems worked perfectly and were in no way associated with the cause of the accident”. And as if their own testimony hadn't been trustworthy enough, Government vehicle examiners also say the same thing.
So, if the car had no defects, is it Ronaldo's careless style of driving to be blamed for the accident? We can not say for sure but cops are investigating this part as well. As for the Manchester United footballer, he totally denied driving carelessly. “I actually consider myself a good driver. I’ve never had an accident in six years, apart from this one,” he insisted.
Ok, ok, we got it. The police also got it, we're sure. But since you were involved in one of the most spectacular accidents of the year, police should carefully investigate the case and tell the whole world why it actually happened.
In addition, Ronaldo confessed: “I was unlucky, I caught oil on the road, a bit of ice and there you are.” You were unlucky? Jesus, are you listening to what you're saying? Please, think twice: you were unlucky to emerge completely unhurt after a crash of such proportions? Let's face it, nothing of these would have happened if it hadn't been for some speeding and careless driving at stake...