Originally Posted by CrazyPhuD
Heh the person who wrote that doesn't really understand how cars work(or at least the person who released that). Power steering fluid leaks are not a point of critical failure. If you lose fluid you don't lose steering, you lose power assist to your steering which means the wheel becomes noticeably harder to turn. He would still have been able to turn, just not usually as sharply as if with power steering. If he didn't turn it wasn't a power steering fluid 'leak'.
It might have been a linkage failure or some other issue but not simply fluid...
I think we would need to know more about the technology Porsche uses in a new Carrera GT before we can determine what did or didn't cause it.
I'm probably wrong, but i'd think a $500K Porsche super car is a bit more complex than your everyday chevy.