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Feds Launch Investigation Into Ex-Con Racing Champ Scott Tucker [Scott Tucker]

3 years agoVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

Two-time American Le Mans Series Champion Scott Tucker and his team Level 5 Motorsports turned a small fortune into checkered flags, but now the Federal Trade Commission is investigating the deceptive business practices that funded his racing dreams. More »
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