Scott Tucker went from rookie to champion racer with funds from a wildly lucrative group of payday lending business. But after years of lawsuits and trouble with the Federal Trade Commission, Tucker was arrested today, and a criminal indictment alleges a years-long marathon of illegal lending practices that exploited…
The hammer has finally come down on Scott Tucker, the American Le Mans Series champion and millionaire long dogged by lawsuits and investigations over his payday lending businesses. Tucker was arrested in Kansas today and indicted on federal charges over what is said to be “massive scheme,” according to news reports…
A seemingly well-sourced Bloomberg article has the Manhattan U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara working with the FBI to bring rackateering charges against payday loan mogal/racer/human garbage Scott Tucker.
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.
Scott Tucker used questionable business practices to become a millionaire. Now the mysterious and secretive businessman from Kansas is spending his fortune to become a famous auto racer.
Last week, at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, a rookie from Leawood, Kansas made history. Scott Tucker was the first American allowed to race one of Audi's multimillion-dollar, 200-mph diesel prototypes. Amazingly, he was fast.
The 12 Hours of Sebring is one of the oldest motorsport events in the country, a day-long torture test that takes place on one of the roughest circuits in the world. Amazing glow-in-the-dark eye candy below the jump.