Racer Scott Tucker Sentenced To Over 16 Years In Prison For Illegal Payday Lending Scheme

Former American Le Mans Series champion Scott Tucker was sentenced to 16 years and 8 months in prison for illegal payday lending practices, reports The Kansas City Star. The $2 billion lending enterprise funded Tucker’s lavish lifestyle, which included racing an Audi LMP1 at Le Mans as well as his Level 5 Motorsports …

Indicted Racer Who Funded Rides With Payday Loans Forced To Give Up Posh $8,000 A Month Lifestyle

Indicted former American Le Mans Series champion and payday lending mogul Scott Tucker will no longer be able to tap into his frozen assets to maintain his lavish lifestyle, reports The Kansas City Star. How lavish? Tucker has been living off of $99,000 in the last five months for their many “spa, steakhouse, country…

Racer Scott Tucker Arrested In Apparently 'Massive' Payday Lending Scheme  

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…