Video: A Collection Of Rogue Racer Supercars Put Up For Sale
In February, an auction will take place in Texas, at which it is planned to sell a collection of four supercars owned by Scott Tucker. The race car driver and owner of the Level 5 Motorsports racing team is serving a sentence for crimes related to his credit business.
- The collection includes a 2005 Porsche Carrer GT and three 2011 supercars: the Ferrari 599 SAperta, the Ferrari 599XX and the Porsche 911 GT2 RS. All of them are rare models and are in excellent condition. According to the publication Hagerty, in total they can bring more than two million dollars.
Scott Tucker was arrested in 2016 and charged with racketeering, violations in the issuance of microloans (they were provided at 700 percent per annum) and filing false declarations - his business, according to documents, was owned and operated by representatives of Native American tribes who are eligible for tax breaks.
In 2017, the court found Scott Tucker guilty and sentenced him to imprisonment for 16 years and eight months. The proceeds from the auction will go to compensate defrauded borrowers - the total amount of damage is almost $ 1.3 billion, of which only half a billion has been returned so far.
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