Racecar driver Ken Tucker found guilty in payday loan scam

FILE- In this March 19, 2010, file photo, Level 5 Motorsports driver Scott Tucker waits in his Oreca FLM09 on pit row during a break in the morning practice session for the American Le Mans Series’ 12 Hours of Sebring auto race in Sebring, Fla. On Friday, Oct. 13, 2017, a federal jury in New York found Tucker and his former lawyer guilty of preying on vulnerable borrowers through a $2 billion payday loan business that charged 700 percent interest or more. They were each found guilty of 14 counts including money laundering and racketeering. (AP Photo/Steve Nesius, File)

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