F1 Fanatic - IndyCar
IndyCar returnee Juan Pablo Montoya is being pursued by the IRS for $2.7m in unpaid taxes according to Forbes:
Montoya may at least be able to get advice from his future Penske IndyCar team mate Helio Castroneves who in 2009 was acquitted after the IRS said he owed $2.3m.
Montoya will win the 500 now. Guaranteed.
McDonalds bracing for a drop in sales.
freaking LOL @ mcdonalds comment!
Eh, the IRS has chased quite a few foreign athletes. Never amounts to anything in the end, and this is a civil suit so the most they can do is make him pay up. F1 drivers avoid tax by hanging out in Switzerland, so who cares?
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