Why an Indy 500 winner sued Paul Gentilozzi and won (Update) UPDATE Gentilozzi had to put up more than $6M in real estate equity to guarantee payment, plus agreed to sell real estate and Hunter-Reay would get 75% of the net proceeds.
05/19/17 Paul Gentilozzi fired one of the best race car drivers in the world.
Ryan Hunter-Reay would go on to win the Indianapolis 500 and many other races.
But not before he sued Gentilozzi writes Christopher Haxel of the Lansing State Journal.
He won, but Gentilozzi paid only $230 of a $2.7 million judgement.
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