Craig Gore imprisoned for two years on fraud convictions

Craig Gore imprisoned for two years on fraud convictions

27 November 2020

- IndyCar, Supercars

Former Supercars and Champ Car team owner Craig Gore has been sentenced to five years imprisonment with a non-parole period of two years after being found guilty of fraud in a Brisbane court Read More

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