Hardcore Racing’s Ronnie Duke Still On The Run From The Feds
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All of the trappings of the good life — race cars, helicopters, powerboats, and even race horses — were seized when the authorities moved in. And then, one day in , he turned himself in and gave up the goods on all 15 of his co-conspirators. The houses that were a part of his scam have fallen into disrepair, continuing the wreckage of the Detroit area in the process, with no apparent way for prospective buyers to overcome the shoddy paperwork to reclaim the real estate. Build your own custom newsletter with the content you love from Dragzine, directly to your inbox, absolutely FREE!
The Truth About Hardcore Motorsports
It was not long ago when 9 seconds, and even 10 seconds were seemingly impossible barriers for a production-based block. No matter how much you bore, stroke, spray or boost it, you can only get but so far. So when Michigan speedshop Hardcore Motorsports began walking down that lonely road to become the first LS1 in the country to break into the sevens, it would also be carrying the hopes and dreams of the entire F-body community on its back.