Another MotoGP rider with tax "issues"

Discussion in 'Motorcycle Racing' started by Michael.Pasturi@gmail.com, Aug 15, 2007.

  1. Guest

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  2. Guest

    I don't see why not when you can avoid it. Loyalty/patriotism and
    paying tax are totally two separate things. lol

    In the case of Loris, I think he should be safe since he lives in
    Monaco (they don't pay tax there). But then again the whole European
    Union thing is all too confusing (I don't think Monaco is part of the
    EU the last time I checked).
     
    , Aug 16, 2007
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  3. Andrew Guest


    They all need to move the the Isle of Man.

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    Andrew, Aug 16, 2007
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  4. Mark N Guest

    Doesn't do any good if you're outside the law, unless you only race
    the TT going forward - Loris sets foot on the ground at Mugello or
    Misano and he'd be wisked away to the pokey for sure. But now he's
    signed on with Suzuki, so can work off his debt to society just like
    Barros has been doing the last couple years...
     
    Mark N, Aug 17, 2007
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  5. Barros: debt to society? It was a debt to Galouises or somebody like that.
     
    Carl Sundquist, Aug 17, 2007
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  6. Julian Bond Guest

    Although I jokingly suggested it, I doubt Rossi or Capirossi are at any
    risk just for being in Italy at least until the tax demand has been
    tested in court *and* they've failed to pay it.
     
    Julian Bond, Aug 17, 2007
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