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NASCAR asks Ohio Supreme Court to hit brakes on $550,000 tax bill

Kyle Larson celebrates after winning a NASCAR Cup Series auto race and championship on Sunday, Nov. 7, 2021, in Avondale, Ariz. NASCAR asked the Ohio Supreme Court on Tuesday to reverse a ruling that it owes almost $550,000 in unpaid taxes, interest and penalties. (AP Photo/Rick Scuteri)AP

COLUMBUS, Ohio — NASCAR asked the Ohio Supreme Court on Tuesday to wipe out $549,520 it owes the state in unpaid taxes, interest and penalties, arguing the taxes are unconstitutional.

Specifically, NASCAR Holdings Inc. is challenging Ohio’s commercial activity tax, which is assessed on almost all companies with gross receipts of over $150,000 in the state, regardless of whether they are located in Ohio.

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