New Delaware Involuntary Chapter 11 Filing – Speed Vegas
Creditors have filed an involuntary petition for relief under Chapter 11 against Speed Vegas, a Las Vegas, Nev.-based recreational racetrack that serves as the home studio and track for the “Top Gear America” television series (Case No. 17-11752). The petitioning creditors are Phil Fiore, Velocita, LLC, Aaron Fessler, EME Driving, LLC, Thomas Garcia, Sloan-Speed, LLC and T-VV, LLC, each of who claims at least $5,529 due on Notes for which Stein Harris serves as the Collateral Agent. In the involuntary petition, the petitioning creditors allege that Speed Vegas is not paying its undisputed debts as they become due. No claims or noticing agent has been proposed. The case has been assigned to the Honorable Kevin J. Carey.
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