While blazing up to a victory last month at the final Formula USA National Thunderbike race at Homestead-Miami Speedway, David Estok nailed his third win of the season and locked up a runner-up finish in the championship. And speaking of lock ups, the Evo-Twin Racing/Harding Harley-Davidson rider was presented with an additional sanction this past weekend…a warrant by the Volusia Bureau of Investigation. Busted with an extensive marijuana growing facility on his property (strategically placed inside a mobile home), Estok was charged with cultivation and possession of approximately 180 plants along with possession of OxyContin and paraphernalia. Word is not yet out if F-USA plans to award Estok the prestigious One-Percent decoration.
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