Gordon / Bowyer Controversy, Federer Defeats Murray
NASCAR: Controversy between Gordon and Bowyer
The last spark of controversy that erupted from the 4-time NASCAR champion Jeff Gordon and Michael Waltrip Racing´s Clint Bowyer has reached terms that will most likely condemn both drivers to serious regulatory sanctions. The latest occurrence took place this last Sunday, November, in the AadvoCare 500 Race at the Phoenix International Raceway, which has turned official´s attentions to both NASCAR drivers.
According to reports elaborated by Bowyer´s racing team the All-American champ Gordon contributed to wreck Clint´s No. 15 Toyota Camry. Still, perhaps the comment which has escalated the event to an unquestionable degree of tension was Gordon´s declaration in which he admittedly agreed with Clint´s allegations claiming that he was fed up with Bowyer´s previous altercations against various members of Hendrick Motorsports Team. According to Bowyer´s declarations previous crashes have resulted from unintentional acts that are common to the sport, and that its truly disappointing to see a NASCAR champions such as Gordon disrespecting basic sportsmanship principles.
According to NASCAR´s competition vice president Robin Pemberton more the case between Gordon and Bowyer must be looked at in detail. Pemberton assured fans that he would have a crew examining the case, previous altercations, to determine an appropriate outcome for this unfortunate occurrence. Still, as usual, the vice president once again avoided to release any details on the penalties that these two drivers could face. According to Pemberton himself it’s of no use to release any insight on penalties or sanctions that may not even end up applying. He also assured NASCAR fans that they would continue to mediate between Gordon´s and Bowyer´s teams to appease the situation and hopefully reach an outcome that will not affect the integrity of this year´s Sprint Cup event or any future NASCAR events.
Tennis: Federer Defeats Murray
Once again current No. 2 of the world Roger Federer was able to pull through the initial stages of the Barclays ATP World Finals Tour to reach the final stage of tournament. In this case the Swiss-seed was able to defeat current No. 3 Andy Murray at the O2 Arena in North-Greenwich, London, in a close match which ended with partials of 7-6 (5), and 6-2. The current U.S Open champion was incapable of defeating the No. 2 seed despite the various critics in regards to Swiss´s lack of game.
Although many have attacked Federer claiming that he is currently not playing his best Tennis, he was still able to defeat the contender that walked away with the Olympic Gold Medal early in the year after a tight match between both players in the Olympic finals. Roger will now pursue his 7th ATP Finals championship this Monday, November 12th, when he´ll face, once again, current No. 1 Serb-seed Novak Djokovic at the O2 Arena.
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