Robby Gordon Faces Lawsuit From GEM

I haven't been feeling well these past few days, so that is why I haven't been posting at my regular pace, but I came across something tonight I just had to share with you and I honestly don't know what to make of this. I really don't. I came across this over at scenedaily.com.

 

Gillette Evernham Motorsports (GEM) is suing Robby Gordon Motorsports (RGM) because they "violated terms of a tentative agreement that would have sold his team to GEM for $23.5 million earlier this year."

 

I always thought that GEM would eventually buy RGM or maybe RGM would become a satellite organization under the GEM umbrella to get around the 4 car rule set in place by NASCAR but this is real news to me, especially since this deal was penned back in January of this year.

 

This could have been a lucrative deal for Robby if it panned out that's for sure, to the sum of about 5 million a year.

 

I don't know who to believe in this whole thing, Robby's side or GEM's.

 

I personally think there are 3 sides to this story; GEM's side, RGM's side, and the truth which will probably lie somewhere in the middle.

 

This is really the wrong time for Robby to be facing a lawsuit - like there really is a good time, but none-the-less.


Also, I think Robby is still in the middle of settling a lawsuit from his former sponsor in the failed Dakar Rally from earlier in the year.

 

What are your feelings about all of this?

 

If you want to read the entire article about the lawsuit then go over to scenedaily.com

 


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