Nine-time Grand Prix motorcycle racing champ Valentino Rossi talks through how the COVID-19 pandemic shut down his racing schedule for two months and eventually gave him the realization he can survive without the sport. The MotoGP legend lets us in on the hardest part of his decision to retire and predicts it will be personally difficult in early 2022 as a new MotoGP season kicks off without him for the first time in two decades.
IN ITALIANO: Il nove volte campione di motociclismo Valentino Rossi parla dell’interruzione forzata del suo programma di corse, in seguito alla pandemia, e di come questo periodo durato due mesi gli abbia fatto comprendere che può sopravvivere senza lo sport. La leggenda della MotoGP si apre sulla parte più difficile della sua decisione di ritirarsi e su quanto sarà duro l’inizio del 2022 poiché, per la prima volta in due decenni, una stagione della MotoGP inizierà senza di lui.
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AHRMA Seeks Candidates for Road Race Director
AHRMA is looking for a dedicated Road Race Director to operate its successful national road racing series. This position is that of Program Manager, coordinating all aspects of the series and individual event planning, staffing, budget, and race day administration.
The schedule for the 2022 season has already been set and is visible at www.ahrma.org/schedules-results. A full array of experienced staff and the equipment needed to host these events is in place. The day-to-day manager to keep our series running smoothly during 2022 and beyond is what we seek. The successful candidate will be passionate about our sport, driven for success at every event, and able to enlist our team to peak performance.
The Road Race Director reports to AHRMA’s Executive Director. There are regular planning meetings with the Executive Committee for assistance, coordination with AHRMA strategies and other disciplines. The road race event staff report to the Road Race Director. Please see our Road Race Director job description by clicking this link or the link below.
Familiarity with motorcycle racing, excellent communication skills, detail orientation, personnel management, contract negotiation, internal administration, and a high level of computer literacy are required. AHRMA regularly uses online tools (Google Meet and others) for video meetings, MotorsportReg.com for membership management / race registrations, and Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.).
This position can be performed remotely from anywhere in the USA, and travel is required to all championship events. Compensation is competitive for this role and will be commensurate with experience.
Information about our 30+ year old racing organization can be attained by viewing our website www.ahrma.org. Deadline to apply is 1/26/22. Please email your cover letter and resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org and use “Road Race Director Search” as your email subject.
The American Historic Racing Motorcycle Association Ltd. is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to restoring and competing on classic motorcycles. With about 4000 members, AHRMA is the largest vintage racing group in North America and one of the biggest in the world. The association has grown steadily over the years, reflecting the increasing interest in classic bikes.
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