AMA Hall Of Fame Museum Director Mark...

AMA Hall Of Fame Museum Director Mark Mederski Resigns

There are 1 comment on the Roadracing World story from Apr 29, 2009, titled AMA Hall Of Fame Museum Director Mark Mederski Resigns. In it, Roadracing World reports that:

From a press release issued by AMA Mark Mederski resigns as American Motorcycle Heritage Foundation executive director PICKERINGTON, Ohio -- The American Motorcyclist Association has announced that Mark Mederski has resigned as executive director of the American Motorcycle Heritage Foundation , which operates the AMA's Motorcycle Hall of Fame ...

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Tom Sanecki

United States

#1 Jun 17, 2009
Mark leaves at a time when the AMA is in the midst of a great change. The sale of all racing assets left teams scrambling to understand the new rules and to decide if they should stay or go. Marks' departure leaves me in the same quandary. Should I go to Vintage Days? Should I show a bike? What happened to the Hall of Fame Concours? The most important question, Who is the new director of the museum? I doubt that there is anyone more qualified for the job than the former director. The ball is in your court, Dingman.

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