Oct 8, 2001
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From a press release:<BR><BR>David Lamberth of Goodlettsville, Tennessee, has been selected Executive Director of the American Historic Racing Motorcycle Association. He will being his duties November 1.<BR><BR>Lamberth, 39, has 16 years experience as a finance professional. A certified public accountant, he currently is Vice President of Finance for a Nashville-area logistics company.<BR><BR>He has been an avid motorcyclist since age 7 and has competed continually since 1977 in motocross and hare scrambles. Lamberth also has been instrumental in the growth of the AMA-sanctioned Mid South Hare Scrambles Series. He began his involvement as a score keeper in 1986 and in 1995 became responsible for the overall operation of the series, which maintains a mailing list of over 2000 riders.<BR><BR>Describing the AHRMA position as a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, Lamberth said he looks forward to the challenge of "making somethng that's good even better. I plan to rely on long-time members, volunteers and trustees to fill in the gaps in my knowledge about AHRMA and Vintage racing. I also will get experience the fun way, by racing with AHRMA."<BR><BR>Lamberth is married and has two daughters. He will move the headquarters of the 5000-member Vintage-racing organization from the Kansas City area to central Tennessee.<BR><BR>Lamberth succeeds Jack Turner, who announced in July that for personal reasons he would not ask to have his contract extended when it expires at the end of October. Turner, who has served as AHRMA executive since August 1999, will work with Lamberth through November to ease the transition. Turner intends to remain active in AHRMA's road racing program, which he directed before being hired as Executive Director.