Oct 8, 2001
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From a press release:<BR><BR>Team Pro-Motion Sport Bike Club and professional racer Michael Himmelsbach have reached an agreement that will see Michael assuming the new company position as director of Racing and of the new Advanced Rider Training school, "A.R.T." for short. <BR><BR>Michael has worked with Team Pro-Motion as the lead instructor for the level 2 "A.R.T." program this season, and is currently developing the program with the team's president Glen Goldman who is currently training level 1, "A.R.T.".<BR><BR>"It has been a pleasure working with Mike and to see immediate positive results from students who have completed one or both levels of our training program" states Goldman.<BR><BR>In addition to working on the "A.R.T." program, Michael will also be directing his energy toward organizing and gathering the support necessary to field a two rider AMA 250 GP entry for Team Pro-Motion in 2002. Details concerning machines, riders and sponsors will be announced at a later date.<BR><BR>Riders interested in participating in the Team Pro-Motion "A.R.T." school program or the racing programs being developed can log onto the Team Pro-Motion website at for details or call Team Pro-Motion at (215) 675-5080. <BR><BR>As a very competitive entry, Michael Himmelsbach is currently racing in the Formula USA series aboard the Blackman's Racing Aprilia Mille "R" and is looking to return to race in the Formula USA series for 2002 as well. <BR><BR>Any questions regarding the information in this press release may be directed to:<BR><BR>Glen Goldman (President of Team Promotion) (215) 675 – 5080<BR><BR>Michael Himmelsbach (Director of Racing and Advanced Rider Training) (215) 529 - 4332