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it's my understanding that there are no roadracers on the ama board of directors. jerry wood (penguin roadracing school founder, father of jeff and eric, active racer, lrrs safety director, etc, etc.) is running for a position to give us racers a voice.

the following quote is from jerry wood from lrrs webpage
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We need a racer to vote on our behalf in Ohio on the AMA board!
Subject: Re: Send a roadracer to Ohio VOTE

Hi gang,
I have decided to run for a seat on the AMA Board of Directors. I am an AMA life member and have been riding since 1959. I started racing in1968 and in 1974 started the nation's oldest roadracing school. As many of you know, I am still an active roadracer and also ride on the street and in the dirt. I have served racing groups as tech inspector, advisory and rules committees, instructor, and safety director.
I believe that I could bring the viewpoint of someone who has and still does ride and promote racing events to the table as well as a working knowledge of safety issues.
If you live in the Northeast Region 1, (New England) please consider
nominating Jerry Wood of Stockton Springs, Maine. You must use the ballot
found in the October issue of the American Motorcyclist magazine in the
insert after page 12 to have your vote count. The AMA must receive the
ballot before Oct 7th.
Please vote, Jerry Wood.


details can be found here.

with time running out, if you can vote (in january) vote for jerry wood (if he ends up on the ballot, which is likely). if you don't vote for jerry, at least vote for a roadracer.


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