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George W. Barber

President

Zoom Motorsports

HQ Phone:  (541) 673-7813

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Zoom Motorsports

2745 Diamond Lake Blvd

Roseburg, Oregon,97470

United States

Background Information

Employment History

Collector of Motorcycles

Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum


Legends


Mayor

Birmingham


Bob Frey & Steve


Affiliations

The Barber Companies Inc

Founder


Racetrac Petroleum Inc.

Founder


Web References(97 Total References)


www.cycleconnections.com

Before any racing got underway, there was the "special" announcement to take place in the media center, with Mr. George Barber, Zoom Motorsports President and CEO, Gene Hallman, Alabama, IndyCar CEO Jeff Belskus, Senate Majority Leader, Jabo Wagoner (Governor was apparently busy), and the Mayor of Birmingham, William Bell, along with Grand Marshall, Vincent E. "Bo" Jackson.


hollywoodelectrics.com [cached]

The new inductees into the AMA Hall of Fame included Pierre Karsmakers, Tom White of White Brothers, Barber Motorsports Museum's George Barber, Scott Summers, Mike LaRocco, Rob Muzzy, and Byron Hines of Vance & Hines.


m3racing.com [cached]

2/12/01 - M3 Racing USA is proud to announce that Mr. George Barber, of the Barber Motorsports Museum has aquired the Honda RS750 Championship racer that Mark McGrew of M3 Racing restored.


George Barber was a longtime Porche aficionado, having raced them in the 1960's with over 63 first place wins.
In 1989 he started the Barber Museum when he realized there was not a motorcycle museum covering all aspects of motorcycling. Many of the restorations are done in house, however, some bikes are purchased new, original, or unrestored.


www.cyclenews.com

Kirsteen Britten wife of the late John Britten waves the green flag during a parade lap of the Gathering of the Brittens. Next to Britten is George Barber the founder and owner of the Barber Motorsports Park and Museum.
Kirsteen Britten, wife of the late John Britten, waves the green flag during a parade lap of the Gathering of the Brittens. Next to Britten is George Barber, the founder and owner of the Barber Motorsports Park and Museum.


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