The Chrome Horn - Looking Back A Bit with Phil Smith

April 10, 2015

  Sixty years ago in 1955, Sid Dimaggio's Speedbowl History noted that Speedbowl Race Director Rex Records resigned as president of the United Stock Car Racing Club and formed his own American Auto Racing Club, which would sanction the races at the Speedbowl. United president Harvey Tattersall and his son Harvey Jr (who collectively owned 67% of United at the time) filed a $10,000 lawsuit against Records charging that he formed his AARC and negotiated contracts with drivers while still the President of United. Additionally, the Tattersalls filed a motion for a temporary injunction against Records to stop all AARC business until the suit was settled. However, Superior Court Judge John M. Comley dismissed the motion citing lack of evidence to the charges. The Tattersalls subsequently withdrew their claim for $10,000 in damages. The Speedbowl season opened on Easter Sunday under the AARC banner. Don Collins in his famous No. 106 was the 25 lap Modified winner. Lou Tetreault was the non-Ford winner. The AARC struggled as the season went along. Many nights, Records allowed Non-Ford cars to run with the Modifieds in their feature since the car counts were below average. Then later in the season, Modifieds were briefly replaced by Late Models as the headlining division on Wednesdays nights.

  Fifty five years ago in 1960, Plainville Stadium in Connecticut ran a 25 lap open competition event which was won by Steady Eddie Flemke who took the lead on lap 10 and never looked back. Tony “Jap” Membrino finished second.

  Fifty years ago in 1965 Ray Delisle was the 30 lap Modified winner at was then called the New London-Waterford Speedbowl. Charlie Savage took the Bomber main.

  Forty five years ago in 1970, the Stafford Speedway and the Thompson Speedway were running twin 25 lap features for the Modifieds. When the Norwood Arena decided to drop the Modifieds at the end of the 1969 season Stafford petitioned NASCAR to change their race dates from Friday to Saturday nights. NASCAR allowed Stafford to change their race night and in doing so opened up the floodgates at the Albany-Saratoga Speedway to the New Englanders who wanted to race on Friday nights. Taking the opening 25 lapper at Stafford was Carl Bugsy Stevens driving the mighty no. 3 of Len Boehler. Ralph “Hop” Harrington driving the famous Tant/Mitchell coupe that had been purchased by Richard Armstrong finished second. Fred DeSarro in the Joe Brady No. 41 finished third. Jerry Dostie and Roland LaPierre Sr rounded out the top five. Harrington won the nightcap with Stevens a close second. Billy Greco, Ted Stack and Ed Yerrington rounded out the top five. At Thompson on Sunday Stevens took the first 25 lapper and was followed by George “Moose” Hewitt, Yerrington, DeSarro and Leo Cleary who was in the Koszela Woodchopper. Hewitt took the nightcap and was followed by Yerrington, DeSarro, Stevens and Jerry Cook. The Fonda Speedway in New York was also running twin 25’s. Rene Charland won the first one and was followed by Dave Buanno, Jerry Cook, Ron Narducci and Irv Taylor. The second 25 lapper was won by Narducci with Taylor second. Wes Moody finished third with Charland, fourth. Also running this weekend was the Fulton Raceway where Lou Lazzaro beat out Richie Evans for the win and Langley Field in Virginia where Ray Hendrick won in the new Tant/Mitchell Camaro. After two consecutive rain outs the Waterford Speedbowl finally got to run their opener. Walt Dombrowski won the 30 lap Modified feature. Johnny DeLong was the Late Model Daredevil winner.

  Forty years ago in 1975, Jack Arute had a vision that if the Modifieds switched from 15 inch wide tires to narrow ones the cars would be slower and the car owners would be spending less. His heart was in the right place but his vision was mis-guided. In the season opening Spring Sizzler Richie Evans did him one better as used eight inch rubber that was used by NASCAR’s Winston Cup division. Evans won the Sizzler with Eddie Flemke Sr, second. Freddie Schulz, Ronnie Bouchard and Fred DeSarro rounded out the top five. Racing at Fulton was called because of rain.

  Thirty five years ago in 1980, SJ Evonsion was the Saturday night winner at Riverside Park Doug Hevron, in the Mario Fiore No. 44 finished second with John Rosati, third. Richie Evans won the 80 lap Spring Sizzler at Stafford. Brian Ross in his home built No. 73 finished second. Hevron, who won the 50 lap non-qualifiers race came from a dead last starting position to finish third in the Sizzler. Jimmy Spencer was fourth with Reggie Ruggiero, fifth. In Winston Cup action at Darlington, Bill Elliott took the win. Ron Bouchard qualified sixth and finished 13th while Geoff Bodine qualified 11th and finished seventh.

  Thirty years ago in 1985, a banner field of 99 Modifieds was on hand for the Spring Sizzler at Stafford. Geoff Bodine, driving the Lee Allard No.99, cleaned house as he took the win over Bugsy Stevens and Charlie Jarzombek. Bobby Vee and John Rosati rounded out the top five. Among those who failed to finish was Richie Evans who broke an a-frame and placed last in the 30 car field. Leo Cleary, who had been driving for Len Boehler since Fred DeSarro had passed away, was given his walking papers as he was informed that he was replaced by Ron Bouchard. It was also announced that the Thompson Speedway had been granted a NASCAR sanction for all future events.

  Twenty five years ago in 1990, Jerry Marquis made it two in a row in Modified action at Riverside Park. Marquis drove the famous No. 2x of Bobby Judkins. Bob Polverari finished second with Kenny Bouchard, third. Dick Trayner and Tom Bolles rounded out the top five. During the running of the event Ricky Summers in the Bill Simons Excavator No. 9 set an altitude record as he rode over a wheel and sailed 25 feet into the air.

  Twenty years ago in 1995, Chris Kopec picked the pole and led from start to finish at Riverside Park on Saturday night. Reggie Ruggiero finished second with Paul Corazzo, third. Tom Cravenho and Ted Riggot rounded out the top five. In NASCAR Grand National action at Hickory, NC Johnny Benson took the win after Chad Little was knocked out of the event by Kevin LePage.

  Fifteen years ago in 2000, it was Easter weekend. Scheduled events at Riverhead, Wall and Waterford were rained out. The only activity was the fact that Mike Liberty filed suit against Bob Bahre and Bill France Jr. Liberty believed that Bahre and France had lied to him and had mislead him when he purchased the Oxford Plains Speedway in Maine.

  Ten years ago in 2005, The Waterford Speedbowl began its 55th consecutive year of staging auto races. Despite the cool night a good crowd was on hand. Ron Yuhas Jr figured he had a tenth place car until Shawn Monahan triggered a massive wreck that eliminated nine of the front runners. Yuhas ended up with the victory with Chris Pasteryak ending up second. Jeff Pearl finished third. Allen Coates won the Late Model feature. Danny Field edged Richard Brooks to take the win in the Mini-Stocks and Len Beebe just nipped Jeff Paul for the Legends feature. Norman Root was the Sportsman winner.

  The Whelen Modified Tour opener at the Thompson Speedway provided a surprise ending and almost a new winner. Zack Sylvester was well on his way to victory until a stalled car on lap 146 of the 150 lap Modified main event bunched the field. It ended up being a green- white checkered situation. Sylvester led the restart with Chuck Hossfeld and Ted Christopher in tow. Hossfeld got under Sylvester going into turn one and about the same time Ted Christopher dove underneath both of them to take the lead. On the final lap Sylvester got by Hossfeld and raced wheel to wheel to the finish line with Christopher It looked like Sylvester nipped him by six inches. NASCAR officials saw it differently and awarded the win to Christopher. Hossfeld ended up third with Mike Stefanik, fourth. Rick Fuller rounded out the top five. Ten caution periods kept the event to a bunch of short sprints. The longest green flag period was from lap 108 to lap 146.

  Kenny Bouchard led the initial start but was quickly overhauled by Eddie Flemke. Flemke led until lap 8 when Donnie Lia passed him. Two laps later, Ted Christopher took the lead. The first caution came on lap 12 when Tony Ferrante and Chris Kopec spun in turn two, collecting Tom Cloce, Kenny Barry and Tom Bolles. Christopher continued to lead as the second caution waved on lap 21 for a six-car tangle in turn one. The third caution flew on lap 29 for a 13-car melee. Christopher and Hossfeld swapped the lead until lap55 when many of the leaders pitted after Howie Brode and Eric Beers tangled in turn four. Beers went head long into the fourth turn wall and suffered shoulder injuries. Despite the many front runners pitting for tires Christopher elected to stay out. Christopher finally pitted for tires on lap 105. Tony Hirschman, who took the lead on lap 76, paced the field until his tires wore out as Sylvester powered by on lap 134. Christopher made a determined charge and until the final caution when he was running third.

  In Whelen Modified Tour Series news, the car counts and spectators continued to be great. There were 46 Modifieds on hand and there weren’t too many empty seats as a crowd estimate of 10,000 was announced. Had it not been for the LaJoie seat and the exceptional workmanship on the Boehler No.3 Eric Beers could have suffered serious injury when he made hard impact into the turn four wall. In other Ice Breaker action James Civali won the twin Sunoco Modified SK type events. Dennis Botticello won the Saturday night 20 lap Late Model event and Charles Bailey III won the Sunday event. Joe Lemay was the Pro Stock winner and Glen Boss, the Sportsman winner. Jeff Gordon made up three laps to win the Advance Auto Parts 500 at Martinsville.

  Five years ago in 2010, The Waterford Speedbowl began its 60th season with renewed vigor with Blast Off 2010. When fans and competitors arrived for practice on Friday many improvements were noted including new concrete barrier walls along the front and back straight-aways and an all new coat of paint in the grandstand area. The shoreline oval was one of 10 tracks nationwide to receive funds through NASCAR's Capital Improvement Grants program.

  Speedbowl owner Terry Eames told the Norwich Bulletin that he was still working on a deal to get the Speedbowl on firmer financial footing, but that won’t affect the 2010 racing season. He also stated that any businessman whose company is in Chapter 11 can’t say they’re in great shape. But he felt confident that he and his creditors will agree on a plan in the next six to nine months, and that the plan will save the place forever. Boy, was he blowing smoke!

  The biggest challenge had been fending off the creditors, something owner/promoter Terry Eames, who bought the track in early 2009, successfully did shortly after the 2009 season ended, when the group he heads filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.

  Qualifying for all divisions was held in blustery, winter like weather. With somewhere between 230-250 cars on hand, Race Director Tom Fox said the actual count was 244, the north and south pit areas were jammed to capacity.

  The Bob Valenti Modified Racing Series portion of Blast Off drew 35 cars. Among the early casualties was Rob Goodenough who lost his left front tire and hit the wall. Chris Jensen and Ed Dachenhausen withdrew because of engine problems. Dave Etheridge, Jon McKennedy and Rowan Pennink were the qualifying heat winners. Todd Annarummo was the consolation winner.

  It was almost 4:30pm when the SK Modifieds ran their qualifying heats. With the sun on the way down, the temp dropped below 40deg. Keith Rocco, Ron Yuhas jr. and Jeffrey Paul were the SK Modified heat winners. Conspicuous by his absence was Ted Christopher.

  Feature winners Saturday were Allen Coates (25-lap All-American Series Truck), Anthony Mocella (25-lap NEMA Lites), Norm Wrenn (25-lap Pro4 Modifieds), Max Zachem (25-lap Legends Car) and Chris Lomartire (15-lap Bandoleros).

  Sunday dawned a cloudy-windy day which kept many fans home as the grandstand was a little over half full. Not bad considering. Keith Rocco started the track season off right as he led pole to pole in the SK Modified 60 lapper. Ron Yuhas Jr dogged the leader in the early going but it was Todd Ceravolo who gave the winner the biggest pressure. Ceravolo, who started 11th, moved into the second spot on lap 13 and despite eight restarts Ceravolo could not muster the extra needed speed to out gun the leader. Jeff Pearl turned in a fine run as he finished third after starting near the rear. Yuhas faded to fourth while Tyler Chadwick rounded out the top five.

  The Bob Valenti Auto Modified Racing Series turned out to be quite competitive. Doug Coby was the eventual winner but the star of the show was Rowan Pennink who came from dead last to challenge for the lead. Pennink actually had Coby covered at one point but Coby ran him up on a couple of restarts and if he hadn't backed out of it he would have certainly found himself in the wall. In the end it was all for naught as Pennink appeared to run out of gas on a restart with 10 laps remaining. Matt Hirschman, who came from a 17th starting spot, seized the opportunity and took over the runner up spot to the finish. Jon McKennedy, who led the early going finished third. Andy Seuss and Jacob Dore rounded out the top five. Sixth through tenth were Les Hinckley, Eric Goodale, Steve Masse, Dave Etheridge and Pennink. Pre-race favorite Mike Stefanik had mechanical problems right from the start as he completed only two laps, finishing 26th.

  Other Sunday winners at the Speedbowl on Sunday were Chris Leonard in the NEMA Midgets, Tim Jordan in the Late Models, Ed Puleo in the Street Stocks and Danny Field in the Mini Stocks.

  At Thompson, Test and Tune sessions were on Saturday from 11:00am to 6:00pm. Among those on hand was Bobby Santos III in the Mystic Missile. According to those on hand the young gun looked extremely sharp in the storied car.

  MadHouse star Burt Myers confirmed to Russ Dowd that he would be in competition at the upcoming IceBreaker Whelen Modified Tour Series event. Myers is one of the featured drivers in the History Channel reality series which depicts the trials and tribulations of Modified competitors at the Bowman Gray Stadium in Winston-Salem, NC.

  Denny Hamlin passed Ryan Newman, Matt Kenseth and leader Jeff Gordon following the final restart to get his third career Sprint Cup victory at the Martinsville Speedway. The race was run on Monday due to the fact that heavy rain pelted the state of Virginia on Sunday. Kevin Harvick was the Truck Series race at Martinsville.

  Last year, 2014 The Thompson Speedway IceBreaker also marked the beginning of an era of live TV broadcasting of events by which is a ground-breaking collaborative digital platform from AMA Pro Racing, IMSA and NASCAR that will have live stream various races not covered by broadcast television, giving fans new opportunities to follow their favorite series. It also enhances fans’ viewing experience at the track with the ability to watch multiple cameras on their tablet or mobile device, and access archived broadcasts on demand. Thompson had one manned camera on the race control roof following the action and included audio from Victory Lane Radio.

  Twenty seven NASCAR Tour Modifieds were on hand at Thompson for the season opener. The Modified Tour crews and their cars christened the all new garage which has been built over the weekend. Woody Pitkat looked extremely stout in the Buzz Chew Chevrolet entry during early practice. Among the early casualties was Tommie Barrett who lost control of his Robert Our mount and hit the wall hard between turns one and two. Other excitement included the East Thompson Fire Truck getting stuck in the mud in the turn one area.

  Woody Pitkat, from Stafford, Conn., posted a fast lap of 18.724 seconds (120.167 mph) to take the Icebreaker pole in his first race with the Buzz Chew Motorsports No. 88 Chevrolet team. It was also the first pole position for the Long Island based car owner. Justin Bonsignore posted a fast lap of 18.796 (119.706) to earn a front row starting position alongside Pitkat. Both Pitkat’s and Bonsignore’s race cars are powered by the NASCAR-approved spec engine.

  The IceBreaker ended up being a slugfest between two Long Island based cars. Justin Bonsignore took his fourth career victory and his second at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park. Bonsignore took the lead from Woody Pitkat for the second and final time at lap 142. Don Lia, a Long Islander who drives a Connecticut based car, the Mystic Missile of Bob Garbarino was also in the mix as he was leading until he found himself in the wall after being run up the track by Pitkat on lap 123. Pitkat led the early laps of the race, but lost the lead to Bonsignore on a lap 18 restart. On lap 21, Pitkat challenged Bonsignore for the lead and went high in turn one only to lose the lead to Rowan Pennink in turn four. Pennink, Pitkat and Bonsignore settled in line nose-to-tail for several laps, but Pennink and Pitkat broke away by a commanding ten-car length advantage.

  After a long green flag run, the caution flew and tightened up the field. A few cars opted to pit, but Pennink, Pitkat and Bonsignore were among the majority that stayed out. Pennink wasted no time in jumping right back out to the lead on the restart, but he would have to do it all over again after a car spun on the front stretch at lap 63. Pennink jumped to the front again, but Pitkat was on his bumper and applying the pressure. On lap 79, Pitkat got a run on Pennink and was able to take over the lead. Pitkat put two-car lengths breathing room over him and the duo pulled ahead to a commanding two-second lead over Timmy Solomito, Bonsignore, and Ron Yuhas. On lap 96, Pennink’s day took a turn for the worse when he hard in turn three and his No. 93 suffered heavy damage.

  A majority of the field pitted after the conclusion of the red flag. Donny Lia inherited the lead followed by Matt Hirschman and Keith Rocco. Green flag racing resumed at lap 105 with Lia leading the way. Coming up quick, however, was Pitkat and Bonsignore now fifth and sixth respectively. Bonsignore muscled his way by Pitkat en route to the third position and challenged for second by lap 114. Bonsignore was still on the move and about to make a run on Lia for the lead when the caution came out and relegated him back to third. Lia drove to the lead on the lap 118 restart as Pitkat got by Bonsignore for third. Pitkat and Bonsignore both got by Hirschman to take over second and third. Coming around on lap 123, Pitkat drove to the inside lane in a challenge on Lia for the lead, riding Lia high into the turn two wall.

  In the end Bonsignore pulled out to a ten-car length advantage over Pitkat and soared to the checkered flag unchallenged. Doug Coby finished third with Timmy Solomito and Eric Goodale, both Long Islanders, rounding out the top five. Ron Yuhas had an extremely strong run as he came home in sixth. Ron Silk, Ted Christopher, Ryan Preece and Jim Zacharias rounded out the top ten.

  Some of the potential front runners had their problems which kept them out of a top spot. Bobby Santos finished a distant 18th after losing laps while repairs were made to a leaking oil line. Keith Rocco dropped out after 135 laps when his steering malfunctioned. He finished 20th. Lia was credited with 21st and Pennink, 22nd, aster their wrecks. Tommy Barrett finished 23rd after being forced out after 100 laps with a defective ignition. Also a dnf was Mike Stefanik who finished 24th after losing oil pressure.

  In other Sunday action at Thompson, Keith Rocco scored two NASCAR Whelen All American Series wins in one day in both the Sunoco Modified and Late Model divisions. Shawn Monahan of earned his second in as many days in the Xtra Mart Limited Sportsman division while Steve Dickey, Jr. checkered the Monster Mini Stocks. Mike O’Sullivan won the Granite State Pro Stock Series 50-lap affair and Vintage Outlaw checkers flew for Joe Baxter.

  When Keith Rocco scored his two wins at Thompson plus one at Waterford it made for three victories for the weekend. Coupled with Ed Puleo's win at Waterford and Shawn Monihan's two wins at Thompson. sponsor Mr. Rooter had six wins to his credit.

  The No. 1 car was found to be in violation of the ACT Late Model Crate Engine package (flywheel and external balancing). Keith Rocco, driver, of the No. 1 car, was disqualified from his finishing position and received no purse money.

  Among the missing at Thompson was 2013 Whelen Modified Tour Series Rookie of the Year Cole Powell. Powell announced on his team's website that the decision to skip the event was made so that he could be with his family while his Aunt Kathy battles Glioblastoma, the most aggressive and hardest to fight brain cancer that one can get. Ed Flemke Jr has indicated that his driving career could be over and at 58 years of age he is making a smart decision. He will continue to be seen at the tracks in a support and advisory position to customers of his Race Works Chassis fabrication business.

  Numerous changes and moves had taken place for the 2014 NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour Series. Leading the changes are three past champions that are now with different teams than when we last saw them in last year’s Thompson World Series. The headlining transaction saw 2012 champ Doug Coby move to the No. 2 of Mike Smeriglio III Racing while 2008 series champion Ted Christopher has combined his own resources with those of Berkley Racing to return the No. 13 to the tour. Seven-time champ Mike Stefanik has reunited with car owner Ed Marceau and will pilot a Chevrolet numbered 1 on a part-time basis.

  In other moves, Matt Hirschman returned to the tour for the first time since 2011 to replace Coby in the Darling Racing No. 52, and rookie Tommy Barrett Jr. replaced Stefanik in the Our Racing No. 22. Bryon Chew also stepped out of his family’s No. 88 and tabbed Woody Pitkat to fill the seat for the coming season. Consequently, the Hillbilly Racing No. 79 that Pitkat left will have rookie Spencer Davis behind the wheel for a part-time northern slate while competing full-time with the Whelen Southern Modified Tour.

At least two new teams were set to join the tour, one for the first time in 2014. Keith Rocco, the 2012 Sunoco Rookie of the Year, plans to run all eight Connecticut races for car owner John Rufano in the No. 48 while Melissa Fifield will contend for top rookie honors this year in her family’s No. 01.

  The NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour visited the South Boston, VA Speedway last Saturday with 17 cars. Andy Seuss, who started second on the grid, took the lead from pole sitter Danny Bohn, who won his second career Coors Light Pole Award earlier in the day, in the opening laps and made it look easy from there. Seuss had to survive five restarts, but was able to handle challenges from Bohn, JR Bertuccio and Kyle Ebersole in short order.

  Four-time and defending Southern Modified Tour champion George Brunnhoelzl III charged to the front and finished second after starting from the rear of the field. He qualified seventh, but had to drop to the rear prior to the initial green flag due to an unapproved adjustment to the car following qualifying. Bohn crossed the line in third for his first top-five finish of the season followed by Luke Fleming in fourth and JR Bertuccio in fifth. Brothers Burt and Jason Myers, Gary Putnam, rookie Joe Ryan Osborne and Ebersole completed the top 10.

  After suffering a rain-out on their scheduled opener on the last weekend in March the Waterford Speedbowl season began this past Saturday, April 5th when the track hosted its opening Saturday night NASCAR Whelen All-American Series event. Chilly weather greeted fans in attendance for the opener on Saturday night but the action on the track was hot as a first-time winner in the SK Modified® ranks delighted the fans. Ed Puleo held off all challengers including a late rally by defending division champion Keith Rocco. Puleo made it two wins on the night by also picking up the Street Stock victory. Rocco would not be outdone in the Valenti Auto Mall Late Models, scoring the win. Another first-timer found the winner’s circle in the Mini Stocks as Doug Curry took the victory. Jon Porter and Zach Thomas won the night’s Super X-Car and X-Car divisions respectively, and defending Legend Cars champion Dylan Izzo checkered that division’s opening race of the year.

  Puleo put together a strong performance in taking the 35-lap NASCAR Whelen All-American Series SK Modified® feature. Earlier in the night he won his heat race and began the event in the pole starting position. He lost the lead to Craig Lutz early on, however reclaimed the spot following a lap-7 caution flag. Puleo had to withstand multiple challenges from Lutz over the next 25 laps as well as a late race charge by Rocco over the final two circuits. Rocco’s inside bid coming to the white flag was not enough and Puleo powered ahead over the last lap to claim the win, his first in the division. Rocco came back from a spin on lap-2 to claim second with Lutz finishing third. Ryan Preece ran a strong race to end up fourth after starting deep in the field while hometown driver Rob Janovic Jr. finished fifth.

  Rocco picked up where he left off in the Valenti Auto Mall Late Model division one year ago. The defending division champion checkered the 30-lap NASCAR Whelen All-American Series feature after starting the race in the 11th position, using the race’s only caution flag on lap-21 to catch leader Vin Esposito.
Work continued on the restoration of the grandstands. Speedway owner Terry Eames stated " We opened with about 40% of the total seating area available. We will continue opening sections throughout April. We plan on having everything open by May 3rd".

  The upcoming opener of the Tri-Track Modified Series at the Lee USA Speedway in New Hampshire continued to gather momentum for the May 11 event. To date 40 race teams have verbally committed their participation in the event which would pay $5,000 to win plus lap money and B-Main money.

  On a sad note, Mrs. Lynda Petty, wife of Richard Petty, passed away on March 14 after a long battle with cancer.

  In NASCAR Nationwide Series racing at the Texas Motor Speedway, Chase Elliott, the 18-year-old son of 1988 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion Bill Elliott, captured his first NASCAR Nationwide Series victory Friday night during the O’Reilly Auto Parts 300 in only his sixth series start.

  In Sprint Cup racing in Texas, Joey Logano passed Jeff Gordon on the last lap after a green-white-checkered restart to score his first victory of the 2014 season during the rain delayed NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Duck Commander 500 which was run on Monday afternoon.

  That’s about it for this week from 11 Gardner Drive, Westerly, R.I.02891. Ring my chimes at 401-596-5467.

Phil Smith has been a columnist for Speedway Scene and various
other publications for over 3 decades.

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