September 4, 2015
Fifty five years ago in 1960 Ernie Gahan, one of the chosen few
to win on both dirt and asphalt at Stafford took the Friday night win on the
dirt. Gahan continued his hot streak over to Saturday night at Norwood where
he took his second win of the weekend. Bill Slater finished second with Red
Foote, third. The New London-Waterford Speedbowl ran on three different
days, Wednesday, with Don Collins taking the Modified win, Collins again on
Saturday and Billy Harman on Sunday.
Fifty years ago in 1965 Bill Wimble
scored his seventh win on the dirt at Stafford. Sal Dee was the 75 lap
Modified winner at Waterford on Saturday night. Charlie Webster was the
Sunday Modified winner. Back then, a track could run two nights a week and
make money! Twin 50’s were run at the Albany – Saratoga Speedway. Elton Hill
won the first 50 and was followed by Jerry Humiston, Billy Greco and Don
Flynn. Greco won the second 50 with Flynn, 2nd. Ed Patnode finished third
with Humiston, fourth. Fonda was shut down for a fair. The New Yorker 400 at
the Utica – Rome Speedway was split into two, 200 lap events. Rene Charland,
with two second place finishes, was declared the overall winner. Bill Wimble
won the first 200 with Jerry Cook, third. Fred Harbach won the night cap
with Jerry Humiston, third. Seekonk brought in the Modifieds for a special
event which was won by George Summers with Eddie Flemke, second.
Forty five years ago in 1970, the
twin 25's took a strange twist at Stafford on Saturday night. Bugsy Stevens
won the first one and was followed by Ed Flemke, Ed Yerrington and Lou Toro.
Just past half way in the second 25,the red flag was displayed because a
major fire had broken out in the town of Stafford and the fire truck and
ambulance had to leave. When it was determined that the emergency vehicles
would not return, then leader, Billy Harman in the Ted Marsh No.55 was
declared the winner. It was to be Harman's only career win at Stafford.
Yerrington was placed in second spot and was followed by Stevens, Bob Vee
and Bobby Santos. Denis Giroux won a double point event at Plattsburg. Fred
DeSarro finished a disappointing 16th after dropping out with mechanical
problems. Dick Watson was the 30 lap Modified winner at Waterford. On Sunday
at Thompson, Bob Santos and Eddie Flemke each won 25 lappers and at
Utica-Rome on Sunday night, it rained.
Forty years ago in 1975, Maynard
Troyer won the Lancaster 200 over Paul Radford, Richie Evans and Lou
Lazzaro. Dick Dunn scored a big win as he won the Fall Stinger 100 at the
Waterford Speedbowl. At Islip, Charlie Siebert took the win and at Fulton,
Jerry Cook beat out Evans and Sonney Seamon for the win. Leo Cleary was the
small block modified winner at Thompson.
Thirty five years ago in 1980, Jeff
Fuller in the Tom Dunn T-5 took the win at Westboro over Bugsy Stevens and
Mike Weeden. At Riverside it was Ray Miller over Richie Evans and Bob
Polverari and at Waterford a 200 lapper was on tap and Bob Potter took the
win over Moose Hewitt. Sunday afternoon at Thompson, Ronnie Bouchard took
the win over Fuller and John Rosati. At the conclusion, Bouchard and Rosati
headed for Monadnock for a Sunday night event. Bouchard drove and Rosati
flew. Much to many surprised fans, Bouchard arrived 15 minutes before the
consi and made it into the show. Rosati got there late and never got a
chance to qualify. Mike Weeden took the win with Bouchard, second and Marty
Radwick, third. Islip ran a 250-lap event on Sunday. Charlie Jarzombek led
for 247 laps when he lost an engine and handed the eventual victory to
Richie Evans. George Wagner finished second with Fred Harbach, third.
Despite losing an engine, Jarzombek still finished fourth. Other weekend
winners were Don LaJoie at Danbury, Roger Treichler at Lancaster, Gil Hearne
at Wall, Jim Shampine at Star and George Kent at Shangri-La. In Winston Cup
action at Richmond, Bobby Allison took the win. Harry Gant crashed with 50
to go as he was trying to take the lead.
Thirty years ago in 1985, Spencer
Speedway ran on Friday night with Jan Leaty taking the win over Randy Hedger
and Doug Hewitt. The annual Thompson 300 was on tap and with temperatures in
the 90's it proved to be a test of man and machine. Richie Evans led 155
laps to win the event over Doug Hewitt and Bob Polverari. Doug Hevron had
been running second with four to go when he suffered a flat and had to pit.
Wayne Dion was the Thompson SK Modified winner. Riverside Park ran open
competition on Saturday night with Reggie Ruggiero taking the win over
Polverari and Richie Gallup. Chris Young ended the season at Riverhead with
a win. The first ever Enduro was run at Waterford and drew 268 cars and
8000+ people. Richie Evans sewed up the NASCAR Northeastern Regional
Championship and in Winston Cup action at Richmond, Geoff Bodine was the
pole sitter and Darrell Waltrip took the win.
Twenty five years ago in 1990, the
Thompson 300 was a double header with the Busch North Series, which gave
fans the best of both worlds. Mike McLaughlin won the modified portion,
which paid $15050 to win. Satch Worley finished second with Doug Hevron,
third. Forty-one cars started the event. Kenny Bouchard was the Busch North
series winner. The pit fee was $40.00.Reggie Ruggiero got his fifth of the
season at Monadnock on Friday night and Jim Broderick went pole to pole at
Waterford on Saturday night.
Twenty years ago in 1995, Mike Gada
went pole to pole at Waterford on Saturday night. Mark LaJunesse finished
second with John Anderson, third. Matt Kobyluck was the late model winner.
The Busch North Series ran at Stafford. Ted Christopher was leading with two
laps to go when Andy Santarre dumped him. Tom Bolles was in the right spot
at the right time and took the win. At Riverside, Reggie Ruggiero got his
fourth win of the season over Steve Park. The Thompson 300 ran on Sunday.
Steve Park won the preliminary Pro Stock 100 and came back to win the 300.In
the Banzul No.8; Park led five times for 155 laps. Ricky Fuller finished
second and was followed by Mike Stefanik, Jamie Tomaino and Charlie
Pasteryak. Point leader Tony Hirschman, wrecked. Barefoot Bob McCreadie won
the Lebanon Valley 200 DIRT event and at Richmond, Dale Jarrett was the
Grandnational winner and Rusty Wallace was the Winston Cup winner.
Fifteen years ago, in 2000, Willie
Hardie won the final Friday night SK modified event of the season at
Stafford. Zack Sylvester finished second with Frank Wainwrite finished
third. Ted Christopher finished seventh and wrapped up the 2000 NASCAR
Weekly Racing Series North East Championship. Stafford closed out their
regular Friday night series with the announcement that the Pro Stocks would
be eliminated for the 2001 season. At Waterford on Saturday night, Dennis
Gada got his sixth win of the season. Ed Dachenhausen and Eric Berndt
followed. Riverhead ran twin features to close their season. Taking the wins
were J.R. Bertuccio and Frank Vigliarolo. Scott Quinn took the win at
Thompson on Sunday after Todd Ceravolo lost an engine. Ted Christopher
finished second with Kerry Malone, third. In Winston Cup action at Richmond,
Jeff Gordon took the win but a post race inspection showed that Gordon’s car
had a magnesium intake manifold. The win was allowed. Gordon and car owner
Rick Hendrick were docked 100 points and fined $25,000.Jeff Burton was the
BGN winner at Richmond.
Ten years ago in 2005 The NASCAR
Whelen Modified Tour Series was at the Martinsville Speedway in Virginia on
Saturday night. With gasoline approaching the $3.50 per gallon mark there
were not too many race fans heading south from New England. Forty-six
Northern and Southern Modifieds were on hand for qualifying which was held
on Friday night. Chuck Hossfeld was the quickest as he took the Busch Pole
with a speed of 99.979 mph. Eric Beers was second fastest at 99.355 mph.
Tony Hirschman, Don Lia and John Blewett III rounded out the top five. The
top eight redrew for starting spots. Ted Christopher, who qualified seventh,
drew the pole. Hossfeld drew the outside pole.
A 50 lap Last Chance qualifier, won by Reggie Ruggiero preceded what had
to be one of the best attended stand alone, non Nextel Cup events at the
Virginia oval. Years ago stand alone Modified events at Martinsville drew in
excess of 20,000 fans.
Ted Christopher got back on track in his quest for the Whelen Modified
Tour Series Championship, as he was able to out duel Mike Stefanik for the
win. Christopher, who led a total of 164 laps of the 250-lap event, took the
lead for the final time on lap 227. John Blewett III finished a strong third
with Eric Beers and Doug Coby rounding out the top five. A total of 46
Modifieds were on hand. The Speed Channel taped the race which was
tentatively scheduled to be shown sometime in December. Ted Christopher had
regained the Series point lead from Tony Hirschman. Jerry Marquis was third
with Chuck Hossfeld fourth and Eric Beers, fifth.
Jeff Malave all but saw all his hopes for a NASCAR Division IV
championship go up in smoke on Thursday night at the Thompson Speedway.
Malave, a former Long Islander who now lived in Manchester, CT., was a scant
two points behind Donny Reuvers of Shakopee, MN. Malave ended his night in
the wall after Ronnie Silk made a bonsai move on Todd Ceravolo for the lead.
Silk hit Ceravolo, spinning him to the infield. Malave got collected.
Malave, who was quite upset, stated that Silk had no business doing what he
did. While Malave’s crew was trying to make repairs Ceravolo was given his
spot back which allowed him to eventually record his third win of the
season. Kerry Malone, who had had a string of bad luck, finished second.
John Sandberg, who was under suspension at Stafford finished third and was
followed by Ricky Shawn and Ron Yuhas Jr. The Division IV Championship,
which would end on September 18, was worth $25,000 to the winner. During the
early going it appeared that Jimmy Blewett had a good chance of recording
his first feature at Thompson when he was forced to retire with motor
problems. Other Thursday night winners were Jeff Zuidema in the Late Models,
Fred Astle Jr in the Pro Stocks, Danny Cates in the Limited Sportsman, Scott
Michalski in the Mini Stocks and Leo Olivero in the Thompson Modifieds.
Jeff Malave’s bad luck carried over to the Stafford Motor Speedway on
Friday night. Malave hit the second turn wall on lap 33 of the 40 lap
feature. Frank Ruocco led all but the first two laps of the feature as he
notched the win. Woody Pitkat gave him some late race heat but in the end
had to settle for second. Jeff Baral finished third with Mike Holdridge and
Kenny Horton rounding out the top five. Other Friday night winners were Tom
Fearn in the Late Models, Andrew Durand in the Limited Late Models and Mike
Sweeney Jr in the DARE Stocks.
The Waterford Speedbowl continued to be a one-groove race track as Dennis
Charette held his line on the bottom after taking the lead on the ninth lap
of the 35 lap SK Modified feature. Rob Janovic finished second. Janovic
started 14th. Ronnie Silk finished third with Don Fowler and Ron Yuhas
rounding out the top five. Allen Coates was the Late Model winner with Bruce
Thomas, second and Rob Summers finished third. Other Saturday night winners
were Chis Bakaj in the Legends, Danny Field in the Mini Stocks and Dan
Darnstaed in the Sportsman.
Five years ago in 2010, The NASCAR
Whelen Modified Tour Series continued on their late Summer break. Bobby
Santos retook the point lead from Ted Christopher. Santos led by 32 points.
Mike Stefanik, Todd Szegedy and Ron Silk rounded out the top five. Sixth
through tenth were Ryan Preece, Erick Rudolph, Eric Goodale, Eric Beers and
rookie Justin Bonsignore.
With nine races left in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series schedule
two time Whelen Modified Tour Series Champion Don Lia and SS Green Light
Racing parted ways.
The Thompson International Speedway announced that the National
Association for Stock Car Auto Racing (NASCAR) had imposed an indefinite
suspension from NASCAR competition on four drivers following an incident on
Thursday, August 19, 2010 at the Thompson International Speedway. NASCAR is
the sanctioning body for races at Thompson and NASCAR officials are in
charge of the competition at the speedway. The official penalty notice from
NASCAR cited the drivers for “Actions detrimental to stock car racing.”
Race drivers Fred Michalski of Dayville, CT, Scott and Trevor Michalski
of South Killingly, CT and Scott Jassaume of Danielson, CT all received the
same penalty from NASCAR. In addition, the Speedway informed these drivers
and Ruth Michalski of South Killingly, CT that they were no longer welcome
on the property in and around the race track. This action is a result of an
attack that the above made on Mini Stock driver Rick Blanchard following the
feature held on August 19.
In Thursday night action at the northeast Connecticut oval the Speedway
played host to the Modified Racing Series for the second time in 2010. In
the end it was “one of their” own standing in victory lane with Rowan
Pennink scoring his third Modified Racing Series victory. In NASCAR Whelen
All-American Series action, Ted Christopher earned his ninth Sunoco Modified
feature event of the season. Mike O’Sullivan bested a strong field to post
the victory in the Super Late Models.
Wayne Coury, Sr. celebrated with a win in the Late Models. Joe Arena
earned a hard-fought victory in the Limited Sportsman division. John Studley
streaked to consecutive victories in the TIS Modifieds. It was a night
banner night for Mike Gorgieveski who scored his first career victory in the
Ted Christopher ended a long dry spell scored his first victory of the
2010 season in the 40-lap SK Modified® feature. It was Christopher's first
win at Stafford in over a year and overall his 92nd SK Modified win at the
track he calls home. Woody Pitkat took advantage of a green white checkered
restart to nail down his sixth victory of 2010 in the 30-lap Late Model
feature, Tommy Barrett, Jr. scored his eighth win of 2010 in the 20-lap SK
Light Modified feature, Dave Yardley won his second feature of 2010 in the
20-lap Limited Late Model feature, and Cory Casagrande matched his brother
Kyle as a three-time winner in the 15-lap DARE Stock feature.
In action on the Connecticut shoreline at the Waterford Speedbowl
Teenager Anthony Flannery won the 50-lap Raceceiver Legends National Tour
race, earning a guaranteed starting position to the Legends Cars Nationals
event held at Langley, VA Speedway in October. Tyler Chadwick won his second
consecutive SK Modified® race and third on the season. Bruce Thomas Jr. and
Ken Cassidy Jr. won their third races of the year in the Bob Valenti Auto
Mall Late Model and Norwich Bulletin Mini Stock divisions. Al Stone rounded
out the winners by taking his third consecutive Street Stock win, his fifth
overall on the year. For Thomas, it was his 50th career win
Chadwick recieved a gift while running third in the closing laps when a
heated battle between Doug Coby and Todd Ceravolo boiled over with Coby
spinning in turn one. The pivotal moment of the race came on lap 28.
Ceravolo was penalized to the rear for his involvement, handing the lead to
Following Chadwick at the finish was Keith Rocco followed by Rob Janovick,
Jeff Paul, and Joe Gada. Coby ended up seventh and Ceravolo was 11th.
In some sad news, John Small, who manned the announcers booth at what was
then-known as the “New London-Waterford” Speedbowl in the mid 50's to mid
60's passed-away at age 97. One of the most popular announcers in the early
history of the shoreline oval, Small’s booming voice and talented delivery
set the standard for calling the races at the Eastern Connecticut oval for
many of the raceways formative seasons. He was extremely-popular with fans
and competitors alike. In 1952, he began a long career in radio where he
hosted many country music radio shows and was known as Cousin Johnny. Mr.
Small, among many other things, was a past Mayor of the Town of Groton, CT.
The Modified Racing Series headed for the Thompson Speedway for their
second visit of the year. Rowan Pennink who has called Thompson
International Speedway home for the last few seasons competing in the NASCAR
All American Series Weekly, claimed the victory in Modified Racing Series
75. Mike Stefanik showed the way in the early going before relinquishing the
lead to Bobby Santos III. Stefanik would retire from the event two laps shy
of halfway. Santos led through lap 56 before giving up the battle to
Pennink. Three laps later, Ted Christopher moved by Santos and into second.
In a repeat of the Sunoco Modified event earlier in the evening, Pennink and
Christopher waged a heated battle for the lead. A late race restart with
less than 15 laps to go gave Christopher his best shot at Pennink’s lead.
After a quick bid, Christopher had to settle back in line in second. The
lead duo stretched their advantage over third running Santos. An incident
involving the previous week’s winner Todd Annarummo brought out the caution
with seven laps remaining. Pennink was up for the challenge on the
single-file restart. Pennink went on to claim his third MRS win of the
season over Christopher, Santos and Eric Goodale. Les Hinckley recovered
from a practice crash to finish fifth.
NASCAR reinstated crew member Randy LaJoie upon his successful completion
of a counseling program following his June 22 suspension for violating the
sanctioning body’s substance abuse policy.
Boris Said came back from an early spin and won the Nationwide race at
Circuit Gilles Villeneuve on Sunday, edging Max Papis by a nose on a
green-white-checkered finish to win the crash-filled event. NASCAR Sprint
Cup competitors enjoyed the weekend off.
Last year, 2014, The Valenti Modified
Racing Series, with 24 cars strong, made its third and final visit of the
2014 season to the Stafford Motor Speedway for the 5th Annual VMRS 80.
Taking the checkered flag was Tommy Barrett, Jr., after starting fourth,
used a bold three-wide move to take the lead for the first time on a lap-58
restart and led the rest of the way.
At the drop of the green flag, Justin Bonsignore took the lead with Max
Zachem in second. Rowan Pennink quickly moved past Zachem for second on
lap-2 and Keith Rocco followed Pennink by Zachem to take third. Behind
Zachem, Chris Pasteryak got around Tommy Barrett, Jr. to move into fifth
Rocco got around Pennink for second and he then took the lead from
Bonsignore on lap-6. Pennink was now third, with Zachem fourth and Pasteryak
was fifth. Bonsignore went back by Rocco for the lead on lap-8 and then
Rocco retook the lead from Bonsignore on lap-9.
Rocco held the lead until lap-22 when Bonsignore went back to the front.
Bonsignore’s lead was extremely short lived as Rocco went back by Bonsignore
in the next set of corners. Things then began to settle in as the top-9 cars
of Rocco, Bonsignore, Pennink, Zachem, Pasteryak, Preece, Barrett, Ted
Christopher, and Woody Pitkat were all in close contact with each other.
Preece’s run came to an end on lap-36 as his #31 dropped off the pace and he
slowly made his way back to pit road. Zachem took a look to the inside of
Pennink for third, but he was unable to make the pass stick and he settled
back into line in fourth behind Pennink.
Rocco took the lead back under green with Bonsignore in second. One lap
after the restart, contact between Barrett and Pennink sent Pennink up the
track and into the path of Zachem to bring the caution back out. Rocco took
the lead on the restart but behind Rocco, Charlie Pasteryak, Mike Willis,
Jr., and Carl Medieros, Jr. came together and spun on the backstretch to
bring the caution out.
Rocco again took the lead back under green with Bonsignore in hot
pursuit. Christopher was third with Barrett and Pasteryak making up the
top-5. Christopher’s car dropped off the pace on lap-54 and he slowly made
his way to pit road. Bonsignore was all over the back of Rocco when the
caution came back out with 57 laps complete for a spin by Bakaj.
The next restart told the story as Barrett went 3-wide to the inside of
both Rocco and Bonsignore to take over the race lead. Rocco and Bonsignore
settled into second and third with Pennink back up to fourth after his
earlier misfortunes. Woody Pitkat was up to fifth behind Pennink, his first
appearance of the night in the top-5 with 20-laps to go in the race.
Barrett pulled away from Rocco in the closing laps to pick up his third
Stafford VMRS victory. Rocco finished second, with Bonsignore, Pennink, and
Pitkat rounding out the top-5.
In other action at Stafford, Rowan Pennink won for the fourth time in the
last 6 races in the 40-lap SK Modified® feature, Josh Wood was a first time
winner in the 30-lap Late Model feature, Joey Ferrigno won for the fifth
time in the 20-lap SK Light feature, Duane Provost won for the fourth time
in the 20-lap Ltd. Late Model feature, and Brandon Michael took down his
second win in the 15-lap DARE Stock feature.
Following Pennink, Ted Christopher beat Doug Coby to the line by a nose
to take second, with Dan Avery and Ryan Preece rounding out the top-5.
Nichole Morgillo continues to keep her racing at Stafford as she finished
15th in the SK feature.
Mike Christopher Jr who made his open wheeled debut in a SK Lite finished
One of Modified racings legends, Eddie Flemke SR, would have been 84 on
this week had he lived. A great driver, innovator and one not afraid to
express his opinions, Flemke mentored and touched many and is sorely missed.
In NASCAR Whelen All-American Series action at the Waterford Speedbowl
the shoreline oval hosted Thunder on the Sound, a seven division motorsports
program highlighted by the 18th annual Budweiser Modified Nationals SK
Modified® 150. The biggest race of the year for the track’s headline NASCAR
Whelen All-American Series division was won by Tyler Chadwick. Other winners
on the night included Keith Rocco in the Valenti Auto Mall Late Models,
while a pair of drivers picked up their third victories of the year, Ryan
Waterman in the Street Stocks Ray Christian III in the Mini Stocks. Paul
Buzel was a first time winner in SK Light Modified action, Mike Christopher
Jr. won in the INEX Legend Cars and Paul LaPlante won the Vintage Outlaw
Chadwick’s biggest ally in the 18th annual Budweiser Modified Nationals
may have been his patience. The 2012 division champion started the race
tenth and slowly moved into contention just before the halfway point of the
150-lap grind. Ted Christopher was out front, showing the way after he
passed early leader Ed Puleo on lap-11. Christopher led comfortably until a
caution flag came on lap-96.
Chadwick was in second on lap-70, and trailed Christopher until the
lap-96 restart. He tried to unseat Christopher on multiple occasions,
finally tucking in behind Christopher in second position. The intensity was
definitely on the rise among the lead pack as the race moved to its final
stages. Keith Rocco, who spent most of the first hundred laps outside the
top-five exhibiting patience of his own, asserted himself in the final fifty
circuits. Rocco pressed Chadwick until he gave up the outside, allowing
Rocco to move to second on lap-117. Rocco stalked Christopher for the lead
until he made a diving maneuver to the inside on lap-130 down the back
chute. The two cars came together between turns three and four, spinning
both and bringing out a caution.
Chadwick’s patience paid off as he inherited the lead while Rocco and
Christopher resumed from the tail of the field. Chadwick took off from Rob
Janovic Jr. on the restart, distancing himself from the competition over the
final dash to the finish as Rocco fired his way back through the field.
Rocco’s furious rally landed him in second, but he could not catch Chadwick
and finished in the runner-up spot. Puleo finished third, Janovic fourth and
Matt Galko was fifth.
Sixth through tenth were Craig Lutz, Ted Christopher, Dennis Perry, Joe
Gada and Diego Monahan,
Just one caution flag slowed Rocco’s roll in the 30-lap Valenti Auto Mall
Late Model race, Rocco is now tied with Don Collins with 101 overall wins at
the shoreline oval.
In Modified racing in the Southland, Burt Myers got his first NASCAR
Whelen Southern Modified Tour win of 2014 Saturday night and not without
controversy. The 38-year-old Walnut Cove, North Carolina, driver drove to
Victory Lane at Langley Speedway after a wild final lap of the Bayport
Credit Union 150. Myers was running second to George Brunnhoelzl III on the
final lap when the two made contact coming out of Turn 4. Myers gave him a
"Bowman Gray Tap" and crossed the line first as Brunnhoelzl bounced off the
outside wall and spun across the track. After a video review of the
incident, NASCAR officials upheld Myers win and Brunnholzl was scored in
second. Andy Seuss finished third, followed by J.R. Bertuccio and Jason
Kyle Ebersole, Danny Bohn, Gary Putnam, Ryan Preece and Luke Fleming
rounded out the top 10 at Langley. Earlier in the day, Preece won the Coors
Light Pole Award in qualifying, but a late race pit stop cost the NASCAR
Whelen Modified Tour regular a shot at the win.
Preece led a race-high 64 laps, while Brunnhoelzl led 55. The race
featured seven lead changes among four drivers. It was the first race in
which, in lieu of a mid-race break, teams were allowed to pit and change one
tire at any point in the race.
In NASCAR Sprint Cup action, Kasey Kahne drove his way from third to
first during a green-white-checkered restart to win Sunday’s Oral-B USA 500
at the Atlanta Motor Speedway. Kevin Harvick led the last 159 laps and held
off Joey Logano to score his second consecutive Nationwide Series win at
Atlanta and the third of his career at AMS. It’s also his third win of the
season and his third with Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s JR Motorsports operation.
At the Riverhead Raceway on Long Island John Fortin scored his third
Modified feature win of the season.
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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