May 12, 2017
Sixty five years ago in 1952 rain prevailed at the New
Sixty years ago in 1957 Don Collins
was the 50 lap April Championship winner at the New London-Waterford
Fifty five years ago in 1962 Dick
Beauregard recorded his third Modified feature win at the New
London-Waterford Speedbowl. Lou Caso was the Bomber feature winner. The
Stafford Speedway began their dirt season with hometown favorite George
Janoski taking the win.
Fifty years ago in 1967 the
Albany Saratoga Speedway in Malta, NY opened for the season. A New England
invasion captured four of the top five spots. Mario “Fats” Caruso took the
win with Eddie Flemke and Gene Bergin following. Kenny Shoemaker finished
fourth with George Pendergast rounding out the top five. Bill Wimble was the
big winner at Fonda on Saturday night. Ernie Gahan and Pete Corey followed.
Fulton’s main event went to Jim Shampine. For the second week in a row the
Utica – Rome Speedway fell victim to rain. The skies in southeastern
Connecticut remained clear as Charlie Webster captured the final Sunday
afternoon Spring Modified event at the New London-Waterford Speedbowl.
Forty five years ago in 1972, Eddie
Flemke in the Bobby Judkins 2x mastered the Albany-Saratoga Speedway on
Friday night. Richie Evans finished second with Fred DeSarro, third. Flemke
carried his winning ways over to Stafford as he made it two for two as he
beat out Ray Miller, DeSarro, Leo Cleary and Bugsy Stevens for the win. At
Islip, Gentleman Jim Hendrickson ruled the roost in the Tony Ferrente x3.
Charlie Jarzombek finished second and was followed by Frank Curtis and
George Tet. Harry Peek took the win at Fonda. At the Waterford Speedbowl
Daring Dick Caso took the 36 lap Modified feature win. Jerry Lilliquist was
the Sportsman Sedan winner.
Forty years ago in 1977, forty-four
Modifieds were in the Stafford pit area on Friday night. Ronnie Bouchard
took the win over Geoff Bodine, Dick Caso, Eddie Flemke and Leo Cleary.
Brian Ross in the Mystic Missile finished fourth but was disqualified after
a post race weigh in determined that he was 33 pounds light. Sonny Koszela
broke out a new Woodchopper Special for Bugsy Stevens but spun engine
bearings put him out for the night. Wayne Anderson won two features at New
Egypt on Friday night and one at Islip on Saturday night. Anderson became
only the second modified driver to ever win three features within a twenty
four hour period. Waterford was running under the United Stock Car banner.
Dick Dunn in the Peg and Albert Gaudreau No.3 took the win over Bill Greco,
Rick Donnelly, Dick Ceravolo and Mark Geer. United president Harvey
Tattersall announced that he was dropping the gear rule that had been in
place plus was eliminating the 340 bonus. Based on the announcement, Dunn,
Bob Potter and Gene Bergin stated that their days of racing at Waterford
were over and quit the track. Bob Polverari took the win at Riverside over
Pete Fiandaca and at Westboro, George Savory took the win over Mike Weeden
and Freddie Schulz. Fred DeSarro made it three in a row at Thompson on
Sunday night and at the Port City 150 at Oswego, Richie Evans took the win
over Jim Shampine, Maynard Troyer and George Kent.
Thirty five years ago in 1982, Greg
Sacks in the Ernie Wilsburg No.5 remained the combination to beat as he won
the 30 lap feature at Stafford on Friday night. Reggie Ruggerio finished
second with Ray Miller, George Summers and Bob Polverari rounding out the
top five. Saturday night at Waterford saw Bob Potter beat out cross town
rival Moose Hewitt for the win. Jerry Pearl finished third. At Seekonk,
Brian Ross, who had lost an engine at Stafford, took the win over Gomer
Taylor and George Savory. At Riverside Park it was Stan Greger over Bob
Polverari and Ray Miller. Bob Park had the hot set-up at Islip as he bested
John Blewett Jr, Wayne Anderson and Don Howe. Less than 200 cars were in the
parking lot at Thompson on Sunday but it didn't slow George Kent as he took
down the win over Jerry Cook, Bob Polverari and Marty Radwick. Pre-race
favorite Greg Sacks packed it in early after losing an engine. In Winston
Cup action at Nashville, Tenn, Darrell Waltrip took the 400-lap win over
Terry Labonte and Ronnie Bouchard.
Thirty years ago in 1987, Steve
Chowanski took the Friday night win at Stafford. Bob Potter was the king-pin
at Waterford and at Riverside, Reggie Ruggiero chalked up another win for
Mario Fiore as he beat out Tom Bolles and Bruce Del for the win. Bill Park
was the top gun at Riverhead and he was followed by Fred Harbach and Wayne
Anderson. George Kent got the best of Jim Spencer at Shangri-La and at
Lancaster it was Tom Druar taking the top spot.
Twenty five years ago in 1992,
Riverside Park ran on Thursday night with Rick Fuller taking the win. Reggie
Ruggiero in the Bob Polverari No.711 finished second with Stan Greger,
third. Stafford rained out on Friday. At Waterford, on Saturday night, Lloyd
Agor was leading on the final lap when he was hit by Jerry Pearl who had
gotten hit by Moose Hewitt. Agor bobbled and Pearl got by for the win. Agor
hung on to finish second with Dennis Gada, third. Hewitt, who spun, ended up
fourteenth. Double features were on tap at Riverside and Jerry Marquis and
the Bobby Judkins 2x were up to the task as they won both of them. At
Shangri-La, promoter Dale Campfield was evicted after a disagreement with
the speedway property owner and in Modified Tour action at Nazareth, Jeff
Fuller took the 150 lap win over Wayne Anderson, Rick Fuller, John Preston
and Tom Baldwin. Todd Bodine won the Busch Grandnational event that was also
run at Nazareth.
Twenty years ago in 1997, Rick Martin
made it two in a row at Thompson on Wednesday night. On Friday night at
Stafford, Bo Gunning recorded his 20th career win at the nutmeg oval as he
beat out Steve Chowanski, Bill Anderson and Bob Potter for top honors.
Waterford rained out on Saturday. Riverside avoided the wet stuff and ran a
75 lap event that saw Reggie Ruggiero score his 88th career win at the
Agawam oval .Bill Park won at Riverhead over John Fortin and in Busch North
Series action at Loudon on Sunday, Dave Dion went pole to pole to win the
100 lap event which was held up three hours because of rain. Brad Leighton,
Jerry Marquis, Jeff Barry and Mike Stefanik rounded out the top five. Ted
Christopher was running within the top ten before losing a dry sump belt.
The NASCAR Winston Cup event at Talladega went non-stop with Mark Martin
taking the win at a race record average 188.354 mph. Dale Earnhardt Sr.
Fifteen years ago in 2002, Jeff
Malave was the Friday night winner at Stafford. Ted Christopher finished
second with Ron Silk, third. The NASCAR Featherlite Modified Tour Series was
at Waterford on Saturday night for a 150-lap event. Forty-one cars were on
hand. David Berghman took the lead from Todd Szegedy with eight laps to go
to score a popular victory. Szegedy finished second and was followed by Mike
Stefanik, Rob Summers and Ricky Fuller. Mike Ewanitsko suffered season
ending back injuries after a hard crash into the first turn Armco barrier.
In other Waterford action, Dennis Gada was the SK Modified winner over Rob
Janovic and Tom Fox. Ed Denseski was the winner at Riverhead and it was Tim
Arre on top at Wall Township. The Busch North Series and the Busch
Grandnationals were at Loudon. Brad Leighton won by inches over Andy
Santerre. Kelly Moore finished second with Dale Shaw and Matt Kobyluck
rounding out the top five. Bobby Hamilton Jr. was the Busch Grandnational
winner over Todd Bodine and Jack Sprague. In other news, Jerry Nadeau was
released from Hendrick Motorsports as the Winston Cup teams enjoyed a wee
off to celebrate Mother’s Day and Jack Johnson got his 138th win at the
Ten years ago in 2007, The 2007
NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour Series was in the middle of their “Spring
Break”. Jimmy Blewett, who drove for Long Island car owner Eddie Partridge
sat atop the point standings with a 31 point lead over second generation
driver Matt Hirschman. In three starts Blewett had three top tens including
one win. Hirschman, the son of multi-time Whelen Modified Champion Tony
Hirschman also had three top tens but was winless. James Civali, who won the
Thompson Speedway Ice Breaker, sat in third spot, 49 points behind the
leader. Todd Szegedy and Chuck Hossfeld rounded out the top five. Sixth
through tenth were Donny Lia, Jerry Marquis, Ronnie Silk, Mike Stefanik and
Billy Pauch Jr. In three events, fifty one different competitors had entered
Much had been said, both pro and con concerning the recent “Flash Event”
at the Wall Township Speedway. It was NASCAR’s intent to make the Whelen
Modified Tour Series more affordable to their weekly tracks and make the
events more exciting to the paying fan. In both cases NASCAR needed to take
a second look and maybe ask those involved to give their constructive
criticism. From this corner it appeared that to keep competitors happy
NASCAR needed to pressure promoters to get out and sell their events in
order to offset costs which come with special events. To create excitement
NASCAR should try to handicap the top 20 based on their last three
performances and invert the field. To fill out a 30-35 car starting field
NASCAR needed to run a consolation event which would afford some track time
to those who need it.
In NASCAR Whelen All-American Series action at the Stafford Motor
Speedway Friday night second generation driver Keith Rocco captured the
40-lap SK Modified feature, Rocco is the son of retired driving great Ronnie
Rocco. Tom Fearn won the 30-lap Late Model feature, Chris Matthews the
20-lap SK Light feature, Andrew Durand, the Limited Late Model feature, and
Bill Dunn, the 15-lap DARE Stock feature. The 40-lap SK Modified feature
event saw several drivers all take a shot at Keith Rocco, but Rocco was able
to fend off all challengers to pick up his first feature win of the 2007
season. Rocco moved to the lead on lap-5, passing early race leader Woody
Pitkat. Pitkat would spend the next 30 laps trying to get around Rocco, with
several caution periods slowing the action and giving Pitkat multiple
opportunities to take the lead back. Pitkat held tough on the outside
groove, but was unable to get around Ruocco. The final caution came out with
4 laps to go, setting up a dash to the finish. Rocco again got the drop on
the field, with Willie Hardie moving past Pitkat for second. Rocco was able
to pull away from Rocco in the closing laps to take the win. Hardie finished
second with Pitkat, Kerry Malone, and Jeff Malave rounding out the top-5.
In NASCAR Whelen All-American Series action at the Waterford Speedbowl
Rob Janovic used a bottom-shot coming out of turn-four to pass leader Doug
Coby with eight circuits remaining to capture his second consecutive 35-lap
SK Modified feature at the Speedbowl on Saturday evening. Other winners were
Tim Jordan (Late Model), Dwayne Dorr (Sportsman), Joe Godbout III (Mini
Stock), and Norm Wrenn (Pro-4 Modified). Coby faded in the late going and
was overtaken by Shawn Monahan who ended up in second spot. Coby, Diego
Monahan and Dennis Gada rounded out the top five Sixth through tenth were
Jeff Pearl, Kenny Horton, Frank Mucciacciaro, Jeff Paul and Tyler Chadwick.
The Star Speedway in Epping, NH hosted a special Open Competition Modified
race that attracted only 19 cars. Ted Christopher was in the lead with only
eight laps remaining when he tangled with Andy Seuss under caution and
suffered a flat tire. Rob Summers ended up taking the win over Jon
McKennedy, Seuss, Ron Silk and Chris Pasteryak.
At the Riverhead Raceway on Long Island Bill Park took the win over Tom
Rogers and JR Bertuccio.
In the RACE OF CHAMPIONS ASPHALT MODIFIED TOUR event at the Oswego
Speedway Matt Hirschman went pole to pole to win the 75 lap event. Billy
Putney finished second and was followed by Lee Sherwood, Zane Zeiner, Earl
Paules, Eric Beers and Rick Zacharias.
In Nextel Cup action at the Darlington Raceway in South Carolina Jeff
Gordon overcame an overheating engine with five laps to go to race to his
third victory of the season Sunday, winning the Dodge Avenger 500 at
Darlington (S.C.) Raceway. Hendrick Motorsports has won four straight races,
eight of the last nine, and remained perfect in the five Car of Tomorrow
events. Denny Hamlin, who led a race-high 179 laps, had a chance to win
before his crew dropped a pair of lug nuts on a late pit stop. Rain washed
out the race Saturday night, making it the first NASCAR race run on Mother's
Day since 1986. Jimmie Johnson, last week's winner, finished third for
Hendrick. Dale Earnhardt Jr. was eighth, capping a frenzied week that began
when he said he's leaving DEI at the end of the season. Denny Hamlin won the
Diamond Hill Plywood 200 for the second straight year Friday night, again
surviving a wreck-filled Busch Series event at historic Darlington Raceway.
Hamlin, a Virginia native, then paid tribute to the victims of the Virginia
Tech massacre, taking a school flag along for his victory lap
International Speedway Corp., the company that owns and manages NASCAR
race tracks, will partner with the Cordish Co. to build Daytona Live, a
mixed-use entertainment destination, across from Daytona International
Speedway. Daytona Live will be built on 71 acres that currently are home to
Speedplex Office Park. The park houses ISC's and NASCAR's headquarters. The
project is expected to cost $250 million
Five years ago in 2012, The
NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour Series went "Up Country" to the Monadnock
Speedway in Winchester, NH. Thanks to the efforts of Ted Hebert and Teddy
Bear Pools & Spa $5000 in extra money was added to the WMT purse. This money
was paid out to the drivers from positions 12 to 26. Last place paid out
Ryan Preece led from pole to pole to win the 175 lap event at the New
Hampshire oval. Preece withstood 10 restarts to take the win where his
grandfather, Bobby Judkins had fielded winning mounts at the track in years
past. It took an extreme amount of concentration on the part of Preece as he
was repeatedly pressured and dogged by runner-up Doug Coby and Ted
Christopher. Coby, who started second was kind of the meat in the sandwich
as he had third place starter Todd Szegedy on his bumper for a good part of
the distance. Ted Christopher had moved into the second spot on lap 13 but
was later spun to the infield after contact from Coby. Justin Bonsignore put
on the drive of the night as he came from a 14th starting spot to finish
fourth. Likewise for Donnie Lia who started 17th, lost a lap at one point
and rallied to make up his lap and finish sixth behind point leader Ron
Silk. Rounding out the top ten were Mike Stefanik, Eric Beers and Keith
Rocco. Rocco also put on a tremendous drive, rebounding from a late race pit
stop to finish 10th. Rounding out those who finished on the lead lap were
Jamie Tomaino, Christopher, Andy Seuss and Jimmy Blewett. Blewett actually
finished sixth but was placed at the tail of the lead lap after he dumped
Seuss on the final lap.
The race marked the return of Jerry Marquis after a six year retirement.
Marquis who retired from driving in 2007 drove the Ralph Solhem No. 0.
Marquis completed 134 laps before being forced to park it with suspension
problems. Among the missing was Rowan Pennink who was attending his sisters
wedding. Woody Pitkat was also absent. Jon McKennedy took over the controls
of the Hillbilly Racing No. 79 after Daniel Hemric felt that it would be in
his best interests if he contained his racing to the southland. McKennedy
qualified fourth and was headed for a decent finish before a brush with the
wall ended his night, pacing him in 24th finishing spot.
The Stafford Motor Speedway finally began their Friday night racing
series after a one week delay because of rain. J.J. Hill was the winner of
the extra distance 40-lap Late Model feature, Eric Berndt got around Ted
Christopher on a green white checkered restart to pick up his first win of
the 2012 in the 40-lap SK Modified® feature, Dylan Kopec was the winner of
the 20-lap SK Light Modified feature for the second consecutive week, Josh
Wood also won for the second consecutive week in the 20-lap Limited Late
Model feature, and Albert Saunders drove to victory in the 15-lap DARE Stock
feature with a late race pass on Austin Bessette.
In the 40-lap SK Modified® feature event, Berndt took the lead from Ted
Christopher in the closing moments of the race and went on to score the
victory. Rounding out the top-5 behind Berndt and Christopher was Dave
Gervais, Ryan Preece Preece, and Todd Owen.
At the Waterford Speedbowl, Keith Rocco did not continue his winning
streak as he was over 100 miles away competing in a Whelen Modified Tour
event at the Monadnock Speedway in New Hampshire.
Tyler Chadwick took the checkered flag in the SK Modified® feature, his
second on the year, while defending Bob Valenti Auto Mall Late Model
champion Jeff Smith returned to the winner’s circle for the first time in
2012. Chris Meyer became the first repeat winner of the season in the Street
Stocks and Ken Cassidy Jr. won again in the Mini Stocks, giving him six on
A special 60th anniversary event for the Northeastern Midget Association
was also run. The Northeastern Midget Association (NEMA) is one of the
nation’s oldest racing series, with roots at Waterford going back to its
beginning. Greg Stoehr of Bridgewater, MA took home the prestigious win in
the night’s NEMA Midget feature while Brandon Igo of Bondsville, MA won the
companion NEMA Lite race.
In the SK Modified feature Chadwick took the lead from Joe Perry on lap
20 and never looked back. Perry faded in the closing moments. Nicole
Morgillo eventually grabbed second from Perry on lap-29 to score her best
career finish. Kyle James rallied from an early race spin to drive back up
to an impressive third place at the checkered flag. Perry faded to fourth,
while Joe Gada ran with the leaders all night and took fifth.
In Modified action at Bowman-Gray in North Carolina, Jonathan Brown said
that he practiced at Bowman Gray Stadium all day on Saturday. Brown held off
John Smith for his first win since leaving the Melvin "Puddin'" Swisher
team. Michael Clifton was third, Danny Bohn was fourth and Jason Myers
fifth. Burt Myers, who started the race in the points lead, finished sixth.
Brown passed Smith when the race restarted on Lap 86 and led the rest of
Tom Rogers was the winner of twin 30 Modified features at the Riverhead
Raceway on Long Island.
In Valenti Modified Racing news it had been learned that series founder
Jack Bateman had retired from driving and had selected Todd Owen as his
replacement. The decision ends a 46 year driving career. Bateman would focus
on his race team and the VMRS he started 9 years previous.
Dirt tracker Brett Hearn recorded his 100th career win at the
Albany-Saratoga Speedway. Hearn had a win streak of four in a row going when
he hit the century mark at the Malta, NY oval.
In NASCAR Sprint Cup action at Darlington, Jimmie Johnson broke free on a
restart three laps from the end to give Hendrick Motorsports its 200th
Sprint Cup victory. Denny Hamlin was second, followed by Stewart and Kyle
Busch. Danica Patrick, still trying to cut the mustard as a top division
driver, lasted until the end of her second Sprint Cup race, finishing six
laps behind Johnson in 31st. Joey Logano wrecked leader Elliott Sadler five
laps from the end, then broke free during a green-white-checkered finish at
Darlington Raceway for his second straight Nationwide Series victory.
On a sad note, Carroll Shelby, known in the motorsports world as the
father of the Shelby Cobra and many other high-end automobiles, died in
Dallas at the age of 89. He had been hospitalized for pneumonia
Last year, 2016, Opening night at the
Stafford Motor Speedway was rained out. Stafford will try again next Friday
night. Also falling victim of rain was the newly revamped Riverhead Raceway
on eastern Long Island and the Seekonk Speedway in Mass.
The New London-Waterford Speedway defied the rain for a while but they
too succumbed. Two of the ten scheduled feature events were completed when
rain forced the track management to pull the plug. Because of the fact that
the Whelen Modified Tour Series will be running at the shoreline oval on
Saturday night along with a full card of Saturday night regular divisions
this event resumed on Sunday at noon with the remaining eight features to be
run. Remaining to be run Sunday will be a 35-lap SK Modified feature, 25-lap
Limited Sportsman feature, 25-lap Mini Stock feature, 25-lap SK Light
Modified feature, 25-lap Legends feature, 25-lap Mr. Rooter New England
Truck Series feature, 20-lap X-Car feature and a 20-lap Super X-Car feature.
Keith Rocco, a second generation racer, won the 30-lap Late Model feature
and Tyler Barry, a ten year old third generation racer, won the 20-lap
Bandolero feature before rain began falling.
Rocco took the lead from Ray Christian III at the drop of the green flag
and never looked back. Anthony Flannery was second and Adam Gray, third.
Barry, is the grandson of legendary Modified team owner Art Barry and the
son of former Modified driver Ken Barry. Ethan Durocher was second and
Andrew Morin was third on the track but was disqualified for an illegal
gear, moving Charles Prinz to third.
Also of note was the debut of third generation racer Jacob Perry in the
Mini Stock division. Perry, the son of Dennis Perry was sixth fastest in
practice and sixth in his qualifying heat.
The field in the SK Modified division was 24 cars strong. Heat winners
were Rowan Pennink, Keith Rocco and Paul Kusheba.
Keith Rocco added to his legend as he beat out Ted Christopher to win the
25 lap SK Modified opener. Rocco now has a total of 123 wins at the track
and a career total of 216 wins which also include victories at Thompson and
Stafford Speedways. Following Christopher at the finish was Rob Janovic. Joe
Gada and Rowan Pennink rounded out the top five. Dennis Perry finished sixth
and was followed by Tyler Chadwick, Dylan Izzo and Ryan Morgan.
Janovic took the SK Modified field to green from the pole with Monahan on
his outside. Caution flew on lap 12 when Bo Gunning went to the infield in
turn two. Janovic held the top spot on the restart but the caution quickly
flew again for a multi-car pileup on the front stretch on lap 13.Following
the cleanup it was Janovic again getting the advantage over Diego Monahan on
the restart. Janovic held on again through a lap 23 restart, but Monahan
gave him two hard taps before the completion of the lap.
On lap 26 Monahan stuck his nose under Janovic going into turn one. The
two had contact and Janovic was forced to save a sliding car while Monahan
went to the front. But two laps later, Monahan ended up in the front stretch
wall while battling for the lead with Rocco. The caution flew again on lap
31 when rookie Paul Buzel got into the wall in turn four. On the ensuing
restart, Christopher was able to go to the outside pass Janovic for second
place, but Christopher couldn’t get close enough to challenge Rocco at the
Other winners on Sunday included Al Stone III in the Limited Sportsman
division, Tony Membrino Jr. in the SK Light feature, Wayne Burroughs Jr. in
the Mini Stock event, Dana DiMatteo in the Legends feature, Bert Ouellette
in the Mr. Rooter New England Truck Series race, Dave Gargaro Jr. in the
X-Car feature and Dave Yardley III in the Super X-Car race.
The Bowman- Gray stadium in Winston-Salem, NC opened for the season on
Saturday night with the Hayes Jewelers 200. Unfortunately rain prevailed
after 40 laps were completed. The event resumed Saturday night with Tim
Brown and Burt Myers on the front row. Brandon Ward inherited the lead after
the front runners pitted for tires on lap 159. Ward’s tire strategy had
worked out a little differently. “We had to pit early because we needed to
make adjustments. So we stopped and took our tires quite a bit earlier than
the rest of the leaders,” said Ward, who was worried about how his car would
perform later in the race. “But really once we could get out front, the car
made some really good times,” said Ward.
John Smith attempted to slip by Ward with a few double-file restarts, but
Ward held strong. Ward claimed the checkered for the 200-lapper, the biggest
win of the season and his first ever victory at the place they call The
John Smith finished in second, with Joe Ryan Osborne taking third. Danny
Bohn and Burt Myers rounded out the top five.
After review of the results from Saturday night's Hayes Jewelers 200 at
Bowman Gray Stadium, Brandon Ward was been stripped of his win and moved to
13th in the finishing order. John Smith has officially been declared the
winner. It was pure chaos after the races as teams were protesting nearly
everyone saying cars were laps down in front of them. Ward was actually a
lap down from a previous spin in the event. Bowman Gray scores the races by
hand and has never used transponders in their history other than when the
NASCAR Whelen mod tour runs there.
On a sad note, local racer Dave Berube, 66, was killed in a plane crash
Tuesday in Syosset, N.Y, a town on Long Island. Berube won the 1996 Modified
championship at Riverside Park Speedway. His last race was in 2013 at Canaan
Fair Speedway in Canaan, N.H., finishing 22nd.
Kyle Busch claimed his first victory at Kansas Speedway, holding off
Kevin Harvick during the final 19-lap run to the checkered flag to win the
GoBowling.com 400. It was Busch’s third victory of the season and with his
first win in 17 starts at the 1.5-mile track, it left him with only two
tracks (Kentucky Speedway and Pocono Raceway) on the Sprint Cup Series
schedule where he has never won.
Busch, 30, led 69 of the 267 laps and gave Joe Gibbs Racing its sixth
victory of the season, beating Harvick to the checkered flag by 1.112
seconds for his 37th Sprint Cup Series triumph.
That’s about it for this week from 11 Gardner Drive, Westerly, and
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