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Postponement Of Orange County Fair Speedway ‘Hard Clay Open’ Has Not Dulled Buzz For $30,000 Spectacular Event

 

MIDDLETOWN, NY – A two-week postponement has done little to deter the feverish buzz for the first-ever ‘Hard Clay Open’ at Orange County Fair Speedway.

A growing and diverse field is set to tackle the legendary five-eighths-mile oval on Sunday, April 6 for the inaugural 50-lap National Dirt Racing League (NDRL) Short Track Super Series Fueled By VP big-block/small-block Modified event. The $30,000-plus spectacular is a first-time co-promotion involving Orange County operators Michael Gurda IV and Howie Commander in conjunction with special events promoter Brett Deyo. The event is sponsored by United Pump & Tank, East Coast Speed/ECS Auto and West Point Golf.

Fans and racers alike expressed their enthusiasm for the event during the two-day Orange County Fair Speedway Motorsports Show held in the Fairgrounds Arena March 15-16.

The ‘Hard Clay Open’ at Orange County kicks off the NDRL Short Track Super Series Fueled By VP, a six-race big-block/small-block Modified series offering a recently increased $6,000 to the champion from a point fund of $25,000. The series visits Orange County, Thunder Mountain (N.Y.), I-88 (N.Y.), Accord (N.Y.) and Penn Can (Pa.) speedways. A long list of contingency and special awards has been assembled for the first Short Track Super Series season.

Five states and one Canadian province are already represented on the current list of ‘Hard Clay Open’ registrants.

Entries continue to be received by the BD Motorsports Media LLC office, led by Sussex, N.J., superstar Brett Hearn, who will be racing for his 300th career Orange County victory at the ‘Hard Clay Open’ event. Hearn currently owns 299 career Orange County checkered flags (173 big-block Mod; 124 small-block Mod; and two Sprint Car).

Hearn’s longtime rival Danny Johnson of Rochester, N.Y., has picked up the ride in Chris Gennarelli’s No. 86, typically driven by Adam MacGeorge at Penn Can. MacGeorge, a rising Modified star who won his first Penn Can main event last year, steps out of the seat at the ‘Hard Clay Open’ in favor of Johnson.

The winner of the 358-Modified Championship during Eastern States Weekend last October, Stewart Friesen of Sprakers, N.Y., readies for the ‘Hard Clay Open’ off the strength of Fonda (N.Y.) and Utica-Rome (N.Y.) championships in ’13. Friesen is already a winner this season, annexing a triumph at Volusia (Fla.) Speedway Park in February.

Rookie phenom, 19-year-old Anthony Perrego of Montgomery, N.Y., straps into Gary Mann’s New York Truck Parts No. 55 off a wave of momentum. Perrego, who moved into the Modified ranks last August, won the November ‘Gobbler’ spectacular at Accord (worth $7,732.11) and finished second in his very first big-block start at Volusia in February.

Bridgeport (N.J.) Speedway ’13 big-block Mod champion Ryan Watt, driving for Ron Roberts, plans to make his first Orange County start in more than a decade. Boyertown, Pa.’s Watt, who won a BD Motorsports Media LLC event at Penn Can last June, will chase the ’14 NDRL Short Track Super Series Fueled By VP title with plans to attend all six events.

A past champion at Orange County, Lebanon Valley (N.Y.) and Accord speedways, Sheffield, Mass., star Andy Bachetti will pilot the Steve Hough Motors No. 34 at the ‘Hard Clay Open’ event.  Bachetti, like Watt, has filed a full-season entry for the ’14 NDRL Short Track Super Series.

Former Mr. DIRTcar Modified champion Gary Tomkins of Clifton Springs, N.Y., a Canandaigua (N.Y.) Motorsports Park regular, will strap into the Ray and Debbie Tuit/Mike Sparta Trucking No. 673 for the ‘Hard Clay Open’ event. The Tuits and Sparta have a long history of racing at OCFS. Tomkins will be joined by fellow Canandaigua regulars Matt Billings of Brockville, Ont., Canada and Tim Currier of Auburn, N.Y.

New Egypt (N.J.) Speedway regular David Van Horn Jr. of Harmony, N.J., returns to his former home at Orange County, where he is both a big- and small-block past champion, for the ‘Hard Clay Open’ in the Harmony Sand & Gravel No. 71.

Second-generation driver Mike Mahaney of King Ferry, N.Y., the ’13 I-88 Speedway Modified champion, heads to Orange County in his family owned No. 33 big-block. Mahaney has very limited experience at the ‘Legendary House of Power’ turning only a handful of laps in borrowed rides during last October’s Eastern States Weekend.

Accord Speedway ’13 Modified champion Jackie Brown Jr., formerly an Orange County regular, returns to the Hard Clay for the April kickoff. Brown won the ‘King of the Catskill’s event at Accord last September with a pass of Danny Johnson.

The OCFS open-wheel champions from ’13 – Tim Hindley of Fair Oaks, N.Y., (big-block) and Danny Creeden of Middletown, N.Y., (small-block) are set to defend their home turf. Ironically, Hindley reported he will compete with the Joe Sarvis-owned No. 94 small-block, while Creeden will strap into a big-block powered car.

Tommy Meier of Waldwick, N.J., who has won big-block, small-block, Sportsman and Street Stock championships at Orange County, plans to drive a Jeff Behrent-owned No. 3 at the ‘Hard Clay Open’ to kick off his pursuit of the NDRL Short Track Super Series Fueled By VP point title.

Short-trackers looking to tackle the large and fast Orange County oval include Accord regular and previous Short Track SuperNationals winner Danny Tyler of Cottekill, N.Y., I-88 Speedway racer Brett Tonkin of Carbondale, Pa., short-track ace and 10-time Accord champion Rich Ricci Jr. of New Paltz, N.Y., past Five Mile Point champion Justin Holland of Kauneonga Lake, N.Y., and a veteran driver who has visited Victory Lane frequently at the quarter-mile Glen Ridge (N.Y.) Motorsports Park in recent seasons: Elmo Reckner of Ballston Lake, N.Y.

The ‘Hard Clay Open’ is a lucrative Modified event paying $5,000 plus bonuses to the winner, $4,000 for second, $1,500 for fifth, $1,000 for 10th and $500 just to take the green flag. Lap money has been collected and will cycle through the top-seven running positions. The total has climbed to $2,439. A number of other cash awards and bonuses will add to the huge payday for competitors.

Joining the Modifieds are Crate 602 Sportsman in a 25-lap, $1,000-to-win event for the Dig Safely New York GRIT Series. Lap money and special awards are also adding up for ‘Hard Clay Open’ 602 Sportsman competitors.

The ‘Hard Clay Open’ postponement has prompted changes in the Orange County Fair Speedway schedule. The open practice session, originally slated for March 29, has been pushed back to April 5, the eve of the ‘Hard Clay Open’ event. The regular season opener for 2014 will now hit the track on April 12.

In Orange County’s long and storied history, there have been eight different race events completed on or before April 6: March 18, 1984 won by Larry Brolsma; March 25, 1984 won by Charlie Rudolph; April 2, 1983 won by C.D. Coville; April 2, 1983 won by Gary Iulg (heldover from March 27, 1983); April 3, 1966 won by Bill Wimble; April 4, 1959 won by Carl Van Horn; April 4, 1964 won by Bill Wimble and April 6, 1984 won by Bob McCreadie.

For the ‘Hard Clay Open’ pit gates will open at 8 a.m.  Grandstand and drive-in section gates unlock at 10 a.m.  A drivers’ meeting is set for 12:45 p.m., with hot laps at 1:05 p.m. and racing at 2 p.m.

Admission for the ‘Hard Clay Open’ is $20 for Adults, $18 for Seniors and $2 for Kids 12 and under. Pit admission is $35, with no license required.

Big- and small-block combinations are legal for this unique event with staggered minimum weights. American Racer and Hoosier tires are both legal, as well. Accepted tire compounds have been outlined in the race rules/information.

For the first time ever at Orange County, sail panels are permitted for the ‘Hard Clay Open’ Modified event. Sail panels must be no taller than 65 inches when measured from the ground and must mirror each other in size and shape side-for-side. A four-inch roof spoiler is permitted, as well. All other Orange County/DIRTcar body rules will be in effect. Complete race rules, weights and tire compounds can be found online at www.bdmotorsportsmedia.com or www.orangecountyfairspeedway.net.

For qualifying, drivers will draw for their starting positions upon entry to the speedway. Heat-race finishes utilizing staggered passing points will be calculated to set the redraw participants and qualified cars from 10-lap heat races.  Consolations, 10 laps each, will set the remainder of the 28-car starting field via their order of finish. The heat-race finish/passing point combination will set the starting lineups for the consolations.

The passing points system, new to Modified racing but widely used in other forms of racing including Sprint Cars and the famed ‘Chili Bowl’ in Tulsa, Okla., aims to satisfy the desires of both racers and fans by easing the consequences of a poor draw for competitors and providing heat-race excitement for fans.

For further ‘Hard Clay Open’ information, contact Brett Deyo of BD Motorsports Media at Deyo99H@aol.com or by phone at 845.728.2781. BD Motorsports Media is on the web at www.bdmotorsportsmedia.com. “Like” BD Motorsports Media on Facebook or “follow” @BrettDeyo on Twitter.

 

 

 Harsh Winter Weather – Snow, Ice, Cold - Frost – Force Postponement Of Orange County Fair Speedway ‘Hard Clay Open’

 

Event Pushed Back Two Weeks To Sunday, April 6; Orange County Regular Season Opener Now April 12

 

Due to frost in the ground, an abundance of snow and ice on the speedway property and a slow warming trend. Event promoter Brett Deyo, in conjunction with Orange County Fair Speedway operators Michael Gurda IV and Howard Commander, firmed the decision to postpone on Thursday, March 13.

“With early season dates, you are either a hero or zero at the mercy of the weather,” Deyo said of the postponement. “The Northeast dirt Modified community has been very fortunate with March racing over the last several years. This winter has been among the worst for snow, ice and cold. “Michael Gurda knows his facility better than anyone. He is certain – with the current amount of snow and ice left on the track and grounds, the deep nature of the frost, and the slow temperature climb – we will not be able to hold a quality event on the 23rd. With that said, we opted to make the decision now and allow drivers and fans to adjust their plans. “We agreed it is unfair to our racers and fans to push the issue and try to race when the facility isn’t 100-percent ready. The ‘Hard Clay Open’ is shaping up to be a huge event with a large and talented field. The last thing we want is to damage cars on a rough track and have parking issues for spectators and competitors. Now, we have an additional two weeks to ready the track and grounds and we will have the benefit of a practice session on the track April 5.” The entire show, as is, will move to April 6.

The event is headlined by the opening round of the National Dirt Racing League (NDRL) Short Track Super Series Fueled By VP for big-block/small-block Modifieds, a 50-lap main event paying a mammoth $30,000 purse plus special awards and bonuses (more than $35,000 in cash will be handed out that day). The event offers $5,000 to win, $4,000 for second, $1,500 for fifth, $1,000 for 10th and $500 to take the green flag. Racers will compete for a long list of contingency awards and bonuses, in addition to $2,371 in lap money collected.

 Joining the Modifieds are Crate 602 Sportsman in a 25-lap, $1,000-to-win event for the Dig Safely New York GRIT Series. Lap money and special awards are also adding up for ‘Hard Clay Open’ 602 Sportsman competitors. The ‘Hard Clay Open’ postponement has prompted changes in the Orange County Fair Speedway schedule. The open practice session, originally slated for March 29, has been pushed back to April 5, the eve of the ‘Hard Clay Open’ event. The regular season opener for 2014 will now hit the track on April 12.

In Orange County’s long and storied history, there have been eight different race events completed on or before April 6: March 18, 1984 won by Larry Brolsma; March 25, 1984 won by Charlie Rudolph; April 2, 1983 won by C.D. Coville; April 2, 1983 won by Gary Iulg (heldover from March 27, 1983); April 3, 1966 won by Bill Wimble; April 4, 1959 won by Carl Van Horn; April 4, 1964 won by Bill Wimble and April 6, 1984 won by Bob McCreadie.

 For the ‘Hard Clay Open’ pit gates will open at 8 a.m. Grandstand gates unlock at 10 a.m. A drivers’ meeting is set for 1 p.m., with hot laps at 1:20 p.m. and racing at 2 p.m. Admission for the ‘Hard Clay Open’ is $20 for Adults, $18 for Seniors and $2 for Kids 12 and under. Pit admission is $35, with no license required.

 Big- and small-block combinations are legal for this unique event with staggered minimum weights. American Racer and Hoosier tires are both legal, as well. Accepted tire compounds have been outlined in the race rules/information. For the first time ever at Orange County, sail panels are permitted for the ‘Hard Clay Open’ Modified event. Sail panels must be no taller than 65 inches when measured from the ground and must mirror each other in size and shape side-for-side. A four-inch roof spoiler is permitted, as well. All other Orange County/DIRTcar body rules will be in effect. Complete race rules, weights and tire compounds can be found online at www.bdmotorsportsmedia.com or www.orangecountyfairspeedway.net. For qualifying, drivers will draw for their starting positions upon entry to the speedway. Heat-race finishes utilizing staggered passing points will be calculated to set the redraw participants and qualified cars from 10-lap heat races. Consolations, 10 laps each, will set the remainder of the 28-car starting field via their order of finish. The heat-race finish/passing point combination will set the starting lineups for the consolations. The passing points system, new to Modified racing but widely used in other forms of racing including Sprint Cars and the famed ‘Chili Bowl’ in Tulsa, Okla., aims to satisfy the desires of both racers and fans by easing the consequences of a poor draw for competitors and providing heat-race excitement for fans.

 For further ‘Hard Clay Open’ information, contact Brett Deyo of BD Motorsports Media at Deyo99H@aol.com or by phone at 845.728.2781. BD Motorsports Media is on the web at www.bdmotorsportsmedia.com. “Like” BD Motorsports Media on Facebook or “follow” @BrettDeyo on Twitter.

 Located at 239 Wisner Avenue Middletown, NY 10940 on the Orange County Fairgrounds, Orange County Fair Speedway is the oldest continuously operating dirt track in the United States. The first auto race was held at the speedway in 1919. The five-eighths-mile oval offers fully-covered and half-covered grandstands in addition to open bleacher seating on the frontstretch and turn one areas, with drive-in viewing on the backstretch. To learn more, contact the Orange County Fair Speedway office at 845.342.2573 or visit www.orangecountyfairspeedway.net.

The ‘Hard Clay Open’ is presented by United Pump & Tank, East Coast Speed/ECS Auto, West Point Golf, Rock Fantasy Concert, Smoke Shop & Pinball Room, Simplicity Design, 673 Racing, Mike Sparta Trucking, Elmo’s Auto Body, Zubi’s Racing, McGannon Excavating, Teo-Pro Car, Rochinski Contracting Services, Bob Hilbert Sportswear& many other fine marketing and lap sponsors. The National Dirt Racing League (NDRL) Short Track Super Series is presented by VP Racing Fuels, Pioneer Pole Buildings Inc., East Coast Speed/ECS Auto, Rochinski Contracting Services, Allstar Performance, American Racer/Lias Tire, Art’s Radiator, ATL Fuel Cells, BFP Specialty, Bicknell Racing Products, Bob Hilbert Sportswear, COMP Performance Group, Dirt Track Digest, DRACO Springs, Driven Racing Oil, ERK Steering, Finish Line Web Design, Fox Shox, H.B. Steele & Son, Henry’s Stainless Steel Exhaust, Hig Fab Chassis, Jack’s Used Race Car Parts, Kirkey Racing Products, PM3 Digital Imaging, Quarter Master, Race Pro Weekly, Schaeffer Racing Oil, Shiley Fabrication, Sleepy Hollow Golf, Teo-Pro Car, Troyer Race Cars & Vahlco Wheels.

BIG MONEY UP FOR GRABS!

All at the Orange County Fairgrounds!

 

MIDDLETOWN, NY – The richest dirt Modified event in the month of March continues to get more lucrative. The inaugural ‘Hard Clay Open’ presented by United Pump & Tank, East Coast Speed/ECS Auto and West Point Golf – paying a base purse of $30,000 – heads the list of spring events for dirt Modified competitors on Sunday, March 23. The 50-lap National Dirt Racing League (NDRL) Short Track Super Series Fueled By VP big-block/small-block Modified event at Orange County Fair Speedway offers $5,000 to the race winner, but the strength of the payout is the balance throughout the 28-car starting field. Second place offers $4,000; fifth-place $1,500; 10th place $1,000; and $500 just to take the green flag!

The event, promoted by Brett Deyo of BD Motorsports Media LLC via an agreement with speedway promoters Michael Gurda IV and Howard Commander, holds added significance. The ‘Hard Clay Open’ serves as the opening round of the newly formed NDRL Short Track Super Series Fueled By VP, a six-race dirt Modified touring series offering a base point fund of $23,272.22, plus an additional $2,500 in attendance bonuses and a potential $2,500 increase via NDRL Short Track Super Series Fueled By VP ‘Super Fan Plan’ raffle ticket sales.

 “Position-for-position, lap-for-lap the ‘Hard Clay Open’ is not only the richest pre-season springtime race, it’s one of the best-paying events for dirt Modified racers all year,” said event promoter Deyo, also the NDRL Short Track Super Series Fueled By VP coordinator. “A one-day show, paying a base purse of $30,000, plus all the product and cash bonuses, it’s going to be a great day for our racers.”

 Lap sponsorships for the ‘Hard Clay Open’ have been on sale all winter. Each of the race’s 50 laps has now been sold – many twice – for a total of $2,371. That number could increase as laps are now being “doubled and tripled up” with lap money. The cash collected via lap sponsorships will be distributed through the top-seven running order during the 50-lap main.

 Teo-Pro Car of Vernon, N.J., will reward the leader at the halfway mark – lap 25 – with a $500 product certificate in addition to the lucrative $400 Halfway Leader cash bonus posted by Rock Fantasy Smoke and Concert Shop and Pinball Room of Middletown, N.Y., and its owner Stephen Keeler.

The first Orange County Fair Speedway driver across the line in the ‘Hard Clay Open’ Modified event will receive a $250 cash prize from Simplicity Design proprietor Ryan Sacco. Should the first Orange County driver win the event, the incentive will increase to $500 cash.

 Three ‘Judy Tuit Memorial’ Awards had been posted by Ray and Debbie Tuit and Mike Sparta Trucking Offering cash bonuses of $200, $150 and $150 to the third-, sixth- and seventh-place finishers, respectively, in the Modified event. According to the Tuits, those numbers could grow prior to race day.

 Other cash incentives include a $210 Hard Charger Award posted by McGannon Excavating, a $50 17th-place bonus from Elmo’s Auto Body, and $200 spread amongst the final 10 finishers from Rochinski Contracting Services.

A long list of product/certificate awards will be distributed during the event, as well, from Schaeffer Racing Oil, American Racer/Lias Tire, Shiley Fabrication, DRACO Springs, Vahlco Wheels, Allstar Performance, ATL Fuel Cells, Finish Line Web Design, BFP Specialty, Bob Hilbert Sportswear and PM3 Digital Imaging.

A complete list of special awards for the NDRL Short Track Super Series Fueled By VP can be found at www.bdmotorsportsmedia.com. Joining the NDRL big-block/small-block Modifieds are the 602 Sportsman of the Dig Safely New York GRIT Series in a 25-lap event paying $1,000 to the winner and $100 to start.The GRIT staff has secured lap money and contingency awards for the special event.

 Due to high off-season demand, advance tickets – for the first time in BD Motorsports Media history – are offered. Tickets can be purchased in-person at the Orange County Fair Speedway office – located at 239 Wisner Avenue Middletown, NY 10940 – Monday-Friday from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Phone sales, utilizing a credit card, can be completed during the same business hours by calling 845.343.2573. Checks, made payable to Orange County Fair Speedway, can be mailed to the speedway office address above.

 Admission for the ‘Hard Clay Open’ is $20 for Adults, $18 for Seniors and $2 for Kids 12 and under. Pit admission is $35, with no license required.

Big- and small-block combinations are legal for this unique event with staggered minimum weights. American Racer and Hoosier tires are both legal, as well. Accepted tire compounds have been outlined in the race rules/information. For the first time ever at Orange County, sail panels are permitted for the ‘Hard Clay Open’ Modified event.

 Sail panels must be no taller than 65 inches when measured from the ground and must mirror each other in size and shape side-for-side. A four-inch roof spoiler is permitted, as well. All other Orange County/DIRTcar body rules will be in effect. Complete race rules, weights and tire compounds can be found online at www.bdmotorsportsmedia.com or www.orangecountyfairspeedway.net.

 For qualifying, drivers will draw for their starting positions upon entry to the speedway. Heat-race finishes utilizing staggered passing points will be calculated to set the redraw participants and qualified cars from 10-lap heat races. Consolations, 10 laps each, will set the remainder of the 28-car starting field via their order of finish. The heat-race finish/passing point combination will set the starting lineups for the consolations.

The passing points system, new to Modified racing but widely used in other forms of racing including Sprint Cars and the famed ‘Chili Bowl’ in Tulsa, Okla., aims to satisfy the desires of both racers and fans by easing the consequences of a poor draw for competitors and providing heat-race excitement for fans.

The ‘Hard Clay Open’ will be contested on a date that is conflict-free on the dirt Modified landscape. The Sunday afternoon lid-lifter should attract a cross-section of cars from the north, south, east and west. On Saturday of the weekend (March 22), New Egypt (N.J.) Speedway hosts an event, setting up a potential two-day swing south for traveling teams from Central New York and further north.

 Fans can be assured pit-area parking will be laid out carefully to keep larger haulers toward the center, with only smaller trucks and trailers in the corners to ensure maximum visibility. The show will be fast-paced to allow fans and racers ample travel time on a Sunday night.

The GRIT Series 602 Sportsman will draw for starting positions with a redraw of top qualifiers for the main event. Heats and consolations will be eight laps. GRIT Series rules will be in effect on this event. Visit www.gritracingseries.com for further information.

For the 2014 ‘Hard Clay Open’ event, pit gates open at 8 a.m. Grandstand gates open at 10 a.m. A drivers’ meeting will take place at 1 p.m., with hot laps at 1:20 p.m. and racing at 2 p.m. Fans can expect a pre-race autograph session/meet and greet in both the grandstand and drive-in areas.

The ‘Hard Clay Open’ will mark the second earliest Orange County opener since the speedway began hosting stock cars regularly in 1948, eclipsed only by March 18, 1984 when Larry Brolsma drove to victory.

 For further ‘Hard Clay Open’ information, contact Brett Deyo of BD Motorsports Media at Deyo99H@aol.com or by phone at 845.728.2781. BD Motorsports Media is on the web at www.bdmotorsportsmedia.com. “Like” BD Motorsports Media on Facebook or “follow” @BrettDeyo on Twitter.

 Located at 239 Wisner Avenue Middletown, NY 10940 on the Orange County Fairgrounds, Orange County Fair Speedway is the oldest continuously operating dirt track in the United States. The first auto race was held at the speedway in 1919. The five-eighths-mile oval offers fully-covered and half-covered grandstands in addition to open bleacher seating on the frontstretch and turn one areas, with drive-in viewing on the backstretch. To learn more, contact the Orange County Fair Speedway office at 845.342.2573 or visit www.orangecountyfairspeedway.net. In the event of inclement weather, the rain date is tentatively slated for Friday, March 28.

 The regular season at Orange County is slated to get underway with an open practice on March 29 and the official Season Opener on April 5.

The ‘Hard Clay Open’ is presented by United Pump & Tank, East Coast Speed/ECS Auto, West Point Golf, Rock Fantasy Concert, Smoke Shop & Pinball Room, Simplicity Design, 673 Racing, Mike Sparta Trucking, Elmo’s Auto Body, Zubi’s Racing, McGannon Excavating, Teo-Pro Car, Rochinski Contracting Services, Bob Hilbert Sportswear & many other fine marketing and lap sponsors.

 The National Dirt Racing League (NDRL) Short Track Super Series is presented by VP Racing Fuels, Pioneer Pole Buildings Inc., East Coast Speed/ECS Auto, Rochinski Contracting Services, Allstar Performance, American Racer/Lias Tire, Art’s Radiator, ATL Fuel Cells, BFP Specialty, Bicknell Racing Products, Bob Hilbert Sportswear, COMP Performance Group, DRACO Springs, Driven Racing Oil, ERK Steering, Finish Line Web Design, H.B. Steele & Son, Henry’s Stainless Steel Exhaust, Hig Fab Chassis, Jack’s Used Race Car Parts, Kirkey Racing Products, PM3 Digital Imaging, Quarter Master, Schaeffer Racing Oil, Shiley Fabrication, Teo-Pro Car, Troyer Race Cars & Vahlco Wheels.

 

 

 

 

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