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New Payout Schedule Announced


33+ cars will pay $2000
17-32 cars will still pay $1500
16 or fewer will pay $1000

Runner-up adjusted accordingly
Round money stays the same



Race 9 MIR Legends

Steven Shipley asserts himself for first win of 2016

Dave Reitz runner-up…….…………….

Maryland International Raceway September 17, 2016 What a great weekend weather wise! Once again, we saw a total car count of
twenty-one entries take part in the “Legends at Budds Creek” meet held each September at Maryland International Raceway. Leading the melee was Aaron Shipley
with a stellar .003 reaction time, followed closely by Dad, Wayne, at .009. Kevin Grasson skated in with a.019, Bill Murphy IV .022 and current point’s
leader John Warehime at a .035 to round out the top five qualifiers.

Elimination got underway with Austin Powers eliminating Tony Silipena, John Medaglia in his 1962 Impala over Kevin Grasson, who broke out with a 10.357 on his 10.40
index. Medaglia dialing a 10.35 nailed it with a great 10.357 elapsed time, Bill Murphy IV ended last week’s runner-up Gary Nies, John Reed taking out US 13 winner John
Warehime, Henry George Jr with the round win over Bob Fort Jr by a MOV of .009 seconds, Dan Woods removing Tom Sneden from competition, Steven Shipley finished
Wayne Shipley’s day, Leo Sekulski got the from Ed Youmans, Dave Reitz over Danny Lattimore, Cliff Sebring defeating Sean Pickett and Aaron
Shipley with the bye run into round two. 

Dan Woods took his 68’ Mustang to another round win to remove Bill Murphy IV; John Reed got the automatic win when Austin Powers went -.188 red, but was no able to
make the next round after he broke the transmission,  Aaron Shipley winning over Cliff Sebring, Henry George Jr abolishing the Ford Galaxie of Sekulski, Dave Reitz
beating John Medaglia and Steven Shipley with a single into quarterfinals. 

Six drivers still in competition led by three Mopars, two Fords and an Oldsmobile 442. Reitz took out Henry George Jr, Aaron Shipley defeating Dan Woods and Steven
Shipley driving his 1961 Ford Starliner got a broke bye with John Reed a no-show due to breakage.. 

Dave Reitz benefited with the bye-run into the final with Steven Shipley in a tight race over Aaron Shipley. 

The last run  of the day was now up with the Mopar of Dave Reitz meeting the Ford of Steven Shipley. As the tree came down, Shipley left first with an 11.85 dial to the
quicker 10.65 index of Reitz, but all was for naught as Shipley’s .117 reaction  was too much for Dave’s .278! Reitz did run closer to his index with a 10.67, but it was
not enough to overcome Shipley’s slowing 12.024, 11.85. The MOV was .007 of a second and Steven’s first 422 Allstars win! 

Race#10, will be held at Capital Raceway on October 15th. So we now have about a month to regroup for our 2016 finale and don’t forget, those who attended no less
 than nine points earning events will receive an additional 30 bonus points to their tally.  ---George Case---



Race 8 US 13/Delmar

Warehime knocks down win #3 of 2016!!

Nies settles for runner-up…….…………….

U.S. 13 Dragway September 11, 2016 – The event, number #9 of our series, at the family run U.S. 13 Dragway once again provided a great venue for
drag racing, as we start to wind down our 2016 season. The track located right on the Delaware/Maryland border is one of the largest drawing spectator facilities in the
state and built by the Cathell family way back in 1963. The track is one of our favorite spots we race on each year! 

Multi-time 422 Allstars Champ, Kevin Grasson led the qualifiers with a .013 light, trailed by John Reed .015, Wayne Shipley .018, Henry George Jr .029 and eventual race
winner John Warehime in at .032. Twenty-one teams participated in the event. Fortunately, the weather was a little more cooperating with temperatures in the 80’s,
down from the blistering string days in the 90’s we’ve experienced this season. 

Eliminations got underway at 4:30 p.m. with Bob Fort Jr taking out the 1965 Comet of Tony Silipena, John Reed dusted Dan Woods, who went way red -.028, Gary Nies over
Mike Ryan, another red-light foul -.051, Bill Murphy ended number three qualifier, Wayne Shipley’s day, via a red-light -.014, Tom Sneden eliminated Aaron Shipley, yes
red-light foul -.040, Cliff Sebring singled when Mike Reitz was a no-show, Warehime over Austin Powers red-light -.014, Steve Shipley to Henry George Jr -.007 foul, Steve
McBlane beat Leo Sekulski, Patrick McNulty over Ed Youmans’ -.056 foul, but Ed did run a right-on 8.853 on his 8.85 index and Kevin Grasson getting the bye-run as the
 number one qualifier. Suspiciously, 35% of the runs were a red-light foul? 

In a tight second round match-up, Gary Nies just nipped the hard-charging Comet of Steve McBlane with a margin of victory of .008! Gary clipped off a .034, 10.140, 10.10,
to McBlane’s .062, 9.070, 9.05 index! Tom Sneden moved into round three, when opponent, Steve Shipley pushed a bit too much breaking out running a 10.788 on his 10.80
index. Bob Fort Jr with his high flying “Jersey Duke II” got the round over a red-lighting Bill Murphy IV, Kevin Grasson got the win before he even left the starting line as
Patrick McNulty knew he had a tough race on the line and went -.001 red! In a battle of past champions, Warehime sneaked past Cliff Sebring and the
final run of the round seeing John Reed single to the next round. 

The quarterfinals (round #3); Sneden over Grasson, Warehime over Reed and Nies over Fort setting the stage for the semis. Semifinals,
Warehime defeating Sneden and Nies a bye-run to the final. 

As the so-called smoke had cleared, John Warehime scored the win, his third so far this season eliminating Gary Nies’ “Blue Thunder” 1964 Plymouth. Warehime along
with Patrick McNulty are the two sole Chevrolets running consistently in the series and stuck in the middle of a flock of Mopars and Fords. Warehime’s only “non-Mopar”
race during eliminations was against Austin Powers in the 422 Motorsports 1967 Fairlane. The GM contingent is also well represented by the 442 Oldsmobile’s of
Wayne and Aaron Shipley, both dedicated racers and true to the GM plate. 

Next race, the seventh annual “Legends at Budds Creek” followed by the season finale at Capitol Raceway. Both tracks in Maryland, so get your “southern hospitality” on!
--- George Case ---



Race 7 Maple Grove

Rain, rain, but race complete
as we get one full round of eliminations in before the rain

Maple Grove Raceway August 21, 2016 – Lex Dudas and his staff were caught between a rock and a hard place with a terrible weather outlook.
It is one of those “damned if you do damned if you don’t” situations! The day started out with the possibility of getting the race in, the morning’s weather looked good,
but after one qualifying pass it started changing quickly. The MGR staff made the call to go right into eliminations before the skies opened up and the track was barraged
with major rain. The 422 Allstars were fortunate enough to get one full round in, so the race is deemed completed with the racers in
attendance earning tech, qualify and elimination points. 

Qualifying put Leo Sekulski at the top of the pile in his 1963 ½ Ford Galaxie, shadowed by Dan Woods in second. Woods has been qualifying in the top week after week
of late, Wayne Shipley third, Ed Youmans fourth and Aaron Shipley rounding out the top five. 

We want to thank the racers that made the haul up from Capitol Raceway in support of the 422 Allstars series! We are aware that the schedule this season forced
us to have four race weekends in row and realize it is a hardship for many. 

As for the point standings to date (8/21); John Warehime now leads with 198 trailed by Aaron Shipley 194, both with two wins so far this season, the John Reed at 185
with a win, Ed Youmans 173 one win and Dan Woods in fifth with 155 going rounds and notching qualifying points at each event near the top . With three events left on the
schedule; U.S. 13, MIR and season ending at Capitol the field is still open for some upsets for sure!  

So we now have a couple of weeks to regroup for race #8 at, U.S. 13 Dragway, on Sunday, September 11th.  ---George Case---



Race 6 Capitol

John Warehime scores second race win of 2016
Overpowering Bob Fort Jr.…….…………….

Capitol Raceway August 20, 2016 – Our second venture at Capitol Raceway saw nineteen participants take part in the second of three points earning
events to be conducted at the track this season. We want to thank the Capitol Raceway management team for the support of the 422 Allstars and see the
value added to their great list of events with our participation! 

Bob Walker Jr. nailed the tree leading off qualifying with .001 reaction time! Bob drives a very cool period correct 1963 Z11 Chevrolet Impala.  Multi-time champ, Kevin
Grasson was second at .008, sentimental favorite Dave Reitz, third .011, Steven Shipley .012 fourth and John Reed completing the top 5 with a .013. 

Eliminations got underway with two no-shows due to breakage; Mike Reitz and Henry George Jr. handing round wins to Bob Fort Jr. and Pat McNulty respectively. Other
winners were Kevin Grasson, Tom Sneden, Aaron Shipley, Wayne Shipley, Steve Shipley (no relation to Wayne and Aaron), John Warehime, Ed Youmans and Bob Walker
who singled as the top qualifier. Probably the best run of the round was Ed Youmans posting a .009, 8.957, 8.95 at 146.27! 

Aaron Shipley took the win in round two defeating Bob Walker Jr. Walker ran closer to his 10.00 index, 10.015, but his .063 negated Aarons .024, 11.162, 11.15, Warehime
 got around Wayne Shipley, Steven Shipley getting the win over Tom Sneden via a better reaction .064 to .106 with both off their indexes by .08, Fort was up on the chip
for his battle against Grasson pinning the tree with a .005 reaction time to Grasson’s close .017, but Fort ran a little closer 9.350, 9.30 vs 10.566, 10.50
and Ed Youmans ending the round over Pat McNulty. 

Round three; Shipley versus Shipley only this time its Aaron scoring over Steven, Warehime over Youmans with both running over by .01, but Warehime’s .076 eclipsed
Youmans .099 and Bob Fort Jr. singling to the semifinals. The semis put Fort against Aaron with and the closes race of the day, only .006 separated the two at the stripe;
Fort .079, 9.307, 9.30 Aaron .021, 11.221, 11.15! Warehime had the round bye to the final contest of the day. 

Both Warehime and Fort cut through the field meeting with a 50/50 chance for either driver scoring the win, but when all was said and done Warehime ran a right-on 10.209
on his 10.20 with a .069 light to Fort’s way late .236, breakout 9.290, 9.30. 

Race over pack up for the journey up “north” to Maple Grove Raceway for the “Glory Days” nostalgia event the next day (8/21) with the weather looking
glooming, but we will be ready to run.  ---George Case---



Race 5 Beaver Springs

Aaron Shipley nails it at Beaver Bash

Eliminating Dad, Wayne in final…….……………. 

Beaver Springs Dragway August 13, 2016 – Up the mountain and through the woods for the annual “Flashback Friday” weekend hosted by
the charismatic track operator, “Beaver” Bob McCardle. The “Beaver” has made several improvements at the facility in the past few years, namely the upgrading the
track surface with new asphalt and milling to level it, plus additional return road and pit paving as well. The improvements, needless to say, have been well received by
the racers. The “Beaver” operates the facility, like an Army General, having his finger on every aspect, of course with support from his wife, Donna. 

Trouble hindered the event with rain and lightning, but the experienced BSD crew got right to work getting things ready for the battle. The lightning played havoc on the
Compulink Timing system and knocked out the upper end infrareds forcing the event to run 1/8 mile (660’) instead of the customary ¼ mile (1320’).  

Of the nineteen qualifiers participating in the 422 Allstars program, Steve McBlane commanded the top position with a .006 second reaction time, in his 1965 Comet,
trailed by 2015 Allstars Champion, Ed Youmans in Frank Pelligrini’s Falcon, Pat McNulty, Dan Woods and Mike Ryan for the top five places. 

The program as stated was run eighth mile, so it threw several of the racers a curve altering their normal programs. Round #1; Pat McNulty ran a 7.258 on his 7.25 index
eliminating Bob Fort Jr. with his too quick 5.987 on a 6-flat index, Leo Sekulski nailed the tree with an awesome .004 reaction time over Dan Woods .-058 red-light, Bill
Murphy put another round win under his belt, when Tony Silipena in his new 1965 Comet went -.030 red, Tom Gustafsson ran dead-on his 6.95 index to eliminate the
classic 67’ Fairlane wagon of Brant Kelley, Tom Grigaliunas slid by Mike Ryan, who ran .02 under (really .017) his 6.70 index at 6.683, Wayne Shipley benefitted with the
win, when Tom Sneden was a no-show, John Warehime connected with tree recording a great .015 r.t. to a red-lighting -.028 Ed Youmans, Aaron Shipley took the win
over Al Suhr, who ran a little too quick 6.429 on his 6.45 index, John Reed removed Austin Powers from competition with a super .003 r.t, 6.953 on his 6.95. Powers went
way red -.107, but at the “Flashback Friday” race the night before scored his first win eliminating a really tough field of competitors…congratulations
Austin! Steve McBlane soloed as the number qualifier into round two.  

Round two saw McBlane over John Reed, Murphy over Sekulski, Aaron Shipley take out Warehime, McNulty terminated Gustafsson chances and Wayne Shipley beat

McBlane again led off in round three taking out Murphy, Aaron Shipley receiving the bye and, Wayne Shipley knocking out Pat McNulty. In the semifinals; Wayne collected
a free pass into the final with son, Aaron ended a strong day for Steve McBlane. 

Yet again, the father and son Shipley duo, Aaron and Wayne, met with son disregarding his elder to score the win!  ---George Case---

p.s. Tom Gustafsson made the trip all the way from Sweden to race Flashback Friday and with the 422 Allstars.


Race 4 Island

John Reed winner at Island Dragway
William Murphy nabs runner-up …….…………….

Great Meadows, NJ August 7, 2016 – We made our voyage to the historic Island Dragway located about sixty miles west of New York City. The track
has been in existence since the early sixties and now operated by Melissa DeMarckey, the granddaughter of Ed and Kate Kowalick the original owners and builders of the
famed track. Melissa, like many of the younger generation of children whose families owned and operated racetracks definitely has it in her blood
doing a great job keeping the facility up and running!

The 422 Allstars were part of the track’s “Nitro Funny Car Showdown” and included a variety of nostalgic race cars. The event was a great success and the track prep
was outstanding per the racers in attendance. Kudos to the Island staff! 

Only fifteen racers from our group attended and those who were not present once again missed out on a great event. Qualifying was led off by Bob Fort Jr. in his wheels-up
1964 Plymouth, the “Jersey Duke”, Steve Shipley, Dan Woods, Craig Balmer and John Warehime rounding out the top five entries.  

First round got underway with John Reed, Austin Powers, Tony Silipena, Steve Shipley, Bill Murphy, Pat McNulty, Joe DeLoreto and Bob
Fort soloing into the second round. 

Round two saw Reed eliminate Fort, Powers over Silpena, Murphy take down S. Shipley and McNulty eliminate DeLoreto.  

Next up was the semis with Reed’s Mopar taking the 422 Motorsports Fairlane driven by Austin Powers. On the other side of the ladder Murphy driving the
422 Motorsports 1962 Mercury put the clean Z16 Chevelle of Pat McNulty. 

With the final set and Murphy’s first trip to final against the experienced John Reed it was anyone’s race as the tree started down, when all was said and done Reed claimed
 his second win of the season and moves to the number one overall point’s earner to date. 

Next up is “Flashback Friday” (non-points) at Beaver Springs Dragway and race number five Saturday also at the “Beaver”.  ---George Case---


p.s. No elimination’s data provided; elapsed time, miles per hour or reaction times.



Race 3 Englishtown

John Warehime nabs first win of 2016
Steven Shipley runner-up …….…………….


Raceway Park, NJ, July 24, 2016 – Our annual journey to Old Bridge Township Raceway Park saw lots and lots of sun, heat (96°) and humidity, plus a great
turnout of support for the 37th Annual Old Time Drags & Rod Run event at the fabled facility.

Nineteen cars made up the field with seventeen making the first round call. Aaron Shipley, the runner-up at the last event at Cecil County Dragway nailed the number one
qualifying position, followed by Austin Powers, Leo Sekulski, Dan Woods and Mike Reitz to round out the top five qualifiers. 

Eliminations got underway led off by Bob Fort, Jr. and Leo Sekulski with Fort taking the win when Sekulski ran too quick on his 9.90 index posting a 9.854 second elapsed
time. Next up was Bill Murphy driving the 422 Motorsports team 1962 Mercury against Al Suhr. In a real close match up Murphy took the win by .003 of a second, both
drivers had identical .084 reaction times and both ran close to their respective dials 10.618 Murphy (10.55) and 10.121 Suhr (10.05). Wayne Shipley over Austin Powers,
who ran a 10.256 on his 10.25 index, but was negated by his -.105 red-light, John Reed got an earned bye, when Wayne Pope was a no show, John Warehime seized
the win over fellow Chevrolet racer Pat McNulty as McNulty fouled -.026. Warehime actually ran too quick 10.264 on his 10.30 index, which brings to mind the continuing
controversy of worse red light. For many years racers have tossed this issue back and forth on the topic. Just this past year, Bob Brockmeyer of Compulink fame, developed
a program where the worst red light loses the race, meaning the second driver to leave can red light worse and the first that red lighted by less is deemed the winner……
they say, “these times are a changing”. Mike Reitz clipped his dad Dave, Dan Woods over Tom Sneden, Steve Shipley singled as Joe DeLoreto’s Chevrolet was a no show, Ed
Youmans to a fouling -.067 red light of Louis Popp and finally Aaron Shipley a bye as the number qualifier. 

Youmans checked off a second round win in a double red light race; Youmans -.104, 8.998, 9.00 index to Dan Wood 10.351, 10.35 index -.009 reaction time here again the
worst light was by the quicker car, but left second, Aaron Shipley eliminating Bill Murphy, Mike Reitz beating John Reed in a pair of Dodge Cornets Reitz a 1966 and Reed a
1967 model, Warehime got by Bob Fort with a .058, 10.315, 10.30 to Fort’s .170, 9.309, 9.30 and Steve Shipley over Wayne Shipley to complete the round. Incidentally,
Steve Shipley is not a relation to the father and son team of Wayne and Aaron. 

The quarter finals pitted Aaron Shipley alongside Ed Youmans with Shipley moving into the semifinals, Steve Shipley had the bye and John Warehime got around
Mike Reitz with another 10.30 pass running a 10.305 elapsed time. 

The semifinals saw the two non-related Shipley’s meet with Steve taking Aaron out to secure his place in the final against Warehime,
who had the semi-bye run. 

With all the marbles up for grabs Warehime scored the victory posting a.049, 10.380, 10.30 to Steve Shipley’s .081, 11.841, 11.70 index. 

So another event goes into the books. Next event also in New Jersey at the historic Island Dragway ( ) in Great Meadows, NJ on August 7th as
part of their 56th annual Funny Car Showdown event. 



Race 2 Cecil

Aaron Shipley slides into runner-up spot…………….

 Cecil County Dragway, MD, June 25, 2016 – After our first attempt to race at Cecil County Dragway was foiled by the track having to postpone
the event due to a scheduling conflict with another contracted event to our scheduled date, the 422 Allstars were ready to get things going after a couple of weeks
off from racing after completion of race #1 at Capitol Raceway!

A total of twenty-four teams participated with twenty-three making the first round of eliminations. Multi-time series champ, Kevin Grasson, shook up the troops
with a stunning .000 reaction time to lead qualifying followed by; Aaron Shipley .004, Wayne Pope .012, Craig Balmer .020 and Leo Sekulski
rounding out the top five with a .026 light.

Capitol Raceway winner, John Reed got by Sean Pickett via one of the closes runs of the day nipping Pickett’s 8.953, on an 8.95 index .083 r.t. by .004 of a second
at the finish line with an awesome .004 reaction time. Reed posted a 10.728, 10.65, .004 r.t with the margin of victory M.O.V. being .004! Other stellar runs during first
round were Dave Reitz .002, 10.601, 10.60 to defeat Tony Silipena, who broke out with a 9.428 on his 9.50 index and then Dan Woods stealing the round win from Steve
Shipley with a10.156, 10.15, .018 in his D & W Motorsports Cobra Jet Mustang.

Round number two saw Ed Youmans run right on his 8.85 index with a 8.858, but it looked like John Warehime had it wrapped up by means of a better reaction
time (.077, .109), but pushed his 1967 Chevelle ever so hard breaking out by .001 at 10.049 on his 10.05 index, as they say, “that’s racing!” After the so-called smoke had
cleared from the round two, Dan Woods, Ed Youmans along with Aaron Shipley moved into round three.

Aaron Shipley got by Kevin Grasson, who went way red at -.042, Youmans taking out Austin Powers driving the black 1967 Fairlane that propelled Youmans to the
2015 Allstars title and Woods eliminating the 1965 Chevelle Z16 of Pat McNulty, when he fouled his chances with a -.005 reaction time.

The semifinals saw Woods go out setting up the final match of the event with Ed Youmans and Aaron Shipley facing one another. Youmans garnered topmost spot as
Aaron Shipley went red -.014 handing the automatic win to Youmans. Youmans, 10.028, 8.85, .120 to Shipley’s -.014, 11.039, 11.05 index.

We now have a month prior to our next event which will be held at Old Bridge Township Raceway Park Englishtown, NJ July 24th for the 37th Annual Old
Time Drags & Rod Run (


Race 1 Capitol

Lou Popp places in second position…………….

 Capitol Raceway, MD, June 4, 2016 - The season opener again started at Capitol Raceway, which is located in Crofton, MD, just north of our
capitol in Washington, DC. And don’t forget, two more event will be at Capitol, the second August 20th and number three, the season finale October 15th. The
series for 2016 shall consist of ten points earning event, plus one non-points event at Beaver Springs for Beaver Bob’s “Flashback Friday”. New to this year’s
schedule is the addition of Island Dragway in Great Meadows, NJ with a long history of drag racing and the site of Don Garlits’ record 200 mile per hour run in
August 1964. We want to thank the track operators for their continued support of the 422 Allstars and are committed to putting on a quality race show!

            Dan Woods claimed the number one spot in qualifying with a great .003 reaction time. Hardcore racer, John Warehime came in second with a .012,
Patrick McNulty third .016, yes two Chevrolets near the top, Aaron Shipley also at .016 and Wayne Shipley taking the fifth place at .024. Twenty-nine
racers took the first round tree.

            The quarterfinals pitted Lou Popp against Wayne Shipley with Popp moving into the semis, Wayne Pope knocking out Al Suhr, Dave Reitz
terminating John Warehime's day, and John Reed taking the round from Gary Nies.

            Lou Popp got by Wayne Pope’s FE powered 1961 Ford Starliner, while on the other side of the ladder fellow Mopar racers John Reed and Dave Reitz
lined up with Reed claiming his berth into the final against Popp.

            John Reed, who had two wins in 2015 took his first win of the year defeating Lou Popp.---- George Case


p.s. information was limited with no elapsed times, etc. being provided by the track.




Anthony George Pappas, born July 26, 1987, in Pottstown, PA, was taken from us on May 26, 2016, while doing what he loved: riding.
He is survived by the love of his life, Laurel Blesy; his mother, Theresa Whinery; his sister, Erin Smith; and his nephew, Kaleb Dromie.
Anthony was a beloved boyfriend, son, brother, uncle, nephew and cousin. Anthony brought his passion for fixing cars to his work
every day. When he wasn’t at work, he was working on race cars at 422 Motorsports, helping a fellow friend, or working on his own toys.
Anthony’s smile would light up the room, his laugh was contagious, he would do anything for anyone, and he was adored by all that have
met him. We celebrate the beauty and the many ways he touched the lives of those who knew and loved him. May your presence
be with us all and may your laughter echo throughout Heaven for all of eternity.

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Ed Youmans clinches the 2015 Championship

Gary Nies Holds on for the #2 spot




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Thanks to Your Way Video and Cecil County Dragway.


Oaks, PA.  Wanna relive the factory Super Stock wars of the 60’s. The 422 All Star Nostalgia Super Stock Series
will allow fans to do just that. All 60’s big blocks, all lettered, dual quads, all motor, all cool,  no slicks on the wrong
end of the car, no cars that came to America on a boat. Just plain old classic Detroit Iron
with open exhausts and not a prayer of ever being driven on the street.

The show consists of 427 Fords and Chevy’s in addition to Chrysler Hemi and wedge big blocks with a dose of
AMC  and Pontiac big block power. Many original factory drivers and true legends of the sport who are willing to
talk with fans and relive the “Golden Age of Drag Racing”. A one day show that will move quickly on the track
schedule with minimal breakdowns and a .400 Sportsman tree that can reduce or eliminate red lights.


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