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#101 ReWind

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Posted 28 January 2015 - 16:00

died     name                      (nat)  age        born    major achievement
2015

Jan 03   Axel Spengler             (Ger)   62    03/01/53
Jan 03   Tibor Széles              (Hun)   90    24/11/24

Jan 04   Ron Vinje                 (USA)   81    03/02/33

Jan 05   Jean-Pierre Beltoise      (Fra)   77    26/04/37    1972 GP Monaco winner
Jan 05   George Daszkowski         (Can)   66    22/01/48
Jan 05   Frank Ferrara             (USA)   82    05/06/32

Jan 06   Gordy Stewart             (USA)   77    06/04/37

Jan 07   Dusty Jones               (USA) c.90        1924
Jan 07   Sergey Lubchenko          (Rus)   44    10/02/70

Jan 07   Don Seay                  (USA)   71    14/01/43

Jan 09   Klaus Fritzinger          (Ger)   78    08/01/37
Jan 13   Ed Doebler                (USA)   62    17/03/52
Jan 13   John Weinthal             (Aus)   74    03/03/40
Jan 15   Manfredo Lippmann         (Gua)   88    28/12/26
Jan 18   Helmut Bross              (Ger)   75    05/05/39
Jan 18   Tom Clarke                (GBr)  103    23/01/11
Jan 19   Robert Manzon             (Fra)   97    12/04/17
Jan 20   Cam Forbes                (GBr)   51    31/10/63
Jan 20   Junior Knepper            (USA)   80    22/03/34
Jan 21   Jean-Jacques Poch         (Fra)   70    28/03/44
Jan 24   Pat Carvath               (GBr)   78    18/06/36
Jan 25   Ronald Barker             (GBr)   94       04/20
Jan 25   Rob Worboys               (Aus) c.75

Jan 26   Bob Coulter               (USA)   82    06/11/32

Jan 28   Zdzisław Kałuża           (Pol)   82    10/03/32
Jan 29   Armin Hostetter           (USA)   87    08/09/27    Trail-Way Speedway founder
Jan 29   Tommy Sutcliffe           (USA)   81    05/12/33
Jan 29   Howard Thomas             (USA)   85    11/01/30

Jan 30   John Mausa                (USA)   91    10/03/23

Jan 30   Patrick Wilda Jr.         (USA)   33    01/11/81
Jan 31   Esther Lyon               (USA)   80    27/03/34
 
2015

Feb 01   Evans Norris              (USA)   76    04/02/38
Feb 04   Doug Magnon               (USA)   55    14/12/59    Riverside Int’l Automotive Museum

Feb 05   Allan Dalby               (Can)   92    24/12/22

Feb 06   Bobby Burger              (USA)   74    26/11/40

Feb 07   Peca Milićević            (Srb)   61    30/10/53

Feb 10   Skip Turyonas             (USA)   58    26/06/56

Feb 11   Ed McVay                  (USA)   92    21/12/22
Feb 12   Jacques Foulon            (Fra) c.83
Feb 13   Roy Kennedy               (GBr)   77    26/03/37
Feb 13   Don Shepherd              (USA)   80    16/04/34

Feb 14   Jackie Hamilton           (USA)   80    23/03/34

Feb 15   Piero Mancini             (Ita) c.68                Motori Moderni founder

Feb 17   Ricky Taylor              (USA)   69    25/01/46

Feb 19   Thee Dixon                (USA)   76    30/10/38    Mansion Racing team owner
Feb 19   Gérard Ducarouge          (Fra)   73    23/10/41

Feb 20   Paul Deasey               (USA)   87    27/09/27

Feb 20   Yutaka Katayama           (Jpn)  105    15/09/09    „father“ of the Datsun 240Z 

Feb 21   Lawrence Bruce            (NZl) c.66   

Feb 23   Mike Colabucci            (USA)   52    16/12/62

Feb 25   Dennis Ortenburger        (USA) c.71

Feb 26   Boris Borisov             (Bul)   39    05/09/75

Feb 26   Sue Hindmarsh             (GBr)   82        1932

Feb 28   Gerd Baroth               (Ger)   78    05/10/36

Feb ??   Harry Mendel              (Aus)   66    07/09/48

 

2015

Mar 02   Leo Geoghegan             (Aus)   78    16/05/36

Mar 02   Jem Marsh                 (GBr)   84    15/04/30    Marcos co-founder

Mar 03   Claude Parpex             (Fra)   66    21/11/48

Mar 04   Brian Hilderbrand         (USA)   55       11/59

Mar 04   Jürgen Möhle              (Ger)   75    10/08/39

Mar 05   Davis Laitano             (CRc)

Mar 06   Red Coffin                (USA)   75    20/08/39

Mar 06   Jack Goodwin              (USA)   85    27/05/29

Mar 07   Jack Elden                (USA)   82    07/09/32

Mar 08   Pete Fortune              (GBr)   56    28/09/58

Mar 09   Ron Lemasters Sr.         (USA)   76    02/11/38

Mar 11   Philip Young              (GBr)   66    21/09/48

Mar 12   Larry Bowers              (USA)   81    31/10/33

Mar 12   Ron Daggett               (USA)   74    19/07/40

Mar 13   Randy Fiscus              (USA)   51    10/05/63

Mar 14   José Lumbreras            (Esp) c.31

Mar 14   Walter Nawotka            (Ger)   54    10/06/60

Mar 14   Bill Wright               (USA)   77    21/04/37

Mar 18   Armando Bergamini         (Arg)   90    10/11/24

Mar 18   Dennis Stephenson         (USA)   75    25/10/39

Mar 19   Wendell Chambers          (USA)   70    21/08/44

Mar 19   Eugene Hall               (USA)   90    12/07/24

Mar 19   Dick Harvey               (GBr) c.71        1943

Mar 19   Dick Irish                (USA)   84    24/07/30

Mar 23   Earl Baltes               (USA)   93    27/04/21    Eldora Speedway founder

Mar 23   Doug Graham               (GBr) c.85        1930

Mar 23   Tom Slattery              (Aus)   84    25/07/30

Mar 26   Dick Dunn                 (USA)   77    19/07/37

Mar 26   Tsvetomira Georgieva      (Bul)   33    06/07/81

Mar 28   Marie Laurent             (Fra) c.70        1944

Mar 30   Buddy Bardwell            (USA)   90    04/07/24

Mar 30   Jeroen van der Ploeg      (Ned)   64    22/02/51

Mar ??   Aleksandr Sorokin         (Lat)

 

2015

Apr 02   Manoel de Oliveira        (Por)  106    12/12/08

Apr 06   Bill Earnest              (USA)   89    10/04/25

Apr 07   Christian Carron          (Sui) c.67        1947

Apr 08   Victor Baldescu           (Rom)   62    13/10/52

Apr 10   Dick Quallio              (USA)   79    01/12/35

Apr 11   Karel Holaň               (Cze)   58    27/03/57

Apr 12   Gary Terry                (USA)   36    16/06/78

Apr 12   Bob Trotter               (GBr)   67    23/04/47

Apr 15   Greg Margetts             (GBr)   63    26/11/51    Competition Engine Services founder

Apr 16   Rob Turnbull              (GBr)   71    07/03/44

Apr 20   Robert Harrington         (USA)   72    19/11/42

Apr 20   David Into                (USA)   75    15/08/39

Apr 20   J.G. Mal-Voy              (Bel)   67    28/08/47

Apr 21   Steve Byrnes              (USA)   56    14/04/59

Apr 21   Marc Peccolo              (Fra)   60    17/01/55

Apr 21   Marvin Ragan              (USA)   72    26/02/43

Apr 22   Clive Adams               (Aus) c.99        1915

Apr 22   Jurgen Damen              (Bel)   42    28/07/72

Apr 22   Rodney Franklin           (USA)   61    21/05/53

Apr 23   Jerry Clark               (USA)   93    10/03/22    Port Royal Speedway president

Apr 23   „Perrier“                 (Bel)   80    28/03/35

Apr 25   Otakar Krámský            (Cze)   55    01/07/59

Apr 25   Simon McKinley            (Irl)   34    03/03/81

Apr 28   Jean-Pierre Delvaux       (Bel)                     Paduwa Racing

Apr 29   Anne Boisnard             (Fra)   78    25/09/36

Apr 30   Tom Hoover                (USA)   85    28/11/29    Father of the 426 Hemi

 

2015

May 01   Alex Clacher              (GBr) c.79        1935

May 01   Geoff Duke                (GBr)   92    29/03/23

May 02   Jean-Luc Rançon           (Fra) c.64

May 06   Denise McCluggage         (USA)   88    20/01/27

May 11   Frank Matich              (Aus)   80    25/01/35

May 11   Dave Osmun                (USA)   74    14/11/40

May 14   Delmo Johnson             (USA) c.82

May 15   Renzo Zorzi               (Ita)   68    12/12/46    1975 Monaco F3 race winner

May 17   Keiji Matsumoto           (Jpn)   65    26/12/49

May 17   Sam Swindell              (USA) c.82

May 20   Sébastien Bonnisseau      (Fra)   43    17/04/72


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#102 ReWind

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#106 fbarrett

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Posted 28 January 2015 - 17:41

Manfredo Lippmann passed away in Guatemala on Jan. 15, 2015. A Mercedes-Benz dealer, he drove a Porsche in early Carrera Panamericanas, bought a 300SL new and kept it for many years as part of his impressive car collection.



#107 ReWind

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Posted 28 January 2015 - 18:52

Here you can learn more about Manfredo Lippmann and see his Porsche.
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#108 Richard Jenkins

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Posted 06 February 2015 - 20:16

Csaba Varga has asked me to pass on the sad news that Tibor Szeles died on the 3rd January 2015. http://formula.hu/eg...datol-bucsuzunk

 

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Posted 07 February 2015 - 17:00

From NationalSpeedSportNews is this obituary by Tim Kennedy:
 

Retired CRA sprint car driver Steve N. Howard, 61, died Dec. 16 at his Lakewood, Calif., home. He had battled serious health problems and was hospitalized several years ago for a liver problem.
He fought back and operated his long-time family business — So-Cal Racing Products in Downey. Steve was a reliable entrepreneur in the center of the Perris Auto Speedway with his truck and table of products since that track opened in 1996. The last race he attended at PAS was the USAC National Midget Turkey Night GP on Nov. 27, 2014.
Steve also was a regular spectator at the Industry Speedway Wednesday night speedway bike races from May through August. I had a chance to talk to Steve at length last August at Industry Speedway. He was the same Steve as always, upbeat and looking forward to watching the two-wheelers race that night. He attended these events with Mike English and his wife Lori.
Steve was born on July 25, 1953, youngest of three sons born to to the late Glenn and Patricia Howard. Gary, 64, and Mike, 62, also followed their racer father Glenn and raced sprint cars. Gary was a 1971 CRA rookie. Mike raced with CRA briefly in the 1970s and currently lives in North Carolina. Gary currently resides in Santa Clarita and builds engines for Honda Performance Development. He was present at Steve’s memorial service Jan. 23.
Steve had given power of attorney over his affairs to his close friend and fellow CRA sprint car driver Mike English when he was seriously ill and hospitalized. Steve had last Thanksgiving dinner with the English family before traveling to Perris to watch the TNGP. The English family maintained frequent contact with Steve over the years. When he could not be reached by telephone, Mike and Lori’s daughter Heather checked on Steve and found him sitting in a chair deceased. Steve was cremated per his wishes.
The memorial service for Howard was held in the Church of Our Fathers at Forest Lawn Cemetery in Cypress. More than 120 persons attended the somber, yet uplifting service conducted by celebrant Darrell McGowan. The retired minister officiates at funeral when called by Forest Lawn staff. He related facts about Steve’s life and passing. He said Steve and his wife Jaime had divorced many years ago, but remained friends. He added that Steve later fathered a daughter Katie and had tried to remain close to her.
McGowan invited attendees to come forward, state their names and speak about Steve. Driver Jim Tanner spoke first. CRA driver Dave Ondo spoke for himself and read a note driver Buzz Rose, an Arizona resident, sent him. SCRA publicist Robert Mayson related Steve’s racing accomplishments and said he was a fast and fierce driver. Ginny Abrahamson (a Howard family name before a split) gave family data. Steve’s cousin Linda, his former sister-in-law Joei Ryan (nee McCormick) said compassionate Steve had come to Arizona to console her after her husband died eight months ago. Joei and her father Ed McCormick (Steve’s former father-in-law) had come from Mesa, Ariz,. and joined Steve’s former wife Jaime in a front pew. Ed was a long-time CRA corner yellow flagman as were his late brothers Bruce and Bob.
Other speakers were J. C. Agajanian Jr., representing the Agajanian family, he said Steve always greeted him by saying “Hi Aggie.” Midget driver Jimmy Voitel recalled Steve spending time at the Voitel family farm in Iowa.
Interspersed during the memorial service were recordings of appropriate songs selected by the family. They were: “Remember Me” by Tim McGraw; “Go Tell It on the Mountain” by Vince Gill; “I Will Always Love You” by Whitney Houston; “Goodbye My Friend” by Linda Ronstadt, and “You Raise Me Up” by Josh Groban.
The printed memorial card had a color photo of Steve in his So-Cal driving uniform and at speed in his No. 94 sprint car. On the back of the Thomas Kinkade card was: “Afterglow – I’d like the memory of me to be a happy one. I’d like to leave an afterglow of smiles when life is done. I’d like to leave an echo whispering softly down the ways. Of happy times and laughing times and bright and sunny days. I’d like the tears of those who grieve to dry before the sun. Of happy memories that I leave when life is done.”
Attendees filed out of the chapel by passing mounted photos of Steve at various stages of his racing career, a remains box, and floral wreaths.
Present were Mike and Lori English, Rip and Becky Williams and their sons Cody and Austin, Sleepy and Erin Tripp, Stan and Diane Atherton, Tommy and Jeannie Hunt and son Tony, Lee and Lori James, John Redican, Jimmy Oskie, Steve Ostling, Tony Jones, Damion Gardner, Ed Hudson and racer son Jerry, Tom Downing, Gene Ellis, Cal Smith, Jake Swanson, plus speakers J. Voitel, D. Ondo and J. C. Agajanian with his wife Franci. Focus midget/speedway bike racer Courtney Crone, 13, and her father Jack also attended and said Steve had encouraged her racing.
Others present included: timer/scorer Dick Hindman, sponsor Paul Wiessner, Robert Mayson, Wendi James Loveren, Anne Wilkerson, Janie (Wilkerson) Rolfson, Renee (Kruseman) Kiser (Cory’s mom), Leanne Scheetz, and longtime fan Arlene Fernandez. Persons had sandwiches and soft drinks during the reception and swapped memories of Steve and racing at Ascot Park. Hosts were Steve’s brother Gary and the English family. They deserve accolades for their friendship, devotion and loyalty to their friend Steve Howard. RIP.

 
[An extended version is there.]
 
BTW, what puzzles me is this

Abrahamson (a Howard family name before a split)

According to the California Birth Index Steve's brother Gary Howard was born on 17 April 1950 as Gary Glenn Howard, his brother Mike Howard was born on 14 May 1952 as Michael Howard Abrahamson, and Steve Howard himself was born on 25 July 1953 as Steven N. Abrahamson, all by the same mother, Ms. Wininger.
 
What is the explanation for the respective family names?


Edited by ReWind, 07 February 2015 - 17:06.


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Posted 08 February 2015 - 06:50

Mike Ores, Merritt, British Columbia, Canada, October 27, 2014.  He built and raced Formula Vees with his dad, Al Ores.  Mike then went on to race a Lola T342 Formula Ford in the late 70s.  He was Sports Car Club of British Columbia rookie of the year in 1973.

 

You can find an obituary at this link:

 

http://www.merritthe...tuaries/page/2/

 

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#111 Michael Ferner

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Posted 08 February 2015 - 10:02

From NationalSpeedSportNews is this obituary by Tim Kennedy:
 
 
[An extended version is there.]
 
BTW, what puzzles me is this
According to the California Birth Index Steve's brother Gary Howard was born on 17 April 1950 as Gary Glenn Howard, his brother Mike Howard was born on 14 May 1952 as Michael Howard Abrahamson, and Steve Howard himself was born on 25 July 1953 as Steven N. Abrahamson, all by the same mother, Ms. Wininger.
 
What is the explanation for the respective family names?


I never understood that either. In addition, Gary G. raced as Gary Abrahamson for a while, but his father was always Glenn Howard during that time (as a car owner). Can you find out who Ginny Abrahamson is? Or, maybe Jim Thurman can chime in here?

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Posted 10 February 2015 - 18:53

I never understood that either. In addition, Gary G. raced as Gary Abrahamson for a while, but his father was always Glenn Howard during that time (as a car owner). Can you find out who Ginny Abrahamson is? Or, maybe Jim Thurman can chime in here?

 

I have no idea. Perhaps a stepfather situation?  I attended races at Ascot when he raced as "Gary Abrahamson" and remember when it came out that he was, in fact, Glenn Howard's son.  I don't recall any more explanation being given aside from it being "an alias", though perhaps there might be some additional detail somewhere in my collection of regional racing newspapers.

 

But, I'll tell you right now, the odds of me digging through those is quite unlikely, unless I can get them scanned, which no one seems able to assist with.



#113 Richard Jenkins

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Posted 15 March 2015 - 08:14

Claude Parpex died 4th March, Reinhard.

#114 ReWind

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Posted 15 March 2015 - 09:20

I doubt that, Richard.
On Autodiva forum it was mentioned on March 3.



#115 Richard Jenkins

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Posted 28 March 2015 - 06:23

ORC had a couple of posts on its Facebook page last night with pictures of the Darvi race car. The reason for the posts was that Dick Harvey, the designer of the Darvi died earlier this week. Sorry, can't find any more information than that at present.

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Posted 28 March 2015 - 08:06

More information is here (750 Formula Forum).



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Posted 01 April 2015 - 20:45

Some first quarter passings (plus one from 2014) from the Pacific Coast U.S. oval racing scene, listed alphabetically rather than chronologically. Hopefully i's have been dotted and t's crossed sufficiently. Apologies in advance for any fatigue related typos that crept in.

 

Wendell Chambers, 70, died March 19.Chambers was the 1974 NASCAR super modified track champion at Altamont Speedway, but perhaps his best season was 1973, when he finished 9th in points at San Jose Speedway and 3rd in points at Altamont Speedway to rank 19th in NASCAR State of California points.

 

Bob Coulter, 82. Coulter raced and owned sprint cars in the California Racing Association, Coulter finished in the top 10 in CRA points from 1962 through 1964.

 

Ron Daggett died March 12. Daggett raced figure 8s and late models at Evergreen Speedway in Washington, where he was 1985 super stock champion. He was inducted into the Evergreen Speedway Hall of Fame last year.

 

Tim Marsh died September 26, 2014. Marsh was 1982 & 1983 open wheel champion at Redwood Acres Raceway in Eureka, California.

 

John Mausa, 91, died January 30. Mausa raced jalopies, hardtops and stock cars on California's North Coast at Grenfell Speedway in Crescent City as well as Indianola Speedway, 101 Speedway and Redwood Acres Raceway around his hometown of Eureka.

 

Don Seay, died January 7. Seay raced hobby stocks and dirt cars at Santa Maria Speedway.

 

Dennis Stephenson, 75,,died March 18. Stephenson raced at Craig Road Speedway in North Las Vegas.

 

Gordie Stewart,,77, a top open wheel racer in Washington state, died January 6, 2015.

 

Ron Vinje died January 4. Vinje raced sportsman at Champion Speedway in Brisbane, California.

 

Bill "Wee Willie" Wright ,died March 14, 2015. Wright raced at Vallejo Speedway, in the early model, hardtop and super stock divisions. After the track closed, he raced at other tracks, including Antioch and Petaluma. He continued racing through the mid-90s in dwarf cars.


Edited by Jim Thurman, 01 April 2015 - 23:12.


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Posted 06 May 2015 - 17:35

In order to keep anyone who is interested up to date

 

Most recent entries (last five weeks):

Jean-Luc Rançon, Geoff Duke (May 2015), Tom Hoover, Anne Boisnard, Jean-Pierre Delvaux, Otakar Krámský, Simon McKinley, Jerry Clark, Jurgen Damen, Rodney Franklin, Steve Byrnes, Marc Peccolo, Marvin Ragan, Robert Harrington, David Into, J.G. Mal-Voy, Greg Margetts, Gary Terry, Bob Trotter, Karel Holaň, Dick Quallio, Victor Baldescu, Christian Carron, Bill Earnest, Manoel de Oliveira (April 2015), Buddy Bardwell, Jeroen van der Ploeg, Tsvetomira Georgieva, Doug Graham, Wendell Chambers, Dennis Stephenson, Bill Wright, Larry Bowers, Ron Daggett, Red Coffin, Jürgen Möhle (March 2015), Paul Deasey, Jackie Hamilton, Skip Turyonas, Allan Dalby (February 2015), John Mausa, Bob Coulter, Don Seay, Gordy Stewart, Ron Vinje (January 2015), Paul Jett, Bucky Guilfoy (October 2014), Tim Marsh, Paul Rochelle, Wayne Young, Rick Sendzik (September 2014), Gary Kolenz, Pee Wee Pobletts (August 2014), Ed O’Neal, Joe Severage (June 2014), Joe Coverdale (April 2014), Bob Brymesser (March 2014), Dale Clickner (February 2014), André Jans, Ruben McBee, Ken Wismer Jr. (December 2013), Dan Rhein, Joe Cryan (October 2013), Steve Elias (September 2013), Fred Orchard Jr. (August 2013), Ed Shaub (July 2013), Bill Nalley (April 2013), Bob Burket (February 2013), Dick Snare (December 2012), Lauden Potts (September 2012), John Burnett (August 2012), Don Riley (February 2012), Johnny Grum (January 2012), Eugen Ionescu-Cristea (April 2011), Mack Hanbury (November 2010), Minas Vourdoubakis (April 2009), Andrzej Terej (May 2008), Bob Tankersley (August 2007), Red Nininger (June 2007), Meme DeSantis Sr. (March 2007), Don Jones (February 2007), Harry Blaze (October 2006), Larry Honey, John Protinick (August 2006), Jim Briggs, Ken Onka, Rich Lindaberry (July 2006), Clyde Suydam, Paul Weaver (June 2006), Lew Mood (April 2006), Carl DeGeorge, Spud Murphy (February 2006), John Wyckoff (January 2006)

 

 

Previous new entries:

Marie Laurent, Dick Dunn, Earl Baltes, Eugene Hall, Dick Harvey, Dick Irish, Armando Bergamini, José Lumbreras, Walter Nawotka, Randy Fiscus, Philip Young, Ron Lemasters Sr., Pete Fortune, Jack Elden, Brian Hilderbrand, Claude Parpex, Aleksandr Sorokin, Leo Geoghegan, Jem Marsh (March 2015), Gerd Baroth, Boris Borisov, Sue Hindmarsh, Dennis Ortenburger, Lawrence Bruce, Harry Mendel, Yutaka Katayama, Thee Dixon, Ricky Taylor, Peca Milićević (February 2015), Paul Justamond (December 2014), Gerry Bath (June 2014)


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