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Gary Rowe of M.R. Gaebel, Inc.
Gates-Cole Associates SUNY Canton Automotive Technology program
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Friday, June 26th 2015
   New on the Audio Page for today:
 
Billy Dunn talks about his weekly racing as he runs small blocks at Mohawk and Merrittville.
Anthony Perrego tells me why he did not race this past weekend and talked about his plans.
Mark Kislowski walked me through his races last weekend that included a win at Fonda Speedway.
A.J. Kingsley described a motor issue they had with his Late Model and why they changed engines.
Earl Rudy explained why Weedsport Speedway is so special for him as he got ready on Tuesday.
Steve Abt told me how surprised he is to pick up his first Sportsman feature win so soon in the year.
Mike White spoke about how his stock car has been running and some issues he has had of late.
 
Another weekend is upon us and a busy week next week with the holiday and so many other races going on at tracks all across the state. I hope you have some days off you can take from work as it is going to get crazy in a fun way here real soon.
 
I got a lot done in the studio and got work done on a piece I am writing about Joe Trenca for the Syracuse Post Standard. It’s going to talk about how much the young man has matured and how racing helped that maturation process along. Look for it in Sunday’s edition.
 
Now let’s chat more about what we have today on the Audio Page as I get ready to hit another local golf course today with a good friend. Billy Dunn talks about his weekly racing efforts as he runs small blocks at Mohawk International & Merrittville as well as when he will be the big block out. 
 
Anthony Perrego tells me why he did not race this past weekend and talked about his plans for the next few weeks as well as a small block show tonight at Accord. 
 
Mark Kislowski walked me through his races last weekend that included a win at Fonda Speedway as well as the need to be faster Wednesday night at Utica Rome. 
 
A.J. Kingsley described a motor issue they had with his Late Model, why they changed engines and how quickly things can go wrong on the fast half mile at Can Am. 
 
Earl Rudy explained why Weedsport Speedway is so special for him as he got ready on Tuesday and looked forward to racing against his boss Todd Town. 
 
Steve Abt told me how surprised he is to pick up his first Sportsman feature win so soon in the year and how a wreck on Friday night led to getting the backup car in victory lane. 
 
Mike White spoke about how his stock car has been running and some issues he has had of late that has resulted in multiple dnf’s. 

 
Thursday, June 25th 2015
   New on the Audio Page from the Utica Rome Speedway:
 
Brett Hearn recapped his races from the weekend and talked about the future of Super DIRT Week.
Stewart Friesen talked about racing a series race at Utica Rome and the baby they are expecting.
Pete Stefanski told me how nice it was to have a mini series for the stock cars at four tracks.
Vance Vanderwal was making his first appearance at Utica Rome and described a handling issue.
Elmo Reckner just finished his time trial and spoke about how he is doing at how weekly homes.
 
After the Modified heat races:
 
Billy Decker won the first heat race and spoke about his up front run and his 11th place draw.
Larry Wight told me about the close race he had early in his heat win and his Fulton successes.
Pat Ward enjoyed a nice side by side battle up front and talked about swapping the race lead.
Danny Johnson just finished up his heat win and told me about some work they did at Bicknell.
Billy Whittaker was fastest in the final group and talked about keeping his part time racer status.
 
After the feature races:
 
Pete Stefanski led the last two laps and spoke with Mike Mallett about the excellent Pro/Street race.
Mark Effner spoke about his second place finish as well as what he apologized about afterwards.
Mike Welch came home in third place and spoke with Mike Mallett about the last few laps.
Billy Decker got by Stewart Friesen late to win the race and talked about it with Shane Andrews.
Jimmy Phelps worked his way up to finish second and talked about how even the too four were.
Larry Wight pitted for a tire, got back up to 3rd and spoke about how close he came to 2nd place.
Jimmy Davis picked up 19 spots to finish tenth and talked about how he lost some spots late.
 
I had another nice night as I traveled to the Utica Rome Speedway for the first Super DIRTcar Series race in over ten years. A real nice field of 36 Modifieds was on hand as well as 21 Pro/Street cars as well.
 
Those stock cars put on one heck of a show as they had a four car race right to the checkered flag as Pete Stefanski took home the win leading the final two laps. Early race leader Glenn Forward was shuffled from 1st to 4th in the last two laps. Wow!
 
Billy Decker picked up his second Super DIRTcar Series win of the season getting by Stewart Friesen with just ten laps to go after Friesen hit a ute tire with the left front of his Modified costing him a possible win.
 
Several cars made pit stops for flat tires and made their way back into the top ten with Larry Wight being the driver who moved up the most. It was a fun show with lots of drama and side by side racing.
 
I also met Ron Hornaday and had the chance to interview him. He was a great guy and was a lot of fun as he hung out with everyone in the tower and on the roof. You never know how these big time racers will be when you meet them but Ron could not have been nicer. Great to meet you Ron and I can see why a lot of people put you in their cars all those years.
 
That chat will be up on Sunday as I have alot do to the next few days and will not be back at the track until then. My wife works Sunday so both my girls will come with me to Utica Rome. It will be my youngest daughter’s first race since 2011 when she rooted me on at Brewerton when she was just four years old.
 
Now let’s chat more about the new stuff on the Audio Page starting out with a driver who is having another real nice season. Brett Hearn recapped his races from the weekend, looked ahead to The Big Show and talked about the future of Super DIRT Week. 
 
Stewart Friesen talked about racing a Super DIRTcar Series race at Utica Rome and the baby and wife Jessica Zemken are expecting. Nice cold war reference Stewie!  
 
Pete Stefanski told me how nice it was to have a mini series for the stock cars at four tracks as well as his most recent runner up finish at Canandaigua. 
 
Vance Vanderwal was making his first appearance at Utica Rome and described a handling issue he was having as well as how that affected his stock car. 
 
Elmo Reckner just finished his time trial laps and spoke about how he is doing at how weekly homes, one of which is new this season.
 
Billy Decker won the first heat race and spoke about his up front run and his 11th place draw. Sorry, I thought I hit the stop button so just advance this one to get to the next one.   
 
Larry Wight told me about the close race he had early in his Modified heat win and his Fulton successes. He has won four in a row there, three in the Modified. 
 
Pat Ward enjoyed a nice side by side battle up front in his Modified heat and talked about swapping the race lead several times with Eric Rudolph. 
 
Danny Johnson just finished up his heat win at Utica Rome and told me about some work they did at Bicknell shop during the week.  
 
Billy Whittaker was fastest in the final group and talked about how surprised he was and how he is keeping his part time racer status. 
 
Pete Stefanski led the last two laps and spoke with Mike Mallett about the excellent Pro/Street race at Utica Rome that saw the top four cars under a blanket for the final laps. 
 
Mark Effner spoke with Mike Mallett about his second place finish as well as what he apologized about afterwards. 
 
Mike Welch came home in third place and spoke with Mike Mallett about the last few laps where things got crazy inside the top four.
 
Billy Decker got by Stewart Friesen late to win the race with ten laps to go and talked about  his second win on the Super DIRTcar Series with Shane Andrews
 
Jimmy Phelps worked his way up to finish second and talked with Shane Andrews about how even the too four were as well as when he woke up. 
 
Larry Wight pitted for a tire after getting a flat, got back up to 3rd and spoke with Shane Andrews about how tough it is to patient with you are trying to push it. 
 
Jimmy Davis picked up 19 spots to finish tenth at Utica Rome and talked about how he lost some spots late to some drivers who pitted for tires. 

 
Wednesday, June 24th 2015
   New on the Audio Page from the Weedsport Speedway:
 
Shane Clanton talked about his win at Fonda, his 2nd place at Brighton and his WoO LM point lead.
Chub Frank told me about his crate race at Can Am and his top ten run at Brighton Speedway.
Dan Stone has not raced much this season and told me about his limited schedule so far in 2015.
Dave Zona worked on a tire and spoke with me about the differences between his two chassis.
Chase Junghans summed up how he has been doing with the Outlaws and his racing background.
Tim Fuller was back with his Outlaw buddies and talked about his run at Fonda and Canandaigua.
Ross Robinson remembered his years working with Tim Fuller and the interesting track at Fonda.
Tim McCreadie spoke about racing close to home and how his perspective changes with age.
 
I went to Weedsport Speedway last night for the World of Outlaws Late Model Series and spent about an hour and a half in the pit area. I had my daughter’s graduation ceremony and it of course ran late so I did not make it back as I got done at about 9 pm.
 
But I did get a lot done before I headed out and all the Late Model drivers I spoke with are up today. I did saved three Sportsman racers and will put those up on Friday and Saturday.
 
I got there nice and early and got to see the camaraderie that exists with these guys. They were teasing each other and giving each other a hard time as guys tend to do. It was fun.
 
And be sure to listen to my Tim McCreadie chat as he really got philosophical with me and it made for a great interview. So you think the life of a racecar driver is glamorous? Not quite. Give it and all the others a listen today and I know you will like it. 
 
Now let’s chat more about what we have for you on the Audio Page for today. Shane Clanton talked about his win at Fonda, his 2nd place at Brighton, his WoO LM point lead and why he thinks things are going so well.  
 
Chub Frank told me about his crate race at Can Am, the tough start he had to the night and his top ten run at Brighton Speedway on Saturday. 
 
Dan Stone has not raced much this season with his Late Model and told me about his limited schedule so far in 2015 as he got ready in Weedsport. 
 
Dave Zona worked on a tire and spoke with me about the differences between his two chassis as well as how important it is to chose the right tire. 
 
Chase Junghans summed up how he has been doing with the Outlaws, how tough it can be to learn new tracks and his racing background back in Kansas.
 
Tim Fuller was back with his Outlaw buddies for the Late Model race in Weedsport and talked about his run at Fonda and the blown engine at Canandaigua.  
 
Ross Robinson remembered his years working with Tim Fuller and the interesting track at Fonda that he described as having a lot more than four turns. 
 
Tim McCreadie spoke about racing close to home in Weedsport on Tuesday and how his perspective changes with age. Real good one here guys! 
 

 
Tuesday, June 23rd 2015
   New on the Audio Page for today:
 
Eldon Payne Jr. updated me on some gains he had been making and a big crash at Utica Rome.
Paul Grigsby told me about his four races so far in 2015 and his first ever race up north at Can Am.
Jeff Davoli described the track he saw in hot laps and told me how he has found a few wrecks.
Glenn Forward talked about his runs in his Sportsman as well as his stock car winning streak.
Caley Weese explained why she changed the chassis she drives and what the blue front end does.
Andrew Wren is a 27 year old Sportsman rookie and told me about his first season behind the wheel.
Tony Veneziano reports on the latest WoO Sprint races and the 5 race win streak for Donny Schatz.
Mike Welch previewed Wednesday Pro Stock race at Utica Rome, the first of a four race series.
Jimmy Phelps looks ahead to today’s World of Outlaw Late Model race plus Sportsman in Weedsport.
 
It was a busy day but a fun day on Monday as I got a lot of work done and then hit a local golf course for a twilight special that they had. Today I will be heading to Weedsport Speedway as the World of Outlaws Late Model Series wraps up the Great Northern Tour at this newly renovated facility.
 
We’ve got a lot of good stuff up for you today and will have more from Weedsport tomorrow. I can only do a quick trip today though as my daughter has her sixth grade graduation at 7 p.m. tonight. So I plan on being in Weedsport at 4 p.m. when the pit gates open and then back on the road to Liverpool by 6 p.m. So we’ll have some good stuff for you one way or another.
 
Now let’s chat more about what we have for you on the Audio Page on a Tuesday. Eldon Payne Jr. updated me on some gains he had been making with his Modified at Canandaigua and a big crash at Utica Rome when the throttle stuck. 
 
Paul Grigsby told me about his four races so far in 2015 as he looks forward to his first ever Crate Late Model race up north at Can Am. 
 
Jeff Davoli described the track he saw in hot laps and told me how he has found a few wrecks along the way in his season so far in a Sportsman at Canandaigua.
 
Glenn Forward talked about his runs in his Sportsman, the need for more seat time in the car as well as his stock car winning streak at Utica Rome. 
 
Caley Weese explained why she changed the chassis she drives for this coming season and what the blue front end does on her particular car. 
 
Andrew Wren is a 27 year old Sportsman rookie and told me about his first season behind the wheel as well as what finally made him get his own car. 
 
Tony Veneziano reports on the latest WoO Sprint Car races and the 5 race win streak for Donny Schatz while looking ahead to three more race this week as the series nears the halfway mark. 
 
Mike Welch previewed Wednesday Pro Stock race at Utica Rome, the first of a four race series. By the way, no NASCAR license is needed for this show! 
 
Jimmy Phelps looks ahead to today’s World of Outlaw Late Model race plus Sportsman in Weedsport and tells me about some more improvements they have done to the facility. 



 
Monday, June 22nd 2015
   New on the Audio Page from my weekend travels:
 
Justin Wright explained why he missed a week of racing and offered his impressions of Monaco.
Darryl Ruggles came into Saturday as the 305 point leader and talked about the track at Canandaigua.
Phil Potts had his back up car at Can Am and explained how he lost his primary car in a flip.
Dustin Waters talked about the tire marks on his car and how good his Late Model has been.
Johnny Hill watched hot laps and talked about a crash we saw as well as the racetrack conditions.
Jeff Stevenson spoke about his recent feature win and let his family talk about their involvement.
Nick Webb has been running as a regular at Can Am and talked about some changes with his car.
 
I had a great Father’s Day and I hope you all did too. And for those of you who are missing your dads today like my wife is, I hope your day was filled with good memories.
 
I did a little work and then had some time with my family as my wife made my favorite bacon cheeseburger meatloaf. Yep. I could eat that every day but know that I shouldn’t. And yes, I’ll be guarding the leftovers with my life!
 
Now let’s chat more about what we have for you on the Audio Page to listen to right now. Justin Wright explained why he missed a week of racing and offered his impressions of Monaco as well as why he thought it was a little too glamorous. 
 
Darryl Ruggles came into Saturday as the 305 point leader and talked about the track at Canandaigua as well as a big day he will share with his daughter in October. 
 
Dustin Waters talked about the tire marks on his car and how good his Late Model has been so far this season as he got ready for the Go Nuclear Series opener.  
 
Nick Webb has been running as a regular at Can Am and talked about some changes he made with his car after some advice from the chassis manufacturer. 
 
Johnny Hill watched hot laps and talked about a crash we saw as well as the racetrack conditions he saw as part of the first group on the surface. 
 
Jeff Stevenson spoke about his recent feature win, how up and down the last few races have been and let his family talk about their involvement. 
 
Phil Potts had his back up car at Can Am and explained how he lost his primary car in a flip that could have been a lot worse that it was. 

 
Sunday, June 21st 2015
   New on the Audio Page from Canandaigua Motorsports Park:
 
Pre race conversations:
 
Justin Haers recapped his recent races and told me where he will race next this Wednesday.
Vic Coffey explained why he was not going to run his Late Model at Weedsport on Tuesday.
Alan Johnson described the ride he has for Canandaigua and remembered Black Rock on Friday.
Nick Cooper came into Saturday night winless so far and explained how good the competition is.
Dave Marcuccilli has fallen off a bit of late and wondered when he would get back to victory lane.
 
After the heat races:
 
James Sweeting won the first Sportsman heat race and talked about the tacky track he was on.
Dave Marcuccilli walked me through the move he made to get the lead and wondered about set up.
Paul Guererri passed his nephew for the lead to win his heat and spoke about the clean pass.
Sean O’Day earned his first ever heat win and talked to me about the new motor they installed.
Jason Whipple picked up his first ever heat win and spoke about needing to run the inside.
Brian Sage beat the big blocks with his small block and talked about how his 2015 season is going.
 
After the feature races:
 
Nick Cooper got the win in the 305 Sprint Car feature and spoke to Shane about win number one.
Dave Marcuccilli methodically worked his way through the field and spoke about his feature win.
Matt Sheppard won the Modified feature going away and spoke with Shane about the victory.
Gary Tomkins followed up last week’s win with a 2nd place and compared his car to the winners.
Justin Haers came from last to finish 4th and explained why he had to start at the back of the lineup.
Alan Johnson led some laps on his way to a 5th place run and talked about the need for more power.
 
I had another fun night as I hit the road again traveling back to my old stomping ground, Canandaigua Motorsports Park. It did rain there hours before the pit gates opened and I did check with some friends before I left to see if they were still running but promoter Jeremie Corcoran wanted to race and race they did.
 
You have to give Jeremie a lot of credit too as he worked his butt off all night long cleaning off the cushion every chance he got. During yellows and between races he had the front loader out there and stayed on top of the track all night long. He even battled a generator problem that delayed the show for a few minutes between features and still was done before ten o’clock. Way to go!

I talked more off the mic than on it as I usually do at the first trip to a track on the season but still got a lot of recordings done. And a big thanks goes out to John Roth from Dig Safely 811 as he invited me up to his VIP booth to watch the race and snack on pulled pork & macaroni and cheese. Thanks John!
 
Today will be staying home as my family has requested my presence for Father’s Day, My wife is making my favorite meatloaf for dinner and I am really looking forward to an easy day after two days on the road. Fear not…I’ll be back with at least seven new chats tomorrow.
 
Now let’s find out more about the Audio Page and what is new for today from Canandaigua. Justin Haers recapped his recent races, looks ahead to this Wednesday’s Super DIRTcar Series race at Utica Rome and wondered how the wet track would change at Canandaigua.
 
Vic Coffey explained why he was not going to run his Late Model at Weedsport on Tuesday and his struggles so far in his return to Modified racing. 
 
Alan Johnson described the Modified ride he has for Canandaigua and remembered his race at Black Rock on Friday night. 
 
Nick Cooper came into Saturday night winless so far at Canandaigua and explained how good the competition is in the 305 Sprint Car division. 
 
Dave Marcuccilli has fallen off a bit of late with is Sportsman at Canandaigua and wondered when he would get back to victory lane. Look down the page to see when! 
 
James Sweeting won the first Sportsman heat race and talked about the tacky track he was on while hoping the surface would slicken up a little. 
 
Dave Marcuccilli walked me through the move he made to get the lead and wondered about some set up changes for later on as he spoke with Mike Payne. 
 
Paul Guererri passed his nephew for the lead to win his heat and spoke about the clean move he made on the bottom on lap six at Canandaigua. 
 
Sean O’Day earned his first ever heat win and talked to me about the new motor they installed that has changed the way the car handles.
 
Jason Whipple picked up his first ever heat win and spoke about being comfortable running the outside and the need to get better on the bottom. 
 
Brian Sage beat the big blocks with his small block for a heat win at Canandaigua and talked about how his 2015 season is going so far. 
 
Nick Cooper got the win in the 305 Sprint Car A-Main at Canandaigua and spoke to Shane Andrews about finally getting win number one on the season. 
 
Dave Marcuccilli methodically worked his way through the field taking the lead in the Sportsman feature with five laps to go and spoke about his feature win with Shane Andrews
 
Matt Sheppard won the Modified feature going away and spoke with Shane Andrews about the new chassis that got him the victory. 
 
Gary Tomkins followed up last week’s win at Canandaigua with a 2nd place finish and compared his car to the one that sat in victory lane. 
 
Justin Haers came from last to finish 4th in the Modified feature at Canandaigua and explained why he had to start at the back of the lineup.
 
Alan Johnson led some laps on his way to a 5th place finish in the Modified feature race at Canandaigua and talked about the need for more power. 

 
Saturday, June 20th 2015
   New on the Audio Page from Can Am Motorsports Park:
 
Pre race conversations:
 
Charlie Sandercock summed up how his season has been going and his hopes for the series.
Chub Frank explains how he found a crate ride for the event and remembers his 2nd place at Fonda.
Dave Rogers told me why he was giving up his Sportsman ride for the night to Taylor Caprara.
Taylor Caprara gets ready to drive an unfamiliar car and thanked Dave Rogers for the opportunity.
Chris Fleming had never raced at Can Am before and offered his initial thoughts on the racetrack.
Jessica Power is running three nights a week and told me how that has helped her run better.
 
After the heat races:
 
Anthony Stockman told me how his Sportsman was as he won the first qualifier of the night.
Rick McCready described how his car was in his heat win and how he got through the corners.
Lee Gill won the first Late Model heat and talked about why he was wary about his starting spot.
Alan Fink led every lap to win his Late Model heat and told me about some adjustments he made.
Chris Fleming got the win in his first heat at Can Am and talked about staying in the gas longer.
 
After the features:
 
Zach Sobotka won his first career race in the Novice Sportsman and spoke about it with John Burr.
Matt Parkhurst lost the lead, got back even later and spoke with John Burr about his feature win.
Taylor Caprara earned his first victory of the year and thanked Dave Rogers for the winning ride.
Charlie Sandercock took the lead with six laps to go and spoke to Clayton Johns about his win.
Lee Gill came from the back after a spin finishing second and talked about it with Clayton Johns.
Darrell Lannigan led some laps before fading to third and described his night to Clayton Johns.
 
It was a late night but a fun night for me as I left the house for Can Am at 3 p.m., left the track to start my ride back at 12:20 a.m. and finished up work just before 3 a.m. I was a little apprehensive coming in as this was the longest day I had attempted since recovering from pneumonia and I wasn’t sure if I could do it. Heck, that’s just under three hours of road time too. But, I was fine and had a great time doing it.
 
We did TV for the Atomic Power Racing Hour and it was great to see Matt Thomas, Paul Szmal and the guy who puts it all together for the show, Rich Vleck. I did all six of my takes without a stumble and all six were good. Yes, it was fun to be on camera again and to do it without any stumbles, mumbles or flat out mistakes was encouraging.
 
I have audio from the winners as well as some pre race stuff. And since I got there nice and early, I was able to stick 13 interviews in the can for release later. I plan on Canandaigua today as I now know I can make longer trips and will have more from there tomorrow.
 
Sunday my wife and kids are kidnapping me for Father’s Day and then I plan to be at Weedsport early on Tuesday (My oldest has kindergarten graduation at 7 p.m. that same night so I will be at that!) and Utica Rome on Wednesday for the Super DIRTcar Series race.
 
Now since it is late as I write this up I need to call it a night, or morning in this case, and sleep so I can feel well rested for Canandaigua today. I’ll be there nice and early too so look for more tomorrow from there as well as a lot of stuff from both nights on Monday. Yeah baby…we’re back!
 
Here is more on the new stuff on the Audio Page you can listen to right now: Charlie Sandercock summed up how his season has been going and his hopes for the Go Nuclear Late Model series as he opens up the defense of his championship.
 
Chub Frank explains how he found a crate ride for the event, how he’ll pay back the favor Saturday night at Brighton and remembers his 2nd place Thursday at Fonda. 
 
Dave Rogers told me why he was giving up his Sportsman ride for the night to Taylor Caprara after Taylor lost his raceshop & his racecar in a fire on Thursday. 
 
Taylor Caprara gets ready to drive an unfamiliar car and thanked Dave Rogers for the opportunity to keep his position in the point standings and maybe more! Check down the page… 
 
Chris Fleming had never raced at Can Am before and offered his initial thoughts on the racetrack as well as his season so far which has yielder a lot of runner up finishes. 
 
Jessica Power is running three nights a week and told me how that has helped her run better while wondering is she can somehow drop one of those three nights later on. Hmmm…maybe not huh? 
 
Anthony Stockman told me how his Sportsman was as he won the first qualifier of the night for the division on the big half mile track at Can Am. 
 
Rick McCready described how his car was in his heat win, how he got through the corners and what specifically he was changing for the Sportsman feature. 
 
Lee Gill won the first Late Model heat and talked about why he was wary about his starting spot as well as what he thought would happen to the racetrack. 
 
Alan Fink led every lap to win his Late Model heat and told me about some adjustments he made as well as what he saw when he was out front alone. 
 
Chris Fleming got the win in his first Late Model heat at Can Am and talked about staying in the gas longer at this track than any other track he has run at. 
 
Zach Sobotka, a second generation driver, won his first career race in the Novice Sportsman and spoke about it in victory lane with John Burr.
 
Matt Parkhurst lost the lead after he bobbled in turn two, got back even later and spoke with John Burr in victory lane about his Pro/Street feature win. 
 
Taylor Caprara earned his first victory of the year in a car he had never driven before and thanked Dave Rogers for the winning ride. 
 
Charlie Sandercock took the lead with six laps to go to win the opener of the Go Nuclear Late Model Series and spoke to announcer Clayton Johns about his win. 
 
Lee Gill came from the back after a spin to avoid a crash finishing second and talked about his strong run in the Go Nuclear Series opener with Clayton Johns
 
Darrell Lannigan led some laps before fading to third in Greg Belyea’s crate powered Late Model at Can Am and described his night to Clayton Johns

 
     
 
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