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Houston SX Notes

AMA Supercross Class Laps Led:

James Stewart                           89

Ricky Carmichael                       45

Chad Reed                                 25

Nick Wey                                    1

 

AMA Supercross Lites Class Laps Led:

Ryan Villopoto                             57

Christophe Pourcel                      17

Steve Boniface                            1

 

Progressive Direct Holeshot Award (AMA Supercross)

Nick Wey (Toronto): $1,500

James Stewart (Vancouver): $1,500

Chad Reed (Anaheim 1): $1,500

Jeff Dement (Phoenix): $1,500

Nick Wey (Anaheim 2): $1,500

Chad Reed (San Francisco): $1,500

Nick Wey (Anaheim 3): $1,500

 

Progressive Direct Holeshot Award (AMA Supercross Lites)

Christophe Pourcel (Anaheim 1):  $1,000

Martin Davalos (Phoenix): $1,000

Steve Boniface (Anaheim 2): $1,000

Chris Gosselaar (San Francisco): $1,000

Ryan Villopoto (Anaheim 3): $1,000

 

MMI Top Tech Award

Jeremy Albrecht (Anaheim 1): $500.00

Mike Gosselaar (Phoenix): $500.00

Jason Thomas (Anaheim 2): $500.00

John Mitcheff (San Francisco): $500.00

Willie Manning (Anaheim 3): $500.00

 

U.S. Smokeless Tobacco Pro Privateer Challenge

1.  Nick Wey            108 Points

2.  David Vuillemin      89 Points

3.  Travis Preston       80 Points

 

Asterisk Medic Card

Charles Castloo (Anaheim 1)

Michael Willard (Phoenix)

Charles Castloo (Anaheim 2)

Logan Darien (San Francisco)

Tyler Keefe (Anaheim 3)

 

Racer X Gas Card

Nathan Ramsey (Anaheim 1)

Eric Sorby (Phoenix)

Bryan Johnson (Anaheim 2)

Manuel Rivas (San Francisco)

Jason Thomas (Anaheim 3)

 

Toyota Tundra Fan Challenge

Jeff Gibson (Anaheim 1)

Nick Wey (Phoenix)

Nick Wey (Anaheim 2)

Jeff Gibson (San Francisco)

Nick Wey (Anaheim 3)

 

Race Recap:

ANAHEIM, Calif. (February 3, 2007) – Kawasaki’s James Stewart, of Haines City, Fla., became the first rider in history to sweep all three Anaheim Amp’d Mobile World Supercross GP/Amp’d Mobile AMA Supercross Series races at Angel Stadium. Kawasaki’s Ryan Villopoto, of Poulsbo, Wash, picked up his fourth AMA Supercross Lites main event win.

 

KTM Junior Supercross Challenge

Blaine Rocha, Oakdale, Calif., KTM
Gage Reichmuth, DeSoto, Mo., KTM
Haydn Humphrey, Priest Riverside, Idaho, KTM
Connor Giardina, Amado, Ariz., KTM
Kyle Atkinson, Huntington Beach, Calif., KTM
Aidan Metcalfe, Palos Verdes Peninsula, Calif., KTM
Justin Pearson, Nashua, N.H., KTM
Zachary Lee, Parker, Colo., KTM
Alec Hoffman, Whiteford, Md., KTM
Jacqui Riggins, Waleska, Ga., KTM
Slater Skirvin, Lake Havasua, Ariz., KTM
Jeremy Keech, Long Beach, Calif., KTM
Cameron Joye, Temecula, Calif., KTM
Sean Cantrell, Newbury Park, Calif., KTM
Robbie Wagerman, Newhall, Calif.,
 

Amp’d Mobile World Supercross GP Season Standings

James Stewart, Haines City, Fla., Kawasaki, 164
Chad Reed, Tampa, Fla., Yamaha, 149
Timmy Ferry, Largo, Fla., Kawasaki, 122
Ricky Carmichael, Tallahassee, Fla., Suzuki, 116
Nicholas Wey, Murrieta, Calif., Honda, 108
David Vuillemin, Menifee, Calif., Honda, 89
Travis Preston, Hesperia, Calif., Honda, 80
Michael Byrne, Newnan, Ga., Suzuki, 80
Heath Voss, Mico, Texas, Honda, 80
Paul Carpenter, Ithaca, N.Y., Kawasaki, 73
 

Amp’d Mobile World Supercross GP Event Results, San Francisco

James Stewart, Haines City, Fla., Kawasaki
Chad Reed, Tampa, Fla., Yamaha
Timmy Ferry, Largo, Fla., Kawasaki
Nick Wey, Murrieta, Calif., Honda
Michael Byrne, Newnan, Ga., Suzuki
Nathan Ramsey, Menifee, Calif., Yamaha
Kevin Windham, Centerville, Miss., Honda
Heath Voss, Mico, Texas, Honda
Paul Carpenter, Ithaca, N.Y., Kawasaki
Ivan Tedesco, Murrieta, Calif., Suzuki
 

Amp’d Mobile AMA Supercross Series Standings

James Stewart, Haines City, Fla., Kawasaki, 122
Chad Reed, Tampa, Fla., Yamaha, 104
Timmy Ferry, Largo, Fla., Kawasaki, 90
Michael Byrne, Newnan, Ga., Suzuki, 73
Ricky Carmichael, Tallahassee, Fla., Suzuki, 69
Kevin Windham, Centreville, Miss., Honda, 66
Nicholas Wey, Murrieta, Calif., Honda, 60
Travis Preston, Hesperia, Calif., Honda, 60
Heath Voss, Mico, Texas, Honda, 55
Ivan Tedesco, Murrieta, Calif., Suzuki, 53
 

Amp’d Mobile AMA Supercross Lites Event Results, Anaheim 3

Ryan Villopoto, Poulsbo, Wash., Kawasaki
Josh Grant, Riverside, Calif., Honda
Jason Lawrence, Carlsbad, Calif., Yamaha
Josh Hill, Yoncalla, Ore., Yamaha
Josh Hansen, Lake Elsinore, Calif., KTM
Jake Weimer, Rupert, Idaho, Honda
Chris Gosselaar, Victorville, Calif., Kawasaki
Kyle Partridge, Las Vegas, Nev., Honda
Kyle Cunningham, Springtown, Texas, Yamaha
Matt Lemoine, Pilot Point, Texas, Yamaha
 

Amp’d Mobile AMA Supercross Lites Season Standings

Ryan Villopoto, Poulsbo, Wash., Kawasaki, 122
Jason Lawrence, Carlsbad, Calif., Yamaha, 91
Jake Weimer, Rupert, Idaho, Honda, 74
Christopher Gosselaar, Victorville, Calif., Kawasaki, 65
Josh Grant, Riverside, Calif., Honda, 64
Matthew Lemoine, Pilot Point, Texas, Yamaha, 63
Josh Hansen, Lake Elsinore, Calif., KTM, 62
Steve Boniface, Corona, Calif., Kawasaki, 61
Josh Hill, Yoncalla, Ore., Yamaha, 52
Kyle Partridge, Las Vegas, Nev., 51
AMA Supercross Class Recap After Anaheim 3:

In 2001 Anaheim began hosting three events, and this year, James Stewart became the first rider to sweep all three races.

James Stewart earned his 15th AMA Supercross win at Anaheim 3.

Not since the opening race in 1998 have two Kawasaki riders been on the podium in the premier class.

Tim Ferry earned his first earned podium of the season at Anaheim 3 – his first since 2004.

Chad Reed earned his 26th career second place finish at Anaheim 3.

AMA Supercross Lites Recap After Anaheim 3:

For the second time in history, Kawasaki wins the first five AMA Supercross Lites main events.

Houston Stats

This is the 41st time the gate will drop in Houston.

First race held in Houston was March 15th, 1974; Pierre Karsmakers won on a Yamaha.

Since 1974, Houston has been on the schedule. The Houston Astrodome hosted supercross races from ’74-’02. Starting in 2003, the event was moved to Reliant Stadium.

The Houston Astrodome was the second venue to host a double-header (1977).

Supercross legend Jeff Ward won four consecutive years 1985-1988.

Most wins by a racer in Houston: Bob Hannah-5, Jeremy McGrath-5, Mark Barnett-5.

James Stewart won Houston in 2005 and 2006. Can he win to make it three in a row? That hasn’t happened since Jeremy McGrath during 1994-1996.

Wins by brand at Houston: Yamaha-14, Honda-9, Kawasaki-9, Suzuki-6, Can-AM-2.

First time winners at Houston: Tony Distefano (1975) Suzuki, Broc Glover (1980) Yamaha.

Event sweep is when a brand wins both Supercross and Lites main events. In 1991, Honda won the AMA Supercross and AMA Supercross Lites classes at nine individual events. This year Kawasaki has accomplished that feat four times.

From 1977 to 1983, Houston held double headers. Normally, they would race on Saturday and Sunday night.

AMA Supercross Lites Class Stats

This is the 23rd time the gate will drop for an AMA Supercross Lites race.

The first race was held April 20, 1985; Eddie Warren on a Kawasaki won.

Wins by brand: Kawasaki-8, Suzuki-5, Yamaha-5, Honda-3, Husqvarna-1.

In 2001, Travis Preston gave Husqvarna their first and only AMA Supercross Lites win in Houston.

Kevin Windham is the only rider to win back to back races in Houston.

Kawasaki holds the record for most AMA Supercross Lites wins in a season at 14. They already have five wins this year.

History:

30 years ago, Round 6, April 2, 1977 - Bob Hannah won in Pontiac on a Yamaha. Like most AMA Supercross races in 1977, there were nine different brands on the gate. Yamaha, Suzuki, Honda, Husqvarna, Can-Am, Montesa, Maico, Kawasaki and Bultaco.

20 years ago, Round 6, March 28, 1987 - Rick Johnson won on a Honda in Seattle. Current Team Kawasaki Manager, Mike Fisher, was 15th on a Kawasaki.

10 years ago, Round 6, February 22, 1997 - Damon Huffman won his first and only AMA Supercross class main event in Atlanta.

 

Amp’d Mobile World Supercross GP Rider Finishes

 

Chad Reed

Toronto:                         1

Vancouver                     3

Anaheim 1:                    3

Phoenix:                       3

Anaheim 2:                    2

San Francisco:              3

Anaheim 3:                    2

 

Ricky Carmichael

Toronto:                         2

Vancouver                     1

Anaheim 1:                    2

Phoenix:                       2

Anaheim 2:                    N/A

San Francisco:              1

Anaheim 3:                    N/A

 

James Stewart

Toronto:                        3

Vancouver                     2

Anaheim 1:                    1

Phoenix:                       1

Anaheim 2:                    1

San Francisco:              2

Anaheim 3:                    1

 

Tim Ferry

Toronto:                        4

Vancouver                     5

Anaheim 1:                    5

Phoenix:                       5

Anaheim 2:                    4

San Francisco:              4

Anaheim 3:                    3

 

David Vuillemin

Toronto:                         5

Vancouver                      4

Anaheim 1:                    6

Phoenix:                       20

Anaheim 2:                    11

San Francisco:              6

Anaheim 3:                    12

 

Nick Wey

Toronto:                         6

Vancouver                     9

Anaheim 1:                    7

Phoenix:                       9

Anaheim 2:                    3

San Francisco:              5

Anaheim 3:                    4

 

Ryan Clark

Toronto:                        7

Vancouver:                     14

Anaheim 1:                    17                    

Phoenix:                       N/A

Anaheim 2:                    N/A

San Francisco:              N/A

Anaheim 3:                    17

 

Paul Carpenter

Toronto:                        8

Vancouver:                    12

Anaheim 1:                    11

Phoenix:                       19

Anaheim 2:                    7

San Francisco:              15

Anaheim 3:                    9

 

Heath Voss

Toronto:                        9

Vancouver:                    11

Anaheim 1:                    8

Phoenix:                       10

Anaheim 2:                    13

San Francisco:              12

Anaheim 3:                    8

 

Jeff Gibson

Toronto:                        10

Vancouver                       8

Anaheim 1:                    15

Phoenix:                       15

Anaheim 2:                    12

San Francisco:              9

Anaheim 3:                    13

 

Nathan Ramsey

Toronto:                         21

Vancouver:                      6

Anaheim 1:                    DNF

Phoenix:                       11

Anaheim 2:                    10

San Francisco:              13

Anaheim 3:                    6

 

Travis Preston

Toronto:                        16

Vancouver:                    7

Anaheim 1:                    4

Phoenix:                       4

Anaheim 2:                    N/A

San Francisco:              7

Anaheim 3:                    11

 

Jason Thomas

Toronto:                        14

Vancouver:                     10

Anaheim 1:                    21

Phoenix:                       14

Anaheim 2:                    16

San Francisco:              N/A

Anaheim 3:                    N/A

 

Kevin Windham

Toronto:                        N/A

Vancouver:                    N/A

Anaheim 1:                    9

Phoenix:                       8

Anaheim 2:                    6

San Francisco:              10

Anaheim 3:                    7

 

Michael Byrne

Toronto:                        15

Vancouver:                    19

Anaheim 1:                    10

Phoenix:                       6

Anaheim 2:                    5

San Francisco:              8

Anaheim 3:                    5

 

Ivan Tedesco

Toronto:                        N/A

Vancouver:                    N/A

Anaheim 1:                    14

Phoenix:                       7

Anaheim 2:                    8

San Francisco:              14

Anaheim 3:                    10

 

Joshua Summey

Toronto:                        19

Vancouver:                    16

Anaheim 1:                    N/A

Phoenix:                       N/A

Anaheim 2:                    9

San Francisco:              11

Anaheim 3:                    19

 

Amp’d Mobile AMA Supercross Lites Class Rider Finishes

 

Ryan Villopoto

Anaheim 1:                    1

Phoenix:                       2

Anaheim 2:                    1

San Francisco:              1

Anaheim 3:                    1

 

Christophe Pourcel

Anaheim 1:                    2

Phoenix:                       1

Anaheim 2:                    21

San Francisco:              N/A

Anaheim 3:                    N/A

 

Jason Lawrence

Anaheim 1:                    3         

Phoenix:                       8

Anaheim 2:                    2

San Francisco:              5

Anaheim 3:                    3

 

Joshua Hansen

Anaheim 1:                    4

Phoenix:                       6

Anaheim 2:                    22

San Francisco:              8

Anaheim 3:                    5

 

Jake Weimer

Anaheim 1:                    5

Phoenix:                       14

Anaheim 2:                    6

San Francisco:              3

Anaheim 3:                    6

 

Troy Adams

Anaheim 1:                    6

Phoenix:                       13

Anaheim 2:                    8

San Francisco:              11

Anaheim 3:                    21

 

Matthew Lemoine

Anaheim 1:                    7                     

Phoenix:                       4

Anaheim 2:                    11

San Francisco:              12

Anaheim 3:                    10

 

Christopher Gosselaar

Anaheim 1:                    8         

Phoenix:                       3

Anaheim 2:                    5

San Francisco:              21

Anaheim 3:                    7

           

Kyle Chisholm

Anaheim 1:                    9         

Phoenix:                      N/A

Anaheim 2:                   N/A

San Francisco:              N/A

Anaheim 3:                    N/A

 

Justin Keeney

Anaheim 1:                    10                    

Phoenix:                       12

Anaheim 2:                    13

San Francisco:              18

Anaheim 3:                    N/A

 

Steve Boniface

Anaheim 1:                    11                    

Phoenix:                       5

Anaheim 2:                    7

San Francisco:              7

Anaheim 3:                    15

 

Kyle Cunningham

Anaheim 1:                    13                    

Phoenix:                       9

Anaheim 2:                    12

San Francisco:              N/A

Anaheim 3:                    9

 

Martin Davalos

Anaheim 1:                    20

Phoenix:                       10

Anaheim 2:                    10

San Francisco:              22

Anaheim 3:                    11

 

Joshua Hill

Anaheim 1:                    19

Phoenix:                       7

Anaheim 2:                    3

San Francisco:              4

Anaheim 3:                    4

 

Joshua Grant

Anaheim 1:                    22

Phoenix:                       22

Anaheim 2:                    4

San Francisco:              2

Anaheim 3:                    2

 

Kyle Partridge

Anaheim 1:                    N/A

Phoenix:                       11

Anaheim 2:                    9

San Francisco:              6

Anaheim 3:                    8

 

Michael Lapaglia

Anaheim 1:                    18

Phoenix:                       15

Anaheim 2:                    14

San Francisco:              9

Anaheim 3:                    13

 

Adam Chatfield

Anaheim 1:                    14

Phoenix:                       N/A

Anaheim 2:                    N/A      

San Francisco:              10

Anaheim 3:                    22

 

Post-Race Press Conference Quotes from Anaheim 3

Tim Ferry

 

Q: What a long rode back it has been!

 

A: There was definitely a time when I thought I wouldn’t be back up here. Almost two years ago I had the last surgery on my wrist and everything has been good since. Now here I am with the opportunity with Kawasaki and everything is great.

 

Q: Do you think you are riding better than you did in 2004?

 

A: I think I’m riding better for sure now. My level of confidence in competition is unbelievable.  You know you have James who is a phenomenal rider and Ricky’s the greatest of all time and Chad being a past champion. Those are three guys who will always be remembered for their championships. So, yeah, it’s tough right now and it feels good to get up on the podium. I finally earned it, you know. I got the one because of the fuel thing but other than that this feels great.

 

Q: How much better does it feel knowing where you have been; having gone all the way down and to work yourself all the way back up? Is this the sweetest of all the podiums you’ve had?

 

A: It ranks right up there for sure. From going to races and not even making the top ten to getting on the podium this week is a huge step.

 

Q: Take us through the main event there. You got a good start and we expected to see you and Nick battle. So, how was tonight for you?

 

A: Yeah, I think my speed has been getting better. At the beginning of the year, there was about five or six of us at exactly the same speed and I feel that I have stepped it up. I want to get up and race with James and Chad on a weekly basis. I’m not going to be happy with a distant third so I’m going to keep plugging away and stay healthy for the season.

 

Q: There was a time in the main when both James and Chad made some mistakes and you got close. Did you end up seeing them?

 

A: I was only a couple of seconds behind him once they tangled. So, yeah I got excited for a second but I just had to stay calm because they had already pulled away from me once. I didn’t want that to get too antsy. I think that was my problem in the past.

 

Chad Reed

 

Q: Did you surprise yourself tonight from two weeks ago in Anaheim 2 to almost winning the race tonight?   

 

A: I was bummed to come from the first Anaheim hurt. We just tried to rebound and do the best that we can. Last weekend was an encouraging race and I crashed out of the lead and it was fun.  I wanted to be in the battle; that’s what we come to do.

 

Q: You have obviously had a long rode back from the injury in Anaheim 1. I know your team has worked hard. How pumped were you to say, “I’m closing in, I’m back in the lead?” How exciting was that?

 

A: It was fun. I felt it all this week. We did a lot of work at the test track and that is what it takes. You need a team that is supportive of you and that goes in your direction. We made some good choices this week and I think it showed this weekend. We’ve been trying to make my starts more consistent and go faster.

 

Q: Take us through the main event. How did it go?

 

A: The main event was good. I was second on the start. I was trying to get traction on the inside and get the holeshot again, but I didn’t get it. I saw James and tried to match his pace. He made a few mistakes and I got close enough to pass and he passed me back. I was proud to finish him over the finish line for twenty laps.

 

Q: How do you see the passes that were made between you and James?

 

A: I put in a good pass and he passed me back. What else do I need to say?       

 

Q: I know late in the main the lappers were playing a factor and helped you make up time. During the last two laps, were you formulating a plan where you could maybe make a pass? 

 

A: I wasn’t aggressive enough with the lappers and that cost me a bit of time. So, I just watched my turns and my pit board. I could see that I would pull him and then he would pull right out. Getting towards the end, I knew we were getting into the faster lappers. So, I just tried to push and be there at the end.

 

Q: How close are you to being the 2004 Chad Reed again? The one who won a bunch of races and the championship?

 

A: I think a lot of it is my bike. It’s getting to the point where it is fun to race! That is what it’s all about. When you go out there week in and week out you have to be comfortable and for me it’s coming around and getting comfortable again. It’s great we have some good races coming up.

 

Q: You and James put on a great battle tonight. Did you hear the crowd going nuts for you guys? Does that encourage you both?   

 

A: It’s fun. You know, when the three of us are battling its always exciting. They always want to see a good race and I was trying to give them that. I wanted to win and put an end to the Anaheim win streak but it wasn’t tonight.

 

James Stewart

 

Q: A very exciting event tonight for a near sell out crowd. James is the points leader in both the Amp’d Mobile AMA Supercross Series and the defending champ of the Amp’d Mobile World Supercross Series. This was a whole different event here then Anaheim 2. It was quite the battle tonight.

 

A: It was definitely good. I have to give it up to Dirt Wurks; they did a good job on the track. The track was really tacky in practice and in the heat race. I rode the track and I felt if I was going to push it, I didn’t want it to end up like last year. I just rode and it was a good race.

 

Q: This year you won all three races here in Anaheim. How does it feel to be the first rider to do that and at this stadium?    

 

A: It feels good. I tried to leave that at home and not think about it. My goal was to come here and get points; it’s been that way the whole season. It just feels good to win again and also be the first person to do that. I think that is a tremendous accomplishment. If you think about the people that have ridden here from McGrath to Ricky, to be the first person to do it is a pretty good feeling.

 

Q: Take us through the main event. You and Chad were battling back and forth. Could you tell in different areas where he was making up time and when you were able to pull away?

 

A: Yeah, it was a good race. I made a few mistakes in the beginning when he actually caught back up with me. He was doing this double triple thing after the start that I did once in practice and never did again.  Apparently, he was making some time on me there. At the end of the second set of whoops I was struggling to get in the corner. I was wondering where he was making up the time. It was all good. I felt I rode strong and nothing rattled me at all. I felt the AMA did a good job with the lappers tonight and moving them out of the way. I just had to keep my head down and stay focused.

 

Q: Take us through the battle tonight with Chad and the passes?

 

A: I felt it was good racing. He got me first. I didn’t even see him and he got me.  He went in the corner before the whoops and I just dove down into the inside and made a pass. I didn’t really see the point that it was bad. Even his pass I didn’t take offense to it. I just thought it was good racing.

 

Jason Lawrence

 

Q: There were two starts to the main event tonight. How bummed were you after you had just taken the lead? Ryan Villopoto was in eighth place, you were right where you wanted to be, and the red flags came out. What ran through your mind?

 

A: That was a picture perfect start to the moto right there. I have never gotten that good of a start. Then we went over the first triple and I saw the yellow flags out and I didn’t really know what it was all about. Then there were red lights on the triple. I didn’t really know what had happened. If it’s a safety thing that is all right, but I don’t know what the real deal is. I guess I’ll have to watch it on TV. Hopefully they had a good reason for doing that because if they didn’t that was the worst thing that could have happened for me right there with the championship.

 

Q: What happened on the second start? What was the difference?  

 

A: I can’t really tell you. I felt I did the same thing except I came out fifteenth instead of second. So, I’m not really sure.

 

Q: Did you think you could make it back to the podium with that kind of start?

 

A: You never really know. It all depends on how things go.

 

Q: Championship is still in focus here. What do you want to do more; make up a bunch of points on Ryan or do you just want to win a race?

 

A: I don’t know. I would like to win a race. To make up points on Ryan is going to be hard especially as consistent of a rider as he is. So, without a big mishap from Ryan, I would say he is probably going to get the championship.

 

Q: So, you are going to go for a win, right?

 

A: Oh, for sure.

 

Josh Grant

 

Q: Things are slowly but surely coming together for you. Are you satisfied with your progress or do you want a little more right now?

 

A: I feel pretty good and tonight was the night that I thought I could actually do it. I felt really good in practice and even in the heat race I was gaining a few seconds on Ryan. It pumped me up to get some confidence back for the main event. The night went good and I’m just stoked to be up here.

 

Q: Are you getting tired at the end or is the breathing okay for fifteen laps?

 

A: The breathing towards the end I can still feel from Anaheim. It was a bad crash and it’s hard to recover from. I’m just doing my best.

 

Ryan Villopoto

 

Q: With the first start you were in the back of the pack. What happened?

 

A: My bike has a lot of power and I just had to work my way through the pack. I could at least see the front runners and had something to work up to.

 

Q: You are always talking about how important starts are. How tough was it to go through the rhythm section, especially since there was two right off the start, when you don’t get the holeshot?

 

A: This weekend was probably one of the most technical tracks. It was a lot tougher than it would be at any of the other rounds. The track was just a lot slower than normal.

 

Q: What type of tracks do you like?

 

A: I like this track and I liked San Francisco’s track as well.

 

Q: How much of a relief was it to have a second start and to be out front?

 

A: I haven’t had a holeshot all year and I finally got one. So, it made it easy on me.

 

 


 

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