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Shell Advance Asia Talent Cup 2016 Opens Application Period
Posted by: newsla on Wednesday, July 01, 2015 - 05:42 PM
MotoGP
Shell Advance Asia Talent Cup 2016 Opens Application Period


The Shell Advance Asia Talent Cup 2016 application period opens on July 1st and talented young riders are invited to apply for selection.

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The FIM Cev Repsol Resumes The Action At Motorland Aragon
Posted by: newsla on Wednesday, July 01, 2015 - 05:41 PM
MotoGP
The FIM Cev Repsol Resumes The Action At Motorland Aragon


The stepping stone of the World Championship reaches mid-season just before the summer break, with Aron Canet, Edgar Pons and Carmelo Morales in the lead of Moto3, Moto2 and Superbike, respectively.

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Kopron And Gresini Racing Renew Their Technical Partnership With The New Kovertop Roof
Posted by: newsla on Wednesday, July 01, 2015 - 06:04 AM
MotoGP
Kopron And Gresini Racing Renew Their Technical Partnership With The New Kovertop Roof


The technical collaboration between the company based in Gorgonzola (MI), leader in terms of solutions for industrial logistics, and the historic motorcycle team will continue for the second year in a row. The Aprilia Racing Team Gresini will use the patented Kovertop coverage throughout the 2015 MotoGP World Championship to protect the paddock area behind the garage.

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Dutch MotoGP Debrief With Masao Azuma
Posted by: newsla on Tuesday, June 30, 2015 - 06:13 PM
MotoGP
Dutch MotoGP Debrief With Masao Azuma


Bridgestone slick compounds available: Front: Extra-soft, Soft & Medium; Rear: Soft, Medium & Hard (Asymmetric)
Bridgestone wet tyre compounds available: Soft (Main), Hard (Alternative)


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Honda Racing Corporation Attends Goodwood Festival Of Speed
Posted by: newsla on Monday, June 29, 2015 - 03:42 PM
MotoGP
Honda Racing Corporation Attends Goodwood Festival Of Speed


The historic Goodwood Festival of Speed took place last weekend with HRC’s Casey Stoner taking part, riding the famous 1.16-mile hill climb aboard a Repsol Honda MotoGP machine.


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Valentino Rossi Underlines Yamaha Motor S 60th Anniversary At 2015 Goodwood Festival Of Speed Debut
Posted by: newsla on Sunday, June 28, 2015 - 04:20 PM
MotoGP
Valentino Rossi Underlines Yamaha Motor S 60th Anniversary At 2015 Goodwood Festival Of Speed Debut


Valentino Rossi shone as a special guest at the 23rd edition of the Goodwood Festival of Speed, where Yamaha Motor Co., Ltd. celebrated its 60th anniversary.

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Movistar Yamaha MotoGP Conquers The Cathedral With Fifth Consecutive
Posted by: newsla on Sunday, June 28, 2015 - 06:45 AM
MotoGP
Movistar Yamaha MotoGP Conquers The Cathedral With Fifth Consecutive Double Podium


Movistar Yamaha MotoGP rider Valentino Rossi came out victorious today after a stunning race at TT Circuit Assen, that was decided in the final meters before the flag. Teammate Jorge Lorenzo also gave a strong performance to secure third.

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Team Suzuki Ecstar Top-10 At Assen MotoGP
Posted by: newsla on Sunday, June 28, 2015 - 06:43 AM
MotoGP
Team Suzuki Ecstar Top-10 At Assen MotoGP


Team SUZUKI ECSTAR riders Aleix Espargarò and Maverick Viñales raced to ninth and 10th places respectively in today’s eighth round of the MotoGP™ World Championship at the TT Circuit of Assen in The Netherlands.


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Positive Dutch TT Race For Andrea Iannone, Fourth At The Flag A Vibration Hampers Dovizioso, Who Finishes Twelfth
Posted by: newsla on Sunday, June 28, 2015 - 06:42 AM
MotoGP
Positive Dutch TT Race For Andrea Iannone, Fourth At The Flag A Vibration Hampers Dovizioso, Who Finishes Twelfth


Andrea Iannone managed to score another good result in round 8 of the MotoGP World Championship, the classic Dutch TT round held at the Assen circuit. The rider from Abruzzo, who started from sixth place on row 2 of the grid, got off to a good start and was fifth at the end of the opening lap. On lap 3 he passed Pol Espargaro to move into fourth, a position he held until the chequered flag, and he ended the race with a five second gap to his Spanish rival.

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POWER ELECTRONICS Aspar Team MotoGP - 08 Dutch GP - Race
Posted by: newsla on Sunday, June 28, 2015 - 06:41 AM
MotoGP
POWER ELECTRONICS Aspar Team MotoGP - 08 Dutch GP - Race


The Dutch TT at Assen provided another exciting MotoGP race this Saturday, won by Valentino Rossi from pole position. The Italian engaged in an entertaining battle with Marc Márquez. The two rode side-by-side for much of the race, out on their own after breaking free from the chasing pack. The victory was decided on the final corner of the final lap, at the notorious Assen chicane. Márquez attempted a pass, grazing Rossi and running him off track as the Italian avoided crashing. The shortcut along the gravel took Rossi to the chequered flag, in a finish that was controversial for the contact made by Márquez. Jorge Lorenzo completed the podium in third.


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Determined Schrotter Perseveres In Tricky Motul TT Assen Race
Posted by: newsla on Saturday, June 27, 2015 - 01:52 PM
MotoGP
Determined Schrotter Perseveres In Tricky Motul TT Assen Race


Tech3 Racing Team rider Marcel Schrotter completed the eighth round of the 2015 Moto2 World Championship in 18th position in the fiercely competitive intermediate class after an incident packed event at the Assen circuit. As the action got underway, the race had to be red flagged at the end of the first lap due to an oil spill caused by an accident at corner 1 which involved three riders. Half an hour after the scheduled race start, the Moto2 battle was resumed but reduced to 16 laps. Schrotter, who was involved in the collision, remained upright and when the race restarted he shot off the starting line from 17th and completed the first lap in 14th position. He was then shuffled back five places after making a mistake but the young German remained fully focused on climbing into a point scoring position and promptly regained a place on the third lap. On lap seven he ran wide and fell back to 22nd, yet he persevered and managed to overhaul four riders to move up to 18th and then meet the chequered flag in this placement.


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Petrux Ended Up 11th After A Fantastic Race Yonny Struggled And Finished 14th
Posted by: newsla on Saturday, June 27, 2015 - 01:51 PM
MotoGP
Petrux Ended Up 11th After A Fantastic Race Yonny Struggled And Finished 14th


A fantastic 11th place for Danilo Petrucci in the Grand Prix of Holland. Yonny Hernandez (14th) has been missing that little step to overcome the difficulties of a Dutch weekend characterized by a large competitiveness and minimum gaps both in qualifying and in the race.


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MotoGP Second Place For Marc Marquez At Dutch TT
Posted by: newsla on Saturday, June 27, 2015 - 01:51 PM
MotoGP
MotoGP Second Place For Marc Marquez At Dutch TT


Repsol Honda Team rider fights for victory until last corner of the race. Dani Pedrosa has technical problems and finishes in eighth.

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Marquez Takes Second After Spectacular Battle With Rossi In Final Chicane With Pedrosa 8th
Posted by: newsla on Saturday, June 27, 2015 - 01:50 PM
MotoGP
Marquez Takes Second After Spectacular Battle With Rossi In Final Chicane With Pedrosa 8th


Repsol Honda’s Marc Marquez and Dani Pedrosa have experienced another strange race weekend in Assen at the Dutch TT. Qualifying 3rd and 4th on the grid for today’s 26 lap race, both riders showed strong pace throughout the practice sessions. However, in this morning’s warmup session, Dani suffered a high speed crash in turn nine, resulting in a trip to the medical centre and his mechanics with a heavy workload to prepare the bike in time.


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Rossi Resists Marquez To Take Victory At The Dutch Grand Prix
Posted by: newsla on Saturday, June 27, 2015 - 01:50 PM
MotoGP
Rossi Resists Marquez To Take Victory At The Dutch Grand Prix


Bridgestone slick compounds available: Front: Extra-soft, Soft & Medium; Rear: Soft, Medium & Hard (Asymmetric)
Bridgestone wet tyre compounds available: Soft (Main), Hard (Alternative)
Weather: Dry. Ambient 20-21°C; Track 31-32°C (Bridgestone measurement)


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Aprilia Racing Team Gresini - Dutch Grand Prix, Race
Posted by: newsla on Saturday, June 27, 2015 - 01:50 PM
MotoGP
Aprilia Racing Team Gresini - Dutch Grand Prix, Race


The changes Aprilia brought to Assen were used both in practice and in the race, continuing development on the RS-GP. But after the good results obtained on Thursday and Friday a series of circumstances made the race difficult for both of the Aprilia Racing Team Gresini riders.


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Espargaro Storms To 5th At The Motul TT Assen
Posted by: newsla on Saturday, June 27, 2015 - 01:49 PM
MotoGP
Espargaro Storms To 5th At The Motul TT Assen


Monster Yamaha Tech3 Team rider Pol Espargaro stormed across the finish line in 5th position today in Assen at the eighth round of the 2015 MotoGP World Championship. The Young Spaniard launched off the grid from 5th and met the first corner in 4th position whilst right in the mix with the factory MotoGP bikes. He executed an impressive overtake on Aleix Espargaro to move into third before being shuffled back one position at the end of the first lap. Espargaro then stuck into his fierce race pace as he intended to remain with the riders ahead of him. The lap numbers counted down and by the mid point of the race, he was heavily involved in a notable battle for 5th position with five additional riders. On the 20th lap, the pack was covered by just two seconds and the 24 year old was running in 6th with his sights firmly locked on Cal Crutchlow in front. Two laps later, the 2013 Moto2 World Champion powered past Crutchlow and progressed up to 5th before blazing across the finish line impressively ahead of the chasing four riders who were covered by just 0.388.

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Simeon Grabs A Solid Sixth Place And More Points For The Championship At Assen
Posted by: newsla on Saturday, June 27, 2015 - 01:49 PM
MotoGP
Simeon Grabs A Solid Sixth Place And More Points For The Championship At Assen


The trip on the historic TT Assen Circuit was successfully completed by the Team Federal Oil Gresini Moto2 and Xavier Siméon, who collected 10 important championship points thanks to a sixth place finish. The race, initially red flagged on the first lap following a crash of Luis Salom, was held over a distance of 16 laps.


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Moto3 Quartararo Second At Dutch TT With Navarro Just Off Podium Finish
Posted by: newsla on Saturday, June 27, 2015 - 01:48 PM
MotoGP
Moto3 Quartararo Second At Dutch TT With Navarro Just Off Podium Finish


The Estrella Galicia 0.0 riders fought relentlessly for the podium during the Dutch TT Moto3 race. Quartararo eventually clinched a good result in second on the podium with Navarro just behind in fourth.

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More Points For Randy And Team JiR At Assen
Posted by: newsla on Saturday, June 27, 2015 - 01:48 PM
MotoGP
More Points For Randy And Team JiR At Assen


Randy Krummenacher and Team JiR took more points today in the Moto2 World Championship at the Dutch TT.

Following a steady start from 18th on the grid, Randy was involved in a number of battles in the middle of the pack and was able to take advantage of a few retirements to take the chequered flag in 14th place. The race itself was red flagged early on, meaning a re-start. In the second race, pole-sitter Johann Zarco had to make his way through the pack after a poor start to catch and pass leader Tito Rabat. At the flag it was Zarco from Rabat with Britain’s Sam Lowes in third.

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Bastianini Takes Sixth In Frantic TT Assen Locatelli Battles Till The End
Posted by: newsla on Saturday, June 27, 2015 - 12:34 PM
MotoGP
Bastianini Takes Sixth In Frantic TT Assen Locatelli Battles Till The End


Enea Bastianini got a sixth place finish in today’s Dutch Grand Prix at the historic TT Assen Circuit: the Gresini Racing Team Moto3 rider, who started from pole position, has been battling in the leading group throughout the whole race, but he could not join the fight for the win in the final stages, also because of a contact with Fabio Quartararo, during which he lost valuable ground.


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Quartararo Places Second And Navarro Fourth In Tight Dutch TT
Posted by: newsla on Saturday, June 27, 2015 - 12:34 PM
MotoGP
Quartararo Places Second And Navarro Fourth In Tight Dutch TT


Fabio Quartararo just misses out on maiden Moto3 victory and Jorge Navarro finishes 0.062s off the podium. Maria Herrera crashes out from eighth after contact from another rider.

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Teams And Manufacturers Positive On 2017-2021 Measures
Posted by: newsla on Saturday, June 27, 2015 - 12:34 PM
MotoGP
Teams And Manufacturers Positive On 2017-2021 Measures


Manufacturers & teams are confident that measures announced at the Dutch GP will be successful in ensuring MotoGP's long-term viability.

Cost reduction through technical stability, price caps, higher subsidies for the teams, strict entries allocation and various other positive measures were announced on Friday by Dorna Sports CEO Carmelo Ezpeleta, alongside FIM President Vito Ippolito and IRTA President Hervé Poncharal.


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More Points For Mahindra At Classic Assen Battle
Posted by: newsla on Saturday, June 27, 2015 - 12:34 PM
MotoGP
More Points For Mahindra At Classic Assen Battle


Mapfre Team Mahindra rider Pecco Bagnaia claimed a hard-fought eleventh place in today’s Dutch TT, well to the front of a pack of more than a dozen riders scrapping every inch of the way behind a runaway lead group of seven.

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2015 TT Assen: MotoGP Race Results - Rossi takes dramatic win after epic duel with Marquez at #DutchGP
Posted by: ASkyler on Saturday, June 27, 2015 - 12:33 PM
MotoGP
2015 TT Assen: MotoGP Race Results - Rossi takes dramatic win after epic duel with Marquez at #DutchGP


Valentino Rossi wins in dramatic fashion after an incredible race-long battle with Marc Marquez at the Motul TT Assen.

A massive crowd of over 97,000 fans witnessed one of the greatest MotoGP™ battles ever today, as nine-times World Champion Valentino Rossi secured a dramatic last corner victory against Marc Marquez at the legendary TT Circuit Assen. After a thrilling race-long duel, Marquez made a brave move on Rossi as the duo entered the final chicane on the last lap.

There was contact between the pair, which forced Rossi to run straight on through the gravel at the Geert Timmer chicane. The Italian managed managed to stay upright though and went on to take the chequered flag 1.242s ahead of Marquez, claiming his third win of the season and first from pole position since Misano in 2009. Movistar Yamaha’s Rossi, starting from pole for the first time since Valencia last season, led into the first corner and it didn’t take Marquez long to join him after starting from third on the grid, overtaking Aleix Espargaro on the first lap to move into second.

Marquez was happy to sit behind Rossi for most of the race, before making his move and taking the lead into turn 1 on lap 20. Rossi bided his time, and then responded with three laps to go to retake the lead at turn 10. The Italian then put in his fastest lap of the race in an effort to pull away, but Marquez responded on the final lap to get within striking distance once again as the duo approached the final chicane.

Rossi’s teammate Jorge Lorenzo enjoyed a brilliant start from eighth on the grid, and found himself in third after the first lap. Any hopes the Spaniard had of making it five wins in a row disappeared shortly afterwards though, as Rossi and Marquez pulled away at the front and disappeared off into the distance. The double MotoGP™ World Champion eventually crossed the line 14.576s behind his teammate in a lonely third position and slipped 10-points behind Rossi in the World Championship standings.

Ducati Team’s Andrea Iannone (+19.109s) was another four seconds back to finish in a lonely fourth. Monster Yamaha Tech 3’s Pol Espargaro won an incredible battle for fifth that saw four riders all finish within 0.4s of each other. The Spaniard also finished as the leading Satellite rider after he crossed the line just 0.105s ahead of CWM LCR Honda’s Cal Crutchlow in sixth. Espargaro’s teammate Bradley Smith was seventh in front of Repsol Honda’s Dani Pedrosa (+24.656s), who had fought back valiantly after a crash in the earlier Warm Up session and a disastrous start that saw him down in 12th after the first lap.

The Team Suzuki Ecstar duo of Aleix Espargaro and Maverick Viñales were next across the line in ninth and tenth respectively, ahead of Octo Pramac Racing’s Danilo Petrucci (11th) and the second Factory Ducati of Andrea Dovizioso in twelfth.

EG 0,0 Marc VDS’s Scott Redding finished 46.663s back from Rossi in 13th, while Loris Baz (Athina Forward Racing) took the Open class victory for the second time in three races ahead of Aspar MotoGP Team’s Nicky Hayden who crossed the line in 16th.

Hector Barbera and Jack Miller were involved in a crash on the very first lap that resulted in the Spaniard having to go to the medical centre for checks on his right leg, although he was later declared free of injury. Alex De Angelis, Eugene Laverty and Stefan Bradl also crashed out; with the latter finding out he had fractured the scaphoid in his right wrist after an X-ray at the Medical Centre.

Rossi’s (163pts) victory, his 85th in the premier class, means he has extended his lead in the championship standings over Lorenzo (153pts) to 10 points with ten races to go. Check out the full race results and the latest MotoGP™ World Championship standings.

MotoGP Race Classification

1 - Valentino Rossi (ITA) Yamaha 40'54.037

2 - Marc Marquez (SPA) Honda + 1.242

3 - Jorge Lorenzo (SPA) Yamaha +14.576

1st OPEN

15 - Loris Baz (FRA) Yamaha Forward +52.396

Zarco wins thrilling showdown with Rabat in Moto2

Moto2™ World Championship leader Johann Zarco came out on top in duel with rival Tito Rabat in a re-started race at the Motul TT Assen.

Ajo Motorsport’s Zarco took victory in front of close to 100,000 passionate Dutch fans that saw the Frenchman prevail in his latest showdown with title rival Tito Rabat at the TT Circuit Assen.

The restarted race was reduced to 16 laps because of a red flag on the very first lap during the original race, after an incident between Marcel Schrotter, Anthony West and Luis Salom. Salom’s bike dropped oil at the first corner and after his bike caught fire, Race Direction had no choice but to halt proceedings.

Zarco got bogged down off the line of the second start, while AGR Team’s Jonas Folger led into the first corner, and built up a lead of almost a second over Rabat in second. Zarco picked his way through the field and attempted to make a move on Rabat for second on lap four, with the two rivals making contact and Zarco running wide.

It didn’t take long for Rabat to close down Folger and take the lead on lap 8, with Zarco also passing the German shortly afterwards. Rabat then built a 0.5s gap at the front, before Zarco started to hunt him down. Zarco timed it to perfection as he took the lead with three laps to go, giving Rabat a nudge in the process before going on to win his third race of the season by 0.757s. Rabat had no answer to Zarco’s pace, and had to settle for second, with Speed Up Racing’s Sam Lowes (+2.080s) crossing the line in third after an excellent ride for his third podium of the season and first since Argentina.

Paginas Amarillas HP40’s Alex Rins (+03.738s) crossed the line in fourth ahead of Thomas Luthi (+4.530s) on the Derendinger Racing Interwetten Kalex and Federal Oil Gresini Moto2’s Xavier Simeon (+5.045s) in sixth. Folger faded after his excellent start to the race, eventually finishing in seventh, with Mika Kallio (Italtrans Racing Team) in eighth and rookie Alex Marquez (EG 0,0 Marc VDS) equalled his career best Moto2™ finish in ninth.

Athina Forward Racing’s Simone Corsi completed the top ten, as his teammate Lorenzo Baldassari crashed out of the race in an incident with Anthony West. Louis Rossi, Ricky Cardus and Florian Alt also recorded DNF’s, with Salom not able to take his place on the grid for the restarted race due to the damage to his bike from the red flag incident.

Zarco (159pts) has now extended his Moto2™ World Championship lead over Rabat (114pts) to 45 points, with Sam Lowes (96pts) consolidating third a further 18-points back.

Moto2 Race Classification

1 - Johann Zarco (FRA) KALEX 26'13.410

2 - Tito Rabat (SPA) KALEX +0.757

3 - Sam Lowes (GBR) SPEED UP + 2.080

Oliveira powers to incredible Moto3 victory

Red Bull KTM Ajo’s Miguel Oliveira takes his second Moto3™ victory in a sensational race at the Motul TT Assen.

The packed grandstands at the legendary TT Circuit Assen were treated to an incredible seven rider battle for victory in an epic and dramatic Moto3™ race in which Miguel Oliveira claimed his second victory of the season by just 0.066s. Track temperatures rose to 26°C before the start of what turned out to be a pulsating 22-lap race. A leading group of seven riders broke away from the rest of the field in the early stages to provide drama and excitement right down to the chequered flag.

The lead swapped hands at almost every corner, as the riders in the leading group put move after move on each other. But it was Oliveira who timed his charge to perfection to snatch the lead just before the final chicane and held on across the line to take KTM’s third win in the last four races season ahead of 16-year-old Frenchman Fabio Quartararo (Estrella Galicia 0,0) and championship leader Danny Kent (Leopard Racing +0.117s). Jorge Navarro (+0.179s) had to settle for fourth ahead of the hard charging Romano Fenati (+0.252s) on the Sky Racing Team VR46 KTM.

Italian 17-year-old Enea Bastianini (+0.526s), who started from pole position for the second race in succession, crossed the line in sixth. Brad Binder (Red Bull KTM Ajo) was the last man in the leading group in seventh, with his teammate Karel Hanika winning the battle for eighth in the chasing pack (+21.406s) ahead of Niccolo Antonelli (Ongetta-Rivacold) and John McPhee (SAXOPRINT RTG), who completed the top ten.

RBA Racing’s Niklas Ajo crossed the line in 17th in remarkable fashion having lost control at the final corner in the battle for eighth. He managed to hold on while hanging completely off the side of his bike to finish the race, eventually crossing the line on his knees.

Maria Herrera looked on course for her first top-ten finish before Antonelli lost control under braking for the first corner and collected the Husqvarna rider while she was leading the chasing group in eighth. Her teammate Isaac Viñales also crashed out after contact from Juanfran Guevara, while Efren Vazquez, Andrea Locatelli, Zulfhami Khairuddin, Alexis Masbou and Tatsuki Suzuki all failed to finish, with the latter suffering from a technical fault on the first lap. Kent managed to extend his lead in the championship standings once more, and is now 57-points clear of Bastianini, with Oliveira another 6-points back in third.

Moto3 Race Classification

1 - Miguel Oliveira (POR) KTM 37'54.427

2 - Fabio Quartararo (FRA) HONDA + 0.066

3 - Danny Kent (GBR) HONDA + 0.117

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