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AARWBA All America Team

For 40 years, the American Auto Racing Writers and Broadcasters Association has elected the annual All America Racing Team. The team is recognized by the Associated Press, Reuters and major publications as the only team of its kind in motor sports. Each year, two team members are elected in each of seven categories (unless there is a tie, in which case both tying drivers are elected). The driver who receives the most votes is awarded the Jerry Titus Memorial Trophy™ as AARWBA's Driver of the Year.

All members of the All-America Team are honored at a Banquet (2010), which is open to the public: 2011 Banquet

Jerry Titus Memorial Trophy™ Winners:
  • 1970 Al Unser
  • 1971 Mark Donohue
  • 1972 George Follmer
  • 1973 Mark Donohue
  • 1974 Johnny Rutherford
  • 1975 A.J. Foyt
  • 1976 Don Prudhomme
  • 1977 Mario Andretti*
  • 1978 Mario Andretti*
  • 1979 Rick Mears
  • 1980 Johnny Rutherford
  • 1981 Darrell Waltrip
  • 1982 Shirley Muldowney
  • 1983 Bobby Allison
  • 1984 Mario Andretti*
  • 1985 Bill Elliott
  • 1986 Bobby Rahal
  • 1987 Dale Earnhardt
  • 1988 Geoff Brabham
  • 1989 Emerson Fittipaldi
  • 1990 Al Unser Jr.
  • 1991 Harry Gant
  • 1992 Juan Manuel Fangio II
  • 1993 Nigel Mansell
  • 1994 Al Unser Jr.
  • 1995 Jeff Gordon*
  • 1996 John Force**
  • 1997 Tom Kendall
  • 1998 Jeff Gordon*
  • 1999 John Force**
  • 2000 John Force**
  • 2001 Jeff Gordon*
  • 2002 John Force**
  • 2003 J.J. Yeley
  • 2004 Tony Kanaan
  • 2005 Dan Wheldon
  • 2006 Tony Schumacher
  • 2007 Dario Franchitti
  • 2008 Tony Schumacher
  • 2009 Dario Franchitti
  • 2010 Who will win?
  • * = Three-time Winner
  • ** = Four-time Winner
AARWBA All-America Team
2011
2010
  • Dario Franchitti
  • Will Power
  • Jimmie Johnson
  • Kyle Busch
  • Scott Pruett/Memo Rojas
  • David Brabham/Simon Pagenaud
  • John Force
  • Larry Dixon
  • Bryan Clauson
  • Levi Jones
  • Todd Bodine
  • Bobby Santos
  • Rob MacCachren
  • Ricky Johnson & Antoine L’Estage/Nathalie Richard (tie)Jörg
  • Bergmeister/Patrick Long
  • Frank Manzo
2009
  • Dario Franchitti
  • Mark Martin
  • John Fogarty/Alex Gurney
  • Tony Schumacher
  • Donny Schatz
  • Ron Hornaday
  • J.R. Hildebrand
  • Helio Castroneves
  • Jimmie Johnson
  • David Brabham/Scott Sharp
  • Ashely Force Hood
  • Joey Saldana
  • Parker Kligerman
  • Frank Manzo
2008
  • Helio Castroneves
  • Scott Dixon
  • Carl Edwards
  • Jimmie Johnson
  • David Brabham and Scott Sharp
  • Scott Pruett and Memo Rojas
  • Cruz Pedregon
  • Tony Schumacher
  • Jerry Coons Jr.
  • Donny Schatz
  • Justin Allgaier
  • Johnny Benson
  • Jorg Bergmeister and Wolf Henzler
  • Raphael Matos
2007
  • Sebastien Bourdais
  • Dario Franchitti
  • Jimmie Johnson
  • Jeff Gordon
  • Alex Gurney
  • Jon Fogarty and Scott Pruett
  • Mika Salo
  • Jamie Melo and Alex Lloyd
  • Tony Pedregon
  • Tony Schumacher
  • Donny Schatz
  • Jerry Coons Jr.
  • Ron Hornaday Jr.
  • Frank Kimmel
2006
  • Sebastien Bourdais
  • Sam Hornish, Jr.
  • Jimmie Johnson
  • Tony Stewart
  • Jorg Bergmeister
  • Rinaldo Capello/Allan McNish (tie)
  • Scott Pruett/Luis Diaz (tie)
  • John Force
  • Tony Schumacher
  • Donny Schatz
  • Josh Wise
  • Todd Bodine
  • Frank Kimmel
  • J.R. Hildebrand
  • Travis Pastrana
2005
  • Dan Wheldon
  • Sebastien Bourdais
  • Tony Stewar
  • Jimmie Johnson
  • Wayne Taylor
  • Max Angelelli
  • Scott Pruett
  • Luis Diaz
  • John Force
  • Tony Schumacher
  • Steve Kinser
  • Dave Steele
  • Martin Truex Jr.
  • Frank Kimmel
  • Patrick Long
  • Jorg Bergmeister
  • Rob MacCachren
2004
  • Tony Kanaan
  • Sebastien Bourdais
  • Kurt Busch
  • Jimmie Johnson
  • Ron Fellows
  • Max Papis
  • Scott Pruett
  • John Force
  • Tony Schumacher
  • Steve Kinser
  • Bobby East
  • Martin Truex Jr.
  • Bobby Hamilton
  • Bill Auberlen
  • Thiago Medeiros
2003
  • Gil de Ferran
  • Paul Tracy (tie)
  • Scott Dixon (tie)
  • Matt Kenseth
  • Ryan Newman
  • Ron Fellows
  • Scott Pruett
  • Tony Pedregon
  • Larry Dixon
  • Steve Kinser
  • J.J. Yeley
  • Brian Vickers
  • Frank Kimmel
  • A.J. Allmendinger
  • Mark Taylor
2002
  • Cristiano da Matta
  • Sam Hornish, Jr.
  • Tony Stewart
  • Mark Martin
  • Ron Fellows
  • Boris Said
  • John Force
  • Larry Dixon
  • Steve Kinser
  • J.J. Yeley
  • A.J. Foyt IV
  • Frank Manzo (tie)
  • Bryan Sellers (tie)
2001
  • Gil de Ferran
  • Sam Hornish, Jr.
  • Jeff Gordon
  • Tony Stewart
  • Kevin Harvick
  • Paul Gentilozzi
  • James Weaver
  • John Force
  • Kenny Bernstein
  • Dave Darland
  • Danny Lasoski
  • Townsend Bell
  • Rob MacCachren
2000
  • Gil de Ferran
  • Buddy Lazier
  • Bobby Labonte
  • Tony Stewart
  • Jeff Green
  • Steve Kinser
  • John Force
  • Gary Scelzi
  • Brian Simo
  • Allan McNish
  • Scott Dixon
  • Buddy Rice
1999
  • Juan Montoya
  • Greg Ray
  • Dale Jarrett
  • Tony Stewart
  • Paul Gentilozzi
  • Elliott Forbes-Robinson
  • John Force
  • Tony Schumacher
  • Dale Earnhardt Jr.
  • Mark Kinser
  • Walker Evans
  • Anthony Lazzaro
1998
  • Kenny Brack
  • Alex Zanardi
  • Jeff Gordon
  • Mark Martin
  • Paul Gentilozzi
  • Butch Leitzinger
  • John Force
  • Gary Scelzi
  • Dale Earnhardt Jr.
  • Ron Hornaday Jr.
  • David Besnard
  • Cristiano Da Matta
1997
  • Tom Kendall
  • Alex Zanardi
  • Tony Stewart
  • Jeff Gordon
  • Dale Jarrett
  • Butch Leitzinger
  • John Force
  • Gary Scelzi
  • Randy LaJoie
  • Sammy Swindell
  • Derek Hill
  • Alex Barron
1996
  • John Force
  • Jimmy Vasser
  • Buddy Lazier
  • Terry Labonte
  • Jeff Gordon
  • Kenny Bernstein
  • Tom Kendall
  • Dorsey Schroeder
  • Mark Kinser
  • Ron Hornaday Jr.
  • Patrick Carpentier
  • David Empringham(Tie)
  • Evan Evans (Tie)
1995
  • Jeff Gordon
  • Dale Earnhardt
  • Jacques Villeneuve
  • Al Unser Jr.
  • John Force
  • Scott Kalitta
  • Tom Kendall
  • Irv Hoerr
  • Ivan Stewart
  • Greg Moore
  • Tony Stewart
  • Dave Blaney
1994
  • Al Unser Jr.
  • Dale Earnhardt
  • Jeff Gordon
  • Jacques Villeneuve
  • John Force
  • Don Prudhomme
  • Steve Kinser
  • Tony Stewart
  • Scott Pruett
  • Steve Millen
  • Rod Millen
  • Steve Robertson
1993
  • Nigel Mansell
  • Paul Tracy
  • Dale Earnhardt
  • Rusty Wallace
  • John Force
  • Eddie Hill
  • Juan Fangio II
  • Scott Sharp
  • Steve Kinser
  • Johnny Benson Jr.
  • Ivan Stewart
  • Bryan Herta
1992
  • Juan Fangio II
  • Bobby Rahal
  • Michael Andretti
  • Alan Kulwicki
  • Davey Allison
  • Kenny Bernstein
  • Joe Amato
  • Jack Baldwin
  • Steve Kinser
  • Mike Eddy
  • Rod Millen
  • Irv Hoerr
1991
  • Harry Gant
  • Michael Andretti
  • Rick Mears
  • Dale Earnhardt
  • Geoff Brabham
  • Scott Sharp
  • Darrell Alderman
  • Joe Amato
  • Jeff Gordon
  • Steve Kinser
  • Pat Austin
  • Roger Mears
1990
  • Al Unser Jr.
  • Michael Andretti
  • Dale Earnhardt
  • Mark Martin
  • John Force
  • Joe Amato
  • Geoff Brabham
  • Tom Kendall
  • Paul Tracy
  • Ivan Stewart
  • Steve Kinser
  • Jeff Gordon
1989
  • Emerson Fittipaldi
  • Rick Mears
  • Rusty Wallace
  • Mark Martin
  • Geoff Brabham
  • Dorsey Schroeder
  • Bob Glidden
  • Gary Ormsby
  • Rich Vogler
  • Doug Wolfgang
  • Robby Unser
  • Robby Gordon
1988
  • Geoff Brabham
  • Danny Sullivan
  • Al Unser Jr.
  • Bill Elliott
  • Rusty Wallace
  • Scott Pruett
  • Bob Glidden
  • Kenny Bernstein
  • Steve Kinser
  • Rich Vogler
  • Tom Kendall
  • Robby Gordon
1987
  • Bobby Rahal
  • Dale Earnhardt
  • Bill Elliott
  • Al Unser
  • Chip Robinson
  • Scott Pruett
  • Kenny Bernstein
  • Bob Glidden
  • Steve Kinser
  • Butch Miller
  • Chris Cord
  • John Buffum
1986
  • Bobby Rahal
  • Dale Earnhardt
  • Michael Andretti
  • Tim Richmond
  • Al Holbert
  • Scott Pruett
  • Kenny Bernstein
  • Don Garlits
  • Steve Kinser
  • Hershel McGriff
  • Tom Kendall
  • Steve Millen
1985
  • Al Unser Jr.
  • Darrell Waltrip
  • Bill Elliott
  • Al Unser
  • Al Holbert
  • Wally Dallenbach Jr.
  • Richie Evans
  • Roger Mears
  • Steve Kinser
  • John Jones
1984
  • Mario Andretti
  • Tom Sneva
  • Terry Labonte
  • Harry Gant
  • Tom Gloy
  • Al Holbert
  • Joe Amato
  • Don Garlits
  • Steve Kinser
  • Tom Bigelow
  • Sammy Swindell
1983
  • Bobby Allison
  • Teo Fabi
  • Al Unser
  • Darrell Waltrip
  • Al Holbert
  • David Hobbs
  • Shirley Muldowney
  • Gary Beck
  • Steve Kinser
  • John Buffum
1982
  • Shirley Muldowney
  • Rick Mears
  • Gordon Johncock
  • Bobby Allison
  • Darell Waltrip
  • Al Unser Jr.
  • John Paul Jr.
  • Lee Shepard
  • Michael Andretti
  • John Buffum
1981
  • Darrell Waltrip
  • Mario Andretti
  • Rick Mears
  • Bobby Allison
  • Geoff Brabham
  • Brian Redman
  • Jeb Allen
  • Shirley Muldowney
  • Al Unser Jr.
  • Doug Wolfgang
1980
  • Johnny Rutherford
  • Bobby Unser
  • Dale Earnhardt
  • Cale Yarborough
  • John Paul
  • Bob Tullius
  • Raymond Beadle
  • Shirley Muldowney
  • Rich Vogler
  • Steve Kinser
1979
  • A.J. Foyt
  • Richard Petty
  • Rick Mears
  • Darrell Waltrip
  • Peter Gregg
  • Don Whittington
  • Bob Glidden
  • Don Garlits
  • Mel Kenyon
  • Dennis Firestone
1978
  • Al Unser
  • Mario Andretti
  • Danny Ongais
  • Bobby Allison
  • Cale Yarborough
  • Peter Gregg
  • Kelly Brown
  • Don Prudhomme
  • A.J. Foyt
  • Steve Kinser
1977
  • Darrell Waltrip
  • Mario Andretti
  • Tom Sneva
  • A.J. Foyt
  • Cale Yarborough
  • Al Holbert
  • Don Prudhomme
  • Shirley Muldowney
  • Danny Ongais
  • Mel Kenyon
1976
  • Gordon Johncock
  • Mario Andretti
  • Johnny Rutherford
  • A.J. Foyt
  • Cale Yarborough
  • Al Holbert
  • Don Prudhomme
  • Shirley Muldowney
  • David Pearson
  • Jan Opperman
1975
  • Jimmy Carruthers
  • Mario Andretti
  • Bobby Allison
  • A.J. Foyt
  • Richard Petty
  • Al Unser
  • Don Prudhomme
  • Shirley Muldowney
  • Don Garlits
  • Jan Opperman
1974
  • Johnny Rutherford
  • Mario Andretti
  • Bobby Unser
  • David Pearson
  • Richard Petty
  • Peter Gregg
  • Don Prudhomme
  • Don Garlits
  • Ray Elder
  • Jan Opperman
1973
  • Mark Donohue
  • David Pearson
  • Roger McCluskey
  • Richard Petty
  • Peter Revson
  • George Follmer
  • Gary Beck
  • Don Garlits
  • Peter Gregg
  • Parnelli Jones
1972
  • George Follmer
  • Joe Leonard
  • Bobby Unser
  • Bobby Alison
  • Peter Revson
  • Mark Donohue
  • Bill Jenkins
  • Don Garlits
  • A.J. Foyt
  • Richard Petty
1971
  • Mark Donohue
  • Richard Petty
  • Joe Leonard
  • Bobby Allison
  • Peter Revson
  • George Follmer
  • Don Garlits
  • Ronnie Sox
  • Parnelli Jones
  • Ray Elder
1970
  • Al Unser
  • Mario Andretti
  • Richard Petty
  • Mark Donohue
  • Parnelli Jones
  • Dan Gurney
  • Don Garlits
  • Don Prudhomme
  • Gary Gabelich
  • Ronnie Sox


2010 AUTO RACING ALL-AMERICA TEAM SELECTED

BURBANK, Calif. – The 2010 All-America Auto Racing Team has been chosen by members of the nation’s motorsports press. The team includes the largest group ever named to the First Team, 21 drivers, as a result of the addition of a new category this year by the American Auto Racing Writers and Broadcasters Association.

In addition, AARWBA created a new Rising Star Award to recognize a fresh new name making his mark on the sport.

Drivers from the Open Wheel, Stock Car, Road Racing and Drag Racing categories are in contention for the Jerry Titus Award -- the team’s Driver of the Year, each of them dominating the vote in their category. Just nine votes cover the group, which includes two former multiple Titus winners. The Titus winner is not revealed until the All-America ceremonies in Indianapolis, Ind., on Jan. 9.

Four former Titus winners are on the team this year -- Indy Car champions Dario Franchitti (2007, 2009) and Tony Kanaan (2004), and NHRA champions John Force (1996, 1999, 2000, 2002) and Tony Schumacher (2006, 2008). Schumacher is a Second Team selection this year and Kanaan earned Honorable Mention.

Chosen as the Rising Star of 2010 was IRL Firestone Indy Lights champion J.K. Vernay, 23, from France, who picked up votes from nearly a third of the voters on the 15-name ballot. Vernay ended up four votes ahead of NASCAR Camping World Truck Series rookie of the year Austin Dillon, 20. Third in the vote was USAC driver Kody Swanson, 22, who raced in five different USAC series with victories in four of them.

Following in the Rising Star vote were Indy Light’s James Hinchcliffe, 23; Grand-Am’s Ricky Taylor, 21; Scott Tucker, 47, from American Le Mans, and a surprise write-in, LE Tonglet, 20, NHRA’s Pro Stock Bike champion and rookie of the year. The poll does not include motorcycle racers because it is, after all, an auto racing team, but young Tonglet’s stellar season was enough to inspire a number of voters to write in his name.

The Titus, given in remembrance of the late racer/journalist, signifies the top vote-getter on the All-America team regardless of category, is announced at the conclusion of the annual AARWBA banquet, which is open to the public. Two drivers from each of eight categories is elected to the First Team, two more to the Second Team, and all drivers receiving at least five percent of the vote (minimum five votes) earn honorable mention.

Force won his unprecedented 15th NHRA Full Throttle Funny Car championship this year, a triumphant return from a near-fatal accident in 2007. With his 6-win season he won his 16th selection as an All-America in the Drag Racing category, all but one of them First Team. Force’s 15 First Team selections stands behind only World of Outlaws legend Steve Kinser, chosen 18 times. His 16 times as an All-America (chosen once as Second Team in 1991), trails Kinser’s 23 and Mario Andretti’s 18.

Joining Force is Top Fuel champion Larry Dixon, whose 12-win season ended Tony Schumacher’s run of five championships. It is Dixon’s fifth All-America selection, his third on the First Team.

Franchitti won his second Indianapolis 500 and his third Indy Car championship in 2010, continuing as the most dominant driver in American open wheel racing three of the past four years and leading the Open Wheel category. The Scot has been a First Team All-America each of those years, six times total.

Will Power, the young Aussie who led the Indy Car championship most of the season, joins Franchitti on the First Team after a five-win season. It is Power’s first All-America nod.

Jimmie Johnson is no surprise as a Titus contender after his landmark fifth straight NASCAR Sprint Cup championship. His six-win season plus a come-from-behind points chase in the year’s final race got him his sixth selection on the First Team, his ninth time overall.

A surprise, however, was the selection of Kyle Busch to join Johnson in the Stock Car category. The winner of 24 races in NASCAR’s top three series (three Sprint Cup, 13 Nationwide, eight Camping World Trucks and that series’ owner’s championship), Busch outpointed Denny Hamlin by just one vote for his fourth All-America selection, his first on the First Team.

The pairing of Scott Pruett and Memo Rojas led the Road Racing category for the second time in three years. The Pruett/Rojas duo is the Daytona Prototype champions in the Grand-Am Rolex Sports Car Series with a series-record nine victories in 12 races. It is Pruett’s 11th time on the First Team, third on that list behind Force, and his 13th time overall. His Mexican teammate is an All-America for the second time. In endurance racing where teammates share a car for the full season, they are voted on as one.

The second First Team pair in Road Racing are the American Le mans Series Prototype champions David Brabham and Simon Pagenaud. The Australian/French pairing won four races including the Petit LeMans at Road Atlanta and were on the podium in all nine of the series’ races. It is Brabham’s fifth All-American selection, his second on First Team, while Pagenaud is First Team for the First time after an Honorable Mention in 2009.

Todd Bodine, winning his second NASCAR Camping World Truck Series championship, easily outdistanced everyone in the Touring Series vote. It is his second All-America selection, both First Team, matching his 2006 championship.

Behind Bodine, however, it was a huge dogfight with all five of the other ballot contenders in a virtual dead heat. In the final tally only five votes separated the quintet, but atop the heap was NASCAR Whelen Modified Series champion and four-time race winner Bobby Santos. It is the first time a driver from the Modified ranks has achieved First Team status, and is, of course, the first All-America for Santos.

The category illustrated well that one vote can make a difference: Only one vote behind was NASCAR K&N East Series champ Ryan Truex, and two more votes back was ARCA champion Patrick Sheltra to make up the Second Team; one more vote down was USAR Pro Series champ Clay Rogers, and K&N West champ Eric Holmes was just another single vote down, earning Honorable Mention.

There was also an unexpected result in the Short Track category, where two U.S. Auto Club combatants won in a category long dominated by World of Outlaws champions. Brian Clauson outpointed Levi Jones by just one vote to form the First Team pairing. Clauson won USAC’s National Driver Championship and Mopar National Midget Championship over Jones by winning the season finale Turkey Night Grand Prix at Irwindale, Calif. Jones, for his part, won both the K&N Silver Crown and the Amsoil National Sprint Car Championships. It is the first time on First Team for both drivers. Jones has been chosen Second Team or Honorable Mention three times previously.

The new Off Road & Rally category produced the only tie in the voting, resulting in a four-member First Team. Vote leader Rob MacCachren is the one familiar face, earning his fifth All-America nod, his third on the First Team -- in previous years chosen in the At Large category. MacCachren won in four different off-road series and leads the Pro 2 Unlimited class in the Lucas Off-Road Racing Series where he has won eight times. He has also won in TORC, SCORE and SNORE races.

Tied in the vote were Ricky Johnson, champion of the Traxxas TORC Series Pro 2wd class, and Antoine L’Estage/Nathalie Richard champions of the RallyCar Rally America series. All are all-America for the first time. Johnson has six wins in the TORC series and two more in the LOORS series. Canadians L’Estage/Richard won two of the six Rally America events and are also leading the Canadian Rally Championship with three victories.

The At Large category went to an endurance racing tandem and a drag racer, All-America veterans all. Topping the vote were the American Le Mans Series’ GT class champions, Jörg Bergmeister and Patrick Long, with four victories together in the nine races. Long also branched out to NASCAR and won a K&N West series race in Portland. It’s Bergmeister’s fourth All-America selection and Long’s second, all First Team.

Frank Manzo, the NHRA Top Alcohol Funny Car champ, is nearly the Funny Car clone of John Force but with alky fuels. With a 12-win season it is Manzo’s 14 national championship and 20th divisional championship, and his eighth All-America, second time on First Team.

Information on the All-America Banquet is available at www.AARWBA.org. The banquet and ceremony is open to the public. --Rocky Entriken

 

 

FIRST TEAM

OPEN WHEEL: Dario Franchitti, Will Power

STOCK CAR: Jimmie Johnson, Kyle Busch

ROAD RACING: Scott Pruett/Memo Rojas, David Brabham/Simon Pagenaud

DRAG RACING: John Force, Larry Dixon

SHORT TRACK: Bryan Clauson, Levi Jones

TOURING SERIES: Todd Bodine, Bobby Santos

OFF-ROAD & RALLY: Rob MacCachren, Ricky Johnson & Antoine L’Estage/Nathalie Richard (tie)

AT LARGE: Jörg Bergmeister/Patrick Long, Frank Manzo

 

SECOND TEAM

OPEN WHEEL: Helio Castroneves, Ryan Briscoe

STOCK CAR: Denny Hamlin, Brad Keselowski

ROAD RACING: Tony Ave, Jon Fogarty/Alex Gurney

DRAG RACING: Tony Schumacher, Matt Hagan

SHORT TRACK: Jason Myers, Tim Shaffer

TOURING SERIES: Ryan Truex, Patrick Sheltra

OFF-ROAD & RALLY: B.J. Baldwin

AT LARGE: J.K. Vernay, Peter Cunningham

HONORABLE MENTION

(At least 5% of the vote, five votes minimum)

OPEN WHEEL: Tony Kanaan

STOCK CAR: Kevin Harvick, Jamie McMurray

ROAD RACING: Max Angelelli/Ricky Taylor

DRAG RACING: none

SHORT TRACK: none

TOURING SERIES: Clay Rogers, Eric Holmes

OFF-ROAD & RALLY: Jesse Jones, Tom Lawless

AT LARGE: Randy Pobst, Von Smith

 

RISING STAR

(All who received at least five votes)

J.K. Vernay (IRL Indy Lights)

Austin Dillon (NASCAR Trucks)

Kody Swanson (USAC)

James Hinchcliffe (IRL Indy Lights)

Ricky Taylor (Grand-Am Daytona Prototype)

LE Tonglet (NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle) [write-in]

Scott Tucker (ALMS LMP Challenge)

Jonathan Bomarito (Grand-Am GT)

Robert Stout (SCCA World Challenge)

Tanner Swanson (USAC)

Lucas Wolfe (WoO Sprint Cars))

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