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Terrific Texas – United States Grand Prix Weekend Preview!

From the sis kebabs of Istanbul to the briskets of Austin, the Formula One paddock has rolled into Texas for this weekend’s United States Grand Prix! Can Valtteri Bottas continue his good form from the Turkish Grand Prix two weeks ago? Or will his teammate Lewis Hamilton and title rival Max Verstappen return to winning ways?

Written by Aiden Hover, Edited by Bruna Brito

The Circuit Of The Americas (COTA) was built in 2012 in an attempt to rebuild an American F1 fanbase – a demographic that was severely lacking at the time following the distaste left after the 2005 US Grand Prix and the dropping of Indianapolis from the calendar after 2007. The 5.5-kilometre track is yet another Tilke drome, however, many of its 20 thrilling turns are ‘borrowed from other world-class circuits to form a truly exciting race track! With an opening sector akin to Silverstone’s Maggots and Beckets following a steep first corner as well as a dramatic final sector with Istanbul turn 8 vibes, the track offers a range of daring dynamics that the drivers adore.

The United States Grand Prix has truly put on some impressive shows since its return to Texas in 2012. From the epic battle between the modern titans of Hamilton and Vettel in its inaugural event to the championship drama of 2015, COTA always knows how to excite. There was yet more drama in 2017 as Max Verstappen fought back from P16 to a podium finish before having it harshly taken away following a posts race track limits penalty. We have surely missed it from the calendar over the last few years and will be anxiously anticipating its return!

Even in its previous guise at Indianapolis, we saw some spectacular highs – despite the depressing lows. In its last race in 2007, fans were treated to a nail-bitingly tense race-long battle between the McLaren teammates of Fernando Alonso and rookie Lewis Hamilton. The year before that saw a dramatic first-lap crash – in dramatic contrast to the previous years fast. The 2005 Indianapolis Grand Prix will be remembered forever as one of the worst Formula One races ever. Following a politically charged tyre controversy, paying spectators were outraged to see only 6 cars make the race start – in fact, Tiago Montaro was likely the only person to leave the track smiling as he secured his first career podium. 

With Max Verstappen leading the championship from Lewis Hamilton once again, all is to play for heading into this weekend as the season enters its closing stage. Behind, the battle for third in the constructors continues as Ferrari attempt to close the gap to McLaren. Be sure not to miss any of the action of this weekend as Formula One will once again be joined by W-Series with the action kicking off this Friday!

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Woman’s Crush Wednesday: Penny Harrison

Written by Bruna Brito, Edited by Harshi Vashee 

Penny Harrison is the head of the social media of W Series, the women’s championship using the Tatuus F3 T-318, the race car is similar to the latest FIA F3 specification.

Penny has been working for the Series since 2018, being one of the co-founders and idealists of the championship whose goal is to inspire girls to practice kart and getting more women into the base of the sport. The W Series mission is based on the idea that if you can see it, you can be.

Harrison has worked for Mclaren for four years, her work and excellence earned her a nomination for The Drum Social Buzz Award with the British team. Again being nominated in her recent years, as in charge of the W Series media.

Not only does Penny hold her multiple nominations working on the papaya team, but also her amazing friendship with Charlotte Sefton, communications manager for the McLaren drivers.

In her words Penny describes her purpose with the WSeries: “I am very proud to be a part of something so innovative. We’re not saying men and women can’t compete again (far from it), but we’re here to create opportunities, training, and experience.” 

Faithful to her ideas, competent and determined, this is how we see Penny Harrison’s work on and off the track. We as DIVEBOMB wish her every success in her career and may she continue to inspire thousands around her.

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Tricky Turkey! – Turkish Grand Prix Weekend Preview

With the Formula One Paddock still rejoicing Lewis Hamilton’s centenary win, whilst simultaneously mourning the loss of Lando Norris’s first, we move on from Sochi for this weekend’s Turkish Grand Prix! 

Written by Aiden Hover, Edited by Bruna Brito

Istanbul Park is back once more following its triumphant return last year – which marked the end of a 9-year absence from the Formula One calendar. Opened in 2005, it’s widely accepted that this track is one of Hermann Tilke’s better designs with many of its aspects later finding their way onto other tracks – such as its daunting quadruple-apex turn 8 which was later lovingly recreated at COTA for 2012. Besides the bumpy and exciting turn 8, other highlights include the sweeping, undulating, opening complex which has been likened to Laguna Seca or the tight closing chicane in a similar vein to Spa-Francorchamps. The long-run into turn 12 onto the chicane is likely the best place for overtaking due to its harsh braking zone, although overtaking is possible around much of the track!

Despite its relatively short lifespan in Formula One so far, the Turkish Grand Prix has certainly not failed to disappoint! Some stand out moments includes playing host to Felipe Massa’s maiden Grand Prix Pole and win in 2006 before going on to win at the same venue again in 2007 and 2008 to make it three-in-a-row or the equally impressive battle between Fernando Alonso and Michael Schumacher again in 2006! The most famous race however must be 2010 in which title rivals and teammates Mark Webber and Sebastian Vettel came together sending both off-track and Vettel out of the race – this, in turn, gifted a 1-2 to McLaren who themselves had teammate squabbles with their drivers, Jenson Button and Lewis Hamilton, ignoring team orders to maintain position and save fuel which led to a stunning battle as the laps ticked down to the end!

Last year’s race was a true spectacle of Formula One talent and entertainment. Following a rained out qualifying, in which Lance Stroll scored his first Pole Position with a stunning wet drive, the race too began in wet slippery conditions. The conditions were made harder with the fact that the track had recently been resurfaced and much of the track still had yet to be rubbered in – a problem that plagued the drivers all weekend. What ensued over the next hour and a half was a truly legendary race. With Racing Point leading 1-2 for much of the race and slow starting Lewis Hamilton battling back through the field with Sebastian Vettel, there was entertainment at every corner. Hamilton masterfully kept his Intermediate tyres alive as the track dried out and made his way past Sergio Perez on his way to win the race and with it equal Michael Schumacher’s record of seven Formula One World Drivers Titles! Behind, with Lance Stroll relegated down the order following a tyre blunder, Sergio Perez was tasked with defending his second place from both Ferraris – a battle that would last until the line with Perez leading Vettel to complete the podium as Leclerc agonised over his near-miss mistake. Uncharacteristic mistakes plagued much of the field with the likes of Max Verstappen and Valtteri Bottas driving races to forget – making the achievement of Lewis Hamilton that much sweeter!

This year’s championship is unlikely to be decided this weekend, however, with Max Verstappen trailing by just two points from Lewis Hamilton. Both drivers came into luck last time out with a well-timed stop from RedBull promoting Verstappen from 7th to 2nd as the rain began to worsen and Mercedes bringing Hamilton in before McLaren’s Lando Norris to secure the win. Both will be hoping for a more straightforward race this weekend, but with rain forecasted once more, anything can happen!

Be sure not to miss any of the action this weekend!

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How is Nikita Mazepin 21st in a 20-driver championship?

Written by Bruna Brito, Edited by Morgan Holiday & Aiden Hover

Replacing Finnish racing driver Kimi Raikkonen for Alfa Romeo, who tested positive for COVID-19 before the Dutch Grand Prix, Robert Kubica has raced in just two races and yet, has already overtaken the Russian driver in the standings – despite Nikita Mazepin competing in all 14 rounds of the Championship.

On and off the track, Nikita Mazepin has collected numerous controversies that will forever shroud his name. Shortly after being announced as a 2021 Haas F1 driver, Nikita posted an abhorrent video, in which he harassed and groped a female friend, to his social media. Additionally, his name recently returned to the media following statements regarding his relationship with teammate Mick Schumacher and the pairs racing conduct. However, none of these have stopped him from achieving a true feat for F1 history – placing 21st in an originally 20-place championship.

No, you are not misreading that. Right now, the Russian is in 21st position, behind Robert Kubica. Both drivers have 0 (zero) points in the standings, but due to the rules of F1, the tie-breaking criterion puts the Polish driver ahead.

Kubica has only partaken in two races this year, Zandvoort and Monza – where he finished 15th and 14th respectively. He obviously didn’t score points, but the positions that he achieved were enough to surpass Mazepin.

According to the regulations regarding tie-breaking criteria, in case the driver’s score is equal, it is the best finishing place in the races that decide championship order. If the finishing positions are equal and to the same amount and the tie is still maintained, the next criterion to be checked is their second-best place in races.

So far, Mazepin has run 14 races and has failed to score in any of them. His best position was 14th in the Azerbaijan GP, matching Kubica’s best. But, his second-best finishing position is 17th, scored in Imola, Monaco, Great Britain and Belgium. The 15th place of Kubica allows him to stay in front.

Nikita Mazepin may have a chance to take 20th place in the next race at Sochi for the Russian GP if he can prove good enough to finish higher than 14th.

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TBT: Charles Leclerc Last Win Monza GP 2019

Written by Bruna Brito, Edited by Harshi Vashee 

This weekend we will have the pleasure of seeing the F1 race in Monza, the house of Ferrari, at The Autodromo Nazionale Di Monza that marks one of the most unpredictable and exciting races of the year. It’s a magical place where almost anything can happen. This not only marks one of the most colorful and beautiful weekends, but also the last win of Charles Leclerc.

In his first year as a Scuderia Ferrari driver, Charle Leclerc was on top. Just a week after winning for the first time in Formula 1, at The Belgian Gp, in Spa-Francorchamps, the Monegasque driver won for the second time. This time in The Italian Gp, in Monza on 8 September 2019, to the delight of thousands of fans who attended the traditional circuit.

Setting an incredible time of 1:19.307 on Saturday, Charles put His Sf90, ahead of the Mercedes by +0.835, marking his second and last pole of the year.

It was also an excellent position for the Italian Scuderia, all together, since his teammate, the four-times World Champion, Sebastian Vettel, started Fourth, scoring the position with the lap time of 1:19,457.

After starting on pole, Leclerc had to deal with Lewis Hamilton, who looked for the lead after his first pit stop. But Monegasque resisted well, even with his tires being more worn out, to the point of leading to a slight change of trajectory at the end of the long straight, in the braking of the chicane.

However, Hamilton also made a mistake, even bigger than Leclerc’s, and lost more time, losing second place to Bottas, who had not yet attempted the maneuver on Leclerc. But it wasn’t enough, the Mercedes was not able to take over the Monegasque. Aggressively, impressively and determinedly, Leclerc won his second race in F1, a week after taking the podium for the first time in Belgium. Now with a more sincere and wide smile, knowing that Anthoine was happy for him.

For the whole of the week after, Charles Leclerc’s face was on every magazine And newspaper cover in Italy, and around the world. The victory proved the talent and determination of the young driver, confirming that Ferrari had indeed made the right choice.

Leclerc continues driving for Ferrari, now having the Spaniard Carlos Sainz Jr. as his teammate. He occupies fifth place in the Championship, with 92 points, 3.5 points ahead of Sainz. Max Verstappen leads the 2021 world championship with 224.5 points. And we hope that the wonderful red machines can have a successful weekend, adding some points to the championship, and who knows, even a little luck to Carlos Sainz, who will face his first Italian Gp as a Ferrari driver.

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Woman Crush Wednesday: Carolyn Paterson

Written by Bruna Brito, Edited by Morgan Holiday

Born in Woking, United Kingdom (very close to the McLaren Technology Center by the way), Carolyn’s passion for motorsport has always been a huge part of her life. One of the most memorable moments was when her school set up an event and Carolyn had a special day behind the wheel with Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button at Mercedes Benz World.

At college, Carolyn graduated in Business and Management from the University of Portsmouth, has already worked in the team of Envision Virgin Racing in Formula E, and also being part of BMW Group.

Currently, Caralyn Paterson is dividing her time between being a wife, mother, and Press Officer in Scuderia Alpha Tauri in Formula 1.

“A lot of people have a favorite football team while I had a favorite motorsport team and this went on all my way.”

Very private, for the biggest fans, it is always possible to see Carolyn walking through the paddock and offering all the assistance to Scuderia and the drivers.

We hope that all her knowledge and dedication are being recognized and inspiring many girls around the world to strive for their dreams.

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Italian Grand Prix – Weekend Preview

With Formula One still not entirely over the might of the Orange Army, it embarks into the land of the passionate Tifosi for the final part of this triple header and the Italian Grand Prix! Can Max Verstappen extend his newfound championship lead or will Lewis Hamilton find that extra gear to turn the tables back into his favour? 

Written by Aiden Hover, Edited by Bruna Brito

The Autodromo Nazionale di Monza, better known simply as Monza, is an old school highspeed race track that has become a fan favourite thanks to its consistent delivery of amazing racing! The 5.793 km circuit is made up mainly of long straights, allowing the cars to reach some of the highest speeds of the season before enduring some of the harshest braking zones of the season as the drivers hurl themselves into the tight and twisty first and second chicanes. The iconic track also features legendary corners such as the Curva Grande and the Curva Parabolica which test a drivers psyche with their high-speed, high-risk nature.

Being built in 1922, the near centenary old track has seen history made and remade all throughout its life. In the early days, the track featured a stunning banked section that gave way to impressive wheel to wheel action as that’s where drivers truly earned their wages battling along the dangerous 30° turn. In more recent years, fans may remember the emotional scenes of 1999 when Mika Hakkinen span out of the race lead. Knowing the possible championship repercussions of this mistake, Mika’s only reaction was understandably to run into the woods and ball his eyes out. 

In more triumphant circumstances, Monza has played host to some truly enthralling battles. Title rivals, Fernando Alonso and Sebastian Vettel came to blows in 2011 as they pushed each other to (and sometimes over) the limit. Even in the same race, there was a titanic battle between Lewis Hamilton and Michael Schumacher showing just why they are both the greatest of all time. Hamilton again came up against Kimi Räikkönen for the lead in 2018 after rival Vettel span himself out on the opening lap which led to some incredible back and forth action as Kimi proved the old dog still knew how to race. Hamilton would be at the front once more in 2019 as Charles Leclerc valiantly fought off the two Mercedes cars to win the Italian Grand Prix in a Ferrari. One year later in 2020, Pierre Gasly would achieve an unlikely first win following a manic race and battle with Carlos Sainz (which you can read more about here) in a similar vein to Sebastian Vettel’s first win at the same track and with the same team in 2008!

What can fans expect this year?

Hopefully, we will once more witness the championship rivals show their excellence against one another at the front as Verstappen and Hamilton squabble for the championship glory. Meanwhile, questions remain over Valtteri Bottas’ willingness to play the team game and support his British teammate – especially after the fastest lap mess during the Dutch Grand Prix and the recent news that he will be leaving to Alfa Romeo for next year with young George Russell taking his place at Mercedes!

Ferrari is expected to perform well in front of the adoring Tifosi and it is still to be seen how this pressure will affect Carlos Sainz as he prepares for his first Italian Grand Prix in red. Charles Leclerc will love the ‘home’ support as he hopes to emulate his 2019 glory. McLaren behind, however, will be wanting to move past a disappointing race last time out, in which botched team orders have begun to build a rift between their two drivers. Alpha Tauri, meanwhile, have great pace going into their home Grand Prix – particularly as the most recent winners of the event! They will be hoping to do well this weekend.

Alpine too look strong heading into Monza, coming off the back of a double points finish in the Netherlands. Aston Martin, on the other hand, would want to move past Zandvoort as soon as possible – and the best way to do that is by performing well this weekend. Alfa Romeo, who will once again see Robert Kubica replace the COVID ridden Raikkonen, had Giovinazzi put in one of the stand-out qualifying performances of the season last weekend only to be the unfortunate victim of an early puncture. They will be hoping to turn their luck around at their home Grand Prix.

At the back of the grid, Haas is expected to occupy the last row once again, although they will be hoping to make less of a mess of it than they did last time out with both drivers throwing shade at their teammate. William’s meanwhile see Monza as one of their best opportunities to score decent points and with the recent news of Alex Albon joining the team, spirits are high rolling into Italy!

Be sure not to miss any of the action this weekend! 

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Woman’s Crush Wednesday: Abbi Pulling

Abbi Pulling is a British racing driver who, at the young age of 18, is a British Karting Champion and has made her debut in the W-series whilst currently racing in British Formula 4!

Written by bruna Brito and Aiden Hover, Edited by Tanishka Vashee

Abbi started racing in 2012 and had already made it to the podium at the Tattershall Kart Club by April of the same year. This successful sting was followed by an acceptance in the ARKS test at Fulbeck, her first non-MSA final, and becoming the last MSA WTP Champion, winning the 2012/2013 Winter Series at the Trent Valley Kart Club.

In 2013, Abbi started to compete all over the British Isles. In her first full year of karting, she participated in the Little Green Man Championship, broke the lap record at Fulbeck and Rowrah and set numerous fastest laps.

Continuing in karting, Abbi pulled to the highest categories, gaining a lot of popularity in 2016, when she was promoted to the Tal-Ko Junior TKM Kart. This time with the team brought in good results as Abbi dominated the category in 2017 and won the Wessex championship.

2018 was a major milestone in the rising star’s career. Abbi won the British Championship again, being the first person to win the Junior TKM title consecutively. And at the same time, she was making her motorsport debut in the Junior Ginetta Championship.

Currently, Abbi Pulling is competing in British Formula 4, supporting the British Touring Car Championship. In relation to her recent W Series debut, the 18 years-old driver said: “I’m over the moon to be making my W Series debut at Silverstone and I want to show people what I can do. I’ve never been to the British Grand Prix weekend before and I can’t even begin to imagine what the atmosphere will be like racing in front of a full home crowd. It will be a very special occasion and, whatever the result, something that will stay with me forever.”

Also, last weekend, one of our divebomb collaborators had the privilege of seeing Abbi Pulling in action at Thruxton where he was hugely impressed by her aggressive and intriguing driving style. Abbie seemed to have no fear when she went for a move – particularly in race two, where she climbed to the lead before being involved in a crash later on that unfortunately put to rest any chance of gaining that elusive race win. However, she came back fighting again in race three showing she had lost none of her confidence behind the wheel! 

As always, the team at Divebomb can’t wait to see what the future holds for Abbi and wish her all the best and hope for her to have a stellar career in the world of racing. 

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Formula One returns to the Netherlands! Dutch GP Weekend Preview

After 36 years, Formula One returns to the Netherlands for the Dutch Grand Prix as round two of the latest triple header comes into sight! Following a farcical Grand Prix in Belgium, can Max Verstappen continue his charge for his first championship in front of his famed Orange Army, or will Sir Lewis Hamilton cause upset for the home hero in enemy ground?

Written by Aiden Hover, Edited by Bruna Brito

Circuit Zandvoort has undergone a fairly severe makeover over the last few years as it modernised for these wide, aero heavy Formula One cars, however, much of the old school charm remains. Through the newly profiled banked turn one, cars funnel up to a tricky tight turn three before a flowing run through a series of fast left/right bends before the sudden plunge of Schevlak. Following the terrifying drop of turn seven, cars enter the tricky understeer heavy complex of turns eight to ten before a short sprint to the newly developed stadium section with only the fast, steeply banked final turn remaining. It’s expected that this impressive spectacle will be tinted a special shade of orange as Max Verstappen’s fans brim the grandstands for Formula One’s return to the Netherlands and Zandvoort.

Having been on and off the calendar since its first race in 1948 until its most recent in 1985, Zandvoort is sure to be the home of some truly legendary Formula One moments – and to that point, it does not disappoint. Back in 1979, fans witnessed incredible images as Gilles Villeneuve suffered a severe puncture on lap 51 and yet was able to limp around the track back to the pits on three and then two wheels as he suffered yet another puncture! Four years prior, a young James Hunt would win his first-ever Formula One race having held of Niki Lauda for 20 laps to take Team Heskeths only Grand Prix win, two years later, however, Hunt will be involved in a coming together with Mario Andretti eliminating both from the race. 1985 saw the final Dutch Grand Prix to date as well as the final race win for the dearly missed Niki Lauda who won the race only one week on from announcing his retirement from Formula One.

What can fans look forward to this year?

Usually, at this point, we would take a brief look at how each team did last time out, however, last weekends race was barely a race and so very little can be taken from it. Instead, we will look at what each team will be looking to achieve from their first visit to Zandvoort! 

Mercedes will be hoping to cause upset in very much enemy ground as RedBull look to give their man the best chance possible to win at home in front of his adoring fan base. Mercedes driver Valtteri Bottas will also hope to perform well as his seat looks ever more at risk. McLaren behind will surely enjoy the orange around the track as they hope to secure their third spot in the constructors. McLaren of course won the last Dutch Grand Prix with Niki Lauda in 1985, though it may be wishful thinking to expect a debut win for Lando Norris – anything can happen in Formula One!

Ferrari too will be looking for a strong race as they risk falling behind their British opponents. Both Alpha Tauri and Alpine have shown strong pace in recent races and so will be hoping for this to continue. Meanwhile, Aston Martin will be simply hoping for a clean weekend as they seem to be allowing mistakes to creep in, despite having a fast car – particularly for narrow circuits such as Zandvoort, so expect AM to run well this weekend. 

Further down the grid, Williams is due a painful shot down to reality as they come off the back of their first podium since 2017 albeit in slightly strange circumstances. Although, it cant be taken await from them that they are the only team to score with both cars in both of the last two races as Nicholas Latifi and George Russell extract the most from their lacklustre package. With the sad announcement of Kimi Räikkönen’s retirement, this weekend will be emotional for both the Finn and his Alfa Romeo team who first worked together all the way back in 2001. Fun fact, Kimi’s Formula One debut in 2001 is closer to the last Dutch GP in 1085 than this weekends return to the Netherlands! Regardless of this, they will still be hoping to break that elusive top ten to add to their marginal points tally whilst their American friends in Haas will hoping to finally make it into he top ten.

Be sure not to miss out on Formula One’s much-anticipated return to the flatlands of the Netherlands and be sure too not to miss out on any of the exciting support action from W-series!

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WOMAN CRUSH WEDNESDAY: LEENA GADE THE FIRST FEMALE ENGINEER TO WIN 24 HOURS OF LE MANS

Written by Bruna Brito, Edited by Esmée Koppius

Leena Gade became the first female race engineer to win the 24 hours of Le Mans in 2011.

Born in Perivale in the United Kingdom, the passion for speed started when the family moved to India, and on the way back to the UK. With the influence of her younger sister, they started watching Formula One together. (Fun fact: Teena, Leena’s younger sister also become race engineer)

Fascinated and curious to understand how those amazing machines work, Leena chose to study engineering at the University of Manchester, graduating with a master’s degree in aerospace engineering in 1988, along with only 5 more female students, becoming the only one in her class to graduate.

Her first job was at Jaguar Cars, as vehicle refinement engineer, spending part-time as engineer for racing teams like BMW.

In 2006, she had her first contact with Le Mans, when she helped the team to construct the Chamberlain Tréluyer Synergy prototype. However it was only in 2011, when her incredible work was more recognized, that she became the first female race engineer to win at Le Mans, with the drivers Benoît Trèluyer, Marcel Fässler and André Lotterer with Audi Sport Team Joest. Claiming the winner animais in 2012 and 2014.

“When the car crossed the finish line I turned around and everyone else in the pit was crying and I couldn’t understand why. In my head I understood what was going on and we were going to make it to the finish line, whereas everybody else was saying, ‘Oh my God, that was so close.’ Well, 13 seconds is still quite a lot, guys, even after 24 hours.”

In the year of 2012, Jeena Gade was named for the FIA World Endurance Championship “Man of the Year” being also condecorated with the C&R Racing Women in Technology award, and ambassador of FIA Commission for Women in the Motorsport, in 2013.

Jeena continued her career as race engineer for James Hinchcliffe, a Canadian driver, who raced for Schmidt Peterson Motorsports’ Indycar program. 

In 2019, Gade entered the WeatherTech Sportscar Championship. Later that year, she was appointed president of the FIA GT Commission, global Grand tourer racing.

Jeena Gade has a positive and great impact on the Motorsport world, as a role model, inspiring millions and we appreciate her tremendous effort and hard work.

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