Sábado, 4 de Junho de 2016

Vitória no Azores Airlines Rallye para Ricardo Moura/ António Costa,

Vitória no Azores Airlines Rallye para Ricardo Moura/ António Costa,

Vitória no Azores Airlines Rallye para Ricardo Moura/ António Costa, seguida da de Diogo Gago/Hugo Magalhães nas 2RM e no Europeu Junior,bem como a vitória de Ruben e Estevão Rodrigues no ERC2.

Home joy! Moura wins the Azores Airlines Rallye

Azores Airlines Rallye leg two midday report: 4 June 2016

Ricardo Moura has claimed a hugely popular home win by triumphing on the Azores Airlines Rallye for the first time.

Despite landing the mid-Atlantic archipelago’s domestic championship on several occasions, victory on the Azores Airlines Rallye had always eluded the Sao Miguel resident. However, all that changed when Moura and co-driver Antonio Costa made it through a dramatic final day to defeat Alexey Lukyanuk and Alexey Arnautov by 26.8s in a dramatic finish.

Lukyanuk started the closing loop of three stages in front by 25.3s only for a loose turbo pipe to lead to a vital loss of power – and time – on stage 14, which he completed 42.7s down on Moura. Despite making frantic roadside repairs, Lukyanuk’s efforts to recover the lost time was to no avail and he would settle for second behind the victorious Moura, who becomes the first Azorean to win the event since Raul Mendonca in 1971, 45 years ago.

“My name is on the history of this rally and I am very, very happy,” said an emotional Moura at the finish of the final stage after leading home a Ford Fiesta R5 1-2-3. “Thank you to all the team for this and for all the people of the Azores. I had the hard tyre and I should have come with the soft because it was raining. I was also out of brakes on Graminhais and we had to recover from this. It was really stressful but we are here.”

Lukyanuk, who also lost precious seconds with a spin on SS12, took 21.2s out of Moura on the penultimate stage to close the gap to 21.5s. With the final Tronqueira stage 21.71 kilometres in length, a win for Lukyanuk seemed possible. But Moura upped his pace to keep the Russian at bay. “We had no turbo maybe one kilometre after the start [of stage 14],” said Lukyanuk. “I hate it when the same thing happens again [like it did in Greece], it should not be like this. I was pushing like hell and we take a lot of risks but it was impossible to do more. It was supposed to be our game, next time maybe.”

Kajetan Kajetanowicz, the reigning European champion, was 9.8s behind Lukyanuk at the overnight halt in Ponta Delgada, but a broken driveshaft on today’s opening test, Graminhais, dropped the Polish driver out of contention. After haemorrhaging more time through stages 12 and 13, Kajetanowicz reached midday service 3m33.5s off the lead. He took the first stage win of the afternoon but third overall was as good as it would get for the Fiesta driver, who has yet to win in the ERC in 2016.

It was a frustrating final day in the Azores for Sports Racing Technologies’ drivers Ralfs Sirmacis and Raul Jeets. Sirmacis retired his Skoda Fabia R5 with broken steering on SS12. Jeets reached the finish of SS14 but stopped due to a loss of water pressure after he struck a bank during the run.

Hungary’s David Botka brought his Citroen DS3 R5 to the finish in fourth after demoting Jaroslav Orsak on the final stage. The Czech lost time with a puncture on SS15 and a loss of rear brakes on the last test. Pedro Meireles finished sixth, Luis Rego seventh, Jose Pedro Fontes eighth and Ricardo Teodosio ninth, while Antonin Tlustak overcame a puncture on the penultimate stage to finish P10.

Wojciech Chuchala, from Poland, cancelled out a deficit of 1m12.7s following his puncture on Friday afternoon to beat Ruben Rodrigues to the ERC2 victory, their fourth in a row in the category this season. “We lost a lot of time with the puncture so we had to really attack,” said Chuchala. “I was happy to have to push like this but we had to take care of the car in the conditions today. It’s very good.” Juan Carlos Alonso travelled to the Azores from Argentina to complete the class podium.

Portuguese Peugeot driver Diogo Gago won ERC Junior as overnight leader Marijan Griebel (Germany) crashed out two kilometres from the finish of SS12. Chris Ingram took second with Steve Rokland (Norway) third after Lukasz Pieniazek (Poland) retired. “It’s amazing, no words to describe what I feel, it’s incredible,” said Gago, whose co-driver Hugo Magalhaes partnered Bernardo Sousa to the overall Azores win in 2014. Ingram, meanwhile, revealed that he had been nursing a gearbox issue on his Opel during the closing stages.

Stage times and results:
http://www.azoresrallye.com/results-2016-2/

Stage winners:
SS1 Batalha (7.27km): Kajetanowicz/Baran (Ford Fiesta R5)
SS2 Solucoes M (7.08km): Moura/Costa (Ford Fiesta R5)
SS3 Vila Franca Sao Bras 1 (13.47km): Lukyanuk/Arnautov (Ford Fiesta R5)
SS4 Grupo Marques SSS 1 (3.95km): Sirmacis/Simins (Skoda Fabia R5)
SS5 Pico da Pedra Golfe 1 (7.42km): Lukyanuk/Arnautov (Ford Fiesta R5)
SS6 Feteiras Meo 1 (15.26km): Kajetanowicz/Baran (Ford Fiesta R5)
SS7 Sete Cidades 1 (25.62km): Kajetanowicz/Baran (Ford Fiesta R5)
SS8 Pico da Pedra Golfe 2 (7.42km): Lukyanuk/Arnautov (Ford Fiesta R5)
SS9 Feteiras Meo 2 (15.26km): Lukyanuk/Arnautov (Ford Fiesta R5)
SS10 Sete Cidades 2 (25.62km): Lukyanuk/Arnautov (Ford Fiesta R5)
SS11 Graminhais 1 (20.96km): Lukyanuk/Arnautov (Ford Fiesta R5)
SS12 Tronqueira 1 (21.71km): Moura/Costa (Ford Fiesta R5)
SS13 Grupo Marques SSS 2 (3.95km): Lukyanuk/Arnautov (Ford Fiesta R5)
SS14 Vila Franca Sao Bras 1 (13.47km): Kajetanowicz/Baran (Ford Fiesta R5)
SS15 Graminhais 2 (20.96km): Lukyanuk/Arnautov (Ford Fiesta R5)
SS16 Tronqueira 2 (21.71km): Moura/Costa (Ford Fiesta R5)

Recent winners:
2016: Ricardo Moura/Antonio Costa (Ford Fiesta R5)
2015: Craig Breen/Scott Martin (Peugeot 208 T16)
2014: Bernardo Sousa/Hugo Magalhaes (Ford Fiesta RRC)
2013: Jan Kopecky/Pavel Dresler (Skoda Fabia S2000)
2012: Andreas Mikkelsen/Ola Floene (Skoda Fabia S2000)
2011: Juho Hanninen/Mikko Markkula (Skoda Fabia S2000)
2010: Bruno Magalhaes/Carlos Magalhaes (Peugeot 207 S2000)
2009: Kris Meeke/Paul Nagle (Peugeot 207 S2000)
2008: Bruno Magalhaes/Carlos Magalhaes (Peugeot 207 S2000)
2007: Fernando Peres/Jose Pedro Silva (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX)

ENDS

More information:
Rui Anjos, press and communication officer, Azores Airlines Rallye
Mobile: +351 962275549, Email: rui.anjos@azoresrallye.com
www.azoresrallye.com

Ricardo Moura-2

Ricardo Moura

Wojciech Chuchala

Wojciech Chuchala

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Diogo Gago

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Vitória no Azores Airlines Rallye para Ricardo Moura/ António Costa

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High drama as Kajetanowicz hits trouble on Azores Airlines Rallye

Azores Airlines Rallye leg two midday report: 4 June 2016

Alexey Lukyanuk is on course to claim a debut win on the Azores Airlines Rallye following a dramatic start to leg two this morning. Kajetan Kajetanowicz, the reigning European champion, was 9.8s behind Lukyanuk at the overnight halt in Ponta Delgada, but a broken driveshaft on today’s opening test, Graminhais, has hit his hopes of victory and handed Lukyanuk a gilt-edged opportunity to triumph in the mid-Atlantic.

“It’s a broken front-left driveshaft so we have only two-wheel drive and it’s hard to drive like this,” said Kajetanowicz. “We have no idea how it happened. Now we have a service and I am sure the car will be okay after that.”

Kajetanowicz’s delay handed Lukyanuk a 43-second lead heading to SS12, Tronqueira, where the Russian spun his Ford Fiesta R5. Despite the scare, he still managed to keep his advantage over new second-placed driver, the local hero Ricardo Moura, who was fastest on SS12 in his similar Fiesta and is 25.3s behind in the overall standings.

“It was something wrong with the pacenotes,” said Lukyanuk. “Maybe I heard them wrong or they were called wrong, but I had a spin and I lost a lot of time. It’s really tricky and slippery in places so we had to be careful. It’s a big shame for Kajto because it was a great fight and I’m sorry for him. Normally I sleep like a baby on rallies but for the last three nights I’ve not been sleeping well. But now I need to get to the finish.”

With Kajetanowicz haemorrhaging more time through stages 12 and 13, the Grupo Marques superspecial, the Pole is currently 3m33.5s off the lead in third place following Ralfs Sirmacis’ exit. The young Latvian had taken advantage of Kajetanowicz’s woes to move into third only to break his Skoda Fabia’s steering on SS12 and retire. Jaroslav Orsak is currently fourth with Pedro Meireles fifth and David Botka sixth.

There was also drama in ERC Junior when overnight leader Marijan Griebel crashed out two kilometres from the finish of stage 12. It means Portuguese driver Diogo Gago, who had wrestled first place from Griebel on SS11, leads the category from Chris Ingram.

In the battle for honours in the ERC2 category, Wojciech Chuchala had slashed Ruben Rodrigues’ overnight advantage of 1m12.7s to 13.6s after SS13 thanks to a charging display in his Subaru. Chuchala had been pulling clear in the showroom division when a puncture dropped him back on Friday afternoon. Juan Carlos Alonso, who has travelled to the Azores from Argentina, completed SS12 third in class, albeit with damage to his Mitsubishi Lancer following contact with a bank, which he repaired at the stage finish.

Three stages remain on the 51st running of the Azores Airlines Rallye, a counting round of the European, Portuguese and Azorean championships. Following service in Ponta Delgada, where Kajetanowicz’s LOTOS Rally Team will be hard at work to restore its Fiesta to full working order, the competitive action resumes with the 13.37-kilometre Vila Franca Sao Bras stage from 15h17 local time. The finish is scheduled at 19h10.

Stage times and results:
http://www.azoresrallye.com/results-2016-2/

Stage winners:
SS1 Batalha (7.27km): Kajetanowicz/Baran (Ford Fiesta R5)
SS2 Solucoes M (7.08km): Moura/Costa (Ford Fiesta R5)
SS3 Vila Franca Sao Bras 1 (13.47km): Lukyanuk/Arnautov (Ford Fiesta R5)
SS4 Grupo Marques SSS 1 (3.95km): Sirmacis/Simins (Skoda Fabia R5)
SS5 Pico da Pedra Golfe 1 (7.42km): Lukyanuk/Arnautov (Ford Fiesta R5)
SS6 Feteiras Meo 1 (15.26km): Kajetanowicz/Baran (Ford Fiesta R5)
SS7 Sete Cidades 1 (25.62km): Kajetanowicz/Baran (Ford Fiesta R5)
SS8 Pico da Pedra Golfe 2 (7.42km): Lukyanuk/Arnautov (Ford Fiesta R5)
SS9 Feteiras Meo 2 (15.26km): Lukyanuk/Arnautov (Ford Fiesta R5)
SS10 Sete Cidades 2 (25.62km): Lukyanuk/Arnautov (Ford Fiesta R5)
SS11 Graminhais 1 (20.96km): Lukyanuk/Arnautov (Ford Fiesta R5)
SS12 Tronqueira 1 (21.71km): Moura/Costa (Ford Fiesta R5)
SS13 Grupo Marques SSS 2 (3.95km): Lukyanuk/Arnautov (Ford Fiesta R5)

ENDS

More information:
Rui Anjos, press and communication officer, Azores Airlines Rallye
Mobile: +351 962275549, Email: rui.anjos@azoresrallye.com
www.azoresrallye.com

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Alexey Lukyanuk

Diogo Gago

Diogo Gago

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Kajetan Kajetanowicz

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Sexta-feira, 3 de Junho de 2016

Drama for Kajetanowicz, Lukyanuk leads Azores Airlines Rallye

 

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Drama for Kajetanowicz, Lukyanuk leads Azores Airlines Rallye

Azores Airlines Rallye leg one, section two report: 3 June 2016

Alexey Lukyanuk will start the final day of the Azores Airlines Rallye leading the spectacular gravel event by 9.8s following a thrilling battle for victory with European champion Kajetan Kajetanowicz.

Overnight leader Kajetanowicz, from Poland, was still in front at midday service in Ponta Delgada but had no answer to chief rival Lukyanuk during the afternoon, with the Russian fastest on all three timed tests to demote the Pole into second place with six stages remaining on Saturday.

Kajetanowicz started the spectacular day-closing Sete Cidades stage leading by 6.7s. However, contact with an earth bank damaged the suspension geometry on his Ford Fiesta R5. He lost 16.5s and the rally lead to Lukyanuk, who has vowed to push flat out on leg two as he bids to cancel out his lack of stage knowledge.

“The stages are slippery like hell tomorrow and I’m not as confident in those stages because they are new stages for me and you need experience,” said Lukyanuk, who is competing in the Azores for the first time.

Despite his time loss on Friday’s final stage, Kajetanowicz was still upbeat having taken two fastest times this morning. “We hit a bank and the geometry was not correct but it’s been a good day getting experience in the fog,” he said.

Home hero Ricardo Moura is on course for achieving his target of a podium finish in his Fiesta by outpacing Latvian youngster Ralfs Sirmacis. Moura’s advantage is 24.3s over the Skoda Fabia driver ahead of the final day’s action. “I pushed a little bit and gained a margin to Ralfs but Alexey is going very fast and we can’t match that unless we take enormous risks,” said Moura. “Our aim is for the podium and now we are on the podium.”

Pedro Meireles is fifth overnight with Jose Pedro Fontes sixth and David Botka seventh. Jaroslav Orsak is eighth despite his all-new Fiesta R5 being troubled by a turbo fault. Raul Jeets is ninth, Antonin Tlustak 10th and Luis Rego P11.

Wojciech Chuchala was 44.7s in front in the ERC2 category heading to Sete Cidades only for a puncture to wreck his hopes of class victory. The Subaru driver’s misfortune has handed first place to Ruben Rodrigues by more than one minute.

Opel driver Chris Ingram was building his advantage in ERC Junior when a puncture on stage nine dropped him down to third and promoted Portuguese Peugeot driver Diogo Gago into top spot by 3.5s ahead of Marijan Griebel. But Griebel had the edge over Gago in Sete Cidades and now leads the division by 4.5s in his Opel. “I push hard but ERC Junior is always like this and sometimes it’s difficult to drive a lot of kilometres flat out,” Gago said afterwards. A dejected Ingram, who is 25.8s off the pace at the overnight halt, added: “I don’t know what happened but at least I showed my pace today.”

Saturday’s final leg consists of six special stages over a competitive distance of 102.76 kilometres. The 20.96-kilometre Graminhais is up first at 10h16 local time. The finish in Ponta Delgada is scheduled for 19h10.

Stage times and results:

http://www.azoresrallye.com/results-2016-2/

Stage winners:

SS1 Batalha (7.27km): Kajetanowicz/Baran (Ford Fiesta R5)

SS2 Solucoes M (7.08km): Moura/Costa (Ford Fiesta R5)

SS3 Vila Franca Sao Bras 1 (13.47km): Lukyanuk/Arnautov (Ford Fiesta R5)

SS4 Grupo Marques SSS 1 (3.95km): Sirmacis/Simins (Skoda Fabia R5)

SS5 Pico da Pedra Golfe 1 (7.42km): Lukyanuk/Arnautov (Ford Fiesta R5)

SS6 Feteiras Meo 1 (15.26km): Kajetanowicz/Baran (Ford Fiesta R5)

SS7 Sete Cidades 1 (25.62km): Kajetanowicz/Baran (Ford Fiesta R5)

SS8 Pico da Pedra Golfe 2 (7.42km): Lukyanuk/Arnautov (Ford Fiesta R5)

SS9 Feteiras Meo 2 (15.26km): Lukyanuk/Arnautov (Ford Fiesta R5)

SS10 Sete Cidades 2 (25.62km): Lukyanuk/Arnautov (Ford Fiesta R5)

ENDS

More information:

Rui Anjos, press and communication officer, Azores Airlines Rallye

Mobile: +351 962275549, Email: rui.anjos@azoresrallye.com

www.azoresrallye.com

 

 Alexey Lukyanuk-1Alexey Lukyanuk

 Ricardo Moura-1 Ricardo Moura

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Kajetanowicz and Lukyanuk in thrilling battle for Azores Airlines Rallye victory

  Kajetanowicz and Lukyanuk in thrilling battle for Azores Airlines Rallye victory


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Kajetanowicz and Lukyanuk in thrilling battle for Azores Airlines Rallye victory

Azores Airlines Rallye leg one, section two midday report: 3 June 2016

 

The battle for victory on the Azores Airlines Rallye has taken another exciting twist this morning with Kajetan Kajetanowicz and Alexey Lukyanuk locked in combat for first place on the combined European, Portuguese and Azorean championship event.

 

Lukyanuk, from Russia, was the first driver to make his move, winning Friday’s opening Pica da Pedra Golfe stage to climb from third to first in the overall standings. Poland’s Kajetanowicz, the overnight leader in his similar Ford Fiesta R5, hit back with the quickest time through Feteiras Meo to reclaim the lead. And it got better for the reigning European champion when he won the legendary Sete Cidades stage along the rim of a volcanic crater, to open up an advantage of 12.2s heading to midday service in Ponta Delgada.

 

“That was an incredible stage, it’s beautiful,” said Kajetanowicz following the fog-hit 25.62-kilometre test. “There was not much fog for me but the grip was changing all the time and you have to read road but it’s impossible because no part of the road looks the same. I am happy to be here because there are a lot of places where you can finish the rally.”

 

Ralfs Sirmacs was second overnight, 1.0s behind Kajetanowicz, but a cautious approach from the youngster in the difficult conditions, means the Latvian Skoda Fabia R5 driver is fourth overall, 17.1s behind new third-placed man Ricardo Moura, the leading driver of the Azores in a Fiesta R5.

 

Pedro Meireles and Jose Pedro Fontes are fifth and sixth after this morning’s opening three stages with David Botka, Jaroslav Orsak and Antonin Tlustak next up. Miguel Barbosa, who is running first on the road, is P10 with Luis Rego one place beind despite a front-left puncture in Sete Cidades. Joao Barros was sixth when he crashed on SS7.

 

Friday morning’s three stages will now be repeated in the afternoon with the second running of Pico da Pedra Golfe due to begin at 14h47 local time.

 

Stage times and results:

http://www.azoresrallye.com/results-2016-2/

 

Stage winners:

SS1 Batalha (7.27km): Kajetanowicz/Baran (Ford Fiesta R5)

SS2 Solucoes M (7.08km): Moura/Costa (Ford Fiesta R5)

SS3 Vila Franca Sao Bras 1 (13.47km): Lukyanuk/Arnautov (Ford Fiesta R5)

SS4 Grupo Marques SSS 1 (3.95km): Sirmacis/Simins (Skoda Fabia R5)

SS5 Pico da Pedra Golfe 1 (7.42km): Lukyanuk/Arnautov (Ford Fiesta R5)

SS6 Feteiras Meo (15.26km): Kajetanowicz/Baran (Ford Fiesta R5)

SS7 Sete Cidades (25.62km): Kajetanowicz/Baran (Ford Fiesta R5)

 

 Kajetan Kajetanowicz-1

 Kajetan Kajetanowicz

 

 


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Kajetanowicz leads Azores Airlines Rallye by one second!

Kajetanowicz leads Azores Airlines Rallye by one second!

Azores Airlines Rallye leg one section one report: 2 June 2016

Kajetan Kajetanowicz leads the Azores Airlines Rallye at the completion of leg one, section one following an action-packed day on the island of Sao Miguel.

With four different winners from four stages and 1.0s separating the first two drivers in the provisional standings, the 51st running of the spectacular event on the mid-Atlantic archipelago is shaping up to be another epic with 12 stages remaining.

Following the City Show demonstration event in Ponta Delgada on Wednesday evening, the serious competition began on Thursday morning with the 3.12-kilometre Qualifying Stage. Alexey Lukyanuk was fastest and got the pick of the road positions, selecting 15th for Thursday’s four timed tests in an effort to capitalise on a road surface swept clean of loose surface gravel by his rivals running further up the order.

However, it proved a tough start for Azores Airlines Rallye debutant Lukyanuk when he slid wide into a bank on a left-hander on SS1 and bent the right-rear suspension of his Fiesta in the process. There were no such problems for Kajetanowicz, who was quickest on SS1 in his similar Ford Fiesta R5, before Lukyanuk hit back with the best time on SS3 following rapid repairs by the roadside.

Local hero Ricardo Moura took the lead from Kajetanowicz after winning SS2. However, a hesitant run through SS3 cost him valuable seconds and he slipped back to second in the overall standings with Ralfs Sirmacis third and Lukyanuk fourth heading to the Grupo Marques superspecial where heavy rain made conditions treacherous.

Latvian Sirmacis was fastest through the stage in his Skoda Fabia R5 and took advantage of grip issues for Kajetanowicz to cut the Pole’s advantage to 1.0s, while Moura and Lukyanuk both reported problems: Moura struggled for grip on his harder compound tyres, while Lukyanuk bumped the rear of his Fiesta against a bank.

“It was tricky and hard to drive through that final stage when the tyres have lost their grip,” said Kajetanowicz, the reigning ERC champion, who was running P12 on the road. “It’s been a short but hard day and difficult for us but this is life, this is rally.”

Moura, who arrived back in Ponta Delgada this evening 10.5s behind Kajetanowicz in fourth overall, said: “The first two stages were good for me but my driving was not good on the third. In the last stage I was on the harder tyre and in the rain I took no risks to go home safely. Let’s see what happens tomorrow.”

David Botka is fifth overnight, Antonin Tlustak sixth, Fernando Peres seventh, Pedro Meireles eighth, Joao Barros ninth followed by local driver Luis Rego, who was running first on the road on his debut in an R5 car following a successful career in production-based machinery. Wojciech Chuchala holds a comfortable advantage in the ERC2 category. After three stages, Marijan Griebel led Diogo Gago by 1.6s.

It’s proved a tough day for Portuguese championship leader Jose Pedro Fontes, who lost time with a down-on-power engine in his Citroen. Jaroslav Orsak suffered a front-left puncture on SS1, where Raul Jeets and Jaroslaw Koltun both picked up minor bodywork damage due to contact. ERC newcomer Frank Tore Larsen was sixth overall when he went off the road on SS3.

Leg one resumes on Friday with the first of six stages, Pico de Pedra Golfe, scheduled to begin at 10h45 local time.

Stage times and results:
http://www.azoresrallye.com/results-2016-2/

Stage winners:
SS1 Batalha (15h57): Kajetanowicz/Baran (Ford Fiesta R5)
SS2 Solucoes M (16h20): Moura/Costa (Ford Fiesta R5)
SS3 Vila Franca Sao Bras 1 (17h05): Lukyanuk/Arnautov (Ford Fiesta R5)
SS4 Grupo Marques SSS 1 (18h02): Sirmacis/Simins (Skoda Fabia R5)

ENDS

More information:
Rui Anjos, press and communication officer, Azores Airlines Rallye
Mobile: +351 962275549, Email: rui.anjos@azoresrallye.com
www.azoresrallye.com

Kajetan Kajetanowicz

Kajetan Kajetanowicz

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