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Apr 04

Second practice in the books season opener April 18

macon_logo (800x428)     MACON, Ill. – With bright sunny skies Saturday afternoon nearly 40 competitors brought their race cars out to the mighty Macon Speedway. The speedway was open for the second and final test and tune before the season opening Spring Fling on Saturday April 18.

Most drivers used the time to shake the cobwebs off from the long winter break. Others used the time to get the feel for their brand new race cars. All of the drivers are excited for the new season and have high hopes of taking home cash and trophies this racing season.

On the card for opening night will be CEFCU Kids Club with Pro Late Models, Sportsman, Modifieds, Street Stocks, Hornets and the Quick Car Touring Series. Gates open at 5pm with racing starting at 7pm. General Admission $12 Adults, Children 11 and under are FREE.

For more information, follow Macon Speedway at (www.maconracing.com), Facebook  (www.facebook.com/maconracing) and Twitter (@maconspeedway). It’s easy to join the Macon Speedway text service. Fans can text MSFANS to 74574 to receive fan information. Drivers text MSDRIVERS to 74574 to receive driver information. Message and data rates may apply. Updates are also available by calling Macon Speedway at 217-764-3000 or Track Enterprises at 217-764-3200. Macon Speedway is located nine miles south of Decatur on U.S. 51, then 0.6 miles west on Andrews Street and south to 205 N. Wiles. Macon Speedway hosts racing every Saturday night.

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Apr 04

Macon Speedway Prepares For Final Pre-Season Test & Tune

(Macon, IL – April 2, 2015) Racing teams are biting at the bit to get the 2015-racing season underway at Macon Speedway.  With the opener fast approaching Saturday, April 18, drivers and crews have a final chance to shake down their rides this coming Saturday at the central Illinois dirt track.

A number of drivers took advantage of track time last Sunday, March 29, despite cold and damp conditions.  Nearly 30 competitors were on the premises shaking down Late Models, Modifieds, Mini Sprints, Street Stocks, Hornets, and other machines.  Some of those same teams, plus some additional rides are expected to be on hand for the final test date.

Pit gates open this Saturday, April 4 at 11:00 with practice running from 12:00-4:00.  Pit admission is $20 for adults and children 11 & under are $10.  Grandstand admission is free.

The opener for the 70th anniversary season of racing at Macon Speedway is set for Saturday, April 18.  Pro Late Models, Modifieds, Street Stocks, Sportsman, and Hornets are on the card.  Pits will open at 4:00, grandstands at 5:00, and racing action at 7:00.

For further info, visit maconracing.com and like the Macon Speedway page on Facebook.

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Mar 29

Drivers Brave Cold For Macon Speedway Test & Tune

IMG_0605(Macon, IL – March 29, 2015) Despite a period of light rainfall, cloudy skies, and temperatures in the 40’s, nearly 30 teams came out for the first on-track action at Macon Speedway, this past Sunday, March 29.

A number of fans, checking out the action, got to see some pretty good on track runs from a handful of Pro Late Models in attendance.  Mini Sprints, Modifieds, Street Stocks, and Outlaw Hornets were also represented.IMG_0597

One more open practice is scheduled for Saturday, April 4. Pits open at 11:00 with practice from 12:00-4:00. All divisions are welcome.

The 2015 8th Annual Spring Fling Season Opener is scheduled for Saturday, April 18.

For full info, visit maconracing.com.

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Mar 27

Car Show & Practice On For This Weekend!

macon_logo (800x428)The Chevrolet Hall of Fame Museum and Macon Speedway have partnered up to bring you an amazing car show to kick off the 2015 racing season. The car show will take place at The Chevrolet Hall Of Fame Museum on Rt. 36 East in Decatur, IL on Saturday, March 28 starting at 11 a.m. and lasting until 4 p.m. Come and see all the same cars that race at Macon Speedway each and every Saturday night throughout the summer and check out the two-seater Macon Speedway show car. Join us as we check out all the cars that will be kicking off the season at Macon Speedway at the Sixth Annual Spring Fling Season Opener on April 18.

With the 2015 season fast approaching, speedway officials have released the two dates scheduled for practice. The first one will be Sunday, March 29 and the second on Saturday, April 4. Both days gates open at 11am with track time scheduled for 12pm-4pm. Pit admission is $20 for Adults and $10 for children 11 and under. General admission is FREE with popcorn, Hot Dogs, and Drinks available in the concession stand.

For more information, follow Macon Speedway at (www.maconracing.com), Facebook  (www.facebook.com/maconracing) and Twitter (@maconspeedway). It’s easy to join the Macon Speedway text service. Fans can text MSFANS to 74574 to receive fan information. Drivers text MSDRIVERS to 74574 to receive driver information. Message and data rates may apply. Updates are also available by calling Macon Speedway at 217-764-3000 or Track Enterprises at 217-764-3200. Macon Speedway is located nine miles south of Decatur on U.S. 51, then 0.6 miles west on Andrews Street and south to 205 N. Wiles. Macon Speedway hosts racing every Saturday night.

 

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Mar 24

MACON SPEEDWAY GEARS UP FOR 2015 WITH ANNUAL CAR SHOW

Chevrolet Hall of Fame Car Show flier 2015Presented by Chevrolet Hall of Fame Museum

The Chevrolet Hall of Fame Museum and Macon Speedway have partnered up to bring you an amazing car show to kick off the 2015 racing season. The car show will take place at The Chevrolet Hall Of Fame Museum on Rt. 36 East in Decatur, IL on Saturday, March 28 starting at 11 a.m. and lasting until 4 p.m. Come and see all the same cars that race at Macon Speedway each and every Saturday night throughout the summer and check out the two-seater Macon Speedway show car. Join us as we check out all the cars that will be kicking off the season at Macon Speedway at the Sixth Annual Spring Fling Season Opener on April 18.

Macon Speedway’s season opener will feature Quick Car Pro Late Models, UMP Modifieds, Sportsman, Street Stock Big 10 Series, and Outlaw Hornets. Pit gates open at 4 p.m., grandstands at 5 p.m. and the 2015 season will kick off at 7 p.m. The winter is heading out, and the temperature is warming up, so bring your friends and family out to the track to help us kick off the racing season!

Macon Speedway is located 9 miles south of Decatur, IL on US 51 then .6 miles west on Andrews Street, then south on Wiles.

Racing Every Saturday Night!

For information, call 217-764-3000. Visit www.maconracing.com  or www.trackenterprises.com for a complete 2015 Race schedule and additional information. For quick convenient updates, follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/maconracing and Twitter @maconspeedway or text MSFANS to 74574

Racing Every Saturday Night!
Racing Every Saturday Night!

 

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Mar 23

Music City Next ARCA Adventure For The ‘Sargent’

Special From ARCA…

(TOLEDO, Ohio – March 23, 2015) – Track Enterprises CEO/President Bob Sargent usually hustles through the ARCA garage with two or three radios in his hand, talking on one, listening on the other. ARCA officials could be in one ear with his track prep guys in the other…possibly safety crews on another channel. His cell phone is usually ringing too. He probably didn’t get much sleep the night before.

Such is the life of a race event/track promoter with a lot on his plate. Case in point: the weekend of the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards race at the Illinois State Fairgrounds in Springfield.

“It’s all about preparation and getting ahead of it,” Sargent said. “On Friday night, weekend of Springfield, we put on the POWRi Midget race in Lincoln (Ill.). Saturday, it’s at the track (Illinois State Fairgrounds) at 5:00 a.m. for the Silver Crown race. We leave Springfield at approximately 5:00 (p.m.) and hustle over to Macon (Speedway) for the POWRi Midget show. Back to Springfield at 4:00 a.m. Sunday for the ARCA race.”

Reading between the lines, there’s not a lot of sleep in the aforementioned equation…sometimes, none.
Bob Sargent candid at Springfield“That part (sleep) doesn’t really bother me. I don’t think about it. I have the attitude of whatever it takes to put on a great event, and take a lot of satisfaction when it all comes together like it should. It’s my competitiveness, similar to a driver’s. I want to win, and winning for me means a full grandstands and putting on good races for the spectators…it drives me more than money. I know people may have a hard time believing that, but putting on a good show for the people who buy the tickets is what drives me.”

For Sargent, the drive goes way back to his high school and college football days. Born and raised in Macon, Illinois – he still lives there – Sargent played football all the way through high school, and well enough to get a full scholarship to Southeast Missouri State where he was a first-string outside linebacker, ready and willing to mow down any poor soul who breached his territory.

“During my senior year, I was trying to decide if I was going to pursue a pro NFL football career or head in some other direction. I went to the owner of Macon Speedway – I had already been working there in the summers since I was 14 – to see if I could work out a deal to lease out the beer sales for the summer; then go play football. He said, ‘No…why don’t you take the whole thing?’ I was 20 years old. I did a lease-deal with him the first year; then I went and bought it. I’ve had it since I was 20…I’ve been in this business for over 30 years now. That’s a long time in this industry.”

Despite taking on Macon Speedway barely beyond his teenage years, he also returned to Southeast Missouri State to finish his education, graduating with a Bachelor’s degree in Marketing and Management.

In addition to promoting races at Macon Speedway and Paducah Int’l Raceway for decades, Sargent, on this particular day, had his hands full with track preparations at the Terre Haute Action Track, which he also manages. This year alone, he will also promote both ARCA races at the Illinois State Fairgrounds and the DuQuoin State Fairgrounds, the race at Lucas Oil Raceway, and the next event on tour – the Nashville ARCA 200 at Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville Saturday, April 11.

“I’m extremely excited about the ARCA race at Nashville. I’ve been fortunate enough to work with ARCA at several great venues (Sargent has promoted the ARCA races at Springfield and DuQuoin for 21 years), and this one coming up in Nashville is just going to add to that. This has all the ingredients for an annual, successful event…the history of the track…the facility is beautifully laid out…everything about this event is right. It’s a great venue for the race teams. Nashville is a growing, booming community…I’m really excited about this one.”

Looking into the crystal ball, Sargent feels like he’s got a lot to be excited about.

“I see a lot of bright spots in this industry that we weren’t seeing so much over the last five years…through the tough times. But I’m looking forward to the future. I believe we’re heading into a growth period for a very long time.”

Looking back, Sargent has no regrets regarding the direction he ultimately took.

“I don’t regret it at all. If I would have stayed with football, I think I could have given them a run for their money. I might have been an inch too short and a step too slow, but I believe I could have made it had I chosen that route. A good buddy of mine, who played at my level…I’d say we were equal in ability…he went on to play for the Jets for years, but, at the time, I had my reasons for going the direction I took.”Springfield Mile Dirt grid shot

No matter the direction Sargent went, or goes, success is sure to follow. The 2015 season will mark his 22nd second year promoting State Fair race events at Springfield and DuQuoin.

“I actually went to the State Fair board to see about promoting races there. I had already brought a late model show on my own, and Bill Oldani (previous promoter) was getting ready to retire, so the board asked me if I wanted to do it all, so I did. “

In addition to promoting weekly racing at Macon and Paducah, which he now co-owns in combination with Ken Schrader, Tony Stewart and Kenny Wallace, he’s promoted, at one time or another, race events with ARCA, IMCA, NASCAR, World of Outlaws, Monster Trucks, AMA Motorcycles and more. And no matter what one promotes, based on the ups and downs of the economy, weather and any number of outside, uncontrollable mitigating factors, there is plenty of risk that goes with the territory.

“I don’t worry about the risk. If there’s a way to gauge it, I’m not sure what that is anyway. I don’t feel any part of risk in my make-up. My strategy is to work as hard as I can at each event, and let it fall where it does. I don’t get nervous over it…I don’t lay awake at night worrying about it. I really think it comes back to my competitive nature. It doesn’t bother me.

Bob Sargent candid at DuQuoin“I’m very fortunate. I’ve had a lot of great help and I’ve had a lot of support from a lot of friends and family. I’m fortunate to have some great friends in the industry…NASCAR, ARCA…I consider it all part of a family. I’ve got some really good people in place. I feel like we’re very well prepared. That’s the key to any good organization – having good people everywhere. Organization and time management…that’s what it’s all about.”

Sargent sees no retirement in his near future.

“I don’t see that retirement light coming. I have no plans for an end to this. The only light I’m seeing are bright spots in the economy and what I think is coming. I can’t say we’re ever going to get back to like it was in its heyday…back in the 80’s, but I like the signs I’m seeing. I’m always looking for the next event. I’m associated with way too many good people in this industry to ever give it up. I don’t know what else I’d do.”

Sargent is a longtime friend and business partner of racing legend Ken Schrader.

“We (Sargent and Schrader) probably talk every day, sometimes a couple times a day. We’re fortunate that we have a lot of things in common. He’s raced about everything there is to race, and it seems like I’ve promoted just about everything…at this level. We have so many disciplines to talk about in this sport. We’re both involved now with so many aspects of the industry. And now that he’s on the promoting side of it, we can talk about the business side too.”

By Don Radebaugh, dradebaugh@arcaracing.com

Nashville ARCA 200 next
On-track activities for the 24th Nashville ARCA 200 begin Saturday, April 11 with the first practice session from 12:15-1:00 p.m., followed by the second and final practice session from 1:45-2:30. Menards Pole Qualifying presented by Ansell will take place at 5:00 Saturday afternoon. The Nashville ARCA 200 is set to start at 8:00.

Southern Super Series late models to join ARCA
Raceday will also include the Southern Super Series as a companion race to the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards. The addition of the super late model tour adds a 100-lap Southern Super Series presented by Sunoco race at 6:00 before the ARCA cars and stars take center stage for the grand finale.

For more on the Nashville ARCA 200, visit FairgroundsSpeedwayNashville.com or TrackEnterprises.com.

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Mar 19

Macon Speedway unveils exciting schedule for 2015

macon_logo        MACON, Ill. – Fasten your seat belts. Macon Speedway is ready to drop the green flag on its 70th season of racing by adding a new division to its regular racing and new dates for special touring shows.  The historic fifth-mile high-banked dirt oval will host two premier late model programs and also host six nights of racing with the POWRi midgets, including a July 3-4 doubleheader with the fastest rising open wheel racing series in the country. The racing season starts April 18. Big Ten Series will also return for the super late models and street stocks, and the inaugural Big Ten Series pro late models will also crown a champion in 2015.

For the second consecutive season, the St. Louis U-Pic-A-Part 100 joins the Herald& Review 100 as high profile dates for super late models. After the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series made its first appearance last spring with rising star Bobby Pierce Jr. taking the victory, the St. Louis U-Pic-A-Part 100 will return on Thursday, April 30. The series is considered the top national tour for late models. When the weather heats up, everyone looks forward to the big traditional race at Macon Speedway. The Herald & Review 100 is set for July 9, when the UMP Summernational rolls into Macon Speedway as the state’s best drivers battle with national stars and local hot shoes.

POWRi midgets remind fans of Macon Speedway’s first season in 1946, when midgets were the star attraction. The open-wheelers love these smooth, high banked corners and always provide a fabulous show. The POWRi midgets make appearances on April 25, May 16, June 6 and Aug. 22, but the highlight is the July 3-4 doubleheader when POWRi turns the holiday weekend into a racing spectacular. The non-wing weekend also features a mini-sprint spectactular.

NASCAR Night of Stars is set for May 25. Drivers will be announced at a later date.

Since opening just after World War II, Macon Speedway became a fan favorite for its wheel-to-wheel, dirt-slinging and sideways action that brings fans to their feet with UMP super late models, Billingsley Towing UMP modifieds, UMP sportsman, UMP street stocks, UMP hornets, sprint cars, POWRi midgets and mini-sprints. The speedway will also run UMP pro late models as a regular class and build upon the first season with the B-modified class from a year ago. These newer divisions are designed to control costs for racers while also generating close, exciting racing for the fans.

Macon Speedway also hosts the Midwest Big Ten Series for super late models, pro late models and street stocks. The season-within-a-season has racers running for a points championship in events held at Macon Speedway plus race tracks at Jacksonville, Lincoln, Taylorville, Quincy and Belleville.

The action-packed, in-your-face racing excitement is just some of the fun. Combined with the CEFCU Kid’s Club on six nights, fireworks and a monster truck show, Macon Speedway has something for the entire family. Stay tuned for updates as the promotions continue to build. Racing runs every Saturday night through Sept. 26. Gates open at 5 p.m. and racing starts at 7.

Macon Speedway is located nine miles south of Decatur on U.S. 51, then 0.6 miles west on Andrews Street, then south to 205 N. Wiles. Macon Speedway hosts racing every Saturday night, plus many weeknight specials. For more information, follow Macon Speedway at (www.maconracing.com), Facebook  (www.facebook.com/maconracing) and Twitter (@maconspeedway). It’s easy to join the Macon Speedway Text service. Fans can text MSFANS to 74574 to receive fan information. Drivers text MSDRIVERS to 74574 to receive driver information. Message and data rates may apply.

 

2015 Macon Speedway schedule

March 29 – Open Test and Tune practice (noon-4 p.m.)

April 4 – Open Test and Tune practice (noon-4 p.m.)

April 18 – 8th annual Spring Fling/Driver-Sponsor Appreciation Night with photos/autographs/CEFCU Kid’s Club/Quick CAR

April 25 – POWRi midgets and micros/Full weekly racing

April 30 – St. Louis U-Pic-A-Part 100/Lucas Oil Late Models

May 2 – Bud Light Ladies Night/Cinco de Mayo Fiesta Night

May 9 – Teacher Appreciation Night, presented by The Teacher’s Lounge/Mother Dear-plus Crazy Chics in Cars

May 16 – DynaGraphics Fast Impressions Night/POWRi midgets and micros

May 23 – Bob Brady Dodge Raminator Night/CEFCU Kid’s Club/Scout Night/Pinewood Derby 1 p.m.

May 25 – Memorial Day racing special

May 30 – Casey’s General Stores Night/Armed Forces Night

June 6 – IHOP Night/Faster Pastor/POWRi midgets and micros

June 13 – Mueller Distributing Miller Lite Beer Twin 50’s/LM 50 laps & Mod 50 laps

June 20 – Heinkel’s Three Dog Night/Bud Light Ladies Night

June 27 – 95Q Firecracker 40’s/Late Model and Modified/Fireworks/Kid’s Club

July 3 – POWRi midgets and micros

July 4 – POWRi midgets and micros/Skeff Distributing Christmas in July Toy Drive

July 9 – Herald & Review 100/UMP Summernationals

July 11 – Miles Chevrolet Fireman’s Ball/Sportsman Topless 40/Bud Light Ladies Night

July 18 – Kid’s Castle Night/Hall of Fame Driver Reunion/CEFCU Kid’s Club

July 25 – MOWA Sprint Week

Aug. 1 – Taylorville Night/CEFCU Kid’s Club

Aug. 8 – No stock car racing/Go Karts

Aug. 15 – Shrine 50/Pro Late Models/Evening of Destruction/Fireworks

Aug. 22 – POWRi midgets and micros

Aug. 29 – 11th annaual Illinois State Street Stocks Championships/Griz FM 98.1 Fan Appreciation Night

Sept. 5 – Bud Light Ladies Night (championship)

Sept. 12 – Full weekly racing

Sept. 19 – Hornet World Championship/CEFCU Kid’s Club

Sept. 26 – Full weekly racing

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Mar 17

Non Winged Classic Announced For July 3 & 4 Weekend

Non Wing Micro Pic     MACON, Ill. – Two days of Non Winged Micro racing have been added to the heavy hitting Independence Day weekend at Macon Speedway. The July 3 & 4 event will highlight the POWRI Lucas Oil National Midget Series and Speedway Motors Outlaw Micros. Originally built as a midget track in 1946, the legendary fifth-mile high banked dirt oval always puts on a great show when the midgets and micros roll onto the track.

Paul Shelton has been working behind the scenes to create a big 2 day event for those that like to run without the wings. “All the details about the Non Winged Classic are still being worked on.” Said Shelton, “but one thing that is for sure is your going to have a lot of racing with the event being tied to the POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget Series and Speedway Motors Outlaw Micros.”

For more information, follow Macon Speedway at (www.maconracing.com), Facebook  (www.facebook.com/maconracing) and Twitter (@maconspeedway). It’s easy to join the Macon Speedway text service. Fans can text MSFANS to 74574 to receive fan information. Drivers text MSDRIVERS to 74574 to receive driver information. Message and data rates may apply. Updates are also available by calling Macon Speedway at 217-764-3000 or Track Enterprises at 217-764-3200. Macon Speedway is located nine miles south of Decatur on U.S. 51, then 0.6 miles west on Andrews Street and south to 205 N. Wiles. Macon Speedway hosts racing every Saturday night.

Permanent link to this article: http://www.maconracing.com/2015/03/non-winged-classic-announced-for-july-3-4-weekend/

Mar 06

Macon Speedway preparing track for two practice days leading up to opener on April 18

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MACON, Ill. – With the 2015 season fast approaching, speedway officials have released the two dates scheduled for practice. The first one will be Sunday, March 29 and the second on Saturday, April 4. Both days gates open at 11am with track time scheduled for 12pm-4pm. Pit admission is $20 for Adults and $10 for children 11 and under. General admission is FREE with popcorn, Hot Dogs, and Drinks available in the concession stand.

Macon Speedway is gearing up for opening night April 18 featuring Modifieds, Street Stocks, Hornets, Pro Late Models and Sportsman. Front gates opens at 5pm, Racing starts at 7pm. General Admission $12, Children 11 and under are FREE. Pit pass will cost $30 Adults and $15 Children.

For more information, follow Macon Speedway at (www.maconracing.com), Facebook  (www.facebook.com/maconracing) and Twitter (@maconspeedway). It’s easy to join the Macon Speedway text service. Fans can text MSFANS to 74574 to receive fan information. Drivers text MSDRIVERS to 74574 to receive driver information. Message and data rates may apply. Updates are also available by calling Macon Speedway at 217-764-3000 or Track Enterprises at 217-764-3200. Macon Speedway is located nine miles south of Decatur on U.S. 51, then 0.6 miles west on Andrews Street and south to 205 N. Wiles. Macon Speedway hosts racing every Saturday night.

Permanent link to this article: http://www.maconracing.com/2015/03/2015-test-tune-dates/

Mar 04

Big Ten Series Street Stocks ready to roar after thrilling season a year ago

BIG TEN 2015 Street Stock

MACON, Ill. — After a thrilling season a year ago when Terry Reed held off Bobby Beiler for the Big Ten Series Street Stocks championship, Macon Speedway hosts five nights in the 10-race series in the 2015 season. A highly competitive series with a large car count last season, the street stocks are expected to bring the fans to their feet once again this season.

The Big Ten Series pays $1,000 to the champion from a $3,000 points fund with races also held at Jacksonville (Ill.) Speedway, Lincoln (Ill.) Speedway and Quincy (Ill.) Raceways. The series also makes a return trip to the Christian County Fair in Taylorville. Macon Speedway drivers dominated the standings a year ago, and local fans are ready to see if their favorite dirt track pilots can defend the track’s honor again this season.

Reed, of Decatur, grabbed the title on the final night last season when Beiler, of Blue Mound, had a difficult night. The standings are determined by compiling a driver’s top eight finishes among the 10-race series.

The series runs on the Macon Speedway season opener on April 18. The final race is Sept. 5 at Macon Speedway, where the street stocks love to trade paint on the classic fifth-mile high-banked dirt oval.

For more infomation, follow Macon Speedway online (www.maconracing.com), Facebook (www.facebook.com/maconracing) and Twitter (@maconspeedway). It’s easy to join the Macon Speedway text service. Fans can text MSFANS to 74574 to receive all fan info. Drivers can text MSDRIVERS to 72574 to get driver updates. Message and data rates may apply. Updates are also available by calling Macon Speedway at 217-764-3000. Macon Speedway is located nine miles south of Decatur on U.S. 51, then 0.6 miles west on Andrews Street and south to 205 N. Wiles.

Permanent link to this article: http://www.maconracing.com/2015/03/street-stock-big-10-series/

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