Primarily, the brainchild of Long Island sports promoters Larry Mendelsohn and Lou Figari, the All Star Stock Car Racing League sounded like the ultimate great promotional idea when it came out in 1967. A system was developed wherein various dirt and paved tracks each had a team of three drivers. A season would see a race at each of the tracks. The idea was to feature versatility, as some of the tracks were dirt and some were paved; some tracks were half - mile ovals and some were a fifth or quarter of a mile.

            Even in its inaugural season, this did not work quite as planned. The consistent Fonda team won handily, finishing well and showing up in most races. "Showing up" may be a misleading term, as it is likely most of the League members attended races but didn't qualify. The Flemington team was the worst, by far, never once having all three members in a race [even at Flemington].

           The League went along, ballooning to as many as ten teams in some years, but it was killed by the energy crisis of 1973. No one could afford to do that much traveling, and racing was even difficult to do at all in some areas. Besides, two of the most important men behind it died in 1974. But it was a grand experiment, and the guys had swell helmets that were their pride and joy. Richie Evans won the most races; Lou Lazzaro won the most titles, and Ron Narducci was on the most winning teams.

CLICK HERE TO GO TO A PAGE DEVOTED TO ALL STAR LEAGUE PROGRAMS


From Tom Ormsby
Ed Flemke's somewhat weathered All Star League helmet gives testimony to his long participation in the organization.

            Historian Andy Fusco writes: "In the early years, I saw well over half of the All-Star shows.  The 1967 and 1968 ones were good because the asphalt cars were still good enough on dirt and the dirt cars still good enough on asphalt, so that neither was embarrassed.   '69 and '70 were down years because of the growing divide with the cars, and getting the dirt guys to go to blacktop tracks and vice versa; but the League made a nice little resurgence in '71 and '72.  The dirt guys remained competitive then because most of them also had an asphalt car. The good asphalt guys struggled because their "dirt" car was usually just their backup asphalt car.  By the end when it became almost all blacktop tracks."

           Fearing that the All Star Stock Car Racing League was going to vanish into obscurity, Ken Parrotte has discussed it at the Lost Race Tracks Conference at the Saratoga Auto Museum. I have done a blog on the topic and decided to do this page. It should not slip away into the sunset as its former members pass on.


From One of the League Programs.
The Brain Trust


ASL Program
A former race driver and a very innovative
promoter, Larry had already put Islip Speedway
on the map by getting his demo derbies on
Wide World of Sports television. He was technically the League promoter.

ASL Program
Lou was the man behind the concessions in
places like Mendelsohn's Islip Speedway
and Fonda Speedway. He lent an air of
organization to the League, "League
Commissioner".

ASL Program
Big Bob O'Rourke, known to the
other two through Islip. was the
chief pit steward at all ASL shows.

ASL Program
Tim Sullivan was the fourth
cog in the ASL machinery
in the publicity wing.
 
empanoline
Jerry Fried showed up in some early
All Star League materials as a contributor.


Below is an oversized handout for the All Star League probably circulated at Fonda or Albany - Saratoga before July of 1967. Because of its size,
I couldn't  scan one side completely at a time. Each side is in halves. Click on each for larger view. [From my c ollection]

     


Ladabouche Collection - Probably Gater Racing News Photo
Buzzie Reutimann, the first or second year of the League.


Ladabouche Collection - Probably Gater Racing News Photo
Frankie Schneider, the first or second year of the League. It was somewhere he had to alter his number.

 


Ladabouche Collection - Probably Gater Racing News Photo
Leo Cleary, the second year of the League. Like Charland, he was proud enough to mention the League on his car.

1967 LEAGUE TEAMS AND THEIR FINISHING PLACES

TEAM NAME Driver Driver Driver Finish
Fonda Speedway Bill Wimble Ron Narducci Ernie Gahan 1.
Nazareth Speedway Frankie Schneider Will Cagle Bob Rossell 2.
Albany - Saratoga Speedway Rene Charland Pete Corey Ed Flemke 3.
Islip Speedway Fred Harbach Pat Moon Gil Hearne 4.
Orange County Speedway Buzzie Reutimann Bob Malzahn Pee Wee Griffin 5.
Riverside Park Speedway Danny Gallulo Bill Greco Jack LeCuyer 6.
Wall Stadium Don Stives Jackie McLaughlin Tommie Elliott 7.
Flemington Speedway Bob Vaughn Mike Grbac Jackie Hamilton 8.
         


Courtesy of the Lazzaro Family
All Star League
Poster - said to be 1967.


Courtesy of Jo Towns via Otto Graham
The Group photo at the Fonda All Star League race in 1967. The Fonda team is seen with Narducci and Wimble [2nd and 3rd from left upper row] and Gahan [far right in upper row]. Don't know what Corey did with his official helmet. True to form, this only shows 17 of the 24 League drivers.  [Below] The Fonda team got back together around 2006 at some speedway. No uniforms yet, apparently.


Source Unknown
Bill Wimble, Ron Narducci, and Ernie Gahan.


Source Unknown
Ernie Gahan, Bill Wimble, and Ron Narducci, at their last reunion in the 2000's.

       
Norty Foster Photo [left] and Roxanne Ladabouche Photo [right]
I got to know Bill Wimble well when he would visit Airborne Speedway yearly. I met Narducci at
the Saratoga conference in 2013. I never got to meet Gahan.


Courtesy of Mike Anop
The 1967 Riverside Park All Star League team - Danny Gallulo, Jack Lecuyer and Bill Greco [far right]. Also shown in Jerry Humiston.

An advertisement in Cavalcade of Auto Racing's 1967 magazine. I'm not quite sure what the deal is with Westboro, as it was not a member in 1967.

1968 LEAGUE TEAMS AND THEIR FINISHING PLACES

TEAM NAME Driver Driver Driver Finish
Fonda Speedway Lou Lazzaro Ron Narducci Dick Clark 1.
Albany - Saratoga Speedway Rene Charland Jerry Cook Andy Romano 2.
Nazareth Speedway Frankie Schneider Will Cagle Bob Rossell 3.
Flemington Speedway Dick Havens Whip Mulligan Stan Ploski 4.
Norwood Arena Bugs Stevens Leo Cleary Fred DeSarro 5.
Islip Speedway Fred Harbach Mousey Kempster George Peters 6.
Orange County Speedway Buzzie Reutimann Bob Malzahn Jackie Evans 7.
Wall Stadium Tommie Elliott Gil Hearne Bob Vaughn 8.
         


Courtesy of the Lazzaro Family
All Star League
Poster - said to be 1968.

 



1967 Champion
 

1968, 1971 Champion

1969 Champion

1970 Champion

1972 Champion



1973 Champion


THE HELMETS


Courtesy of the Romano Family

Andy Romano, with his All star League helmet.

 
Courtesy of Lou Lazzaro Family
Bob Malzahn's ASL helmet.
 
Courtesy of Richard Chatrand
Jean Guy Chartrand's
 ASL helmet.
 
Courtesy of Yankee 134
Rene Charland's
 ASL helmet.
 
HAMB Chat Site
Attributed to Frankie Schneider. Logical, since he ran
 the League extensvely.

Courtesy of Sam Barlow
Bugsy Stevens'
 ASL helmet.

Source Unknown
Charlie Jarzombeck's
well - used helmet.

Courtesy of Sam Barlow
Will Cagle's
 ASL helmet.

Courtesy of Lou Lazzaro
Lou Lazzaro's
 ASL helmet.

Courtesy of Lou Lazzaro
A different Lou Lazzaro
 ASL helmet. Trackstar
instead of McHal.

Courtesy of Lou Lazzaro
A different Lou Lazzaro
 ASL helmet. Trackstar
instead of McHal.
 
Courtesy of Don Diffendorf

Don Diffendorf's ASL helmet

Courtesy of Lou Lazarro
Mousey Kempster's ASL helmet
as displayed by Matt Dillner.


Courtesy of David Kilmartin
One of Buzzie Reutimann's ASL helmets. Not the first, which would have been a McHal.
 

              
Courtesy of Richard Chartrand

Guy Chartrand's ASL driver suit.


Courtesy of Don Diffendorf
Don Diffendorf displays his ASL helmet.


John Grady Photo
Billy Greco, at the Fonda All Star League show. The dirt on his car is a dead giveaway. Below - Greco, with another car he used in League races.




John Grady Photo from  Donn Cote Collection


Courtesy of Mike Anop
Billy Greco models a All Star League full face helmet. You don't see as many of those.

1969 LEAGUE TEAMS AND THEIR FINISHING PLACES

TEAM NAME Driver Driver Driver Finish
Nazareth Speedway Frankie Schneider Will Cagle Pee Wee Griffin 1.
Orange County Speedway Buzzie Reutimann Budd Olsen Leon Manchester 2.
Albany - Saratoga Speedway Rene Charland Jerry Cook Andy Romano 3.
Catamount Stadium Lou Lazzaro Ron Narducci Dick Clark 4.
Islip Speedway Fred Harbach Mousey Kempster Ron Schwendenman 5.
Stafford Springs Speedway Bugs Stevens Ed Flemke Bob Santos 6.
Norwood Arena Lou Austin Leo Cleary Fred DeSarro 7.
Flemington Speedway Joe Kelly Whip Mulligan Stan Ploski 8.
         

 
Walter Chernokal Photo
Schneider's sedan kind of stands out in this All Star League field at Dover in 1969.


Courtesy of  Mike Richards
A 1969 All Star League Poster


Ladabouche Photo
Gee, look at this thing ! The Roehrig brothers' 99 of Maynard Forrette was an early arrival for the 1972 All Star League show at
Catamount Stadium. Many of the young Catamount fans, used only the seeing late model sportsman cars, didn't know what to think of
a modified coupe. The team, with Kenny Platt as driver, had actually attended Catamount races in the period before the modifieds left for good in 1968.
Below - A better view of the Forrette car.

Lebanon Valley Classics

THE ORIGINAL 1967 ALL STAR LEAGUE LINEUP


Courtesy of Norm Vadnais
Bill Wimble,
Fonda Team
 

Ladabouche Collection
Ron Narducci,
Fonda Team

Ladabouche Collection
Ernie Gahan,
Fonda Team

Courtesy of Rick Parry
Frankie Schneider,
Flemington Team

Devil's Bowl Program
Will Cagle,
Flemington Team

Joe Cryan Photo
Bob Rossell,
Flemington Team

Courtesy of Mark Charland
Rene Charland,
Albany - Saratoga
Team
 

Frank Simek Photo
Pete Corey,
Albany - Saratoga
 Team

Source Unknown
Eddie Flemke,
Albany - Saratoga
 Team

Source Unknown
Fred Harbach
Islip Team

Jalopy Journal Forum
Pat Moon,
Islip Team

Courtesy of Mike Pa
Gil Hearne,
Islip Team

Courtesy of Ken Moeller
Pee Wee Griffin,
Orange County Team

 

From ebay
Bobby Malzahn,
Orange County Team

Courtesy of Ted Vogel
Buzzy Reutimann,
Orange County Team

Courtesy of Dave Dykes
Bill Greco,
Riverside Park Team
 

Courtesy of Otto Graham
Danny Gallulo,
Riverside Park Team

Source Unknown
Jack Lecuyer,
Riverside Park Team

 

CharlesTaylor Photo
Courtesy of Chip Graves

Don Stives [I think],
Wall Stadium Team

Charles Taylor Photo
Via Lee Taylor

Dan McLaughlin,
Wall Stadium Team

Courtesy of Ken Moeller

Tommie Elliott,
Wall Stadium Team

John Grady Photo
Courtesy of Dave Dykes

Mike Grbac,
Flemington Team

Ace Lane Photo
Via Ace Lane Jr.
Bob Vaughn,
Flemington Team

All Star League Program
Jackie Hamilton,
Flemington Team


Gordon Reinig Photo via the Bullfather
Rene Charland leads one of the Treichlers and Ray Hendrick at one of the Lancaster All Star League shows.
Below -  Evans leads Gordy Treichler and Hendricks, perhaps at the same race.

1970 LEAGUE TEAMS AND THEIR FINISHING PLACES

TEAM NAME Driver Driver Driver Finish
Lancaster Speedway Merv Treichler Maynard Troyer Richie Evans 1.
Orange County Speedway Buzzie Reutimann Will Cagle Pee Wee Griffin 2.
Catamount Stadium Lou Lazzaro Guy Chartrand Jerry Cook 3.
Wall Stadium Bob Rossell Gil Hearne Bob Finger 4.
Nazareth Speedway Frankie Schneider Bob Malzahn Whip Mulligan 5.
Stafford Springs Speedway Fred DeSarro Ed Flemke Bill Greco 6.
Islip Speedway Gary Winters Ed Brunnhoetzl Charlie Jarzombek 7.
Albany - Saratoga Speedway Rene Charland Ron Narducci Andy Romano 8.
Flemington Speedway Joe Kelly Lee Hendrickson Mike Grbac 9.
Shangri - La Speedway Mike Loescher Geoff Bodine Ed Rafferty 10.
         


Courtesy oF David Alex, Sr.


Courtesy of the Lazzaro Family

A FEW ALL STAR LEAGUE "NOTABLES"


Bob Mackey Photo
Courtesy of Mike Watts

Ron Narducci -
APPEARING ON MOST CHAMPIONSHIP TEAMS
4

Photo From ASL Program
Will Cagle -
EARNING MOST CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS
36

Source Unknown

Richie Evans
WINNING MOST RACES

8

Photo From ASL Program
Will Cagle -
EARNING MOST TOP
THREE FINISHES

19

Photo From ASL Program
Lou Lazzaro -
EARNING MOST
INDIVIDUAL
 CHAMPIONSHIPS

2
 

Photo From ASL Program
Gene Bergin -
FIRST "OPEN"
DRIVER TO WIN
 A FEATURE

 

Photo From ASL Program
Buzzie Reutimann -
BEST YEARLY POINTS FINISH  AVERAGE
4.14

Photo From ASL Program
Lou Lazzaro -
WON RACES ON BOTH
PAVED AND DIRT
TRACKS

 

Photo From ASL Program
Buzzie Reutimann -
WON RACES ON BOTH
PAVED AND DIRT
TRACKS

Photo From UNK Internet Source
Fred Harbach -
WON FIRST EVER ALL
STAR LEAGUE RACE

Ace Lane Photo
Darlene Gresh Collection

Fred Harbach -
WON FIRST EVER ALL
STAR LEAGUE RACE

Photo From UNK Internet Source
Ray Hendrick -
BEST OPEN DRIVER
2 Wins;
9 Pts

1971 LEAGUE TEAMS [TEAMS & THEIR FINISHING PLACES ARE NOT FINALIZED ON THIS YEAR ONLY]

TEAM NAME Driver Driver Driver Finish
Lancaster Speedway Will Cagle Richie Evans No 3rd members 1.
Orange County Speedway Buzzie Reutimann Pee Wee Griffin   ?
Catamount Stadium Jerry Cook Chet Doaner [?]   ?
Wall Stadium Bob Rossell Gil Hearne   ?
Nazareth Speedway Johnny Harroll Bob Malzahn   ?
Fonda Speedway Lou Lazzaro Don Wayman   ?
Islip Speedway Gary Winters Al DeAngelo   ?
Albany - Saratoga Speedway Rene Charland Ron Narducci   ?
Flemington Speedway Stan Ploski Sammy Beavers [?] Mike Grbac [?] ?
Shangri - La Speedway Maynard Troyer Geoff Bodine   ?
Lebanon Valley Speedway Tommie Corellis Butch Jelley    
Rolling Wheels Merv Treichler Cliff Norton    
Williams Grove Speedway Budd Olsen Lee Osborne Mitch Smith [?]  
Oswego Speedway Jim Shampine Jimmy Winks    
Stafford Springs Speedway Gene Bergin Bill Greco    

 




Courtesy of Lou Lazarro

 


Gordon Reinig Photo via the Bullfather
Richie Evans chats with Budd Olsen, wearing his All Star League driver's suit at Lancaster.

SOME ALL STAR LEAGUE ACTION AND STILLS


Source Unknown
Lou Lazzaro -
Rene Charland leads
Jerry Cook and Maynard
 Troyer at Lancaster.

 

Source Unknown
Buzzie Reutimann
plies the familiar track
at Orange County.

From ASL Program
Bobby Malzahn works
the inside at Fonda
in 1967.

From ASL Program
Two consummate
pros get tangled at
 Fonda
in 1967: Budd Olsen
and Frankie Schneider.
 

From ASL Program
Jerry Cook flies by
pavement specialist
Bill Greco at Fonda
in 1967.

Source Unknown
Open driver Dick
Havens leads Flemington
driver Joe Kelly
at
Flemington in 1970.
in 1967.

From ASL Program
Havens leads G. Bodine
and Bob Malzahn at
Flemington, 1970.

From ASL Program
Open drivers Beavers [77]
and Taylor run at Fonda
in 1967.

Courtesy of Dave Dykes
Billy Greco, ready to roll
for Riverside Park or
Stafford.

From ASL Program
Bugs Stevens,
probably driving
for Stafford.
 

John Grady Photo
Charlie Jarzombeck
Islip Team.

From ASL Program
Ed Brunnhoelzl,
Islip team mate
of Jarzombeck.

Frank Simek Photo
Fred Harbach
leads Don Wayman,
in Frank Trinkhaus'
62NY.

From ASL Program
Gil Hearne,
an original Islip
team member.
 

Frank Simek Photo
Frankie Schneider
vies with Gil Hearne.

John Bisci Photo
Richie Evans, with
one of his 8 ASL
wins. Present are
Bob O'Rourke and
Lou Figari.

Chrome Horn Photo
Leo Cleary was one
the first open drivers
to win an All Star League
feature, but he only
appeared as a League member
once - for Norwood Arena.
 

Frank Simek Photo
Paul Marshall, Steve Danish, and Frankie Schneider
converse at the
1968 Fonda show.

Source Unknown
A 1973 Program

Photo by Lenny
Schneider chases
UNK car 26.

Source Unknown
A race at the
Waterford Speed
Bowl.

Source Ken Parrotte
A 1971 Program
from Oswego.
Front
 

Source Ken Parrotte
A 1971 Program
from Oswego.
Back

Photo by Lenny
Open driver Jack Farquhar,
in the Barbuto 22, leads
9NH, probably driven by
Don Wayman. This was
likely at Fonda or the
Valley.

Photo by Lenny
League driver Maynard
Forrette poses with
the Roehrig 99.

Photographer Unknown
Nazareth driver Frank
Schneider leads Oliver
Butler [4] and Flemington
team driver Mike Grbac
in the race at Flemington.

Photo by Charles Moore
League driver Geoff
Bodine leads Dick
 Havens in the race at Flemington. The 99 was
a decidedly pavement
setup usually.

Photographer Unknown
Islip driver Charlie
Jarzombeck.
 

Photographer Unknown
Although a master on
pavement, Jarzombeck
won only qualifying
races in the League.

Photo by Dave Innes
Driver Don Stives enjoys
Victory Lane in his
only League win -
at Wall. Bob 'Rourke
and Lou Figari can be
seen in background.

Photo by Lenny
Oswego driver Jim
Shampine leads
an
unidentified $$ car
and Nazareth's Bob
Malzahn at Fonda.

Photo by Dave Innes
Open drivers Johnny
Coy and Bill Altonen
(8) mix it up at Wall.

Photographer Unknown
League drivers Joe
Kelly (13) and Sammy
Beavers at Flemington.

Photo by Lenny
League driver Lou
Lazzaro has a
wheel's length on
open driver, Dave Lape.

Photo by Lenny
Fonda driver Don
Wayman [in his only
year as a League
driver] leads Bob Malzahn
of the Nazareth team
at the Fonda race.
 

Serwacki Collection
Lancaster driver
Maynard Troyer in
Victory Lane at
Lancaster with big Bon O'Rourke and track  promoter Ed Serwacki.

 

Photo by Lenny
Orange County driver
Wayne Reutimann
leads Cyclone Forette
of the Fonda Team in
1972, probably at
Fonda.

Photo by Ed Weaver
League driver Wayne
Reutimann is inside of
open driver Leigh
Earnshaw at Orange
County.

Courtesy of J. Bull
Charlie J and Fred
Harbach share a
laugh at a League
 event.

Photo by Lenny
Nazareth driver
Will Cagle runs
outside of
Mike Grbac's sedan
#7 at Fonda.

Photo by Sam Rosenberg
Orange County driver
Buzzie Reutimann chases
open drivers Gerald Chamberlain (666) and Bill Wilson at Orange
County. The Wilson car appeared at Catamount, with Bob Dragon, a year later.
CLICK HERE
 

Vintage Modified Site
Bill Greco, with the
car he used the most
 in the League.

Vintage Modified Site
Bill Greco, with the
same car in color.

 

Courtesy of J. Bull
One of the cars
Fred Harbach ran
in the League.

Courtesy of J. Bull
Charlie J and father
share the Islip
Victory Lane after
a League win. The car
was at the 1971 ASL show, similarly unlettered.
CLICK HERE
 

HAMB Site
Bob Santos, Sr.,
who ran for the
Stafford team.

Courtesy of J. Bull
Bob Malzahn,
a loyal League
supporter.

Source Unknown
Louie, with the
Valiant.

HAMB Site
Bill Greco

HAMB Site
The Champ, with
a win in an unfamiliar
Massachusetts car.
 

Ladabouche Collection
Pete Corey wasn't in
the League long, but
he was proud of the
helmet.

HAMB Site

 

HAMB Site
Fred DeSarro,
at speed in a
#3 - but I am not sure
if it is a Boehler.

HAMB Site Possible
John Bisci Photo

Richie Evans was
good about promoting
the League.

HAMB Site
 

HAMB Site
Charlie Jarzombeck
won League races
in coupes and later
mod bodies.
 

HAMB Site
Jim Shampine

HAMB Site
Steady Eddie and
arguably his best
car competed in the
League.

HAMB Site
S. J. Evonsion
proudly displays
his ASL helmet as
a 1972 Riverside
Park team mate.

Kevin B. Photo
They think this
might be the elusive
and almost
- unphotographed Bob
Vaughn, early
Flemington member.
 

HAMB Site
Mousey Kempster
1968 Islip team
member.

HAMB Site
Gary Winters, Islip
member in 1970
and 1971.

HAMB Site
Jackie Evans, early
League member,
Orange County.

Ace Lane Photo  HAMB Site
Geoff Bodine's car
of choice when he
ran in the League
for Shangri - La.
 

HAMB Site
Fred Harbach,
The Flying Dutchman,
Islip member.

HAMB Site
George Peters,
another Islip member.

Len Calinoff Photo
Pat Moon,
an early
Islip member.

Len Calinoff Photo
More Moon.

Source Unknown
Ron Narducci leads
Gordon Treichler and
Ray Hendricks.

 

Source Unknown
Eventual winner
Don Stives passes
Bob FInger [61]
at Wall.
 

Source Unknown
Bill Marino [42]
Charlie Jarzombeck,
and George Wagner
[Z1] avoid a spinning
Bob Park.

Source Unknown
Merv Treichler
poses before
a League race.

Source Unknown
An earlier League
lineup. Ken Shoemaker
and Bob Malzahn
can be seen.

Carl Becker Photo
Emery "Pee Wee"
Griffin wearing his
League uniform.

HAMB Site
Ernie Gahan with one
of the cars he ran in
the League in 1967.

John Grady Photo
Lee Osborne,
Williams Grove
team, 1971.

 

Source Unknown
Bob Rossell at
a Lebanon Valley
race.
   
Mike Anop Photo
Ernie Gahan would use this camper to haul his onw 50 to many ASL races. I saw him at Catamount's ASL race. 

Ladabouche Photo
 
Courtesy of Chas Hertica

Charland, in ASL regalia, wih Donovan Kempster's 110, a former Boehler 3. 

 


Courtesy of Rich Palmer
Exiled Catamount Stadium favorite son, Bob Dragon re-appeared at the track in 1970 with this former Bill Wilson coupe he had converted to pavement for use at Devil's Bowl. Dragon didn't stay in modifieds, but he did drive a competitive Rosner entry for a while two years later. Devil's Bowl never joined the All Star League.


Courtesy of Steve McKnight
In 1972 Catamount had an All Star Team, but no Catamount drivers were on it. a 16 year - old mechanic for John Rosati, Steve McKnight considered
this All Star League T - shirt to be a prized possession. When Rosati finally got into modifieds in 1974, the League had died out.

1972 LEAGUE TEAMS AND THEIR FINISHING PLACES

TEAM NAME Driver Driver Driver Finish
Albany - Saratoga Speedway Jerry Cook Ron Narducci No 3rd Members 1.
Orange County Speedway Buzzie Reutimann Wayne Reutimann   2.
Catamount Stadium Rene Charland Ed Flemke   3.
Wall Stadium Jim Hoffman Gil Hearne   4.
Nazareth Speedway Johnny Harroll Bob Malzahn   5.
Fonda Speedway Lou Lazzaro Maynard Forrette   6.
Islip Speedway Charlie Jarzombek Al DeAngelo   7.
Riverside Park Speedway S.J. Evonsion Bill Greco   8.
Lancaster Speedway Merv Treichler Richie Evans   9.
         
 


Courtesy of the Romano Family
The 1969 Albany - Saratoga All Star League team - Jerry Cook, Andy Romano, and Rene Charland.
 

1973 LEAGUE TEAMS AND THEIR FINISHING PLACES

TEAM NAME Driver Driver Driver Finish
Catamount Stadium Jerry Cook Ron Narducci No 3rd Members 1.
Orange County Speedway Buzzie Reutimann Carl Van Horn   2.
Riverside Park Speedway Bob Stefanik Bill Greco   3.
Wall Stadium Jim Hoffman Gil Hearne   4.
Autodrome Quebec Richie Evans Lou Lazzaro   5.
Lee USA Speedway Bugs Stevens Jim Landry   6.
Bridgeport Speedway Budd Olsen Larry Taylor   7.
Islip Speedway Charlie Jarzombek Al DeAngelo   8.
Autodrome Deux Montagnes Fred DeSarro Maynard Forrette   9.
Nazareth Speedway Bob Malzahn Johnny Harroll   10.


Courtesy of Bill Goldpaugh
A 1983 All Star Stock Car Racing League Poster for Bridgeport's only race.

ALL STAR LEAGUE HELMETS n' PORTRAITS GALLERY
 


From ASL Program
Bugs Stevens,
Stafford Sprgs

From ASL Program
Gil Hearne,
Islip

Courtesy of Lou Lazzaro
 

Unidentified Source
Jerry Cook,
Albany - Saratoga
Fonda
Catamount

Source Unknown
Eddie Flemke,
Albany - Saratoga
Catamount

 

Source Unknown
Lou Lazzaro,
Fonda
Catamount
Autodrome
Quebec

ASL Program
 

Photographer Unknown
Charlie
Jarzombeck
Islip

Courtesy of Otto Graham
Dick Clark,
Fonda
Catamount

J. Bull
Fred Harbach,
Islip
 

Chrome Horn
Leo Cleary,
Norwood

Courtesy of Mike
Richards

Will Cagle,
Nazareth
Orange County
Lancaster

Unidentified Source
Ron Narducci,
Fonda
Catamount
Albany - Saratoga
 

Courtesy of Dave Dykes
Richie Evans,
Lancaster
Autodrome Quebec

Courtesy of Mike Richards

ASL Program
Maynard Forrette,
Fonda
Deux Montagnes

ASL Program
Bugs Stevens,
Lee USA
Stafford Sprgs
Norwood
 

John Grady Photo
Rene Charland,
Albany - Saratoga
Catamount

ASL Program


Source Unknown
Bill Greco,
Riverside
Stafford Sprgs

Courtesy of Lou Lazzaro Jr

ASL Program
Andy Romano,
Albany - Saratoga

ASL Program
Whip Mulligan,
Flemington
Nazareth

Chas TaylorPhoto
Bob Rossell,
Nazareth
Wall

ASL Program
Tommie Corellis,
Lebanon Valley

ASL Program
Don Wayman,
Fonda

Actual Photo Size
ASL Program
Fred DeSarro,
Deux Montagnes
Stafford Sprgs
Norwood
 

ASL Program
Gary Winters,
Islip

ASL Program
Sammy Beavers,
Flemington

ASL Program
Lee Osborne,
Williams Grove
 

ASL Program
Mitch Smith ,
Williams Grove

ASL Program
Buzzie Reutimann,
Orange County

ASL Program
Stan Ploski,
Flemington

ASL Program
Al DeAngelo,
Islip

ASL Program
Johnny Harroll,
Nazareth

Via Dave Dykes
George Peters,
Islip

Florida Racing Memories
Site Photo

Jackie Evans
Orange County
 

ASL Program
Bob Malzahn,
Nazareth
Orange County
 

ASL Program
Mike Grbac,
Flemington

ASL Program via Lou Lazzaro Jr.
Pete Corey,
Albany - Saratoga
 
Courtesy of Lou Lazzaro Jr.
Danny Gallulo
Riverside Park

ASL Program
Tommie Elliott,
Wall

ASL Program
Jackie McLaughlin,
Wall
 
Florida Racing Memories
Bruce "Pee Wee" Griffin
Nazareth

ASL Program
 
Courtesy of Lou Lazzaro Jr.
Jack Lecuyer
Riverside Park

ASL Program
Don Stives,
Wall

ASL Program
Frankie Schneider,
Flemington
Nazareth


Charles Taylor Photo via Lee Taylor
An  All Star League drivers' lineup. This might be at Wall Stadium.


Rosenburg Photo via Ace Lane Jr.
Part of an All Star League drivers' lineup. This might be at Nazareth.


From the Romano Family Collection
This All Star League lineup is from the race at Fonda in 1968. The Shoe isn't in his uniform. I believe this is when he had in th middle of
the team personnel shirts after the Corey/ NASCAR flap and after he may have lost the Wright / Zautner ride. If this is the whole bunch
that night, a lot of League team members were not in attendance. It's confusing because I though most of that was in 1967.


From the Romano Family Collection
Another All Star League lineup. Notice how serious the usually - goofy Charland was at these events ? He was all business.
I can recognize [from left] Cook, Romano, Unknown, Charland, Narducci, Unknown, Mulligan, Schneider, and Reutimann.
There were probably more to the left, but the photographer was looking to get Romano in  the picture.


From the Ladabouche Collection - Gater Racing News Photo
Another Fonda All Star League lineup - I think from 1968. They apparently posed all the drivers together. Sorry about the damned crease - I couldn't get it
to lay flat. Need a little help with the UNK's. Front row from left - UNK, Maybe Robbie Kotary, Ed Pieniazek, UNK, Ken Shoemaker, Rene Charland, UNK,
maybe Bill Greco, Buzzie Reutimann, and Will Cagle. Back row - UNK, Ron Quackenbush, Jack Farquhar, Bill Wimble, Andy Romano, Don Wayman, Ray Sitterly, Jerry Cook, UNK, maybe Gil Hearne, Ron Narducci, and Lou Lazzaro. If this is the '68 race - it certainly isn't the complete field, and some of these guys weren't
qualified.

 
Rene Charland dances his way back to the drivers after drawing the inside pole at Riverside Park. He is flashing money, intimating that he bribed somebody.


ASL Program
Billy Greco says something to draw laughter as he picks for position.


Courtesy of Lou Lazzaro Family
This is the driver group shot from the 1968 Fonda All Star League show.


Courtesy of Lou Lazzaro Family
Another driver group shot from an unidentified All Star League show.


Dick Tanner Photo
Another driver group shot from an unidentified All Star League show.

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Courtesy of Ken Parrotte
1967

 

Courtesy of Ken Parrotte
1968

Courtesy of Ken Parrotte
1969

Courtesy of Ken Parrotte
1970
 

Courtesy of Ken Parrotte
1972
 
Courtesy of Ken Parrotte
1973

Courtesy of Ken Parrotte
1974

Courtesy of Ken Parrotte
1975
 


Ladabouche Collection - Gater Racing News Photo by Russ Bergh

Gil Hearne [29NJ] apparently ran over the outside front of the Ray Sitterly in the 1968 Fonda All Star show.
I would guess Sitterly may have been spinning at the time.


Courtesy of the Bullfather
Mitch Smith, using the Dutch Hoag coupe, probably in an All Star League race somewhere. Below- Smith leads a pack
at that same All Star League race somewhere on pavement. Note Hoag, his car owner has the Valiant that would
soon be sold and become Andy Romano's "Galiant Valiant". Also visible are Joe Kelly [13], Leo Cleary [41] and Don Diffendorf.


Gordon Roenig Photo
Action from the Lancaster All Star League show.


Courtesy of Lou Lazzaro Family
Lou Lazzaro leads will Cagle at an All Star League show.

OTHER ALL STAR LEAGUE - RELATED PHOTOS GALLERY
 


ASL Program
Cliff Norton?,
Not Sure
Roll. Wheels
 

ASL Program
Merv Treichler,
Roll. Wheels

ASL Program
Jim Shampine,
Oswego

ASL Program
Big Bob O'Rourke
Race Director

ASL Program
Joe Kelly,
Flemington

ASL Program
Butch Jelley,
Lebanon Valley

Unknown Source
Charlie J has his
helmet on the roof
at an Islip show.

Unknown Source
Mousey Kempster
 has his helmet likewise.
Makes me think it is the
1968 Islip show.

Unknown Source
Possible John Bisci

Lee Osborne,
with the car
he used in the
League.

U-R Tribute Site
Jerry Cook,
likely in the Camaro
at Utica - Rome.
 

Unknown Source
Cook, with the
Camaro at one
of the Catamount
Stadium ASL shows.

Jack Kromer Photo
Whip Mulligan, in
the ASL uniform
beside one of
his cars.

Lynchmob Photo
Mike Loescher's
car at a Shangri -
La ASL show.

Ace Lane Sr. Photo
Stan Ploski, in
ASL uniform -
likely at Nazareth.

Ace Lane Sr. Photo
Stan Ploski, in
ASL helmet in
the P. Deasey
"Big Donkey".
 

Kevin Budden Photo
via King Photos

Stan Ploski, in
ASL helmet with
his familiar 27Jr.

John Harper Photo

Will Cagle wins
an  ASL event at
Lebanon Valley
in 1971. Dirk Van Ort and
Ted Ryan flank him.

Kevin Budden Photo
Gil Hearne in
ASL uniform .

LynchmobPhoto
I know of few
people who were
ever more proud of
being in the ASL
than Rene Charland.
He wore his helmet
whenever possible and
check out the sign on
roof of his coupe.
 

Chasin' Racin' Photo
Buzzie Reutimann
at an Albany -
Saratoga ASL show.

Off an ebay Auction
A selection of
ASL materials
that were on ebay.

Off an ebay Auction
A Dover Downs
ASL program.

Joe CryanPhoto
Another of the
Champ's "ASL
Captain" cars.
Maybe same one.

Via Phil Smith
A Jarzombek
shot similar to
one in his coupe
above.

Dave Dykes Photo
via Phil Smith

Leo Cleary in
ASL helmet in
a less familiar car.

Racing Remembrances
Photo via P. Smith

Steady Ed wins
one with the Judkins
2X.

Vin Mod Site Photo
via Phil Smith

Charland, with
yet another car.

Arnie Ainsworth Photo
I never noticed Pete's helmet in this familiar Valley shot. After his dustup with NASCAR
I don't know how long
he stayed on the Fonda
team.

Dave Dykes Photo
via Phil Smith

The 1970 ASL
champ in his
Falcon.

Dave Dykes Photo
via Phil Smith

Billy Greco's 43
and Sammy Beavers'
43 must have caused
some confusion.

Doris LeMasters Photo

 

Dave Dykes Photo
via Phil Smith

One of the All
- Time ASL best,
at Lancaster.

Dave Dykes Photo
via Phil Smith

Billy Greco gave
Charland a run for
"Most League Cars" Award. Here, he has
one of the Garuti cars.
 

Dave Dykes Photo
via Phil Smith

Charland ? Wear
the helmet any
time - any place.

Dave Dykes Photo
via Phil Smith

Gene Bergin wins
one with the helmet
on. Don't know if it
was a League race.

Courtesy of Mike Pa
Da Champ, at a
Valley show.

Courtesy of J. Bull
Richie Evans spins
at what may have been
the last AL race - the
1973 Islip show.

Courtesy of J. Bull
The start of the
1973 Islip race.

Courtesy of J. Bull
Charlie Jarzombek
blows up at the last
League race at his
beloved Islip.

Courtesy of J. Bull
The impressive
Gary Winters 380
at the last show.

B.G. Wurthmann Photo
Happy days for
Jarz and his dad,
with Bob O'Rourke.

 

Courtesy of J. Bull
George Wagner and
Bugs at the last
show at Islip.

Courtesy of J. Bull
Buzzie and his
Camaro at the last
race. I believe it was
his 1st non-coupe year.

Courtesy of J. Bull
Same guy, same
race.

Courtesy of J. Bull
The source claims
this is Lou Lazzaro,
in Victory Lane, at
the Islip race.
 

Courtesy of Dave Dykes
Jarz, waving to
the photographer.

Len Calinoff Photo
Jarzombek,
somewhere in the
Vega.

John Grady Photo
via Dave Dykes

Danny Gallulo
at an ASL race
somewhere.

Source Unknown
Jackie McLaughlin,
early League member.

HAMB Site Photo
Fred Harbach, on
the alien dirt. Looks like
he's wondering how he
will drive on it.

Source Unknown
League director
Larry Mendelsohn
in younger days.

Courtesy of Dave Dykes
Fred Harbach,
the Flying Dutchman.
I wonder how many
drivers had that
 nickname.

Mike Adaskevag Photo
Team mates
Evans and
Treichler spin
out together.

Source Unknown
Larry Mendelsohn
presenting a trophy
in a non - League race.
 

Source Unknown
Cliff Norton's car.

Photo by Lenny
Marvelous Merv
Treichler poses in
ASL uniform before
a League race at
Shangri - La.

Courtesy of Mike Pa
Perpetual League
member Ron Narducci
struggles to stay ahead
of open drivers Gordy
Treichler and Ray Hendrick.

Source Unknown
ASL action with
Bill Marino getting by a spinning Bob Park.
Lee Hendrickson [Z1] and
Charlie Jarzombek take
to the outside.

Vintage Mod Site
Wild Bill Greco

Sourcee Unknown
Greco again.

Source Unknown
Bob Santos, Sr.
of the Stafford
team in 1969.

Source Unknown
Louie, with the
Valiant. Must be a
paved track ,with
Canestrari in the
background.

Ladabouche Photo
Richie and Big
Orange arrive at  the 1972 Catamount ASL show.
It didn't draw the usual crowd, as most of
that day's onlookers
were LMS fans.
 

Source Unknown
Da Champ in
yet another coupe
[or at least a
different owner].

Source Unknown
Richie's got the
T - shirt goin' on.
 

Ladabouche Collection
Older car, same
helmet.

Courtesy of Mike Pa
Fred DeSarro,
in 1968, on the
Norwood team.

Courtesy of Otto Graham
Cagle, in ASL
shirt and helmet,
at Catamount.

 

Courtesy of Ron Wetzler
Cagle usually made
the ASL tour with
two of those gold
sedans. One might
have been for pavement.

Kevin Budden Photo
This is supposedly
the "unphotographable"
Bob Vaughn. Even the
ASL program didn't
have one of him.
 

COurtesy of Dave Dykes
Ed Brunnhoelzl,
one - year Islip
team member.

Possible Bisci Photo
via Turn 5 Photo

Ed Ortiz was known
to use this car when
he ran League shows
as an open driver.

Courtesy of Ted Lovelace
via Three Wide Vault

Carl "Fuzzy" Van Horn

Ladabouche Photo
Gary Winters
showing up at
sundown for the
1971 Catamount
ASL show.
 

Ladabouche Photo
Bob Malzahn
showing up at
sundown for the
1971Catamount
ASL show.

Bob Hoffman Photo
Mitch Smith, in
a Dutch Hoag
car. Could it be
at an ASL event ?
The car is labeled with
the team Smith was
supposed to be on.

Courtesy of Otto Graham
Another Corey
shot - same ASL
helmet, different
car.

Ladabouche Photo
Bugs or Freds
showing up at
the 1972 Catamount
ASL show. Which was
driving then ?

Ladabouche Photo
UNK car 32
 at sundown at the
1972 Catamount
ASL show.

Ladabouche Photo
Chas. Jarzombek
 at  the 1971
Catamount
ASL show. Note
recent repairs -
no number.

Ladabouche Photo
Jarzombek
showing for the
1972 Catamount
ASL show.

Ladabouche Photo
Lou Lazzaro
showing up at
the 1972 Catamount
ASL show.

Ladabouche Photo
Ernie Gahan
at  the 1972 Catamount
ASL show. I thought
he had retired before
then with heart issues.

Ladabouche Photo
Geoff Bodine
arriving  at
the 1970 Catamount
ASL show. It was
either late or
badly overcast -
I can't recall which.
 

Ladabouche Photo
Marcel Godard
with a rare Mopar
at the 1971
Catamount
ASL show.

Ladabouche Photo
The Mystic Missile
 at  the 1972 Catamount
ASL show. Not sure who
would have been in
it.

Ladabouche Photo
A rare appearance
for Ollie SIlva
at the 1972
 Catamount
ASL show. I
think Bill Alsup
may have also
attended that one.
 

Ladabouche Photo
Andy Romano's
Galiant Valiant
 at  the 1972
Catamount
ASL show. Dave
Lape's  22 in the
background.

Ladabouche Photo
Bob Karvonen
 at  the 1972 Catamount
ASL show. He already
was running there with
a late model sportsman.

Ladabouche Photo
Bob Brunell, another
LMS regular at the
1972 Catamount
ASL show.  That
might be Johnny Harroll
in the background.

Ladabouche Photo
The exceptional
Buzzie Reutimann
 at  the 1972 Catamount
ASL show.

Ladabouche Photo
Jerry Cook at  the 1972 Catamount ASL show.
A rare glimpse of
the Cat pits in between
the time the Chevron
station was there and
when the checkerboard
handicapper's stand
was erected.
 

Ladabouche Photo
Former Catamount
owner Jack DuBrul brought a former Trans Am Javelin to the 1971 ASL show.

Ladabouche Photo
Already running
 Catamount in 1972
with a LMS, Charland
used the M80 for the
ASL show.

Ladabouche Photo
Doc Blanchard loads
his Valiant after the
  1972 Catamount
ASL show.

Ladabouche Photo
1972 Catamount
ASL show. This is
either Pieniazek or
the Canadians
who bought it in
midseason.

Conde and Parry Site
Don Wayman, with what
looks like a Charland car,
the year he was in the
League.

Lew Boyd Photo
Lee Hendrickson,
1 year League
member [1970, with Flemington].

 


Romano Family Photo
Jeff McWalker waits
for the wrecker to
drop Andy Romano's torn
 - up Valiant.

Romano Family Photo
Andy returns to
the action, ASL
helmet and all.

Reinig Photo via
The Bullfather

Evans leads Ray
Hendrick and fights
off Roger Treichler - probably at Lancaster.

Ed Appoldt Photo
Big Bob awards yet
another trophy to Jarzombek. Can't tell if it is ASL or just
an Islip show.

 

Courtesy of Ron Wetzler
Another Troyer ASL
win, sharing with
the crew.

 
 
Courtesy of CheckerstoWreckers.Com
Multi - time NASCAR champRene Jerry Cook in ASL helmet.
 
Courtesy of William DeAngelo
Al DeAngelo [7] defends
his home turf against Maynard Troyer and Richie Evans. [Tough Task!]

 
Courtesy of Dave Dykes
S.J. Evonsion with a coupe.
 
Courtesy of Mike Pa
Jackie Evans, at the
Lebanon Valley show.
 
Courtesy of Mike Anop
Gil Hearne, at a
Lebanon Valley show.
 
Courtesy of Lou Lazzaro

Lou's dog Blackie steals the show during ASL introductions somewhere.
 
Courtesy of Lou Lazzaro
Lou with a Fonda ASL win.
 
Courtesy of Lou Lazzaro
Louie with one of his many ASL victories.
 
Courtesy of Lou Lazzaro
Lazzaro sometimes appeared at pavement shows in Jerry Rose's Pinto.
 
Courtesy of Lou Lazzaro
All Star League champion Lou Lazzaro sports an ASL T-shirt.
 
Joe Cryan Photo
Courtesy of Lou Lazzaro

Lazzaro at Nazareth.
 
Courtesy of Lou Lazzaro
Louie with a malta ASL victory with Big Bob O'Rourke and track promoter Harry Hebenstreit.
   
Courtesy of Mike Anop
The Top Wop, perhaps the ASL's single most loyal members
 
Courtesy of Lou Lazzaro
Lou with the Jerry Rose at
an ASL pavement race.
 
Courtesy of Lou Lazzaro
Lou, in a promo photo with Quebec racing officials.

Ladabouche Photo  :(
Bob Brunell, with a Lopardo - built Gremlin at Catamount.
 


Courtesy of Lou Lazzaro
By the way, Louie won the  ASL crown.


Courtesy of the Bullfather
Charlie Jarzombek runs on that unfamiliar clay at Nazareth.


Courtesy od PettyBlue 43
A program from a Wall Stadium ASL show.

ALL STAR LEAGUE ACTION SHOTS 
Hope they aren't all duplicates. It's getting hard to avoid that.

 
Courtesy of William DeAngelo
Al DeAngelo heads out for
practice at Middletown.
 
John Grady Photo
Courtesy of Richard Chartrand

Andy Romano leads Jerry Cook at Malta.
 
Dave Innes Photo
Courtesy of Richard Chartrand

Pee Wee Griffin leads Will Cagle at their familiar Middletown track.
 
Mike Anop Photo
Cagle rolls through the Albany - Saratoga pits with the pavement version of the famous gold sedans.
 
HunterPhoto
Courtesy of Richard Chartrand

Western NY action. The 12 is said to be Cagle, with Evans and Troyer.
 
Mike Anop Photo
Cagle rolls through the Islip pits with the pavement version of the famous gold sedans.
 
Dave Innes Photo
Courtesy of Richard Chartrand

Elton Hildreth leads Franke Schneider and Leon Manchester.
 
Dick Tanner Photo
Courtesy of Richard Chartrand

Two multi - time NASCAR champs: Rene Charland versus Richie Evans.
 
Lawrence Collection
Courtesy of Chas Hertica

Rene Charland drove this Joey Lawrence sedan at the Nazareth ASL race.
 
Lawrence Collection
Courtesy of Chas Hertica

Rene Charland races this Joey Lawrence sedan at the Nazareth ASL race against Will Cagle.
 
Courtesy of Richard Chartrand

Ed Pieniazek tools a Pete Corey coupe against Richie Evans.
 
Gater Racing News Photo
Courtesy of Richard Chartrand

Joe Kelly's car awaits a motor at Dover.
 
Courtesy of Lou Lazzaro

Lou Lazzaro leads Richie Evans during his championship year.
 
Courtesy of Lou Lazzaro
Lou Lazzaro leads Will Cagle during his championship year.
 
Mike Anop Photo
Lazzaro pauses in the Riverside Park pit to be photographed.
     


John Grady Photo
Pete Corey, like Rene Charland, seemed to be proud of his League membership. Here, he is still wearing that McHal helmet quite some time after his


Gunther Photo
Rene Charland, complete with lap dog and mini scooter, talks with Ray Hendrick at an All Star League event [probably Dover or Nazareth].

       
Ladabouche Collection - Gater Racing News Photos
Two of the most important men in the All Star League: Buzzie Reutimann [lft] and Frankie Schneider. Both photos 1967 or 68.


Ladabouche Collection - Gater Racing News Photo
Leo Cleary joined the All Star League in 1968. He even put in on his car. he had already won a race as an open driver in '67.


Ladabouche Collection - Gater Racing News Photos
This is one of the most familiar photos in northeastern stock car racing - the Godfrey Wentzel sedans running,
nose to tail, in one of the All Star League shows. Maynard Forrette had the lower car [in front], a former semi late
model division car vacated by George Rettew. Irv Taylor had the older one - the former 00 and Rene Charland's
blue #3. Irv is on it - look at the front wheel.

OLD PAVEMENT CAR: NEW PAVEMENT CAR

         
Lefthand Photo Courtesy of the Bullfather. Right - Turn 5 Photo
Billy Greco, with a 1967 or 68 ASL car. Note the star on the roof. Right - Jerry Cook's Pinto from the 1970's.

    
Fred Smith Photo [left]                                                                                                             Courtesy of Yankee racer 134 [right]
Rene Charland poses with the All Star League T shirt, while driving for Russ Betz. Note the probably - required McHal Helmet ad on the roof.
Next to him is the equally - loyal Narducci. Below- the Charland helmet, on display with his Czepeil 888 at some car show.

              
Photo Sources Unknown - Possibly John Bisci
Richie Evans enjoying the spoils at a Lancaster ASL race. [Left] with Big Bob O and Louie Figari. [Right] With someone better looking than those two boys.

           
Courtesy of Lou Lazzaro Family


Courtesy of Mike Anop


Courtesy of Lou Lazzaro Family


Joel Naprstek Photo  via James Osterhoudt
ASL race on unknown dirt track with Narducci's sedan on outside pole.


Photo Source: Glen Tavares
 Buzzie Reutimann and a car 3X at Norwood at what was likely the 1968 ASL show.


Courtesy of Edward B. Brown III


Courtesy of Lou Lazarro
Louie, with his Valiant and the ASL helmet.


Bill Balser Photo
I may have this one on the page already, but I can't find it.

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