This Sunday, the Ashbrook Hawkstone International brings the British 2023 outdoor Motocross season to life, and will give fans of MXGP the prologue to the epic saga that the 2023 MXGP season is set to become.
Words: Ben Rumbold | Lead Image: Hawkstone International
Let’s not forget that this story reaches its conclusion in the UK as well, as Matterley Basin hosts the final round of the championship on the 1st of October. And with the recent injury to reigning World MXGP Champion Tim Gajser, it’s highly likely that one of the big stars attracted to race in Shropshire will go on to be crowned in Hampshire!
The Revo British Championship and the Michelin Nationals will both start in the deep sand of new venue Oakhanger in March, so all riders contesting those series will be getting some valuable time in the soft stuff in preparation for those title tilts.
If you’ve never been to Hawkstone before, treat yourself. Despite some grumblings about recent track updates amongst older fans, it is still a proper old school, hard graft, testing the very best, kind of circuit. With the weather forecast looking good for the weekend and social media images of the big hill being prepared, this could be one of the very best times to ever catch this race.
First off – some vital Housekeeping: The postcode to aim your Sat Nav at is SY4 4NA. Those using the “what3words” app will need to enter “them.boomed.rave”. It’s signposted from the A49 Leominster to Shrewsbury road. The £40 entry fee includes a programme but the biggest message is – TAKE CASH! There will be a cash machine but I wouldn’t fancy that queue. The signal there is terrible so you cannot rely on card machines, Apple Pay, smartphones, any of it, and this message has been pressed by the organisers as well. That goes for the gate, the trade stands, the bar, the burger van. They might have card machines but do yourselves a favour and DO NOT rely on that or it will spoil your day. Feel the fibre of your fabric – cash is king.
Phones: Due to the poor signal and the thousands that will be trying to find it, arrange a time and place to meet friends or family there beforehand because it’s highly likely you won’t be able to call or text, FB message, tweet, WhatsApp, anything. Something loose like “bottom of the hill before the Pro race” is usually a safe bet. I did say it was old school!
Tickets can be bought on the gate ONLY – it’s £40 for adults and £5 for children between 5 and 15, including free parking and free entry to the riders’ paddock. The racing starts from 8.45am and will go on until around 4pm. The gates open at 7am.
Dogs must be kept on a lead, mess must be cleared up, they must be friendly with people and happy around bikes.
Camping is £40 per pitch and opens at 12 noon on Saturday 25th February, with the gates closing at 7pm. No open fires are allowed.
Livestream: Please note there will be NO live streaming in 2023 – there have been scammers advertising this service but it is NOT happening – please DO NOT give your payment details to anyone regarding a Hawkstone Livestream! It did happen last year and the club felt it cost them attendance figures, so it ain’t on – a shame as I would have fancied that commentary job! As it is we’ll be listening to the excellent Roger Warren and Darren Bartholomew trackside.
Viewing Points: As someone who’s been going to the place since I was in nappies, let me point you towards a few nice spots, depending on your viewing preference.
- The Hill – if it’s in use, take advantage of it. Brave the climb because it is so worth it. If you can get right to the very top, where they are at full gas and fly past your nose, it’s the best buzz that side of the chestnut paling! You’ll get covered in sand but this is Motocross, people. Risk it for a biscuit!
- Bombhole/Sand Pit – whatever you want to call it, they jump into it now from a distance and it is a total spectacle. Marvel at how heavy they land when they come short, be amazed at the rutty mess they jump into and be awestruck by the balls required to go for that blind leap.
- The start-line – yes, it’s only for the beginning, but I love that first gate drop when all the new bikes and kit are clean and pristine for the only time all day! Then you can join the rush across the track to see the first lap chaos – always a lot of fun!
- In the woods – as the track runs across the end of the start straight there’s a section there where you can get really close and feel the speed, look into the goggles, see the anger.
- Before the finish line – this left hander before it drops downhill towards the flag makes me feel happy to be in the four-stroke era – you can FEEL the grunt of the big 450s going through there, and you can turn to follow the race around the various loops visible from there too, probably one of the best spots for both getting up close and for watching other parts of the track.
Now for the good bit – the stars of the show! Think what you like about it, but the mixture of the two classes should bring some intriguing racing. There’s no doubt that the headline acts are amongst the best riders in the world.
From the MXGP elite, Jeffrey Herlings needs no introduction – five times a World Champion, 99 Career Grand Prix wins, that famous AMA National win at the only time of asking… the 28-year-old Dutchman has been one of the fastest riders on the planet, especially in the soft stuff, since he burst onto the adult scene 13 years ago. It speaks volumes for his calibre we say he has “only” five titles – he has lost at least that many again through injury, from which he is returning once more with his second set of gate drops to come at Hawkstone.
Joining Jeffrey is the man who pushed him all the way for the 2021 MXGP crown, Factory Kawasaki’s Romain Febvre. Turning 31 on New Year’s Eve just gone, he won the title in 2015 and only injury, Gajser, and Herlings have denied him more than that. He fell just five short of Herlings’ tally in 2021 and returned from injury to win the last moto of last season. He comes into 2023 fully fit and would relish the chance to beat Herlings on his first visit to Hawkstone.
Also out for the win will be last year’s winner, Factory Yamaha man Glenn Coldenhoff, having just turned 32 and with a new trainer, in the shape of his life. Having won 5 GPs in his career, to dominant MXoN performances and a 3rd in the 2019 MXGP series, he feels that he’s in with a real chance of this world crown, and will really be on it at Hawkstone.
Those three are likely to be your podium men, but a whole host of GP regulars and British stars will be after them as well. From overseas the challenge is met by German Henry Jacobi, Dutchman Davy Pootjes, Belgian Brent van Doninck, Estonian Hardi Roosiorg, and Swede Alvin Ostlund. They’re joined by foreign stars who will be campaigning the 2023 domestic championships, Estonian Harri Kullas the multiple Michelin Nationals Champ, and six-time South African Champ Tristan Purdon, who could be a real dark horse for British glory this year.
Britain’s best chances of a podium lie with both Sarholz KTM’s Adam Sterry, who normally plies his trade in Germany now but loves Hawkstone having tasted MX2 champers here before, and of course Scottish legend Shaun Simpson, who finished equal on points with Herlings just a couple of years ago. Shaun has been sharpening his teeth in the Arenacross series so will almost feel agoraphobic at Hawkstone!
Other stars of the British scene who will be out to get amongst them include the Chambers Racing GASGAS squad of Dan Thornhill and Tom Grimshaw, the new Ultimate Wheels/Thunder Road Honda team of Louie Kessell and Luke Smith, Northern Irish veteran Martin Barr, KTM-mounted battlers Ashton Dickinson and Liam Knight, plus the intriguing new signing to Cab Screens Crescent Yamaha, last year’s MX2 British runner-up Jamie Carpenter.
Scored separately but looking to not get lost amongst the MX1 boys, the MX2 entrants also give us a fascinating prospect, headlined by KX250 riders Mikkel Haarup from Denmark and GTCI Revo Kawasaki’s Dylan Walsh, fresh from his exploits in West Coast AMA Supercross. Joel Rizzi is the hottest young British prospect in the class, and Jake Millward could also get into the mix as he moves from MX1. Young hotshots Callum Mitchell, Jamie Wainwright, Sam Nunn and Alfie Jones are worth watching, then there are adult racing rookies James Barker and Ollie Colmer to cheer on. Two-stroke fans will enjoy the amazingly-titled McVities Husqvarna of recent retiree Jamie Law as that crisp sound echoes through the woods!
A host of talent also fights for the Adult Support class honours – Joel Fisher has just won the Arenacross Futures Championship, while Domonic Newbury, Ben Zeale, Hudson Roper, and Harvey Cashmore are all progressing from impressive Youth careers this season.
The EMX 125 class will see some young guns that you’ll want to note the names of – Reece Jones has won through most of the smaller classes in his career, Cole McCullough is an exciting prospect from Northern Ireland, Jake Walker moves up from 85cc machines and always charges hard, Kasimir Hindesson is a fine talent from Finland, and the MGMX squad of Freddie Gardiner and Lucy Barker (one to cheer for female fans) are also looking to impress on their 125cc debuts.
It’s gonna be a barnstormer of a day, see below for the timetable and entry lists, and get your MX-loving backsides to Shropshire to really kickstart your 2023!
For more information, please see Hawkstone International on Facebook / Instagram or www.hawkstoneinternationalmx.com
Timetable Hawkstone International 2023
Saturday 25th February
12.00 – 7.00pm Gates Open for Camping
2.00 – 4.00pm Technical Control
Sunday 26th February
7.00am Gates Open for Spectators
7.45 – 8.45am Technical Control
9.00 – 9.25 Adult Support Practice & Qualifying
Up to 5 minutes start practise, 5 minutes free, 15 minutes timed.
9.30 – 9.55 EMX 125cc Practice & Qualifying
Up to 5 minutes start practise, 5 minutes free, 15 minutes timed
10.00 – 10.30 MX1/MX2 International Practice & Qualifying
Up to 5 minutes start practise, 10 minutes free, 15 minutes timed.
10.40 Adult Support Race 1 (15 minutes + 1 lap)
12.00 EMX 125 Race 1 (15 minutes + 1 lap)
12.30 International MX1/MX2 Race 1 (25 minutes + 1 lap)
1.05 Adult Support Race 2 (15 minutes + 1 lap)
1.30 EMX 125 Race 2 (15 minutes + 1 lap)
1.55 International MX1/MX2 Race 2 (25 minutes + 1 lap)
2.30 Adult Support Race 3 (15 minutes + 1 lap)
2.55 EMX 125 Race 3 (15 minutes + 1 lap)
3.25 MX1/MX2 Superfinal (25 minutes + 1 laps)
PRESENTATION Top 3 Superfinal – Georges Jobe Trophy – Winner, Vaughan Semmens Memorial Trophy – Best British Rider, Top 5 EMX125 and top 3 Adult Support
|3||Romain Febvre||Kawasaki Racing Team MXGP||450||France|
|7||Louie Kessell||Ultimate Wheels/Thunder Road Completely Motorbikes TMS Media Honda||450||England|
|16||Tom Grimshaw||Chambers Racing GASGAS||450||England|
|17||Luke Smith||Ultimate Wheels/Thunder Road Completely Motorbikes TMS Media Honda||450||Ireland|
|24||Shaun Simpson||Gabriel SS24 KTM||450||Scotland|
|29||Henry Jacobi||Sarholz KTM||450||Germany|
|32||Brent van Doninck||JM Racing Honda||450||Belgium|
|50||Martin Barr||Apico Husqvarna||450||N. Ireland|
|75||Hardi Roosiorg||JWR Honda Racing||450||Estonia|
|84||Jeffrey Herlings||Red Bull KTM Factory Racing MXGP||450||Netherlands|
|95||Dan Thornhill||Chambers Racing GASGAS||450||England|
|115||Ashton Dickinson||Talk Templant KTM||450||England|
|141||Tristan Purdon||Gabriel SS24 KTM||450||South Africa|
|151||Harri Kullas||Cab Screens Crescent Yamaha||450||Estonia|
|161||Alvin Ostlund||JWR Honda Racing||450||Sweden|
|184||Jamie Carpenter||Cab Screens Crescent Yamaha||450||England|
|259||Glenn Coldenhoff||Monster Energy Yamaha Factory Racing MXGP||450||Netherlands|
|811||Adam Sterry||Sarholz KTM||450||Wales|
|11||Mikkel Haarup||Big Van World MTX Kawasaki||250||Denmark|
|25||Jamie Law||McVities Husqvarna||250||England|
|32||Calum Mitchell||Lexa MX Racing Husqvarna||250||England|
|40||Jamie Wainwright||WPH/SBE Engineering/Pure Building/Redline KTM||250||England|
|53||Dylan Walsh||GTCI Revo Kawasaki||250||England|
|119||Bailey Johnston||Verde Shiloh KTM||250||England|
|195||Rob Clitheroe||Dickinson Tool Hire Yamaha||250||England|
|300||Ben Franklin||Chambers Racing GASGAS||250||England|
|303||Jake Millward||Verde Shiloh KTM||250||England|
|337||Glenn McCormick||Chambers Racing GASGAS||250||Ireland|
|365||Sam Nunn||Cab Screens Crescent Yamaha||250||England|
|410||James Barker||MGMX KTM||250||England|
|411||Shaun Mahoney||Gabriel Insulations KTM UK||250||Wales|
|456||Ollie Colmer||Talk Templant KTM||250||England|
|717||Calum Marriott||Team EMX Academy France Husqvarna||250||France|
|719||Jimmy Margetson||AJP Racing Husqvarna||250||England|
|731||Alfie Jones||Chambers Racing GASGAS||250||England|
|817||Raf Meuwissen||Young Motion Powered by Resa Yamaha||250||Holland|
|912||Joel Rizzi||Riley Racing Yamaha||250||Wales|
|Adult Support Race|
|10||Harvey Cashmore||Chambers Racing GASGAS||250||Compton|
|18||Joe Khamouli||Triple D Motorsport/Reid Builders/Leach Scrap Metal GASGAS||Kendal|
|23||Johnjoe Wright||Mr Dig/Ninety One Moto Honda||450||Stanley|
|28||Charlie Griffiths||426 Motorsport KTM||350||Cleobury Mortimer|
|31||Charlie Whitlow||Lancit Haulage Honda||250||Heysham|
|33||Dan Brough||Rutzz.co.uk/Pinewood Energy Racing Yamaha||250||Yarnfield|
|36||Hudson Roper||3Flo/Madison/Crescent Yamaha blucru||250||Halifax|
|37||Shane Whitaker||Assiette Cat/TVB/PP Training/Owkay Kawasaki||250||Clitheroe|
|41||Matt Tolley||426 Motorsport KTM||250||Pershore|
|42||Charlie Razzell||PJR Motors Yamaha||250||Bracknell|
|52||Harry Foster||RFX KTM||450||Ormskirk|
|63||Daniel Arkell||PSU Designs Ltd KTM||250||Bromsgrove|
|70||David Finnamore||Ross Quarry Products Ltd Husqvarna||350||Belfast|
|84||Reece Ross||Ross Quarry Products Ltd Husqvarna||250||Belfast|
|87||Aaron Holden||PP Sports powered by Southside MX Honda||250||Diss|
|95||Brad Thornhill||LMC/Radcord KTM||450||Stonehouse|
|97||Paul Burn||DBC Motorcycles/BG Motorsport KTM||350||Milton Keynes|
|101||Christopher Read||MJ Off Road/4gunzmxmidlands Kawasaki||250||Moreton|
|111||Richy Roberts||Rutzz.co.uk/Pinewood Energy Racing Yamaha||250||Bowling Bank|
|113||Joe Wright||SRH Racing KTM||125||Featherstone|
|125||Paul Hubbard||Herts MX Honda||450||Diss|
|131||Ben Zeale||Mundell Plant Hire Ltd/JD Racing GASGAS||250||Torrington|
|141||Sebastian Berthiaume||Advance Shutters Ltd Yamaha||450||Lymington|
|143||Callum Bircher||Mr T`s/Feehily Racing KTM||250||Barrow in Furness|
|150||Aaron Patstone||Brenron/Molson/Kior/Shaw Honda||450||Leamington Spa|
|211||Joshua Price||Jtek/S.T Molloy Honda||450||Wirral|
|266||Conor Ellingworth||Feehily MX KTM||450||Anglesey|
|274||Daniel Shutt||Shutt Joinery & Construction KTM||250||Ribchester|
|333||Dan Houlker||DH Builders/RV Ltd KTM||250|
|404||Dominic Newbury||426 Motorsport KTM||250||Swindon|
|711||Joel Fisher||AD Modular/Tech4 MX/Beer Trading KTM||250||Warmingham|
|841||Ryan Nock||Tech MX-VBS-Dynes-KAS Kawasaki||450||Larkfield|
|855||Ashley Cotterell||Internation Wulfsport KTM||450||Cheslyn Hay|
|999||Conner Challinor||AD Modular Ltd Kawasaki||250||Crewe|
|2||Yarin Evans||SRH Racing Team KTM||Bridgnorth|
|3||Lucy Barker||Team Matt Gardiner MX KTM||Driffield|
|5||Jack Brearey||NBE Racing GASGAS||Batley|
|10||Levi Saunders||Blue-3 KTM||Stockbury|
|12||Rees Jones||ET James Youth Enduro Team GASGAS||Llanidloes|
|14||Jon Waghorn||Elevation – JWS Yamaha||Medway|
|18||Rocco Hands||Motobase/C Nunn Academy/J Aim M/Cycles/Besthorpe MX KTM||Colchester|
|20||Alfie Thompson||Moto33/Berts Motorcycles KTM||Shanklin|
|21||Emmanuel Bako||Betterbrands Petroleum – EMX Academy France||Zimbabwe|
|24||Sion Wright||SRH Racing/C A Wright Construction KTM||Builth Wells|
|25||Harry Bebb||Mid Wales Leisure Fantic||Llanidloes|
|40||Ted Deacon||Rogue MX/Backyard Design GASGAS||Cheltenham|
|43||Markuss Kalnins||CCM Racing/Loredo Husqvarna||Louth|
|46||Harry Shand||KTM||Isle of Man|
|55||Ryan Waggott||Team Hutch Racing KTM||Carlisle|
|78||Roan Delaney||Carbon Comps KTM||Lydney|
|82||Ashden Barlow||723 Racebikes/TLD/CI Sport/Spy/DEP/KAIS/A Vision Fantic||Chelmsford|
|96||Alfie Crealock-Lovell||Marsh MX Husqvarna||Port Talbot|
|99||Jake Walker||Mr T`s Racing/SCT/RMJ KTM||Wirral|
|104||Reece Jones||SJP Moto KTM||Great Houghton|
|114||Freddie Gardiner||Team Matt Gardiner MX KTM||Gloucester|
|118||Max Smith||Redline Motorcycles KTM||Ashton|
|121||Max Walsham||121 Stylish Prints OutPatient Network Yamaha||Milton Keynes|
|145||Braidy Tucker||SJP/Moto-Slik Design/57 Tyres/Motoverde KTM||Newport|
|148||Declan Wright||SPS Motorcycle/FTS Suspension KTM||Sheffield|
|191||Kayden Smith||PP Sports Yamaha||Bungay|
|199||Lewis Bethell||Nora CRS/VIP Motocross/EBC Brakes Husqvarna||Northampton|
|226||Sam Hughes||Digga Rentals/FIR Racing/Ace Suspension KTM||Oswestry|
|307||Alfie Lewis||TA365Roll/Perfect Impressions/ERS Susp Yamaha||Ellesmere|
|323||Beau Brown||AGR Motorsport KTM||Isle of Man|
|372||Leon Northall||ERS Suspension/Motoverde KTM||Ellesmere|
|433||Kai Thorpe||Eastwood Plant Hire Yamaha||Eastwood|
|480||Kasimir Hindesson||MotoPalvelu KTM||Finland|
|526||Cody Spacagna||Trevor Pope M/C LRS/Ironsight/King & Stevens KTM||Eastleigh|
|538||Billy Thornton||Rapid 538 Clothing KTM||York|
|555||Cole McCullough||Milwaukee KTM||Ireland|
|741||Harrison Clarke||FBRT/MJW/Syntol KTM||Rotherham|
£100,000 Reasons to race British Motocross with Nora Pro Championship
Following the first few press releases, we are pleased to announce the upcoming payouts and prize money for the new series. We believe that the riders who risk everything to compete in what is arguably the World’s most exciting sport, deserve to earn as much as possible.
We are pleased to announce that the Nora Pro Championship will have a £94,500 payout over the six rounds for the riders and a further £4,200 in payouts for teams, giving the overall Championship a purse of £98,700.
Prize money for riders will be paid out per race, with two MX2 races, two MX1 races and one Superpole. Plenty of opportunities for riders to get rewarded.
|Position||Prize Money Per Race (5 races)||Team Overall on the day|
The prize fund per event is £15,750 for riders and £700 for teams.
The total Prize fund for the six-round series will be an incredible £98,700 paid out to riders and teams in 2024.
The prize fund and the format we have chosen will make the event one of the most exciting series in the UK next year and attract some good riders from Europe to battle it out with the British riders. The racing should be fantastic to watch with riders receiving good financial rewards that will make the live streaming exciting for those at home watching these fun action-packed 20-minute plus 2-lap races.
News on title sponsor, tracks, teams, riders, entries and partners will be released as a priority.
The interest in the series so far from teams, riders and the industry has been staggering. For media and sponsorship please direct all contact to James Burfield – [email protected]
BREAKING NEWS: Nora Pro Championship dates released
Just in. The dates have been selected for the new Nora Pro Championship for 2024. Whilst there are no surprises that there were going to be clashing it still allows riders to race on a Saturday and a Sunday if they want to ride two championships. The good news we hear is the prize fund is substantial and if facts are correct the biggest prize fund in European Motocross. More information will be released this week. PR Below.
We are pleased to announce the dates agreed for the 2024 championship. As you can imagine this was extremely difficult and we had to take some time to deliberate because we didn’t want to clash with the Bridgestone Championship as this will act as the feeder series to the Pro Championship, the Dirtstore British Championship, the Nora British Cup, and some European EMX races. Whilst taking all these into account it didn’t leave many dates available, and unfortunately, there will be clashes with other series including the Fastest 40. However, with the Fastest 40 running their Pro group on a Saturday and the Nora Pro Championship on Sunday only, we hope this helps.
The dates will be as follows:
24th March 2024 – UK
21st April 2024 – UK
12th May 2024 – Europe
28th July 2024 – UK
25th August – Europe
8th September – UK
Tracks will be released over the next two weeks as contracts are completed. The UK tracks have been agreed and as mentioned in a previous release there will be a brand new UK motocross track that no one has used, a great step in the right direction when so many tracks are being closed.
A huge thank you for the support and feedback that we have received already and we are taking that into account. We believe in open communication so we will explain every decision openly to offer clarity.
We are working very hard behind the scenes and are implementing everything to make this championship one of the most professional in Europe. Our only goal is to raise the bar of British motocross.
New website, title sponsor, tracks, European races, partners, features, teams and riders will be released over the coming weeks.
BREAKING NEWS: New Championship for the UK & Europe
We are pleased to release the news that a new championship will start in 2024 with a brand new UK track and offering riders the opportunity to race in Europe for two rounds. The Championship will have title sponsorship that will be announced in the next few weeks and will run under the fastest-growing federation in world motocross, NORA92, who bring with them a wealth of experience.
The Championship will offer the biggest prize money fund for riders in the UK and Europe and work with the Bridgestone championship in creating a pyramid system so riders can progress from youth to professional. With Nora92 already investing heavily into an exciting youth program to support ten youth riders in the UK, everyone involved is working to grow motocross in the UK, reward pro riders and offer a path of progression.
Another new track will join Oakhanger, Oxford Moto Parc and Monster Mountain, and this will increase in 2025 with the addition of further new tracks and facilities, once again focusing on growing the sport in the UK. World-class track builders Alfie Smith and Justin Barclay will create some outstanding tracks, so expect exceptional racing throughout the series.
Every round will be available through a live stream with high-end production, including a studio show, live pit reporting, and teams and riders featured through pre-recorded videos and live from the track. Riders, teams and brands will get maximum exposure when participating in the series with a focus on growing their following. It doesn’t stop there. The series has a media partnership with MX Vice and Planet Motocross (Netherlands & Belgium) to stream each round across their social media channels, with more media to follow.
Race service companies supporting riders and teams are welcome to come to each round and will be in a designated area in the pits to service their customers for free. Rider coaches, media professionals and partners are welcome at all events and must contact us for free accreditation. As well as a Championship for enthusiasts and fans, the Championship is very much for the industry to be part of. Working together in the same direction will grow the sport quicker.
Spectators can visit each round and take advantage of the series’ giant outdoor screen showing all the racing, along with positions and the studio show when racing is not live. Expect clean toilets, bins, and refreshments at affordable prices to offer a pleasant environment for the family.
Dates will be released shortly with the names of the tracks the Championship will be racing in Europe. Setup will be on Saturday, and racing will be on Sunday at every round.
NEW PRO SERIES GROUPS
Super Minis – any cc up to big wheel 85cc – age limit 10yrs to 14yrs
125cc Pro juniors – any cc up to 125cc – age limit 14yrs to 17yrs
MX2 Pro – any cc up to 250cc – age limit 17yrs upwards
MX1 Pro – any cc up to 450cc – age limit 17yrs upwards
Superminis – Products and gifts down to 10th position
125cc Junior Pro – Products and gifts down to 10th position
MX2 Pro -Prize money from 1st to 20th positions and team bonuses for top 3 podium results
MX1 Pro – Prize money from 1st to 20th positions and team bonuses for top 3 podium results
We intend to make entry, travel overseas and paddock parking as painless as possible with packages for border control, route planning and online payment as automated as possible.
The Organisers have a long history and high pedigree in the sport, from founding the Goldentyre Championship and the MX Nationals to running race teams and media agencies.
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