Below is a look at some of the top statistical performers at Darlington Raceway in Darlington, South Carolina going into the Cook Out Southern 500 on Sept. 5 at 6 p.m. ET on NBCSN, MRN and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio (Channel 90).
NASCAR Cup Series Driver Playoff Outlook Following Race No. 26RankDriverPointsRace WinsStage WinsPlayoff PtsPts From Cutoff1Kyle Larson2,05251252472Ryan Blaney2,0243424193Martin Truex Jr.2,0243524194Kyle Busch2,0222522175Chase Elliott2,0212321166Alex Bowman2,0153015107Denny Hamlin2,0150515108William Byron2,014131499Joey Logano2,0131513810Brad Keselowski2,008128311Kurt Busch2,008138312Christopher Bell2,005105013Michael McDowell2,005105014Aric Almirola2,005105015Tyler Reddick2,003033-216Kevin Harvick2,002002-3
NASCAR Cup Series Playoff Fast Facts: Race #1 (Darlington Raceway)
The 2021 season is the second year the NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs has opened at Darlington Raceway (2020-2021). Darlington is the fourth different track to open postseason for the series.New Hampshire Motor Speedway was the first race of the Playoffs from 2004—2010.Chicagoland Speedway was the first race of the Playoffs from 2011—2017.Las Vegas Motor Speedway hosted the first race of the Playoffs from 2018-2019.First Race Of The Playoffs – Race WinnersTrackPlayoff Race WinnersDateNew HampshireKurt BuschSunday, September 19, 2004New HampshireRyan NewmanSunday, September 18, 2005New HampshireKevin HarvickSunday, September 17, 2006New HampshireClint BowyerSunday, September 16, 2007New HampshireGreg BiffleSunday, September 14, 2008New HampshireMark MartinSunday, September 20, 2009New HampshireClint BowyerSunday, September 19, 2010ChicagoTony StewartMonday, September 19, 2011ChicagoBrad KeselowskiSunday, September 16, 2012ChicagoMatt KensethSunday, September 15, 2013ChicagoBrad KeselowskiSunday, September 14, 2014ChicagoDenny HamlinSunday, September 20, 2015ChicagoMartin Truex JrSunday, September 18, 2016ChicagoMartin Truex JrSunday, September 17, 2017Las VegasBrad KeselowskiSunday, September 16, 2018Las VegasMartin Truex JrSunday, September 15, 2019DarlingtonKevin HarvickSunday, September 6, 2020Prior to the 2020 season, Darlington Raceway has hosted just one other Playoff race, the penultimate event in the inaugural Playoffs in 2004. The race was won by seven-time series champion and former Hendrick Motorsports driver Jimmie Johnson. Four times the winner of the opening race of the NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs has gone on to win the championship — 2004, 2011, 2012, and 2017:In 2004 (inaugural Cup Playoffs), Kurt Busch won the opening race of the Playoff at New Hampshire and went on to win the title.In 2011 (race was delayed until Monday due to rain), Tony Stewart won his first race of the Playoffs at Chicagoland Speedway and went on to set the record for the most wins in a Playoff run with five victories and the title.In 2012, Brad Keselowski won the opening Playoff race at Chicagoland Speedway and went on to win the title.In 2017, Martin Truex Jr. won the opening Playoff race at Chicagoland Speedway and went on to win the title.The worst finish in the opening race of the NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs by a driver that went on to win the title was Jimmie Johnson‘s 39th-place finish at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in the 2006 postseason.The worst finish in the opening NASCAR Cup Series Playoff race at Chicagoland Speedway for a driver that went on to win the title was Jimmie Johnson‘s 12th-place finish in 2016.Eventual champions and their finishes at Chicagoland:2015 Kyle Busch — ninth2014 Kevin Harvick — fifth2013 Jimmie Johnson — fifth2012 Brad Keselowski — first2011 Tony Stewart — firstThe worst finish in the opening race of the Playoffs at Las Vegas Motor Speedway by a driver that went on to win the title was Kyle Busch‘s 19th-place finish in 2019.The worst finish in the opening race of the Playoffs at Darlington Raceway by a driver that went on to win the title was Chase Elliott‘s 20th-place finish last season.No non-Playoff driver has ever won the opening race of the NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs.Since the inception of the elimination-style format of the Playoffs in 2014, entering the Playoffs as the No. 1 seed has been the most successful seeding producing three championships among two drivers — Kyle Busch (2015, 2019) and Martin Truex Jr. (2017).The deepest seed an eventual champion has started the NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs was seventh by Kevin Harvick (2014) and Joey Logano (2018).Below are the seedings of the eventual champions as they entered the Playoffs (2014-2020):Kevin Harvick, 2014 (seventh seed)Kyle Busch, 2015 (No. 1 seed)Jimmie Johnson, 2016 (fifth seed)Martin Truex Jr., 2017 (No. 1 seed)Joey Logano, 2018 (seventh seed)Kyle Busch, 2019 (No. 1 seed)Chase Elliott, 2020 (fifth seed)
NASCAR Cup Series 2021 Top 16 in the Driver Standings at Darlington Raceway
RankDriverRacesPolesWinsTop FivesTop 10sDNFsAverage FinishDriver Rating1Kyle Larson7004606.0111.52Martin Truex Jr180239011.2103.93Ryan Blaney90001019.074.14Kyle Busch1901613010.7103.15Chase Elliott90024217.290.36Alex Bowman80012017.179.97Denny Hamlin1813101407.4107.38William Byron61022118.787.19Joey Logano150047114.791.110Brad Keselowski151157011.396.111Kurt Busch2720411316.386.412Michael McDowell120000428.347.613Christopher Bell40000020.866.714Aric Almirola120002218.569.815Tyler Reddick40001013.881.016Kevin Harvick27231116112.6104.4
* — Based on last 19 races at Darlington Raceway (2005 — 2021).
Darlington Raceway Data
Season Race #: 27 of 36 (09-05-21)
Playoff Race #: 1 of 10
Track Size: 1.366-miles
Banking/Turns 1 & 2: 25 degrees
Banking/Turns 3 & 4: 23 degrees
Banking/Frontstretch: 6 degrees
Banking/Backstretch: 6 degrees
Frontstretch Length: 1,229 feet
Backstretch Length: 1,229 feet
Race Length: 367 laps / 501.3 miles
Stage 1 Length: 115 laps
Stage 2 Length: 115 laps
Final Stage Length: 137 laps
Top 12 Driver Ratings at Darlington
Kyle Larson ……………………….. 111.5
Denny Hamlin……………………… 107.3
Kevin Harvick……………………… 104.4
Martin Truex Jr……………………. 103.9
Kyle Busch…………………………. 103.1
Erik Jones………………………….. 100.0
Brad Keselowski……………………. 96.1
Joey Logano………………………… 91.1
Chase Elliott…………………………. 90.3
William Byron……………………….. 87.1
Ryan Newman………………………. 87.0
Kurt Busch…………………………… 86.4Note: Driver Ratings compiled from 2005-2021 races (19 total) among active drivers at Darlington Raceway.
2020 Darlington #1 pole winner:
None — Qualifying by Random Draw
Brad Keselowski — Started 1st
2020 Darlington #2 pole winner:
None — Qualifying by Inverting Field
Ryan Preece — Started 1st
2020 Southern 500 pole winner:
None — Qualifying by Metric Qualifying
Chase Elliott — Started 1st
Track qualifying record:
Aric Almirola, Ford
184.145 mph, 26.705 secs., April, 11, 2014
(Set in Round 1 of 2)
2020 Darlington #1 race winner:
Kevin Harvick, Ford
115.815 mph, (03:27:21), May 17, 2020
2020 Darlington #2 race winner:
Denny Hamlin, Toyota
104.984 mph, (02:42:23), May 20, 2020
2020 Southern 500 winner:
Kevin Harvick, Ford
132.256 mph, (03:47:26), Sept. 6, 2020
Track race record (500 miles):
Matt Kenseth, Toyota
141.383 mph, (03:32:45), 05-11-13
At Darlington Raceway:
Darlington Raceway was built as a 1.25-mile paved superspeedway in 1949-1950.Darlington Raceway hosted the first 500-mile race in NASCAR history and the first on asphalt on Sept. 4, 1950 — 75 cars competed in the event – Curtis Turner won the pole at 82.034 mph, and the race was won by Johnny Mantz (Plymouth, 75.250 mph, 6:38:40).The track was re-measured to 1.375 miles in 1953.The track was re-configured to 1.366 miles following the spring race in 1970.The track was repaved in 1995.The 2005 race was the first Saturday night race at Darlington.The track was repaved again prior to the 2008 season.There have been 120 NASCAR Cup Series races held at Darlington Raceway.
A total of 744 different drivers have competed in at least one NASCAR Cup Series race at Darlington Raceway; 463 drivers have competed in more than one race at Darlington.NASCAR Hall of Famer Richard Petty leads the NASCAR Cup Series in starts at Darlington with 65.Kevin Harvick and Kurt Busch lead all active series drivers in starts at Darlington with 27 each.A total of 124 different drivers have made their NASCAR Cup Series career debut at Darlington Raceway; the most recent was T.J. Bell (May 7, 2011).Fred Lorenzen (16 starts) leads the NASCAR Cup Series in average starting position at Darlington with a 3.688.Denny Hamlin leads all active drivers in the series in average starting position at Darlington with a 8.778 in 18 starts.
Top 10 in Average Starting Position at Darlington Raceway (All-Time and Active)
RankAll-Time DriversAvg StartRacesRankActive DriversAvg StartRaces1Fred Lorenzen3.688161Denny Hamlin8.778182David Pearson6.277472Brad Keselowski9.000153Frank Mundy6.66733Kyle Larson10.28674Fonty Flock7.00084Joey Logano10.467155Jeff Gordon7.000365William Byron11.83366Scott Pruett7.00026Chase Elliott11.88997Dick Hutcherson7.20057Ryan Blaney11.88998Fireball Roberts7.200208Kurt Busch11.963279Bob Burdick7.50029Ryan Newman12.0402510Pete Hamilton7.600510Kevin Harvick13.59327
A total of 51 different NASCAR Cup Series drivers have won at least one pole at Darlington Raceway.Six of the 51 NASCAR Cup Series Darlington pole winners are active this weekend.RankActive Pole WinnersPoles1Kevin Harvick22Kurt Busch23Brad Keselowski14Denny Hamlin15Ryan Newman16William Byron1NASCAR Hall of Famer David Pearson leads the NASCAR Cup Series in poles at Darlington Raceway with 12 poles – (1967, ‘70, ‘72, ‘73 sweep, ‘75 sweep, ‘76 sweep, ‘77, ‘78 and ‘82)Pearson‘s 12 Darlington poles are tied with NASCAR Hall of Famer Cale Yarborough (12 poles at Daytona) for the second-most poles all-time at a single track in the NASCAR Cup Series. Pearson also holds the series record with 14 poles at Charlotte.Kurt Busch (2001, 2013) and Kevin Harvick (2014, 2017) lead all active drivers in poles at Darlington with two each.Curtis Turner won the inaugural pole at Darlington Raceway in 1950 in an Oldsmobile with a speed of 82.034 mph.Youngest Darlington pole winner: William Byron (09/01/2019 — 21 years, 9 months, 3 days).Oldest Darlington pole winner: David Pearson (09/06/1982 — 47 years, 8 months, 15 days).In total, nine drivers have won consecutive poles at Darlington Raceway — most recently Kasey Kahne (2004, 2005).David Pearson holds the record for most consecutive poles at Darlington with five straight (1975 – 1977).Eight drivers have posted their first career NASCAR Cup Series pole at Darlington Raceway.First-Time Pole WinnersSeasonDriver’s AgeClint Bowyer200727Elliott Sadler200327Kurt Busch200123John Andretti199532Ken Schrader198731Bill Elliott198125Fred Lorenzen196126Cotton Owens195733
A total of 12 different manufacturers have won at least one pole in the NASCAR Cup Series at Darlington Raceway.
Ford leads the NASCAR Cup Series in poles at Darlington Raceway with 43 poles; followed by Chevrolet (22), Mercury (13), Pontiac (10), Dodge (8), Buick (3), Oldsmobile (3), Plymouth (3), Toyota (2), Chrysler (1), Hudson (1) and Studebaker (1).
A total of 51 different NASCAR Cup Series drivers have won at Darlington Raceway.Six of the 51 NASCAR Cup Series Darlington race winners are active this weekend.RankActive Race WinnersWinsSeasons1Kevin Harvick32020-3, 2020-1, 20142Denny Hamlin32020-2, 2017, 20103Martin Truex Jr22021, 20164Erik Jones120195Brad Keselowski120186Kyle Busch12008NASCAR Hall of Famer David Pearson leads the NASCAR Cup Series in victories at Darlington Raceway with 10 wins (1968, ‘70, ‘72, ‘73, ‘74, ‘76 sweep, ‘77, ‘79, 80); followed by Dale Earnhardt with nine and Jeff Gordon with seven.Denny Hamlin (2010, 2017, 2020-2) and Kevin Harvick (2014, 2020-1, 2020-3) lead all active drivers with three wins each.Youngest series Darlington winner: Kyle Busch (5/10/2008 — 23 years, 0 months, 8 days).Oldest series Darlington winner: Harry Gant (09/01/1991 — 51 years, 7 months, 22 days).13 drivers in the NASCAR Cup Series have posted consecutive wins at Darlington; Dale Earnhardt (1989-1990) and Jeff Gordon (1995-1996) are tied for the series-most consecutive wins at Darlington with three each.Six drivers have posted their first career NASCAR Cup Series win at Darlington Raceway: Johnny Mantz (1950), Nelson Stacy (1961), Larry Frank (1962), Terry Labonte (1980), Lake Speed (1988) and Regan Smith (2011).A total of 11 different drivers have won from the pole at Darlington Raceway in the NSCAR cup Series.NASCAR Hall of Famer David Pearson leads the series in wins from the pole at Darlington with four wins (1971, 1972, 1976 sweep).Kevin Harvick is the only active driver to win from the pole (2014) at Darlington.20 of the 120 (16.667%) NASCAR Cup Series races at Darlington Raceway have been won from the pole or first starting position; the most recent was Kevin Harvick in 2014.The first starting position is the most proficient starting position in the field, producing more winners (20) than any other starting position at Darlington. The outside front row (second-place) has produced the second-most wins (17).
NASCAR Cup Series Wins by Starting Positions at Darlington Raceway
Starting PositionWinsWinning %Starting PositionWinsWinning %12016.67%1132.50%21714.17%1210.83%31310.83%1332.50%497.50%1421.67%51210.00%1532.50%654.17%1610.83%743.33%2321.67%875.83%3110.83%986.67%3721.67%1065.00%4310.83%Additional StatisticsWinning %WinsWinning from the first Starting Position:16.67%20Winning from the Front Row:30.83%37Winning from a top-five Starting Position:59.17%71Winning from a top-10 Starting Position:84.17%101Winning after Starting Outside the top 20:5.00%6The deepest in the field that a race winner has started at Darlington is 43rd by Johnny Mantz in 1950 — the inaugural NASCAR Cup Series event held at the historic raceway.Kurt Busch leads the series among active drivers with the most NASCAR Cup Series starts at Darlington without visiting Victory Lane at 27; followed by Ryan Newman with 25.Hendrick Motorsports has the most wins by an organization at Darlington in the NASCAR Cup Series with 14 victories — Tim Richmond (1986), Ricky Rudd (1991), Jeff Gordon (1995, ‘96 sweep, ‘97, ‘98, ‘02, ‘07), Terry Labonte (2003), Jimmie Johnson (2004 sweep and 2012) and Mark Martin (2009).A total of 11 different manufacturers have won in the series at Darlington; led by Chevrolet with 41 victories; followed by Ford (31), Mercury (10), Oldsmobile (six), Toyota (eight), Dodge (five), Pontiac (five), Buick (four), Plymouth (four), Hudson (three) and American Motor Company (two).
ADDITIONAL FINISHING POSITIONS
A total of 62 different NASCAR Cup Series drivers have finished runner-up at Darlington Raceway, led by NASCAR Hall of Famers Darrell Waltrip and Richard Petty with eight second-place finishes each.Denny Hamlin leads all active drivers in second-place finishes at Darlington with three.
Top Five In Runner-Up Finishes at Darlington Raceway (All-Time & Active)
RankAll-Time DriversRunner-UpsRankActive DriversRunner-Ups1Darrell Waltrip81Denny Hamlin32Richard Petty82Kevin Harvick23David Pearson7Kyle Busch24Mark Martin6Kyle Larson25Fireball Roberts45Alex Bowman1Jeff Gordon4Austin Dillon1Brad Keselowski1Joey Logano1Kurt Busch1Ryan Newman1
A total of 141 different drivers have finished in the top-five at Darlington Raceway, led by NASCAR Hall of Famer Richard Petty with 25 top-five finishes.Kevin Harvick leads all active NASCAR Cup Series drivers in top-five finishes at Darlington with 11.
Top Five in Top-Five Finishes at Darlington Raceway (All-Time & Active)
RankAll-Time DriversTop FiveRankActive DriversTop Five1Richard Petty251Kevin Harvick112David Pearson242Denny Hamlin103Bill Elliott223Ryan Newman74Dale Earnhardt194Kyle Busch65Jeff Gordon195Brad Keselowski5
A total of 233 different series drivers have posted top-10 finishes at Darlington Raceway, led by NASCAR Hall of Famer Bill Elliott with 35.Kevin Harvick leads all active series drivers in top 10s at Darlington with 16 top 10s.
Top Five in Top-10 Finishes at Darlington Raceway (All-Time & Active)
RankAll-Time DriversTop 10RankActive DriversTop 101Bill Elliott351Kevin Harvick162Richard Petty342Denny Hamlin143David Pearson303Ryan Newman144Bobby Allison264Kyle Busch135Mark Martin265Kurt Busch11
Average Finishing Position:
Bob Burdick leads the NASCAR Cup Series in average finishing position at Darlington Raceway with a 3.0 in two starts.Kyle Larson leads all active drivers in the NASCAR Cup Series in average finishing position at Darlington with a 6.0 in seven starts.
Top 10 in Average Finishing Position at Darlington Raceway (All-Time & Active)
RankAll-Time DriversAvg StartRacesRankActive DriversAvg StartRaces1Bob Burdick3.00021Kyle Larson6.00072Kyle Larson6.00072Erik Jones7.00073Erik Jones7.00073Denny Hamlin7.389184Denny Hamlin7.389184Kyle Busch10.737195Marty Robbins8.00025Martin Truex Jr11.167186Shorty Rollins9.00026Brad Keselowski11.333157Bill Elliott9.365527Austin Dillon12.400108Herb Thomas10.42978Kevin Harvick12.630279Nelson Stacy10.50069Ryan Newman12.7202510Kyle Busch10.7371910Tyler Reddick13.7504
TRACK / EVENT STATS
Since the advent of electronic scoring in 1993, the closest margin of victory in the NASCAR Cup Series at Darlington Raceway is the March 16, 2003 race won by Ricky Craven with a margin of victory of 0.002 second over Kurt Busch. Darlington‘s 0.002 sec. margin of victory is tied with the 2011 Spring Talladega race as the closest finishes in the series using electronic scoring.
Top Five Closest Margins of Victory at Darlington Raceway
Margin Of VictoryDateRace WinnerRunner-Up0.0023/16/2003Ricky CravenKurt Busch0.1323/21/2004Jimmie JohnsonBobby Labonte0.1448/31/1997Jeff GordonJeff Burton0.1693/23/1997Dale JarrettTed MusgraveFour NASCAR Cup Series races have resulted in a NASCAR Overtime finish at Darlington Raceway:Race WinnerDateScheduled No. Of LapsActual No. Of LapsNASCAR Overtime LapsKevin Harvick4/12/20143673747Jimmie Johnson5/12/20123673681Regan Smith5/7/20113673703Greg Biffle5/7/20053673703Nine of the 118 races at Darlington Raceway have been shortened from their scheduled number of laps; the most recent was earlier this season.DateScheduled LapsActual Laps Fewer LapsRace WinnerWednesday, May 20, 202022820820Denny HamlinSunday, September 3, 200036732839Bobby LabonteSunday, September 5, 199936727097Jeff BurtonSunday, March 21, 1999293164129Jeff BurtonSunday, September 5, 199336735116Mark MartinSunday, September 6, 199236729869Darrell WaltripSunday, September 6, 1987367202165Dale EarnhardtSunday, April 13, 1980367189178David PearsonMonday, September 1, 1969367230137LeeRoy YarbroughMonday, September 1, 19583673643Fireball RobertsQualifying has been cancelled due to weather conditions in the NASCAR Cup Series at Darlington Raceway seven times: 1952, 1993, 2001, 2002, 2004 and 2016. The most recent qualifying (2020) was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic restrictions and instead was determined by a random draw or inverted field.
In total 174 different drivers in the NASCAR Cup Series have led at least one lap at Darlington Raceway.Dale Earnhardt leads the NASCAR Cup Series in laps led at Darlington Raceway with 2,648 laps led in 44 series starts.Kevin Harvick leads all active NASCAR Cup Series drivers with 792 laps led in 27 starts.The most laps led in a NASCAR Cup Series race at Darlington Raceway by the race winner was 351 laps of the scheduled 400 laps (87%) by Johnny Mantz on September 4, 1950. He started the race from the 43rd position.The most laps led in a NASCAR Cup Series race at Darlington Raceway by a driver that did not win the race was 284 laps of the scheduled 367 laps (77%) by Kyle Larson on September 2, 2018. He started the race from the second position.The fewest laps led in a NASCAR Cup Series race at Darlington Raceway by the race winner was just the final lap by Ricky Craven on March 16, 2003. He started the race from the 31st position.
Top 10 Lap Leaders at Darlington Raceway (All-Time & Active)
RankAll-Time DriversLedCompleted% LedRankActive DriversLedCompleted% Led1Dale Earnhardt2,64814,01119%1Kevin Harvick7929,0039%2Richard Petty2,39117,12014%2Kyle Busch7256,58511%3David Pearson2,11612,53617%3Martin Truex Jr6926,30411%4Jeff Gordon1,74411,45815%4Denny Hamlin5986,2999%5Darrell Waltrip1,72316,39511%5Kyle Larson5002,50120%6Cale Yarborough1,64712,95913%6Brad Keselowski3845,1967%7Bobby Allison1,60112,63013%7Kurt Busch3658,9444%8Harry Gant1,0889,14412%8Ryan Newman3398,5374%9Bill Elliott98017,4776%9Chase Elliott1512,8455%10Fireball Roberts9164,57220%10Joey Logano1225,1332%
Female Competitor Stats
Three female drivers have competed at Darlington Raceway in the NASCAR Cup Series — Danica Patrick, Janet Guthrie and Shawna Robinson.Active DriversStarting PositionFinishing PositionDateDanica Patrick33269/3/2017Danica Patrick25249/4/2016Danica Patrick30429/6/2015Danica Patrick33224/12/2014Danica Patrick40285/11/2013Danica Patrick38315/12/2012Averages33.228.8Inactive DriversStarting PositionFinishing PositionDateJanet Guthrie26169/5/1977Shawna Robinson42423/17/2002
NASCAR IN SOUTH CAROLINA
South Carolina has hosted a total of 315 NASCAR national series races among 10 different tracks.Track NameCityCupXfinityTruckCombinedFirst YearDarlington RacewayDarlington1206281901950Coastal SpeedwayMyrtle Beach20021956Columbia SpeedwayColumbia4300431951Gamecock SpeedwaySumter10011960Greenville-Pickens SpeedwayGreenville2920311951Hartsville SpeedwayHartsville10011961Lancaster SpeedwayLancaster20021957Newberry SpeedwayNewberry10011957Piedmont Interstate FairgroundsSpartanburg2200221953Rambi Race TrackMyrtle Beach9130221958Totals230778315The first NASCAR Cup Series race held in the state of South Carolina was at Darlington Raceway on Sept. 4, 1950 — the event was won by Johnny Mantz in a Plymouth.
SOUTH CAROLINA IN NASCAR
A total of 140 different drivers have made at least one NASCAR national series start with their home state recorded as South Carolina.James Hylton leads all NASCAR drivers from South Carolina with the most NASCAR national series starts with 607.Three drivers from South Carolina have been inducted into the NASCAR Hall of Fame — David Pearson, Cale Yarborough and Cotton Owens.11 drivers from South Carolina have won at least one race in NASCAR‘s three national series; seven have won in the NASCAR Cup Series.DriverCupXfinityTrucksCombinedDavid Pearson10510106Cale Yarborough830083Cotton Owens9009Tiny Lund5005James Hylton2002Johnny Allen1001Joe Eubanks1001Larry Pearson015015Jason Keller010010Butch Lindley0606Jeremy Clements0101Totals206330239
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