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This season has been one to put in the record books at Humboldt Speedway.
Approaching the last race of the season the USRA modified division has caught the attention of a lot of racers thinking they can reel in a win at the hummer. Tad Davis has the most wins this season with 4 but trails 2012 point champion John Allen by 40 points and only has 2 wins. Davis has definitely beat Allen on mileage getting to the speedway with John making his haul from Chanute and Davis from Mount Hope Ks, Davis leads Allen by 4800 hwy miles this summer. Scott Daniels trails Davis by 352 in route to keeping his perfect attendance going. Chase Domer has slowly climbed the ladder to land himself in 4th in points after missing a few nights early on in the season. Dennis Bishop who wasn’t quite ready for the races in march finds himself in the 5th spot making 15 of the 18 races. 392 drivers have signed in through the season just under the 400 that is needed to collect full payout from USRA at seasons end banquet.
Rays Metal Depot USRA B-mods have another close point battle Jimmy Davis leads the field into the last night driving his J&J tire 01 car. Jimmy aimed high once again this year with having won 4 titles in previous years, says his key to excellence is preparation before getting to the track. Tim Vangotten looks to break that streak only trailing by 13 points, Tim has had his ups and downs through the season but the second half of the season he has been spot on making his way to the front of the field every night. Tyler Kidwell could spoil the deal for both drivers knowing he is only 1 point behind Vangotten you can bet his left rear spring wont fall out this week. Tim Phillips may be an underdog but he is not one to count out since he has more races under his belt at numerous tracks this season more than any other driver racing for points at the speedway. Michael Letterman hasn’t had the season he thought after changing cars midseason, but has made every race and built a sport compact for his wife to drive in his spare time. B-mods need 23 cars to check in this week in order to get full points money as they have 277 cars checked in through the year.
USRA Stock Car points are pretty much locked up with Patrick Kay on the point and being the only driver to make every race this year. Tyler James undefeated streak finally came to an end last week after his crew decided they wanted to see if he could win from the back of the field but still sits 2nd in points. Scott Collins is 3rd in points and right behind him is last weeks feature winner Devin Irvin who picked up his first ever victory at the Hummer. Chance Stevenson of Iola rounds out the top 5 but has yet to make it back the track the second half of the season. Only 100 drivers have checked in this year in the stock car class but it has definitely been some of the tightest racing at the speedway.
Pure Stock racer Chris Churning of Chanute leads Wayne Johnson of Humboldt in the standings by 115 points. Churning has had the season of his life winning multiple features through the season and don’t count on him letting up this Friday. Wayne’s win the first night of the season got him a jump start on the point battle but it looks as he will finish 2nd beating out Donald McIntosh, multi-time champion and crowd favorite Derek Wilson. Joey Decoster will finish 5th in his first full season of racing with us at Humboldt.
First Season for Sport compacts has seen the class grow little by little. Tyler Davis who has been the driver to beat all season long is in a new car that has helped him carry the point lead going into the last night. Tevyn James who we think has had a better season than his older brother Tyler James did his first year has some big shoes to fill. Tevyn is the only other driver to make every race this year in the sport compact class and sits 946 points behind Davis. Aaron Farwell who has 1 win on the season is 3rd in points followed by late arrival Kourtney Letterman and Drake Barker.
Points will wrap up this Friday night in all classes at the speedway, there will be no shortage of racing as the Utv class will be practicing at intermission in their warm up for the Debut at the School bus races Saturday Septermber the 5th.These last two weeks are nights you wont want to miss!
Photo: Andrew Towne
Each week, veteran drivers are willing to travel a great distance, several hundred miles in many cases, to compete at a place with a reputation for tough competition, great conditions, and atmosphere like none other, Humboldt Speedway.
One such driver is Devin Irvin, who has been making the trek from Cleveland, Mo. to the Hummer High Banks on a regular basis of late. A racer since the early 80’s, Irvin recorded his first Humboldt feature win the elite “Stock Car” division Friday night. Tyler James finished second in the event, with Patrick Kay, Scott Collins, and Jason Thurman completing the top five.
USRA Modified driver Tad Davis posted his fourth feature win of the season, the first driver to do so in 2015. Tanner Mullens of Wichita, Ks. claimed the runner up spot,
with John Allen ( who is locked in a tight points battle with Davis for the season points championship) finishing third. Cody Schniepp was fourth, while Chase Sigg battled his way into fifth.
Randy Zimmerman out dueled Riley Whitworth to take the B-Mod feature win this week. Finishing third was Brian McGowen, while Tyler Kidwell finished fourth, despite the absence of his left rear spring which made for tricky handling. Fifth place went to Tim Phillips.
In Pure Stock action, Derrek Wilson returned to victory lane , with current points leader Mike Churning as runner up. Wayne Johnson scored third, Bryce Weldon fourth, and Don McIntosh fifth.
Tyler Davis padded his claim to Season Champion in Sport Compact with one more victory. Tevyn James raced his way to second, Kourtney Letterman third, and Ken Colston fourth.
The annual Mechanics Race rounded out Friday’s show; Chris Churning, Doug Hannah, and Adrian VanGotten were the top trio in Pure Stock. Stock Car division featured a one two three combo of Matthew Kay, Chris Kircher, and Jerry Kustenborter, Jr. In the combined B-Mod/A-Mod event, it was Jason McGowen and Trent Morrison.
Next week marks the end of Humboldt Speedway’s 2015 season. It will be the final points night of the year, and the ladies will compete in the Powder Puff races.
Coming Sept. 5, School Bus races.
Ray’s Metal Depot USRA B-Mod
A FEATURE 1, Randy Zimmerman. 2, Riley Whitworth. 3, Brian McGowen. 4, Tyler Kidwell. 5, Tim Phillips. 6, Tim VanGotten. 7, Jimmie Davis. 8, Jim Body. 9, Mark Hunziger. 10, Mike Letterman. 11, Kenton Allen. 12, Luke Phillips. 13, Jake Storrer.
HEAT 1 1, Randy Zimmerman. 2, Riley Whitworth. 3, Tyler Kidwell. 4, Mark Hunziger. 5, Tim Phillips. 6, Mike Letterman. 7, Kenton Allen. 8, Cody Vink.
HEAT 2 1, Jimmie Davis. 2, Lucas Isaacs. 3, Brian McGowen. 4, Luke Phillips. 5, Tim VanGotten. 6, Jake Storrer.
McCarthy Auto Group USRA Modified
A FEATURE 1, Tad Davis. 2, Tanner Mullens. 3, John Allen. 4, Cody Schniepp. 5, Chase Sigg. 6,Dennis Bishop. 7, Jeremy Chambers. 8, Paden Phillips. 9, Chase Domer. 10, Scott Daniels. 11, Colton Eck. 12, Mike Lawrence. 13, Gene Hogan. 14, Jim Body. 15, Allan Broers. 16, Jesse Folk Jr.
HEAT 1 1, Dennis Bishop. 2, Cody Schniepp. 3, Jeremy Chambers. 4, Chase Sigg. 5, Jesse Folk Jr. 6, Gene Hogan. 7, Colton Eck. 8, Mike Lawrence.
HEAT 2 1, Tanner Mullens. 2, John Allen. 3, Tad Davis. 4, Chase Domer. 5, Scott Daniels. 6, Allan Broers. 7, Paden Phillips. 8, Jim Body.
Whitworth Construction Pure Stock
A FEATURE 1, Derrek Wilson. 2, Mike Churning. 3, Wayne Johnson. 4, Bryce Weldon. 5, Donald McIntosh. 6, Stetson Deets. 7, Mitchell Coulter. 8, Zoe Hannah. 9, Ethan Vance. 10, Mike Kay. 11, Keith Bradley. 12, Jon Westhoff. 13, Krew Walburn. 14, Joey DeCoster.
HEAT 1 1, Bryce Weldon. 2, Wayne Johnson. 3, Ethan Vance. 4, Mitchell Coulter. 5, Krew Walburn. 6, Mike Kay. 7, Joey DeCoster.
HEAT 2 1, Mike Churning. 2, Derrek Wilson. 3, Donald McIntosh. 4, Zoe Hannah. 5, Jon Westhoff. 6, Keith Bradley. 7, Stetson Deets.
A FEATURE 1, Tyler Davis. 2, Tevyn James. 3, Kourtney Letterman. 4, Ken Colston. 5, Mitchell Pietz. 6, Tuker Davis.
HEAT 1 1, Tyler Davis. 2, Tevyn James. 3, Kourtney Letterman. 4, Mitchell Pietz. 5, Drake Barker. 6, Tuker Davis. 7, Ken Colston.
A FEATURE 1, Devin Irvin. 2, Tyler James. 3, Patrick Kay. 4, Scott Collins. 5, Daryl Drake. 6, Jason Thurman.
HEAT 1 1, Tyler James. 2, Devin Irvin. 3, Scott Collins. 4, Jason Thurman. 5, Patrick Kay. 6, Daryl Drake.
MODIFIED / BMOD: Jason McGowen, Trent Morrison, Mystery Driver, Jim Boyd II, Tyler Wilson, Tim Stinnett, Kenny Phillips, Cliff Hogan, Hunter Hutson, Kenny Phillips
STOCK CAR: Matthew Kay, Chris Kircher, Jerry Kustanborter, Brent Audiss, Clint Drake
PURE STOCK: Chris Churning, Doug Hannah, Adrian VanGotten, Brian Walburn, Chase Gore, Chris Northcutt, William Franklin
Jason Hughes added to his incredible record at the Humboldt Speedway Friday night, winning the 40-lap main event in round 2 of the Hunt for the USMTS Casey's Cup powered by S&S Fishing & Rental.
In running up his USMTS career win total to 126, the 41-year-old from Watts, Okla., racked up his 12th triumph at 'The Hummer' in the 41 USMTS events held here.
The win was worth $3,000 and also propelled the 2010 USMTS National Champion into fourth in the championship points standings. Two nights ago, he came into 'The Hunt' ranked 15th.
Despite leading all 40 laps of the caution-free contest from the outside of the front row, the road to victory was anything but easy.
Polesitter Zack VanderBeek battled door to door and kept the leader within striking distance early on while also fending off challenges from Johnny and Stormy Scott.
Stormy Scott, who debuted a new, self-owned team just two weeks ago, got around his twin brother on lap 20 and then found a way by VanderBeek ten laps later.
Not long after that, the 2012 King of America winner was on the rear bumper of Hughes, who claimed the King of America in March of this year.
As the two raced through traffic, Hughes tried numerous lines to dive in and out of lapped cars while Scott searched relentlessly for a way around the leader.
A final bid to duck underneath Hughes in the final corner came up three-tenths of a second short as Hughes crossed the line first while Scott scored his second runner-up finish in as many nights.
VanderBeek, meanwhile, was consistent and smooth as he crossed the finish line close behind in third with points leader Rodney Sanders following in fourth.
Johnny Scott held on for fifth, Cade Dillard steered his Snickers machine to a sixth-place finish, Darron Fuqua came home seventh, Jake Gallardo earned the eighth spot, Dereck Ramirez nabbed ninth and Jesse Sobbing rounded out the top 10.
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United States Modified Touring Series
The Hunt for the USMTS Casey's Cup powered by S&S Fishing & Rental - Round 2 of 15
Humboldt Speedway, Humboldt, Kan.
Friday, Aug. 7, 2015
Showing finishing position, starting position in parentheses, car number, driver, hometown, chassis/engine builder, laps completed and money won. The top 12 drivers in passing points accumulated in the heat races were locked into the "A" Main, with the top 8 re-drawing for starting positions 1-8.
MSD HEAT RACE #1 (8 laps):
1. (1) J17 Jake Gallardo, Las Cruces, N.M.
2. (3) 20 Rodney Sanders, Happy, Texas.
3. (7) 75 Tad Davis, Mount Hope, Kan.
4. (5) 21b Bryce Schniepp, Wichita, Kan.
5. (4) 9D Scott Daniels, Humboldt, Kan.
6. (2) 38 Ronnie Gould III (R), Seminole, Okla.
7. (6) 1T Ryan Taylor (R), Muldrow, Okla.
8. (8) 23k Ben Kates (R), Tonganoxie, Kan.
FAST SHAFTS HEAT RACE #2 (8 laps):
1. (1) 33z Zack VanderBeek, New Sharon, Iowa.
2. (2) 21 David Winslett, Bossier City, La.
3. (8) 12 Jason Hughes, Watts, Okla.
4. (3) IOU1 Brent Larson, Lake Elmo, Minn.
5. (7) 71 Philip Houston, Odessa, Texas.
6. (4) 2 Grant Junghans, Manhattan, Kan.
7. (6) 23 Justin Rexwinkle, South Coffeyville, Okla.
8. (5) 97 Houston Johnson, Kansas City, Mo.
EDELBROCK HEAT RACE #3 (8 laps):
1. (1) 99 Jesse Sobbing (R), Malvern, Iowa.
2. (4) 2s Stormy Scott, Las Cruces, N.M.
3. (2) 22D Daniel Hilsabeck, Adel, Iowa.
4. (3) 40 Brian Green (R), Pierce City, Mo.
5. (6) 52 Chad Davis, Tulsa, Okla.
6. (5) 91 Joe Duvall, Claremore, Okla.
7. (7) 4 Billy Vogel (R), West Fargo, N.D.
PBM PERFORMANCE PRODUCTS HEAT RACE #4 (8 laps):
1. (4) 97 Cade Dillard, Robeline, La.
2. (6) 87 Darron Fuqua, Mayetta, Kan.
3. (2) 33 Al Purkey, Coffeyville, Kan.
4. (3) 227 Chase Domer, Nevada, Mo.
5. (1) 2 Casey Arneson (R), Fargo, N.D.
6. (5) 98 Austin Johnson, Kansas City, Mo.
7. (7) 747 Colton Eck, Goddard, Kan.
HEAT RACE #5 (8 laps):
1. (1) 1st Johnny Scott, Las Cruces, N.M.
2. (2) 07 Cory Crapser (R), Chippewa Falls, Wis.
3. (5) 4R Dereck Ramirez, Woodward, Okla.
4. (7) 186 Jeremy Payne, Springfield, Mo.
5. (4) 98 John Allen, Chanute, Kan.
6. (6) 66 Greg Burt (R), Enid, Okla.
7. (3) 44 Jared Rogers, Tecumseh, Kan.
REAL RACING WHEELS "B" MAIN #1 (15 laps, top 5 advance):
1. (1) 4R Dereck Ramirez, Woodward, Okla.
2. (2) 22D Daniel Hilsabeck, Adel, Iowa.
3. (4) 40 Brian Green (R), Pierce City, Mo.
4. (5) 71 Philip Houston, Odessa, Texas.
5. (3) 21b Bryce Schniepp, Wichita, Kan.
6. (7) 98 John Allen, Chanute, Kan., GRT/Mullins, $90.
7. (8) 2 Grant Junghans, Manhattan, Kan.
8. (6) 9D Scott Daniels, Humboldt, Kan., TRE/Jack's, $75.
9. (9) 98 Austin Johnson, Kansas City, Mo., BillsBuilt/Yancy's, $75.
10. (12) 44 Jared Rogers, Tecumseh, Kan., /AEM, $75.
11. (11) 4 Billy Vogel (R), West Fargo, N.D., LG2/Durham, $90.
12. (10) 1T Ryan Taylor (R), Muldrow, Okla., Xtreme/CNC, $90.
13. (13) 97 Houston Johnson, Kansas City, Mo., Hughes/Yancy's, $75.
REAL RACING WHEELS "B" MAIN #2 (15 laps, top 5 advance):
1. (1) 186 Jeremy Payne, Springfield, Mo.
2. (3) IOU1 Brent Larson, Lake Elmo, Minn.
3. (2) 33 Al Purkey, Coffeyville, Kan.
4. (6) 2 Casey Arneson (R), Fargo, N.D.
5. (4) 227 Chase Domer, Nevada, Mo.
6. (9) 66 Greg Burt (R), Enid, Okla., BillsBuilt/Dunsworth, $90.
7. (8) 91 Joe Duvall, Claremore, Okla.
8. (10) 23 Justin Rexwinkle, South Coffeyville, Okla., JRC/Outlaw, $75.
9. (5) 52 Chad Davis, Tulsa, Okla., RaceCraft/BMS, $75.
10. (7) 38 Ronnie Gould III (R), Seminole, Okla., MBCustom/Mullins, $90.
11. (12) 23k Ben Kates (R), Tonganoxie, Kan., GRT/Mullins, $90.
12. (11) 747 Colton Eck, Goddard, Kan., GRT/Hillsboro, $75.
CASEY'S GENERAL STORES "A" MAIN (40 laps):
1. (2) 12 Jason Hughes, Watts, Okla., Hughes/Mullins, 40, $3000.
2. (8) 2s Stormy Scott, Las Cruces, N.M., LG2/ProPower, 40, $1700.
3. (1) 33z Zack VanderBeek, New Sharon, Iowa, LG2/Sput's, 40, $1200.
4. (10) 20 Rodney Sanders, Happy, Texas, MBCustom/Geddes, 40, $1000.
5. (4) 1st Johnny Scott, Las Cruces, N.M., MBCustom/Mullins, 40, $900.
6. (3) 97 Cade Dillard, Robeline, La., LG2/Geddes, 40, $800.
7. (5) 87 Darron Fuqua, Mayetta, Kan., Venom/Driskell, 40, $700.
8. (6) J17 Jake Gallardo, Las Cruces, N.M., LG2/AOS, 40, $650.
9. (13) 4R Dereck Ramirez, Woodward, Okla., LG2/Cornett, 40, $600.
10. (7) 99 Jesse Sobbing (R), Malvern, Iowa, MBCustom/Sput's, 40, $550.
11. (9) 75 Tad Davis, Mount Hope, Kan., GRT/Mullins, 40, $400.
12. (14) 186 Jeremy Payne, Springfield, Mo., GRT/Durham, 40, $450.
13. (12) 07 Cory Crapser (R), Chippewa Falls, Wis., GRT/Tim's, 40, $425.
14. (16) IOU1 Brent Larson, Lake Elmo, Minn., Shaw/Mullins, 40, $400.
15. (17) 40 Brian Green (R), Pierce City, Mo., MBR/Marti, 40, $375.
16. (15) 22D Daniel Hilsabeck, Adel, Iowa, Hilsabeck/Mullins, 39, $350.
17. (11) 21 David Winslett, Bossier City, La., IRP/TwinCity, 39, $325.
18. (20) 2 Casey Arneson (R), Fargo, N.D., GRT/Durham, 39, $400.
19. (24) 91 Joe Duvall, Claremore, Okla., MBCustom/Wornhor, 39, $300.
20. (21) 21b Bryce Schniepp, Wichita, Kan., Hughes/Mullins, 38, $250.
21. (19) 71 Philip Houston, Odessa, Texas, MBCustom/Geddes, 31, $300.
22. (22) 227 Chase Domer, Nevada, Mo., GRT/Schultz, 23, $250.
23. (23) 2 Grant Junghans, Manhattan, Kan., MBCustom/Sput's, 14, $400.
24. (18) 33 Al Purkey, Coffeyville, Kan., Shark/Hatfield, 4, $250.
(R) = Rookie of the Year contender.
Lap Leader: Hughes 1-40.
Total Laps Led: Hughes 40.
Margin of Victory: 0.301 second.
Provisional Starters: Junghans, Duvall.
Sybesma Graphics Pole Award: Dillard.
Hard Charger: S. Scott (started 8th, finished 2nd).
Next Race: Saturday, Aug. 9, Lucas Oil Speedway, Wheatland, Mo.
Hunt for the Casey's Cup Points: Sanders 264, Sobbing 244, Ramirez 233, Hughes 222, VanderBeek 221, S. Scott 219, Dillard 215, Junghans 205, Arneson 182, Gallardo 180.
Rookie of the Year Points: Sobbing 2023, C. Arneson 1725, Kates 1424, Gould 1162, Austin Arneson 1073.
COMP Cams Engine Builder of the Year Points: Geddes 309, Sput's 265, Mullins 261, Durham 197, Cornett 174.
Manufacturers Championship Points: MBCustom 345, LG2 310, GRT 309, Hughes 262, Hilsabeck 105.
Action kicked off with the Whitworth Construction Pure stock division and it played out just like his season has been, Mike Churning dominated the class once again. Derek Wilson chased Churning the entire race but could never make any ground and the two stayed the same distance the length of the race ending with Churning winning by 3 car lengths over Wilson in 2nd and Trevor Van rounded out the top 3 making his trip from Fort Scott Ks worth the drive.
Rays Metal Depot B-Mods had to put on the most exciting show coming down to the final corner. Andy Bryant worked through the traffic from his sixth starting spot to gain ground on race long leader Mike Striegel. Striegel took the lead on lap 1 and fought off challenges from Dakota Foster early and the 2 put on a clinic the first 10 laps of the feature. With 6 laps remaining Bryant snuck past Foster on the bottom to start running down Striegel in lap traffic. When they took the green it looked as Striegels GRT race car would get his third win of the season. Entering turn 3 Bryant put on a monster slide job, driving his car deep into the corner and letting his car drift up the track and taking Striegel with him to the top of to track only to find a stalled car at the top of turn 4 and slowing Striegel just enough that Bryant would lead the most important lap. Bryant continues to be the USRA national point leader and is another Fort Scott driver. Striegel came up just a half a car length short in the end to finish 2nd, there will be plenty of discussion on what the Wheatland Mo driver could of done different on the 2 hr drive home. Dakota Foster sits 2nd in national points but finishes third on the night beating out a full field of great race cars and some great racing.
The always entertaining Stock cars seen Devin Irwin take the early lead and set sail. Irvin has not yet won a race at the “Hummer” and looked like he would be the one to beat. Patrick Kay had aside by side battle just behind the leader battling it out with Matt Haid in his IMCA style stock car, until lap 10 when Kay broke free and put Irwin in his crosshairs. Two laps later Irwin and Kay were sided by side Irvin chose the bottom grove the entire race and it would eventually cost him the lead with 2 laps remaining Kay drove through the middle of the track to take the lead and go onto win. Irwin held on to a 2nd place finish and newcomer Rusty Etherton made his way to a 3rd place finish and has to be happy making the trek to us from South Coffeyville Ok.
A FEATURE 1, Andy Bryant. 2, Mike Striegel. 3, Dakota Foster. 4, Chad Clancy. 5, Ethan Isaacs. 6, Brian McGowen. 7, Tyler Kidwell. 8, Jake Richards. 9, Tim VanGotten. 10, Tim Phillips.
11, Jimmie Davis. 12, Mike Letterman. 13, Jayden Bears. 14, Mike Tanner. 15, Al Ferguson. 16, Brent Bloom. 17, Dawson Smylie. 18, Riley Whitworth. 19, Ben Stockton. 20, Mark Hunziger. 21, Danan Knott. 22, Kenton Allen.
HEAT 1 1, Mike Striegel. 2, Ethan Isaacs. 3, Tim VanGotten. 4, Tim Phillips. 5, Mike Letterman. 6, Brent Bloom. 7, Mark Hunziger. 8, Al Ferguson.
HEAT 2 1, Chad Clancy. 2, Brian McGowen. 3, Tyler Kidwell. 4, Riley Whitworth. 5, Ben Stockton. 6, Kenton Allen. 7, Dawson Smylie.
HEAT 3 1, Dakota Foster. 2, Andy Bryant. 3, Jake Richards. 4, Mike Tanner. 5, Danan Knott. 6,
Jayden Bears. 7, Jimmie Davis.
A FEATURE 1, Mike Churning. 2, Derrek Wilson. 3, Trever Vann. 4, Wayne Johnson. 5, Donald McIntosh. 6, Jon Westhoff. 7, Devin Phillips. 8, Zoe Hannah. 9, Ethan Vance. 10, Brian Walburn. 11, Aaron Farwell. 12, Norman Mackley.
HEAT 1 1, Mike Churning. 2, Derrek Wilson. 3, Zoe Hannah. 4, Norman Mackley. 5, Devin Phillips 6 Donald McIntosh. 7, Wayne Johnson.
HEAT 2 1, Trever Vann. 2, Ethan Vance. 3, Brian Walburn. 4, Aaron Farwell. 5, Jon Westhoff. 6, Joey DeCoster.
A FEATURE 1, Patrick Kay. 2, Devin Irvin. 3, Rusty Etherton. 4, Jason Thurman. 5, Matt Haid. 6, Rich Boyden. 7, Ken Colston. 8, Daryl Drake.
HEAT 1 1, Devin Irvin. 2, Matt Haid. 3, Patrick Kay. 4, Rusty Etherton. 5, Jason Thurman. 6, Rich Boyden. 7, Daryl Drake. 8, Ken Colston.
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