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:: JUNIOR FORMULA 500s -Apelt’s Competitive Debut Season

Wednesday, May 24, 2017
Redline Media

It’s been an encouraging debut season in the Junior Formula 500 class for Tarhlea Apelt, who has gained a wealth of experience and remained consistently competitive throughout the 2016-17 season.

Having contested around 18 race meetings during her debut since joining the class at the beginning of the season, which is still very much an emerging class in the state of Queensland, 14 of which took place at Brisbane’s Archerfield Speedway, Apelt also competed in selected shows at Toowoomba’s Hi-Tec Oils Speedway, Gatton’s Lockyer Valley Speedway and Rockhampton’s Rocky Speedway.

While Junior Formula 500s have been a learning curve for Apelt, who has a background in Junior Quarter Midgets, the 15-year-old Toowoomba-based racer has certainly held her own this season, having collected 10 heat-race wins and numerous minor podium finishes.

Closing what has been a pleasing season in the best possible manner, Apelt managed to rack up another victory last Saturday night, winning her opening heat race at Archerfield Speedway.

“It’s been a great debut season for us and I’m really enjoying racing in Junior Formula 500s with my family and being able to race against some of my friends,” expressed Apelt.

“Being able to pick up some wins has really given me a lot of added confidence and I have to say a big thanks to my parents (Leigh and Greg), along with team and sponsors for helping to make it all possible.”

Off the back of the experience she’s gained throughout her debut season, Apelt is looking forward to commencing her 2017-18 season, where she hopes to improve on her consistency as a front runner.

Apelt would also like to thank the following sponsors for their valued support throughout the 2016-17 season: Apelt Floors, GW Racing, Toowoomba Car Wreckers, Jak Industries, and The 2 Pak Studio - Toowoomba. Special thanks go to her mum and dad (Leigh and Greg), her younger sister Amity and her grandad Darryl, along with Peter Lack, Nathan Pronger, Dave Whell and Brad Gosney.

To find out more about Apelt and her team, LIKE them on Facebook by searching Apelt Floors Motorsport.


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:: FORMULA 500s -Career-Best Season for Carstairs

Wednesday, May 10, 2017
Redline Media

The 2016-17 season has been a satisfying one for Glenn Carstairs, with the veteran racer’s consistency throughout each race meeting awarding him with a number of impressive results.

Recently winding up what was his sixth season with the class with a third-place finish in last Saturday night’s Bunny Burrowes Memorial at his home track, Narrogin Speedway, Carstairs reached new heights in 2016-17 season; a season which was highlighted with steering his Adam’s Performance prepared Yamaha R6 powered WA # 49 D1 machine to victory in the Western Australian Title at Manjimup Speedway, as well as winning the Perth Motorplex Track Championship. At the Perth Motorplex, he also set a new one-lap record for Formula 500s this season that had stood for nearly a decade

Contesting 15 shows in total, Carstairs remarkably managed to visit the podium in 11 of them, while also racking up five feature-race wins, four of which took place at the Perth Motorplex. His other four results include a fourth and sixth-place finish, a disappointing DNF in the Perth Motorplex season opener, due to a clutch failure while leading comfortably, and a disappointing Australian Title run.

“The 2016-17 season has been very positive for the most part, and we couldn’t have been happier to achieve our maiden state title in the class, as well as taking out the overall Perth Motorplex Track Championship,” commented 43-year-old Carstairs, who was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS), a condition of the central nervous system, seven years ago.

“We’ve really seen an improvement on our consistency this season, which is something we hope to continue into the 2017-18 season. I have to say a huge thank you to my family, my team and our sponsors for their continued support and dedication.”

Beginning his competitive racing career in Junior Sedans, as well as undergoing a brief stint in Formula 500s in the late 1980s, Carstairs, from Wandering in Western Australia, ran Limited Sprintcars for well over a decade, with his highlights in the class including winning multiple Far Western Championships and scoring a number of minor podium finishes in Western Australian Titles.

Being diagnosed with MS later prompted Carstairs’s decision to change classes, returning to Formula 500s, where his previous best result was finishing fifth in the 2014 Australian Title at the Perth Motorplex. Switching from a Hyper chassis to a D1 two seasons ago, Carstairs contested his first campaign on the East Coast last season, participating in the Speedweek Series in Victoria.

Carstairs would like to thank the following supporters: Concrete Mix and Supply, Carstairs Signs and Wandering Smash Repairs. He would also like to give special thanks to his brother and car owner Andrew, his cousin Steven, Rod, Dayan, his eldest brother David, his partner Sharron, his mum Marg, and aunty Elaine.


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:: JUNIOR FORMULA 500s -Davis Continuing Family’s Legacy

Friday, May 5, 2017
Redline Media

It’s been an encouraging debut for Brodie Davis since stepping into Junior Formula 500s earlier this season, with the third-generation racer having gained some invaluable experience in the growing class, thanks to a great opportunity from a fellow driver.

Predominantly contesting race meetings throughout North Queensland at tracks such as Cairns International Speedway and Rockhampton’s Rocky Speedway, an area in which Junior Formula 500s is still very much an emerging class, Davis’s debut season has been an exciting one, with his and his dad Scotty’s involvement in each race meeting ultimately helping the class to progress.

A worthwhile opportunity was offered to Davis, when fellow Junior Formula 500s racer Bodie Smith broke his leg in an off-track incident, with Bodie and his dad, Brett, inviting Davis to pilot their Qld # 77 TH Bros Racing supported Stallard chassis, powered by a Jettco Developments Yamaha R6 engine, for two race meetings at Brisbane’s Archerfield Speedway – one of the state’s premier speedway tracks.

Making the most of this chance to race against a new group of competitors on unfamiliar territory, Davis excelled during his first outing, being the highest point scorer and finishing third in the feature race. Backing up this form last Saturday night, Davis was once again the highest point scorer, but this time managed to go two better, taking out his maiden victory.

“I’m very grateful for the opportunity the Smith family gave me to race their car in Brisbane,” said the competitive 14-year-old Cairns-based racer, who has also received a lot of help from senior Formula 500s driver and family friend Ryan Skennar.

“Bodie and Brett made it so easy for us to travel to Brisbane and race and doing so allowed me to pick up a lot of knowledge and experience, as well as added confidence. We can’t thank them, as well as Ryan (Skennar), enough for their help.”

It was no wonder that Davis would eventually make his way into the speedway racing circuit, having been brought up with a rich history in the sport, with his dad, Scotty, and his mum, Heidi Jonsson, both having raced Sprintcars throughout the 1990s. Scotty’s dad, Geoff, also raced in the Formula 500s class, with Heidi’s dad, Graham, racing Sprintcars along with dabbling in touring cars at the Bathurst 1000.

Further cementing the Davis and Jonsson family speedway tradition, Davis’s Uncle Neil Jonsson also previously raced Sprintcars, while his Uncle Darren Mollenoyux is currently enjoying a successful career in the class, with his wife, Deanne Mollenoyux, previously racing Formula 500s.

Commencing his own competitive racing career at the age of six, racing go karts on the tar circuits since, Davis eventually decided to step into speedway, joining the Junior Sedans class. Later moving into Junior Formula 500s, a class which acts as a stepping stone for kids and allows them to learn their race craft before moving on to senior classes, Davis has received a lot of help from his senior counterparts, along with his proud parents.

Having contested around seven shows in his Davis family-owned Kawasaki powered FNQ # 39 Swift, Davis is currently juggling his time between speedway and go karts, where he still competes in the KA3 Senior Light class.

Learning as much as he can with the Junior Formula 500s class, Davis hopes to one day follow in his family’s tyre tracks by stepping into 410 Sprintcars.

For Davis‘s next outing, he will be contesting the second round of the North Queensland Titles at the Townsville Kart Club over the Saturday and Sunday of May 13-14.

Davis would like to thank the following 2016-17 season sponsors for their valued support: Davis Transport, Norsafe Test & Tag, Jettco Developments, DC Mechanical Repairs, Kart City and Ryan Skennar Racing. He would also like to give special thanks to his mum and dad (Heidi and Scotty), Ryan Skennar, and Brett and Bodie Smith.

To find out more about Davis and his team, LIKE them on Facebook by searching Brodie Davis Racing.

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:: FORMULA 500s -Brown Romps to Victory

Wednesday, May 3, 2017
Brisbane Formula 500 Club

Off the back of recent minor podium finishes, Kristin Brown managed to go one better on Saturday night at Brisbane’s Archerfield Speedway, going on to claim a flag-to-flag win in the penultimate KRE F500 Championship Series round.

After securing pole position, thanks to a win and a third-place finish in her heat races, Brown was the dominant force in the feature race, leading the field from the drop of the green flag for the entire 18-lap distance to claim a deserved victory.

While Ryan Skennar remained fairly close to Brown through to the final lap, he was unable to launch an attack on the leader and was ultimately forced to settle for second, ahead of James Kennedy, who continued his consistent form to complete the podium in third, after starting sixth.

Managing to improve slightly on their starting positions, Tristan Johnson and Kaydon Iverson rounded out the top-five finishers in fourth and fifth respectively. Tasmanian-based youngster Jock Goodyer came home in sixth place, ahead of other top-10 finishers Ryan McNamara, rookie Nick Hodges, Piper Ogilvie and Cameron Bertuch. The remaining finishers included Brad Van Elswyk, Royce Harvey and Tomas Partington.

It was a disappointing night for Liam Williams, with the current Australian Champion recording a DNF, after a clash with a lapped car on lap five while running second put him out of contention and halted his bid to earn some valuable KRE F500 Championship Series points. Joining Williams on the infield were Nathan Pronger, rookie Randy Morgan, Marshall Lewis, Vicki Canfield and Glen Douglas.

Earlier heat-race wins were shared between Williams, Iverson, Pronger and Brown, while Johnson, Skennar and Kennedy were models of consistency throughout the night, each scoring a number of minor podium finishes during their heat races.

In the Junior Formula 500s, North Queensland visitor Brodie Davis, guest driving aboard the Bodie Smith car, was no doubt the driver to watch out for, having finished no lower than third in each of the four heat races, with a win, two seconds and a third place. Boyd Chaffey, Dekota Gay and Nicholas Whell collected a win apiece, with Chaffey and Gay also finishing within the top three in another one of their heat races.

The final KRE F500 Championship Series round will be held on the Saturday night of May 27 at Archerfield Speedway, where Williams will be hoping to make amends to consolidate his points lead. The Junior Formula 500s are set to be next in action at Archerfield Speedway on the Saturday night of May 20.

The Brisbane Formula 500 Club is proudly supported by KRE Race Engines. To find out more about KRE Race Engines, visit www.kreraceengines.com.au or LIKE them on Facebook by searching KRE Race Engines. Associate supporters are Ian Boettcher Race Parts and Myla Graphics.

To keep up-to-date with everything regarding the Brisbane Formula 500 Club, LIKE them on Facebook by searching Brisbane Formula 500 Club.

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:: FORMULA 500s -Goodyer Podiums in Sydney Debut

Tuesday, April 25, 2017
Redline Media

Continuing to impress with each race meeting, teenager Jock Goodyer managed to fight his way forward to an impressive third-place finish on Saturday night, in his first ever visit to Sydney’s Valvoline Raceway in NSW.

It was another strong performance for the Launceston, Tasmania-based racer in just his sixth outing since joining Formula 500s earlier this season, off the back of collecting a sixth-place result in the recent Australian Championship at Murray Bridge Speedway.

Earning his sixth-place starting position for the 20-lap feature race, by virtue of a third and fifth-place result in his earlier heat races, the 16-year-old racer immediately displayed great speed at the drop of the green flag, maintaining his position and eventually launching his push forward on lap 14 to move into podium contention. Leading a composed race, Goodyer managed to hold on to his position against some stout competition, going on to cross the finish line in a pleasing third place.

“It was great to be able to compete at Valvoline Raceway, which is a really tough track and a huge learning curve for us, and to come away with a podium finish there is even more than we were hoping for,” commented Goodyer.

“It was a really strong night for us and we’ve picked up a lot of knowledge and experience from racing against such tough competition. We’re looking forward to heading to Brisbane this Saturday night and continuing to learn and improve.”

Completing his visit to the mainland, Goodyer’s next appearance will be this Saturday night’s penultimate KRE F500 Championship Series round at Brisbane’s Archerfield Speedway in Queensland.

Goodyer would like to thank the following 2016-17 season sponsors for their valued support: D&B Goodyer Developments, Joinery Products, Select Plumbing, MK Excavations, and JP Signs. He would also like to give special thanks to his mum and dad (Belinda and Darren), sisters (Brooke and Abbi), his sister Brooke’s fiancé Callum Zizek, his sister Abbi’s boyfriend Louis Maney, Allan Joyce, Craig Munday, and Marcus Kelly.

To find out more about Goodyer and his team, LIKE them on Facebook by searching Jock Goodyer Racing #7.

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:: FORMULA 500s -Australian Title Podium for Davies

Thursday, April 20, 2017
Redline Media

The 2017 running of the Australian Formula 500 Title at Murray Bridge Speedway in South Australia rewarded Thomas Davies with a new career highlight in only his third ever attempt at the event.

Travelling from Perth in Western Australia, Davies managed to impressively qualify on pole position for the Australian Title deciding feature race and then went on to finish in second place behind defending and three-time Australian Champion Liam Williams.

Despite the limited track time this season, which has only seen him contest five race meetings leading into the Australian Title weekend, Davies was on the pace from outset and from his four heat races he went on to win three of them (he finished third from the rear of the field in his remaining heat race).

Davies, who steers the WA # 29 Golden West Lubricants supported Yamaha R6 powered PMP car, was left with mixed emotions upon greeting the chequered flag in second-place for the Australian Title.

“I headed into the weekend aiming to be a front-running contender, but after qualifying on pole position, it was a bit disappointing to finish one spot shy of the win,” the 25-year-old racer said, who is a past career highlights from his eight seasons in Formula 500s was being a Western Australian Title holder, a Bunny Burrowes Memorial and King of the Bridge winner.

“I did my best to match it with Liam (Williams) throughout the feature race; however, he proved too strong and I had to settle for second.

“Big thanks must go out to my dad (Geoff) for all of his help with the car and getting it so competitive.

“The majority of the time it’s just my family who travels with me to all of my racing and I’m very pleased to be able to make our big venture to the Australian Title a rewarding one for all of us.”

The final 2016-17 season event on the calendar for Davies is going to be the 35th annual Bunny Burrowes Memorial at Narrogin Speedway on the Saturday of May 6. This is an event he won back in the 2012-13 season.

Davies would like to thank his 2016-17 season sponsors: Golden West Lubricants and Touch Wood Studios. Special must go out to his mum and dad (Robyn and Geoff), Kaylr (girlfriend) and Brent Vosbergen (Genesis Shocks).


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:: FORMULA 500s -Goodyer Exceeds Expectations

Thursday, April 20, 2017
Redline Media

Teenager Jock Goodyer exceeded even his own expectations by finishing well inside the top 10 of last weekend’s Australian Formula 500s Championship at Murray Bridge Speedway in South Australia.

Achieving his initial goal of qualifying directly into the Australian Championship-deciding feature race, lining up out of position 12, Goodyer, who has only raced in his home state against local competitors in his previous four race meetings in the class, quickly set himself the new goal of finishing inside the top 10 against some of the country’s best; a feat he more than accomplished, working his way forward into sixth place by the fall of the chequered flag and being just short of cracking into the top five.

“We went into the Australian Championship just hoping to qualify for the feature race, so to have been able to do that and also finish where we did against the country’s best drivers is an amazing feeling,” said the 16-year-old from Launceston.

“It was a lot of effort to make it over to the mainland to race and this result makes it all worthwhile. A huge thanks to my team for their amazing hard work and support, because none of this would be possible without them.

“This definitely gives us some more confidence in racing on the mainland, but we’ll definitely continue to learn and improve, and gain as much experience as possible while we’re over here.”

Despite being the second fastest driver in Thursday night’s practice session, it was a nerve-racking start to the Australian Championship for Goodyer, who slipped back to eighth from fifth in his opening heat race and finished fifth in heat-race two, before regaining his composure to win his remaining heat race. Starting third in the preliminary feature race by virtue of being the third-fastest driver during the heat races, Goodyer delivered a solid performance, coming home in fourth

Heading into the final night of competition, a determined Goodyer ran second in his final heat race from sixth, before lining up 12th for the 30-lap Australian Championship-deciding feature race. Quickly making his way up to seventh in the opening five laps, Goodyer was embroiled in a battle for position with his more experienced counterparts throughout the middle stages of the feature race, but was able to work his forward into sixth with 10 laps to go, thanks to keeping a cool head and producing consistent laps.

Carrying added confidence into his next appearance on the mainland, Goodyer will hope to continue his strong form when he heads to Sydney’s Valvoline Raceway (NSW) this Saturday night.

Goodyer would like to thank the following 2016-17 season sponsors for their valued support: D&B Goodyer Developments, Joinery Products, Select Plumbing, MK Excavations, and JP Signs. He would also like to give special thanks to his mum and dad (Belinda and Darren), sisters (Brooke and Abbi), his sister Brooke’s fiancé Callum Zizek, his sister Abbi’s boyfriend Louis Maney, Allan Joyce, Craig Munday, and Marcus Kelly.

To find out more about Goodyer and his team, LIKE them on Facebook by searching Jock Goodyer Racing #7.


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:: JUNIOR FORMULA 500s -Whell’s Progression Continues

Thursday, April 20, 2017
Redline Media

It’s been a promising debut season for Nicholas Whell in the Junior Formula 500 class, with the youngster reaching new heights recently at Brisbane’s Archerfield Speedway, where he achieved his season-best result.

With around 14 shows now under his belt since joining the class at the beginning of the 2016-17 season, the majority of which were held at the Brisbane venue, Whell, who thoroughly enjoys the speed of the Junior Formula 500 cars, tasted success for the first time, managing to steer his Yamaha R6 powered Qld # 15 Toowoomba Car Wreckers / Linear Graphics supported PMP machine to his best performance of the season.

“It’s awesome to get more competitive and running regularly at the front of the season,” commented the 14-year-old racer from Toowoomba, who has also contested meetings at his home track, Toowoomba’s Hi-Tec Oils Speedway, along with Rockhampton’s Rocky Speedway and Gatton’s Lockyer Valley Speedway.

“I’m really enjoying racing in Junior Formula 500s, it’s a great way to gain experience before I can step into the senior ranks.

“A lot of my mates from the speedway race in the class, so that makes the class and the racing more enjoyable.”

With his dad, David, currently racing 410 Sprintcars, Whell has grown up around speedway from an early age, first commencing his own racing career in Junior Quarter Midgets, where he contested two seasons in the 120cc Open class, highlighted by a runner-up finish in the Chilli Cup at Hi-Tec Oils Speedway, before taking a three-year break.

Planning to continue his career in competitive racing in the future, Whell aims to follow in his dad’s footsteps to eventually step make the move into 410 Sprintcars.

Whell would like to thank the following 2016-17 season sponsors: Toowoomba Car Wreckers, Linear Graphics, Onshore Oils, JCW Towing, Wilko’s Metal Recycling, Ally Arc Welding, Apelt Floors, and One-Stop Stationary Supplies. He would also like to give special thanks to his mum and dad, Jenny and David, his pop Vic, and Steve Thorley (Brisbane Formula 500 Club President) and Tony Cochrane (Queensland State President), who are two of the driving forces behind the Junior Formula 500s class.


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:: Williams Wins Title Number 3

Sunday, April 16, 2017
Phil Michell Motorsport Media

Queenslander Liam Williams secured back to back Australian Formula 500 Championships and his third overall last night at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway. After going into night 2 as the top qualifier he slipped back to position two for the 30-lap finale but it didn’t matter as he charged to the front to lead the entire journey defeating pole sitter Thomas Davies and hard charging Victorian Josh Buckingham.

On the podium the three-time Australian Champion has quick to praise the Murray Bridge venue for the way the event was run along with his hard-working crew.

“In that last heat race, tonight I didn’t feel as comfortable in the car so we went back to what we ran last night and the car was just perfect in the final. We all worked really hard this weekend as we knew starting up front would be key as there were so many good cars here”.

“This Title was by far the best I have been to for many years I really have got to thank Murray Bridge for putting on such a great event” added Williams on the podium.

After moving up to third just past the mid race point Stephen Bell had to settle for fourth as he edged out Chris Bellman in the run to the flag.

Next across the line was Tasmanian teenager Jock Goodyer who was one of the standouts of the weekend with Angelo Karoussis being the first local back in seventh. Tasmanian Matt Redpath, Brad Stell and Terry Rankin completed the top 10.

The feature event saw a couple of hard luck stories as one of the event favourites Jack Bell and former Victorian Champion James Aranyosi both had engine failures.

The 2018 edition of the Australian Formula 500 Title will be staged in the Northern Territory.

The Autopro Murray Bridge South Australian Speedcar Title was also conducted on the Saturday night program with New South Wales veteran Nathan Smee getting the better of teenager Kaidon Brown in what was an outstanding 30 lap decider. Third across the line was local hope Ben Hall with Michael Stewart with Murray Bridge resident Brett Ireland completing the top five.

Victorians Nick Parker, Justin McMinn, Andy Pearce and Loe Lostitch were the next best with Clint Leibhardt rounding out the top 10.

The feature race got off to a dramatic start when pole sitter and Western Australian Champion Dayne Kingshott pulled off the track just prior to the 4-wide salute with a miss fire elevation Brown onto the front row.

The event also saw another hard luck story as Travis Mills, who was mixing it for the lead with Brown and Smee, lost all drive coming off turn two and ground a halt on lap 11.

Earlier the heat race victories went to Kingshott (2), Brown and Mills while Kingshott won the top 8 pole shuffle.

The next event at the Murray Machining and Sheds Speedway will be next Sunday, April 23, with the running of the 2017 South Australian Modified Sedan Title with an early 3pm start.
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:: Williams Leads Title After Night 1

Saturday, April 15, 2017
MMS

Defending Australian Champion Liam Williams got his title defence off to a near perfect start as he claimed two heat race victories and a second in his opening three heat races of the 2017 Australian Formula 500 Championship at the Murray Machining and Sheds Speedway. In addition to Williams ending the night as the top qualifier after the 18 heat races he also recorded a runner-up finish to Jack Bell in the non-points 20 lap Knight Before The Championship preliminary main event.

Second place in the points chase going into night 2 is Western Australian Thomas Davies with Victorian Chris Bellman, Stephen Bell and Troy Johnson, who also finished third in the preliminary main event.

Whyalla resident Angelo Karoussis is the best of the locals in sixth with Terry Rankin, Grant Stansfield, Ryan Skinner and Matthew Symons completing the top ten.

On a night that saw a number of tremendous heat races with great racing throughout, it also saw a number of big crashes. Several drivers unfortunately joined the upside club with Simon Reichelt riding out a big crash after a steering failure in turn one, Jake Hose, who crashed heavily after riding a wheel and Marcus Gibbons, who rolled over in turn three.

Queenslander Zac Howell had a night to forget after tipping over in both of his first two heat races before failing to start his third heat after rolling out of the gate with a flat left front tyre.

Night two of the 2017 Australian Formula 500 Championship will take place on Easter Saturday at the Murray Machining and Sheds with the South Australian Speedcar Title and Modlites in support.

The top 20 in points after night 1:

Liam Williams 70
Thomas Davies 67
Chris Bellman 65
Stephen Bell 64
Troy Johnson 57
Angelo Karoussis 56
Terry Rankin 55
Grant Stansfield 53
Ryan Skinner 51
Matthew Symons 51
Dale Sinclair 49
Matt Redpath 49
Kaydon Iverson 49
Patrick Merrett 47
Ash Sinclair 47
Nick Kingston 47
Jack Bell 46
Jarrod Bampfield 46
James Aranyosi 45
Richard Schmidt 45

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