Dollansky Survives at Haubstadt
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Dollansky Survives Action-Packed Feature in Haubstadt

Swindell extends World of Outlaws championship lead to 36 points

HAUBSTADT, Ind. — April 21, 2012 — Nope, no full moon.

That didn’t stop the World of Outlaws drivers from taking part in a feast-or-famine feature on Saturday at Tri-State Speedway – arguably the smallest track the series has competed on this season.

Craig Dollansky survived a couple of run-ins and a heavy dose of thick lapped traffic to pick up his second Outlaws victory of the season and the $10,000 prize. It also extended his streak of claiming each World of Outlaws feature at the high-banked, quarter-mile oval during even years since 2006.

“I don’t know what there is to that,” he said. “It takes a team to win races and a great team, especially on this tour. It’s not easily done.

“At Haubstadt, there’s definitely a lot going on at this race track. There was a lot of back and forth, and sliding back and forth. It was great racing and that’s what you see here.”

After winning the dash, Dollansky started the 40-lap feature on the pole. Once the green flag waved, it was a no-holds-barred match between the 24 drivers in the bullring setting.

Several drivers were three wide and a couple popped wheelies on the opening lap as Dollansky took charge of the top spot. He chose the bottom line on a trio of double-file restarts in the first five laps before lapped traffic began to play a role.

With fifth-place starting Joey Saldana a close second, Dollansky entered lapped traffic on lap 11. Saldana closed within inches on several occasions as both drivers tried to maneuver around the slower cars. However, Saldana’s night ended on lap 16 when contact with Dollansky sent him airborne.

As the duo exited turn four a handful of laps prior to the midpoint of the feature, Dollansky worked toward the bottom of the track to avoid a slower driver. Saldana shot for a similar opening, but his car made contact with the left rear tire of Dollansky. The impact launched Saldana, whose car flipped several times across the finish line to bring out the red flag.

“I was working on some lapped cars and we got to the 66 car (of Alex Shanks),” Dollansky said. “I got to him a couple of times, but couldn’t get him cleared and he got us a little bit sideways on the frontstretch. As I was trying to get corrected and get going down the frontstretch, Joey was on my left rear there. I hate it for him. I hated to see him break an axel and get tipped over there. You never want to see that kind of stuff.”

After hopping out of his mangled car, Saldana found Dollansky parked in turn three during the stoppage. Saldana marched across the infield toward Dollansky to the roar of the crowd and the duo exchanged words before Saldana walked to his pit as the cars refired.

Brady Bacon dove to the bottom on the restart to capture the lead, which he relinquished a couple laps later after a broken fuel valve forced him to the infield with a 21st-place finish.

Dollansky regained the top spot and he manipulated traffic for the final 22 laps en route to the victory.

Dale Blaney capitalized on the final restart two laps before the midpoint by charging from seventh to third. After Bacon fell out of the race, Blaney advanced to the runner-up position to earn a season-best finish with the World of Outlaws.

“If you were a little bit better than a guy you could slide across and make a guy lift pretty easily,” he said. “If your car was really good you could maneuver a little bit.”

Championship leader Sammy Swindell, who entered the race with an eight-point advantage over Saldana, salvaged a third-place finish after fighting a broken right front shock for most of the race.

“I had a great car,” said Swindell, who now leads Donny Schatz by 36 points in the standings. “We just had a problem where we did a wheelie and broke a shock. I got the front up and I let it drop down too hard. We salvaged it with a third-place finish.”

Cody Darrah earned the KSE Hard Charger Award after driving from 18th to fourth and Steve Kinser finished fifth.

Stevie Smith was sixth, Lucas Wolfe seventh, Kraig Kinser eighth, Schatz ninth and Jason Sides rounded out the top 10.

Swindell, who has five World of Outlaws feature wins at Tri-State Speedway – including last season – timed in quickest with a top lap of 11.766 seconds.

David Gravel, Blaney and Kraig Kinser each won a heat race, and Geoff Dodge claimed the Last Chance Showdown.

Tri-State Speedway Notebook

CONTINGENCY WINNERS – MSD Ignitions ($50 cash): Craig Dollansky; Comp Cams ($50 certificate): Craig Dollansky; STP ($50 cash): Sammy Swindell; UNOH ($50 cash): Steve Kinser; Gravely Tractors ($50 cash): Lucas Wolfe; VP Racing Fuel ($50 cash): Donny Schatz; Comp Cams ($50 cash): Chad Kemenah; Cometic Gasket ($50 cash): Chad Kemenah; Wix Filters ($50 cash): Chad Kemenah; Superflow ($50 cash): Alex Shanks; JE Pistons ($50 cash): Brad Greer; MSD Ignitions ($25 cash): Kerry Madsen.

WINNERS – Craig Dollansky – 2 (Tri-State Speedway on April 21 and Volusia Speedway Park on Feb. 19); Tim Kaeding – 2 (Thunderbowl Raceway on March 16 and The Dirt Track at Las Vegas Motor Speedway on March 8); Joey Saldana – 2 (Paducah International Raceway on April 13 and Perris Auto Speedway on March 10); Donny Schatz – 2 (Silver Dollar Speedway on March 23 and Volusia Speedway Park on Feb. 19); Sammy Swindell – 2 (Missouri State Fair Speedway on April 20 and Merced Speedway on March 30); Danny Lasoski – 1 (Volusia Speedway Park on Feb. 18).

TIME TRIALS – Sammy Swindell was the fastest qualifier around the quarter-mile oval with a time of 11.766 seconds to earn five championship points. Also earning points were Brady Bacon (4 points), Stevie Smith (3), Craig Dollansky (2) and Donny Schatz (1).

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Tri-State Speedway Statistical Report; Haubstadt, Ind.; April 21, 2012

A-Main – (40 Laps) – 1. 7-Craig Dollansky [1] [$10,000]; 2. 2-Dale Blaney [9] [$5,500]; 3. 1-Sammy Swindell [3] [$3,200]; 4. 4-Cody Darrah [18] [$2,800]; 5. 11-Steve Kinser [8] [$2,500]; 6. 19-Stevie Smith [2] [$2,300]; 7. 5W-Lucas Wolfe [12] [$2,200]; 8. 11K-Kraig Kinser [7] [$2,100]; 9. 15-Donny Schatz [6] [$2,050]; 10. 7S-Jason Sides [16] [$2,000]; 11. 89G-David Gravel [10] [$1,500]; 12. 4S-Danny Smith [13] [$1,200]; 13. 63-Chad Kemenah [19] [$1,100]; 14. 54-Cap Henry [15] [$1,050]; 15. O1-Paul McMahan [24] [$1,000]; 16. 7M-Geoff Dodge [11] [$900]; 17. 3B-Brad Greer [14] [$800]; 18. 66-Alex Shanks [23] [$800]; 19. 71M-Paul May [20] [$800]; 20. 1X-Randy Hannagan [21] [$800]; 21. 99-Brady Bacon [4] [$800]; 22. 28-Brian Paulus [22] [$800]; 23. 9-Joey Saldana [5] [$800]; 24. 29-Kerry Madsen [17] [$800]. Lap Leaders: Craig Dollansky 1-15, 19-40; Brady Bacon 16-18. KSE Hard Charger Award: 4-Cody Darrah [+14].

Qualifying – 1. 1-Sammy Swindell, 11.766; 2. 99-Brady Bacon, 11.977; 3. 19-Stevie Smith, 12.036; 4. 7-Craig Dollansky, 12.050; 5. 15-Donny Schatz, 12.075; 6. 9-Joey Saldana, 12.081; 7. 11-Steve Kinser, 12.124; 8. 7M-Geoff Dodge, 12.151; 9. 11K-Kraig Kinser, 12.157; 10. 89G-David Gravel, 12.167; 11. 2-Dale Blaney, 12.175; 12. 5W-Lucas Wolfe, 12.190; 13. 4S-Danny Smith, 12.210; 14. 3B-Brad Greer, 12.215; 15. 54-Cap Henry, 12.225; 16. 7S-Jason Sides, 12.305; 17. 29-Kerry Madsen, 12.323; 18. 4-Cody Darrah, 12.339; 19. 63-Chad Kemenah, 12.381; 20. 71M-Paul May, 12.429; 21. 6-Bill Rose, 12.449; 22. 44W-Austin Wheatley, 12.485; 23. 1X-Randy Hannagan, 12.524; 24. O1-Paul McMahan, 12.540; 25. 66-Alex Shanks, 12.725; 26. 1M-Jim Moughan, 12.813; 27. 4M-John Memmer, 12.912; 28. 22T-Miranda Throckmorton, 13.075; 29. 28-Brian Paulus, 13.076; 30. 4K-Kody Kinser, 13.211; 31. 7X-Critter Malone, 13.284.

Heat 1 – (10 Laps – Top 6 finishers transfer to the A-feature) – 1. 89G-David Gravel [1]; 2. 7-Craig Dollansky [3]; 3. 11-Steve Kinser [2]; 4. 1-Sammy Swindell [4]; 5. 4S-Danny Smith [5]; 6. 7S-Jason Sides [6]; 7. 63-Chad Kemenah [7]; 8. 44W-Austen Wheatley [8]; 9. 22T-Miranda Throckmorton [10]; 10. 66-Alex Shanks [9]; 11. 7X-Critter Malone [11].

Heat 2 – (10 Laps – Top 6 finishers transfer to the A-feature) – 1. 2-Dale Blaney [1]; 2. 15-Donny Schatz [3]; 3. 99-Brady Bacon [4]; 4. 29-Kerry Madsen [6]; 5. 71M-Paul May [7]; 6. 1X-Randy Hannagan [8]; 7. 28-Brian Paulus [10]; 8. 3B-Brad Greer [5]; 9. 1M-Jim Moughan [9]; 10. 7M-Geoff Dodge [2].

Heat 3 – (10 Laps – Top 6 finishers transfer to the A-feature) – 1. 11K-Kraig Kinser [2]; 2. 19-Stevie Smith [4]; 3. 9-Joey Saldana [3]; 4. 4-Cody Darrah [6]; 5. 5W-Lucas Wolfe [1]; 6. 54-Cap Henry [5]; 7. O1-Paul McMahan [8]; 8. 6-Bill Rose [7]; 9. 4K-Kody Kinser [10]; 10. 4M-John Memmer [9].

Dash – (8 Laps, finishing order determined first 10 starting positions of A-feature) – 1. 7-Craig Dollansky [1]; 2. 19-Stevie Smith [2]; 3. 1-Sammy Swindell [4]; 4. 99-Brady Bacon [3]; 5. 9-Joey Saldana [6]; 6. 15-Donny Schatz [5]; 7. 11K-Kraig Kinser [8]; 8. 11-Steve Kinser [7]; 9. 2-Dale Blaney [10]; 10. 89G-David Gravel [9].

B-Main – (12 Laps – Top 6 finishers transfer to the A-feature) – 1. 7M-Geoff Dodge [1] [-]; 2. 3B-Brad Greer [2] [-]; 3. 63-Chad Kemenah [3] [-]; 4. 28-Brian Paulus [10] [-]; 5. 66-Alex Shanks [7] [-]; 6. O1-Paul McMahan [6] [-]; 7. 6-Bill Rose [4] [$200]; 8. 1M-Jim Moughan [8] [$180]; 9. 4K-Kody Kinser [11] [$175]; 10. 7X-Critter Malone [12] [$160]; 11. 22T-Miranda Throckmorton [9] [$150]; 12. 44W-Austen Wheatley [5] [$150]; 13. 4M-John Memmer [13] [$150].

World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series Top 20 Championship Standings

Pos.

Driver

Total

Diff

Wins

Top 5s

Top10s

QT

1

Sammy Swindell

1547

0

2

7

9

2

2

Donny Schatz

1511

-36

2

5

9

0

3

Joey Saldana

1494

-53

2

6

8

1

4

Kraig Kinser

1490

-57

0

3

9

2

5

Steve Kinser

1485

-62

0

5

8

0

6

Jason Sides

1478

-69

0

5

8

0

7

Craig Dollansky

1446

-101

2

4

6

1

8

Cody Darrah

1366

-181

0

2

4

0

9

Chad Kemenah

1338

-209

0

1

3

2

10

Lucas Wolfe

1336

-211

0

0

3

0

11

Kerry Madsen

1297

-250

0

2

3

0

12

Bill Rose

1185

-362

0

0

1

0

13

Terry McCarl

1106

-441

0

1

2

0

14

Jason Meyers

1054

-493

0

3

4

1

15

Jac Haudenschild

853

-694

0

0

1

0

16

Austen Wheatley

816

-731

0

0

1

0

17

David Gravel

770

-777

0

1

3

0

18

Sam Hafertepe Jr.

743

-804

0

0

3

0

19

Danny Smith

721

-826

0

1

2

0

20

Tim Kaeding

714

-833

2

3

4

0

 

The World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series is brought to fans across the country by many important sponsors and partners, including: Armor All (Official Car Care Products), STP (Official Fuel Treatment), Goodyear Tires (Official Tire), Gravely Tractors (Official Lawn Equipment), University of Northwestern Ohio, VP Racing Fuel (Official Racing Fuel), Vicci (Official Apparel); in addition to contingency sponsors, including: Cometic Gasket, Comp Cams, JE Pistons, KSE Racing Products, MSD Ignitions, Penske Shocks, Superflow Dynos and Wix Filters; along with manufacturer sponsors, including: Astro Titanium, Fuel Safe, Intercomp, J&J Auto Racing, Jake’s Carts, Racing Electronics, S&S Volvo and TNT Rescue.

(Mark Miefert/Miefert Photos)

LIVE UPDATES: Dollansky Survives at Haubstadt

(10:31 p.m.) Here are tonight’s feature results:

1, Craig Dollansky. 2, Dale Blaney. 3, Sammy Swindell. 4, Cody Darrah. 5, Steve Kinser. 6, Stevie Smith. 7, Lucas Wolfe. 8, Kraig Kinser. 9, Donny Schatz. 10, Jason Sides. 11, David Gravel. 12, Danny Smith. 13, Chad Kemenah. 14, Cap Henry. 15, Paul McMahan. 16, Geoff Dodge. 17, Brad Greer. 18, Alex Shanks. 19. Paul May. 20, Randy Hannagan. 21, Brady Bacon. 22, Brian Paulus. 23, Joey Saldana. 24, Kerry Madsen.

(10:22 p.m.) Craig Dollansky outlasted Dale Blaney with Sammy Swindell, Cody Darrah and Steve Kinser rounding out the top five.

Complete results will be posted after Victory Lane.

(10:14 p.m.) Brady Bacon is the new leader after diving under Craig Dollansky on the restart. Brian Paulus brought out a caution on lap 19 with a broken front end.

(10:09 p.m.) What a battle! Craig Dollansky, Joey Saldana and Stevie Smith were putting on an intense show for the top spot when Dollansky and Saldana collided exiting turn four on lap 16. Saldana hit Dollansky’s left rear tire and flipped across the finish line.

Dollansky leads with Stevie Smith, Brady Bacon, Sammy Swindell and Kraig Kinser in the top five.

(9:59 p.m.) Donny Schatz hit an infield tire and apparently broke a front end, Randy Hannagan sustained a flat tire and Kerry Madsen had front end damage to bring out a caution on lap five. Schatz and Hannagan were able to return.

(9:54 p.m.) Caution on restart as Brian Paulus stops in turn four.

(9:53 p.m.) Caution on lap four as Alex Shanks spins in turn one. Craig Dollansky leads with Sammy Swindell, Stevie Smith, Brady Bacon and Joey Saldana top five.

(9:50 p.m.) Four wide for the fans.

(9:46 p.m.) Feature cars are on the track.

(9:25 p.m.) They are reworking the track a bit before the sprint car feature.

(9:01 p.m.) Here is tonight’s feature lineup:

1, Craig Dollansky. 2, Stevie Smith. 3, Sammy Swindell. 4, Brady Bacon. 5, Joey Saldana. 6, Donny Schatz. 7, Kraig Kinser. 8, Steve Kinser. 9, Dale Blaney. 10, David Gravel. 11, Geoff Dodge. 12, Lucas Wolfe. 13, Danny Smith. 14, Brad Greer. 15, Cap Henry. 16, Jason Sides. 17, Kerry Madsen. 18, Cody Darrah. 19, Chad Kemenah. 20, Paul May. 21, Randy Hannagan. 22, Brian Paulus. 23, Alex Shanks. 24, Paul McMahan.

(8:55 p.m.) Geoff Dodge led all 12 laps to win the Last Chance Showdown and advance to the feature. Here are the results:

1, Geoff Dodge. 2, Brad Greer. 3, Chad Kemenah. 4, Brian Paulus. 5, Alex Shanks. 6, Paul McMahan. 7, Bill Rose 8, Jim Moughan. 9, Kody Kinser. 10, Critter Malone. 11, Miranda Throckmorton. 12, Austen Wheatley.

(8:51 p.m.) Austen Wheatley, who was running in the sixth-and-final transfer spot, slowed on the frontstretch to bring out a caution with two laps remaining in the Last Chance Showdown. Geoff Dodge leads with Brad Greer, Chad Kemenah, Alex Shanks and Paul McMahan the top five.

(8:44 p.m.) Craig Dollansky held off Stevie Smith to claim the dash and earn the pole for tonight’s 40-lap feature. Here are the dash results:

1, Craig Dollansky. 2, Stevie Smith. 3, Sammy Swindell. 4, Brady Bacon. 5, Joey Saldana. 6, Donny Schatz. 7, Kraig Kinser. 8, Steve Kinser. 9, Dale Blaney. 10, David Gravel.

(8:38 p.m.) The dash is on the track.

(8:23 p.m.) The dash inversion is a four, meaning fast qualifier Sammy Swindell starts on the outside of the second row. Here is the dash lineup:

1, Craig Dollansky. 2, Stevie Smith. 3, Brady Bacon. 4, Sammy Swindell. 5, Donny Schatz. 6, Joey Saldana. 7, Steve Kinser. 8, Kraig Kinser. 9, David Gravel. 10, Dale Blaney.

(8:05 p.m.) Here is the lineup for the Last Chance Showdown, which transfers six to the feature:

1, Geoff Dodge. 2, Brad Greer. 3, Chad Kemenah. 4, Bill Rose. 5, Austen Wheatley. 6, Paul McMahan. 7, Alex Shanks. 8, Jim Moughan. 9, John Memmer. 10, Miranda Throckmorton. 11, Brian Paulus. 12, Kody Kinser. 13, Critter Malone.

(8:02 p.m.) John Memmer has scratched for the night.

(8:01 p.m.) Kraig Kinser claimed the third-and-final heat with Stevie Smith placing second. Here are the results:

1, Kraig Kinser. 2, Stevie Smith. 3, Joey Saldana. 4, Cody Darrah. 5, Lucas Wolfe. 6, Cap Henry. 7, Paul McMahan. 8, Bill Rose. 9, Kody Kinser. 10, John Memmer (DNS).

(7:58 p.m.) Bill Rose spun in turn two on lap seven to bring out another caution in the third heat race. Kraig Kinser leads with Stevie Smith up to second, Lucas Wolfe third, Joey Saldana fourth and Cody Darrah fifth.

(7:55 p.m.) Paul McMahan spun in turn four on the second lap of the third heat race for a caution. Kraig Kinser leads with Lucas Wolfe, Stevie Smith, Joey Saldana and Cody Darrah the top five.

(7:50 p.m.) Dale Blaney pulled away to a decisive victory in the second heat race and Donny Schatz finished second to also earn a bid into the dash. Here are the results:

1, Dale Blaney. 2, Donny Schatz. 3, Brady Bacon. 4, Kerry Madsen. 5, Paul May. 6, Randy Hannagan. 7, Brian Paulus. 8, Brad Greer. 9, Jim Moughan. 10, Geoff Dodge.

(7:45 p.m.) Geoff Dodge stopped on the frontstretch on lap three of the second heat race to bring out a caution. Dale Blaney leads with Brady Bacon, Kerry Madsen, Donny Schatz and Paul May the top five.

(7:39 p.m.) David Gravel led all 10 laps to win the first heat race and Craig Dollansky held off Steve Kinser for the runner-up position. Here are the results:

1, David Gravel. 2, Craig Dollansky. 3, Steve Kinser. 4, Sammy Swindell. 5, Danny Smith. 6, Jason Sides. 7, Chad Kemenah. 8, Austen Wheatley. 9, Miranda Throckmorton. 10, Alex Shanks. 11, Critter Malone.

(7:31 p.m.) Cars are rolling onto the track for the first heat. I just pulled to the infield and this crowd is packed. What a great turnout.

(7:28 p.m.) The National Anthem just played and cars in the first heat are making their way to staging.

(7:09 p.m.) They are doing some track work as Opening Ceremonies nears. Sprint heats are first up.

(7:04 p.m.) Here are the lineups for the 10-lap heat races:

Heat #1: 1, David Gravel. 2, Steve Kinser. 3, Craig Dollansky. 4, Sammy Swindell. 5, Danny Smith. 6, Jason Sides. 7, Chad Kemenah. 8, Austen Wheatley. 9, Alex Shanks. 10, Miranda Throckmorton. 11, Critter Malone.

Heat #2: 1, Dale Blaney. 2, Geoff Dodge. 3, Donny Schatz. 4, Brady Bacon. 5, Brad Greer. 6, Kerry Madsen. 7, Paul May. 8, Randy Hannagan. 9, Jim Moughan. 10, Brian Paulus.

Heat #3: 1, Lucas Wolfe. 2, Kraig Kinser. 3, Joey Saldana. 4, Stevie Smith. 5, Cap Henry. 6, Cody Darrah. 7, Bill Rose. 8, Paul McMahan. 9, John Memmer. 10, Kody Kinser.

(6:56 p.m.) Sammy Swindell clocked the fastest lap in qualifying at 11.766 seconds. Brady Bacon was second at 11.977 with Stevie Smith (12.036), Craig Dollansky (12.050) and Donny Schatz (12.075) rounding out the top five.

(6:26 p.m.) Cap Henry was the quickest in the fourth-and-final session with a lap of 12.479 seconds.

(6:21 p.m.) Steve Kinser was the quickest in the third hot-lap session with a lap of 12.075 seconds.

(6:16 p.m.) Brady Bacon was the quickest in the second hot-lap session with a lap of 12.344 seconds.

(6:10 p.m.) Donny Schatz was the quickest in the first hot-lap session with a lap of 12.907 seconds.

(5:59 p.m.) The pits are roaring as the drivers are heating their engines prior to hot laps.

(5:29 p.m.) The drivers meeting wrapped up and the drivers are getting ready to put heat in their engines.

(5:11 p.m.) Here is the qualifying lineup, which will also serve as a roster:

3b — Brad Greer

4s — Danny Smith

71m — Paul May

19 — Stevie Smith

15 — Donny Schatz

6 — Bill Rose

4m — John Memmer

4k — Kody Kinser

7x — Critter Malone

7 — Craig Dollansky

7s — Jason Sides

99 — Brady Bacon

5w — Lucas Wolfe

63 — Chad Kemenah

01 — Paul McMahan

44w — Austen Wheatley

11k — Kraig Kinser

7m — Geoff Dodge

66 — Alex Shanks

2 — Dale Blaney

9 — Joey Saldana

11 — Steve Kinser

89g — David Gravel

1 — Sammy Swindell

28 — Brian Paulus

22t — Miranda Throckmorton

1m — Jim Moughan

4 — Cody Darrah

29 — Kerry Madsen

1x — Randy Hannagan

54 — Cap Henry

(5:05 p.m.) We have 31 sprint cars here. Each will get two qualifying laps, which will determine the lineups for three, 10-lap heat races. The heats will be inverted by four, meaning the top qualifier starts fourth in the first heat, the second quickest starts fourth in the second heat, etc. The top two in each heat will advance to the dash — along with the next four in qualifying who advance through the heat — and the top six in each heat qualify for the 40-lap feature.

There will be a 12-lap Last Chance Showdown, which transfers the top six to the feature. The top four get their qualifying time back.

(4:44 p.m.) The driver’s meeting is set for 5:15 p.m. with hot laps at 6:15 p.m.

(3:49 p.m.) The draw is about to open. I think we’re at 28 sprint cars right now.

(2:17 p.m.) It’s another cool day in the Midwest, but it looks like we’ll be getting in our first race on a Saturday since March 10. The temperature is in the low 50s with an overcast sky and a solid breeze.

The drivers are about to be let in the pits and most made the six-hour drive from Sedalia, Mo., last night and this morning. A bunch of drivers are working on their cars in front of the pit gate. I’d guess we’ll be at a similar car count as last night, when we had 27 drivers.

Here is our prerace video:

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