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Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP’s Fabio Quartararo claimed a commanding and emotional victory at the Gran Premio d’Italia Oakley, extending his Championship lead to 24 points. A minute of silence was held on the grid in memory of Moto3™ rider Jason Dupasquier, and Quartararo dedicated his victory to the Swiss rider.

Miguel Oliveira (Red Bull KTM Factory Racing) and reigning World Champion Joan Mir (Team Suzuki Ecstar) completed the Mugello podium as Francesco Bagnaia (Ducati Lenovo Team) crashed out on Lap 2.

Quartararo’s new front start device worked well off the line as the polesitter managed to keep Bagnaia at bay until the braking zone, when the Italian dived up the inside to lead. Pecco then led the way as the riders settled into the race, but the Ducati rider then tucked the front at Turn 9 on Lap 2. Quartararo was handed the lead, but he wasn’t able to escape quickly as compatriot Johann Zarco (Pramac Racing) duelled the Yamaha.

Eventually, Quartararo broke the slipstream heading onto Lap 5 after making good progress on the twisty part of the circuit, and from there, the Yamaha was able to edge clear of Zarco in second place. By Lap 11 Quartararo’s lead was up to 2.7s and comfortably lapping in the 1:47s, the Yamaha rider was in a league of his own at Mugello and took a third win of the season by 2.5s.

After battling with Quartararo in the early laps, Zarco was forced to focus on keeping Oliveira behind him thereafter. The two Team Suzuki Ecstar riders – Mir and Alex Rins – had trouble making passes stick on Jack Miller (Ducati Lenovo Team) too just behind, Ducati power enabling the Australian to overtake Mir and Rins on the straight. Eventually though, the Suzukis got through and both got into the podium fight.

With eight laps remaining, Oliveira moved past Zarco for the first time at Turn 11 to take P2. Exactly the same manoeuvre was produced by Mir a lap later as the reigning World Champion picked up P3, and he crucially also held Zarco at bay into Turn 1. Rins then pounced with six laps to go as Zarco was shuffled back to P5, with Brad Binder (Red Bull KTM Factory Racing), Miller and Aleix Espargaro (Aprilia Racing Team Gresini) close behind.

With five to go, Rins then crashed out at the final corner from fourth place, a fourth DNF in a row for the Spaniard. Oliveira was able to just fend off Mir, although it was close and initially track limits came into play – but both had exceeded them every-so-slightly. Zarco missed out by just under a second in fourth, although he latter does move up to P2 in the standings though, 24 points behind Quartararo.

Binder gave KTM a double top five at the Italian GP and claims his equal best finish of the season despite never having raced in the premier class at Mugello before, and Miller comes home P6. Aleix Espargaro impressed again to pick up a P7, with Maverick Viñales (Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP) taking the chequered flag in P8 after his difficult qualifying in P13. 2019 Mugello winner Danilo Petrucci (Tech3 KTM Factory Racing) was ninth to earn his second top 10 in a row, with Valentino Rossi (Petronas Yamaha SRT) completing the top 10 on home soil.

Iker Lecuona (Tech3 KTM Factory Racing), Pol Espargaro (Repsol Honda Team), Michele Pirro (Pramac Racing), Alex Marquez (LCR Honda Castrol) and Lorenzo Savadori (Aprilia Racing Team Gresini) were the final points scorers.

Marc Marquez (Repsol Honda Team) crashed at Turn 3 on Lap 2 unhurt, but forced Franco Morbidelli (Petronas Yamaha SRT) into the gravel, the Italian rejoining down the order. Takaaki Nakagami (LCR Honda Idemitsu) also crashed out of the race late on at Turn 13. Enea Bastianini (Avintia Esponsorama) crashed on the way to the grid after hitting the rear of Zarco’s bike, riders ok.


The riders took the Swiss flag onto the podium in memory of Dupasquier as MotoGP™ sends our deepest condolences to all those he leaves behind.

MotoGP™ will be back on track at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya next weekend.



Italian GP. Sixth Jack Miller at Mugello. Pecco Bagnaia crashes out on the first lap when he was in the lead

The Italian GP, the sixth round of the 2021 MotoGP World Championship, took place this afternoon at the Autodromo Internazionale del Mugello.

It was a difficult race for all the premier class riders, who, before the start of it, had to observe a minute of silence on the grid in memory of Jason Dupasquier. The young Swiss rider passed away just a few hours earlier due to the injuries sustained in a severe accident that occurred yesterday during Moto3 qualifying and which saw him involved. Francesco Bagnaia, who was deeply shaken by the tragic news, could not maintain his concentration during today’s race. After a promising start from the front row, the Ducati Lenovo Team rider crashed out of contention on lap 2 while he was in the lead and was then forced to retire.

Jack Miller, fifth in yesterday’s qualifying session, closed today’s race in sixth place. After a good start from the second row, the Australian rider struggled to find his rhythm immediately, and he eventually dropped back after a few laps. Despite his attempts to close in on his rivals, Miller had to finish the race in sixth place, still managing to secure important points for the overall standings, which currently see him in fourth place, behind Bagnaia (third) and Zarco (second), 31 points off leader Quartararo.

After today’s race, Ducati and the Ducati Lenovo Team are second in the Constructors’ and Teams’ standings.

Jack Miller (#43 Ducati Lenovo Team) – 6th
“Today was a race of survival and, with the wind, I struggled a lot. I did my best, trying to make up positions towards the end, but I didn’t feel completely comfortable. In any case, today, we take some important points for the overall standings. Now we have to leave Mugello behind us and move on to the next race in Barcelona, where we’ll definitely aim for a better result”.

Francesco Bagnaia (#63 Ducati Lenovo Team) – DNF
“First of all, I want to apologise to the whole team. I made a mistake, and it’s a pity because we’ve worked hard all weekend and had the potential to fight for the win. Unfortunately, after the news of Jason Dupasquier’s passing, I couldn’t keep my concentration. Now we have to move on and start focusing on the next race, which will take place next week in Barcelona”.

In less than seven days, the Ducati Lenovo Team will be back on track for the Grand Prix of Catalunya, scheduled for 4th-6th June at the Montmelò Circuit, near Barcelona.


PETRONAS Yamaha Sepang Racing Team would like to send their sincere condolences to Jason Dupasquier’s team, family and friends. The young Moto3 rider will be sorely missed in the paddock.

After steadily making his way up the order, from 19th on the grid, throughout the 23-lap race, and a battle for position in the final laps, Valentino Rossi took his first top-ten finish of the season at his home GP. Team-mate Franco Morbidelli, who was forced to run wide to avoid another rider’s incident on the second lap, ended the ItalianGP 16th.

In the MotoGP World Championship standings Franco is currently ninth – 33 points, with Valentino 19th – 15 points.

Next weekend will see Morbidelli and Rossi in action at the Gran Premi Monster Energy de Catalunya (4-6 June).

Razlan Razali
Team Principal

It has been a difficult weekend for the whole of the MotoGP fraternity, with the loss of young rider Jason Dupasquier. It’s hard for all of us to have this loss in the paddock, but this is our sport and it’s dangerous. Everyone is grieving with this loss.

It was a very good top-ten for Valentino in today’s MotoGP race, however it is a shame that Franco’s GP unfolded the way it did. Jake showed some good pace in the Moto2 race, but it’s unfortunate that Xavi was not able to finish. It was good to have some points in Moto3 with both Darryn and John scoring well.

Valentino Rossi
10th (+25.146)

My condolences go to the family of Jason Dupasquier, his team and also his friends. When these things happen it is difficult to find the will to race, because you question what is the point of racing? But unfortunately you also ask what is the sense in not racing? You cannot change what happened. It was very difficult to put the helmet on and concentrate on the race today.

I lost a bit of time in the first corner because of contact, but after that my pace was decent. I was able to recover, do some overtakes and I could stay inside the top-ten. It is not fantastic, but we have taken some points today.

Franco Morbidelli
16th (+37.906)

Today was very difficult to concentrate and be focused for the race because of the very sad news that we received before the race. Our sport can be like this sometimes; unfortunately it is a dangerous sport and things like this can happen. I’m really sorry for what happened, but it’s important to absorb this hard hit and go forward with the same energy as always. My condolences go to all of Jason Dupasquier’s loved ones.

Regarding the race, another rider crashed in front of me on the second lap and I had to avoid both him and his bike. I had to try not to crash myself as well, which I managed, but it cost me a lot of time and I was unable to stay with the pack. Anyway, I didn’t have the speed that I would have wanted today and overall it just wasn’t the best of days, for many reasons. I’m now looking forward to forgetting this weekend and to face another race in Barcelona next week.


30 May 2021 | Italian GP Race
Álex Márquez secured a points finish at Mugello, but the Italian Grand Prix was overshadowed by awful news of the death of Moto3 star Jason Dupasquier. Starting from the back of the MotoGP grid, the LCR Honda CASTROL rider showed determination to climb through the field and took the chequered flag in 14th position on an emotional day for the entire paddock.

Álex demonstrated his improving pace by taking 7th spot in the morning warm-up session and then made a positive start to pick up a few places on the opening lap. He battled hard throughout and eventually finished just four seconds outside of the top 10, but the Spaniard was quick to pay tribute to Dupasquier afterwards.

Álex Márquez – 14th

“It was a difficult day here. The warm-up was very positive and we were able to make some steps and look forward as we had quite good pace. But in the race, we decided to go with a front hard tyre and maybe it wasn’t the right decision as I was losing a little bit too much on the left side. It was a difficult weekend, but I think we made some good steps during the warm-up and the three days. We need to analyse some more and come back stronger. Anyway, today the main thing was that we raced for Jason, many times racing can be like this. I think for all of us the race was of secondary importance today.”


Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP‘s Fabio Quartararo was unstoppable in today‘s Gran Premio d‘Italia Oakley. He was resolved to win this race for the late Jason Dupasquier and did it in style. Maverick Viñales didn‘t have the best of starts from 13th on the grid but recovered to 8th place at the chequered flag.

Quartararo had to pull himself together after an emotional one-minute silence before the race start. Though concentrating afterwards was difficult, the Yamaha man was determined to race in Dupasquier‘s honour. After a lightning-fast start from pole thanks to the new launch device that Yamaha introduced this weekend, he slotted into second place behind Francesco Bagnaia. The Frenchman was all over the rear of the Ducati until the Italian crashed out on lap 2 and handed him the lead. Though briefly overtaken by Johann Zarco on the start-finish straight, the Yamaha rider wasn‘t shy to squeeze his nimbler Yamaha through in return, making excellent use of the bike‘s high corner speed.

The next two laps continued to be a tug of war between the two compatriots, but then the number-20 rider put the hammer down and checked out. With 17 laps to go, he already had an over 1-second margin to his pursuer and was in the zone. Fully focused on getting everything out of his YZR-M1, he continued to flash red sectors. At one point his advantage was over four seconds. The remainder of the race was a lonely and slightly emotional ride, but Quartararo didn‘t put a foot wrong. He took the win by 2.592s across the finish line.

Viñales had a difficult start from 13th on the grid and found himself in 16th place after the first lap. However, the Spaniard picked up two positions, and with two further riders crashing out, he moved up to 12th.

He was at the back of a three-rider group fighting for tenth place, but after the first eight laps the group started to break apart. Eager to stay in contention for a top-10 finish, Top Gun picked up the pace. With 15 laps to go, he overtook Pol Espargaró. He went on to set red and personal best sectors and soon also breezed past Danilo Petrucci. Next up was Michele Pirro, who put up a fight but in the end was no match for the Spaniard. On lap 13, Viñales made it stick.

Having used up most of his medium tyres, it was too big an ask to close the over 4-second gap to the rider in ninth place. However, with two late crashers, the number-12 rider took eighth place over the finish line, 17.239s from first.

Thanks to today‘s results, Quartararo extends his lead in the championship standings to 24 points, with a 105 points total. Viñales is now in sixth, with a 64 points total. Yamaha is back in first place in the constructor championship with a 132 points total, and the Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP Team is also in first place in the team standings with 169 points.

The next MotoGP race weekend is scheduled to take place next week in Catalunya, Spain, at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya from 4th – 6th June 2021.

Yamaha Motor Co., Ltd, Yamaha Motor Racing Srl, and the entire Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP team are deeply saddened by the passing of Swiss Moto3 rider Jason Dupasquier today. We extend our heartfelt condolences to his family, friends, loved ones, and the PrüstelGP team.


Fabio did an amazing job today. He was feeling quite emotional after the one-minute silence, but he still managed to do a good job, staying fully concentrated. Honestly, coming here we didn‘t expect that we were going to win the race in Mugello – which is usually territory more suited to our rivals – and especially with such a comfortable margin. But Fabio and his crew worked really cleverly this weekend on fixing the mapping and trying to save as much tyre as possible, and the rest was all Fabio. Though the team tried some setting tweaks this morning, we weren‘t able to make Maverick 100% comfortable with the front of his bike during the race. Starting from 13th is difficult for us anyway, but he did a good job to just steadily pick up places where he could and take 8th place in the end. Overall we are pleased because our team got its fourth win of the season, but the tragic passing of Jason Dupasquier casts a shadow over this day. All Yamaha staff‘s and the team members‘ thoughts are with his family, friends, loved ones, and the PrüstelGP team.


In short, there was a lot of emotion today. It was an amazing day for us, but it was so difficult to stay focused. Honestly, I don‘t know how I was able to keep up this pace because every lap you do, you are thinking about Jason Dupasquier. It‘s not an easy thing to do, and I think that all the riders rode for him. My thoughts are with his family. My strategy today was to see which position we would get with the use of the holeshot device. I am super happy with it. I was in second place at the first corner. I remember 2019, when I started from second here and I think I was eighth or ninth in the first corner. So, it was amazing to arrive at the first corner in fourth gear and in second position today. I was riding easily behind Francesco Bagnaia, and when I saw him crash, I wanted to try to ride five laps at my maximum. But then Johann Zarco overtook me. So I said, ’I need to do aggressive moves‘. First of all to make him lose time and also to open up a gap. I thought, ’if I can hold on to first going into the first corner, it‘s good‘, and that‘s what happened. So, I‘m really happy about my race.


Well, actually I didn’t have enough feeling with the front. I struggled a lot. Somehow, I was so good during FP1, but at that time I was riding with the soft front. So we need to check what makes such a big difference in the front feeling between compounds for us. We need to find out why I struggled with the medium front tyre this entire weekend. I couldn’t turn and couldn’t make a big improvement in my lap times. Basically, during this race I struggled a lot. It wasn’t a good weekend for us unfortunately, and overall today was a sad day. It was very emotional to stand on the starting grid before the race for the one-minute silence in remembrance of Jason Dupasquier. I send my condolences to his family and friends as well as his team.






Before considering any results on the track and in the name of the sport we love, today demands heartfelt and moving thoughts for Jason Duspasquier. Aprilia Racing stands by the family, team and friends of the young rider in his memory.

With a stoic race, due to the conditions of his arm – still not at full fitness – and great strategic skill, Aleix once again rode his RS-GP into the top ten, actually finishing seventh, just behind the leading group and, thanks to the points earned, he is now lying seventh in the championship standings.

After a less-than perfect start from the fourth spot on the grid, Aleix established his pace, settling in with the fastest riders and staying in that group all the way to the end. He finished with a gap contained within eight seconds, which would have been just over six if Aleix had simply managed the generous advantage over his rivals in the final two laps.

Mugello has always been a worrisome track – a true test bench – and Aprilia had never before been so close to the top on this circuit which is extraordinary and challenging like no other. This is yet another sign of the progress that the RS-GP project, completely revolutionised from last season, is making now that it has been able to resume normal development.

After unfortunate qualifiers, Lorenzo Savadori also made steps forward and, thanks in part to a few crashes by the riders ahead of him, finished in the points.
“We continue to be in the leading group and this is undoubtedly a good sign for me and for Aprilia. However, I feel like I could have achieved more today. Unfortunately, I didn’t find the same, outstanding sensations that I had during practice on the RS-GP. I was missing something in acceleration. We still haven’t been able to explain it, but we were less incisive compared with yesterday. Still, finishing so close to the podium here as well is a result to be proud of. Another positive note is that the arm reacted better than expected.”
“If I look at the pace I was able to maintain, I’m a bit disappointed in myself, because the top 10 was not that far off. I lost a lot of time in the battle with Alex Marquez, whereas, when I could set my own pace, I was able to get close to the group ahead of me. In any case, I am looking at the overall improvement, which is consistent, even on a track like this one where I am obviously penalised by my build. I must say that the RS-GP confirmed that it works well here at Mugello too.”

Repsol Honda

Repsol Honda Team end difficult Mugello weekend

The Italian Grand Prix was overshadowed by the heartbreaking news of Jason Dupasquier’s passing. The Repsol Honda Team and HRC would like to extend their deepest condolences to Jason’s family, friends and team at this difficult time.

Pol Espargaro took a 12th place finish in Mugello, concluding an overall difficult weekend for himself and the team. Damage during the early stages to the aerodynamics of Espargaro’s Honda RC213V compromised the performance and stability of the bike and his race.

Unfortunately, after a promising start, Marc Marquez’s race lasted just over a lap as he fell at turn three on lap two. Marquez walked away unharmed in the fall.

Round seven follows immediately, the paddock heading to Barcelona for the Catalan GP next week, June 03 – 06. A home race for both Pol Espargaro and Marc Marquez, the Repsol Honda Team will continue to give their utmost to deliver what both riders need for success.

Pol Espargaro

“Today our results are not the focus, the most important thing is thinking of Jason and his family. Today we all had him in our hearts and minds when we raced. My race was difficult today, the start was ok and I was behind Taka. Then something happened with the wing and I lost it, which made it very complicated. I was losing a lot of aerodynamics, changing direction was very hard and the bike was not behaving. This happened on lap four or five so it was difficult. We will keep working in Barcelona.”

Marc Marquez

“It has been a very hard weekend for MotoGP, we have lost a young talent, a young rider inside the paddock. This situation is very hard for everyone, and we wish everyone close to Jason all the best. Unfortunately we finished the race much earlier than we were expecting and it was really not a good situation because I need laps on the bike. I had contact with Brad Binder, it was a racing incident, and this happens many times here at this track. I thought that Binder was further back and in the change of direction, we touched, it as my mistake. Luckily no one else fell. Now we prepare for Catalunya after this difficult weekend for the MotoGP family.”



Team Suzuki Press Office – May 30.

MotoGP™ Race Classification:

Joan Mir: 3rd
Alex Rins: DNF

The MotoGP™ race at the Autodromo Internazionale del Mugello got underway under a dark cloud after the tragic death of young Moto3 rider, Jason Dupasquier, was announced. Riders and members of the paddock gathered together on the grid ahead of the 23 lap race to pay their respects to the Swiss rider with a one minute’s silence.

Joan Mir and Alex Rins made determined starts and were running sixth and seventh by the end of the first lap. One lap later they had climbed one place each and the Team Suzuki Ecstar pairing were showing good pace. However, they spent many laps stuck behind Jack Miller as the race leaders were building a gap, but they didn’t let this dishearten them and they continued to use their excellent corner speed to their advantage, passing the Australian and setting their sights on podium places.

Both Mir and Rins got their heads down and chipped away at the gap to Miguel Oliveira, impressively taking just three laps to get on the Portuguese rider’s tail. On Lap 17 the Hamamatsu riders had their GSX-RRs in third and fourth, but on the next lap Rins lost the front of his bike at Turn 15 and suffered his fourth DNF in a row – he was luckily uninjured. Mir continued to push hard, not only maintaining a podium spot in third but giving his all to gain second place. At the chequered flag it was a close finish and the Mallorcan took a great third, which he dedicated to Jason Dupasquier.

Shinichi Sahara – Project Leader and Team Director:

“It’s been an up and down day; of course we’re very pleased with Joan’s efforts and his podium finish because he didn’t have an ideal grid position but he was able to make a good start and show great pace. Alex also had strong pace with the race tyres, and we were really aiming for a double podium today, which seemed possible, but unfortunately another crash for Alex meant it didn’t happen. Luckily he is fine. We won’t give up and we’ll continue to work towards better consistency.”

Ken Kawauchi – Technical Manager:

“This weekend has been very tough, but we are happy to get back on the podium. I want to thank and congratulate Joan for this great result, and also the team for all their efforts. It was such a pity for Alex today, he had podium pace and plenty of potential but unfortunately he crashed again. We will continue pushing to get both riders on the podium, and we move now directly to Barcelona where we will work hard and hope for a nice finish for Joan and Alex.”

Joan Mir:

“It was very difficult to put the helmet on today, a really hard day at the office. What happened to Jason was incredibly sad – we are all humans and part of a paddock family, so of course we feel all these emotions. It’s been the saddest podium of my career, and also for Fabio and Miguel I’m sure. I send my warmest wishes to Jason’s family and team and dedicate this podium to them. My crew did great job this weekend, the bike improved every day and I gave my absolute all, so I’m pleased to repay them with this 3rd place. I would also like to dedicate this result to our team member, Elvio, who was badly injured in an accident last year but was finally able to join us here in Mugello. Now it’s time to rest a bit and get prepared for Montmelo.”

Alex Rins:

“It’s difficult to say what happened today, because I was riding well behind Joan and holding strong positions and making passes. During the race I felt pretty good with the bike, but not quite the same feeling as during practices. I was struggling a bit with the front of the bike, and we need to analyse what happened because I can’t figure it out. It’s four DNFs for me in a row now, and that’s not normal, so we need to find out what’s going on, causing me to lose the front and crash out. Luckily I’m fine physically, but obviously I am feeling very disappointed. This weekend has been very tough for everybody, and my thoughts are with Jason Dupasquier’s family and friends. Now we need some time to refocus before Barcelona next weekend.”

GRAN PREMIO D’ITALIA OAKLEY – MotoGP™ Race Classification:

1. F. QUARTARARO – Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP – 41:16.344
2. M. OLIVEIRA – Red Bull KTM Factory Racing +02.592
3. J. MIR – Team SUZUKI ECSTAR +03.000
4. J. ZARCO – Pramac Racing +03.535
5. B. BINDER – Red Bull KTM Factory Racing +04.903
6. J. MILLER – Ducati Lenovo Team +06.233
7. A. ESPARGARO – Aprilia Racing Team Gresini +08.030
8. M. VIÑALES – Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP +17.239
9. D. PETRUCCI – Tech 3 KTM Factory Racing +23.296
10. V. ROSSI – Petronas Yamaha SRT +25.146
11. I. LECUONA – Tech 3 KTM Factory Racing +25.152
12. P. ESPARGARO – Repsol Honda Team +26.059
13. M. PIRRO – Pramac Racing +26.182
14. A. MARQUEZ – LCR Honda CASTROL +29.400
15. L. SAVADORI – Aprilia Racing Team Gresini +32.378
16. F. MORBIDELLI – Petronas Yamaha SRT +37.906
17. L. MARINI – SKY VR46 Avintia +50.306
Not Classified:
T. NAKAGAMI – LCR Honda IDEMITSU – 34:13.504 – 20 laps
A. RINS – Team SUZUKI ECSTAR – 32:21.384 – 19 laps
F. BAGNAIA – Ducati Lenovo Team – 01:52.699 – 2 laps
M. MARQUEZ – Repsol Honda Team – 01:54.303 – 1 laps
E. BASTIANINI – Avintia Esponsorama – 00.000 – 1 laps

MotoGP™ World Standings:

1 Fabio QUARTARARO Yamaha 105
2 Johann ZARCO Ducati 81
3 Francesco BAGNAIA Ducati 79
4 Jack MILLER Ducati 74
5 Joan MIR Suzuki 65
6 Maverick VIÑALES Yamaha 64
7 Aleix ESPARGARO Aprilia 44
8 Brad BINDER KTM 35
9 Franco MORBIDELLI Yamaha 33
10 Miguel OLIVEIRA KTM 29
11 Pol ESPARGARO Honda 29
12 Takaaki NAKAGAMI Honda 28
13 Alex RINS Suzuki 23
14 Danilo PETRUCCI KTM 23
15 Alex MARQUEZ Honda 20
16 Enea BASTIANINI Ducati 20
17 Jorge MARTIN Ducati 17
18 Marc MARQUEZ Honda 16
19 Valentino ROSSI Yamaha 15
20 Iker LECUONA KTM 13
21 Stefan BRADL Honda 11
22 Luca MARINI Ducati 9
23 Michele PIRRO Ducati 3
24 Lorenzo SAVADORI Aprilia 3
25 Tito RABAT Ducati 1


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