eKartingNews.com Driver Rankings – TaG – 2013 Final Standings

Pagano squeaks out top spot to end season, edging out Neri by three points

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EKN Driver Rankings logoThe 2013 season was another exciting year of racing in TaG competition, with over 400 drivers earning results toward the final standings of the eKartingNews.com Driver Rankings. From coast to coast, north to south, the entire country was busy with racing over the last 12 months. Throughout the year, a number of veterans stood out, young rookies stepped up to the plate, and big fields fought weekend after weekend. In the end, after 158 races, it was California driver Louie Pagano holding on to the top spot by the closet margin in EKN Driver Rankings history.

The top spot in the standings was Pagano’s to lose heading into the SKUSA SuperNationals XVII. The gap was just 109 points over Nick Neri, who was racing in the S1 Pro Stock Moto category with no points to lose. The Dallas Karting Complex/Sodi Racing USA driver was looking to duplicate or better his runner-up performance a year ago in Las Vegas, while also fighting for the SKUSA Pro Tour championship. After qualifying 20th, he recorded one DNF and two top-10 finishes to start 19th in the main event on SuperSunday. On a charge aboard his Sodi Kart, Pagano was fighting for a spot on the podium when contact would break his exhaust system. Classified 23rd, Pagano would come up 18 points short of the SKUSA Pro Tour title, but earn the honor of #1 TaG driver for 2013 by a slim three points.

Holding strong in second is Neri, as the Ocala Gran Prix/Tony Kart driver was among the best all season long. Neri came up about one or two positions short throughout the season. Despite the shortfall of major victories or championships, the three-time Rotax Grand Nationals champion continues to be a threat where ever he competes. Just holding onto the third in the final standings is California ProKart Challenge champion Jake Craig. The ART GP driver nearly fell out of the top-three, losing a top-10 finish from last year’s SuperNationals, and replacing it with a 14th and losing 14 points.

On his heels was US Rotax Grand Nationals and Pan-American Challenge winner Oliver Askew – the top TaG Senior rookie of 2013. It was a memorable year for the Ocala Gran Prix/Tony Kart driver, as he also submitted an amazing performance at the Rotax Grand Finals to stand on the podium in the third position in Senior Max. Capping off the top-five was Ireland’s Charlie Eastwood as the Tony Kart driver and 2012 Rotax Grand Finals champion earned the Florida Winter Tour title in addition to a runner-up at the Rotax Pan-American Challenge at NOLAMotorsportsPark.

Jumping back up into the top-10 is a former #1 driver on the standings Mason Chelootz. The Top Kart USA driver ran a limited schedule in 2013, and when we mean limited we mean missing a few races toward the end of the season after recording 33 races on the year. While he was not as dominant in WKA Manufacturers Cup Series action as the year before, he recorded his best finish at the SuperNationals with a fifth place podium run. Holding seventh is Derek Dignan, who trumped Chelootz by earning the honor of posting the most races on the season with 42. The KartSport North America driver performed well in what was his rookie season at the Senior level, and should be a threat for more wins in 2014.

Ending year tied for eighth is Andrew Zimmer and Travis Lowe. The newly crowned SKUSA Pro Tour champion had a horrendous SuperNationals but earned enough points throughout the season to maintain the top spot on in the point standings, while finishing the season eighth aboard his ART GP. Lowe jumped up eight positions thanks to his sixth place performance in Las Vegas, with the Kosmic driver ending up as vice-champion to Craig at the California ProKart Challenge. Rounding out the top-10 for 2013 is NorCal driver Austin Elliott. It was a solid sophomore season for the Top Kart USA driver, recording strong finishes throughout the year, dropping back one spot in the final standings after a tough SuperNationals.

Dropping off the top-10 at the end is WKA TaG champion Jonathan Kotyk as the Ocala Gran Prix/Tony Kart driver is finishing up recovery from a wreck in September at the GoPro Motorplex for the WKA Manufacturers Cup Series finale. He was in Vegas and told EKN he will be ready to go in 2014. Also missing from the top-10 are some prominent names, including Challenge of the Americas champion Phillip Arscott, as the Rolison Performance Group/Kosmic driver only recorded seven races on the year after spending the summer months in Germany.


Louie Pagano (Photo: On Track Promotions - otp.ca)

Louie Pagano
(Photo: On Track Promotions – otp.ca)

TaG #1 – Louie Pagano
Camarillo, California

After a couple years as the young gun, Louie Pagano has elevated himself to the elite status within the TaG rankings in North America. Early in the year as a MRP Motorsport/Birel driver, Pagano came within laps of the Rotax Challenge of the Americas championship, losing to a broken chain. Heading into the SuperNationals with a shot at the SKUSA Pro Tour title, Pagano put his Dallas Karting Complex/Sodi Racing USA entry in position for the championship. This time, a broken exhaust sidelined the SoCal driver and put him 18 points short of the title. Despite the disappointment, there are only a handful of drivers that show the drive and commitment to be the best, and Pagano is at the top of that list.

Point Breakdown

Race Rank Finish Points
Rotax COTA 2013 – Tucson #1 9 2 1032
Rotax COTA 2013 – Tucson #2 9 3 1022
Rotax COTA 2013 – PKRA #1 9 2 1048
Rotax COTA 2013 – PKRA #2 9 3 1035
SKUSA SpringNationals ’13 #1 9 2 1060
SKUSA SpringNationals ’13 #2 9 5 1021
SKUSA SummerNationals ’13 #2 9 4 1048

Inside the Stats
Average Finish: 3.0
Average Points: 1038
Total Points: 7266

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Nick Neri (Photo: Ken Johnson - Studio52.us)

Nick Neri
(Photo: Ken Johnson – Studio52.us)

TaG #2 – Nick Neri
Palmetto, Florida

From the start of the 2013 season, until the very end, Neri has been among the best in the TaG divisions. He won in WKA competition, Florida Winter Tour, performed well at Superkarts! USA Pro Tour, stood on the podium at the US Rotax Grand Nationals and Pan-American Challenge. Neri is also earning status in the shifterkart ranks, winning the S2 Semi-Pro division at the SuperNationals in 2011 while placing runner-up this year in S1 Pro, finishing the year 37th in the EKN Stock Moto Driver Rankings. During the summer, the Ocala Gran Prix driver has competed in stock car and open wheel action. No matter what you put Neri in, he will be fast.

 

Point Breakdown

Race Rank Finish Points
WKA Man. Cup Series ’13 – Daytona – TaG #1 9 1 1027
Florida Winter Tour ’13 – PBIR – Rotax #2 9 4 1009
Florida Winter Tour ’13 – PBIR – Rotax #5 9 1 1034
Florida Winter Tour ’13 – PBIR – Rotax #6 9 2 1024
SKUSA SummerNationals ’13 #1 9 6 1026
US Rotax Grand Nationals ’13 10 3 1135
Rotax Pan-American Challenge ’13 9 3 1008

Inside the Stats
Average Finish: 2.86
Average Points: 1037.6
Total Points: 7263

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Jake Craig (Photo: Ken Johnson - Studio52.us)

Jake Craig
(Photo: Ken Johnson – Studio52.us)

TaG #3 – Jake Craig
Mission Viejo, California

Craig is another one of the young drivers making a name for themselves in the sport. The 2011 SKUSA Pro Tour champion was impressive during his rookie season last year, and avoided the sophomore slump in 2013 by producing a number of solid results all while switching brands. The California driver scored his first win of the season at California PKC at Willow Springs aboard the Kosmic, and came back the next round to win at Adams in his ART GP debut. While not included in the EKN Driver Rankings, Craig traveled north to the Can-Am Karting Challenge and stole the Senior Max championship to earn his ticket to the Rotax Grand Finals at NOLA. Big victories are just around the corner for this young driver.

Point Breakdown

Race Rank Finish Points
Rotax COTA 2013 – PKRA #1 9 4 1027
Rotax COTA 2013 – PKRA #2 9 4 1024
California ProKart Challenge ’13 #2 9 1 1042
California ProKart Challenge ’13 #4 9 1 1014
SKUSA SummerNationals ’13 #1 9 4 1048
US Rotax Grand Nationals ’13 10 13 1019
SKUSA SuperNationals XVII 10 14 1033

Inside the Stats
Average Finish: 5.86
Average Points: 1029.6
Total Points: 7207


EKN Driver Rankings Calculation Process
The EKN Driver Rankings are calculated using a driver’s best finishes in major North American races. Assembled using events from the previous 12 months from the current date, we use a driver’s best seven finishes in TaG and six in Stock Moto to determine their overall current point total. With each new release, results posted from more than one year ago are discarded. To deliver our ranking list, we tabulate the results of all the national programs and selected regional programs. We have included the results for the major one-off events such as the SKUSA SuperNationals, the US Rotax Max Challenge Grand Nationals, the Rock Island Grand Prix and the Streets of Lancaster Grand Prix.

Each race is initially weighted based on the prestige and history of the event or series with a score of ten (10) being the highest attainable base ranking. For 2013, the SKUSA SuperNationals and US Rotax Max Challenge Grand Nationals receive a score of 10 in their initial weighting in the TaG category while the SuperNationals is the lone event in the Stock Moto division. The SKUSA Pro Tour series events draw a base ranking of nine (9), while the WKA Manufacturers Cup, Florida Winter Tour, Rotax Challenge of the Americas, IKF 2-Cycle Sprint Grand Nationals, Rotax Pan American Challenge, United States Pro Kart Series and other regional program races were given a base ranking of either eight (8) or nine (9).

The EKN staff reserves the right to adjust the rankings of each event throughout the year. A minimum entry total for any events considered for the Driver Rankings program is five (5). If an event does not have at least five (5) drivers starting the race, those results will not be tabulated toward the Driver Rankings.

Added to these initial rankings are two variables that help confirm the true importance of an event to the ranking process – field size and field strength. A percentage of one weighting point is added for the size of the field, while the number of existing top 50 drivers entered offers another full point or fraction of a point. The sum of these numbers becomes the overall ranking for any race. Following a race, drivers receive points based on their finishing positions with 100 points earned for a win. Each subsequent position drops by one point with 99 points given to the second place driver and so on throughout the field. These points are then multiplied by the overall ranking to produce a driver’s final point total from each event. Using a driver’s best seven races in TaG, six for Stock Moto, we calculate each driver’s overall score and subsequent ranking.


TaG Driver Rankings – 2013 Final Standings

Pos. Oct. 31 +/- Driver Races Score
1. 1 NC Louie Pagano 14 7266
2. 2 NC Nick Neri 14 7263
3. 3 NC Jake Craig 15 7207
4. 4 NC Oliver Askew 8 7206
5. 5 NC Charlie Eastwood 7 7160
6. 14 8 Mason Chelootz 33 7158
7. 7 NC Derek Dignan 42 7102
8. 8 NC Andrew Zimmer 10 7100
8. 16 8 Travis Lowe 11 7100
10. 9 -1 Austin Elliott 15 7087
11. 10 -1 Jonathan Kotyk 26 7084
12. 11 -1 Andrew Palmer 8 7032
13. 25 12 Parker McKean 9 7030
14. 12 -2 Phillip Arscott 7 7026
15. 13 -2 Matt Johnson 10 7003
16. 19 3 Mason Daughters 15 6991
17. 15 -2 Jake Johnston 35 6975
18. 6 -12 Daniel Formal 11 6950
19. 17 -2 Garrett Johnston 33 6925
20. 18 -2 Jesus Rios Jr. 21 6905
21. 29 8 Andrew Wiener 16 6891
22. 30 8 Jonathan May 9 6882
23. 20 -3 TJ Koyen 15 6878
24. 21 -3 Michael Giessen 19 6871
25. 22 -3 Alejandro Fernandez 22 6831
26. 36 10 Dustin Stross 28 6817
27. 23 -4 Mark Boos 32 6815
28. 24 -4 Dakota Dickerson 10 6801
29. 26 -3 Roger Ralston Jr. 24 6788
30. 27 -3 Jacob Knueven 29 6774
31. 28 -3 Alex Keyes 8 6756
32. 31 -1 William Owen 18 6729
33. 32 -1 Andrew Bujdoso 25 6706
34. 34 NC Jacob Donald 21 6658
35. 35 NC Phil DeLaO 8 6597
36. 33 -3 Tommy Andersen 14 6587
37. 37 NC Sam Beasley 8 6561
38. 38 NC Kyle Kalish 15 6552
39. 55 16 Jess Peterson 11 6535
40. 57 17 Daniel Roeper 9 6520
41. 39 -2 Nick Rivellini 12 6520
42. 40 -2 AJ Myers 8 6500
43. 41 -2 Calvin Stewart 19 6488
44. 42 -2 Fritz Leesmann 8 6469
45. 43 -2 Mike Herda 10 6469
46. 51 5 Colton Ramsey 23 6444
47. 44 -3 Ayrton Climo 9 6423
48. 45 -3 Ashley Rogero 9 6403
49. 46 -3 Carlee Taylor 10 6356
50. 54 4 Chris Wehrheim 10 6341
51. 47 -4 Nick Landi 15 6326
52. 48 -4 Robby Seward 8 6315
53. 49 -4 Mark Dismore Jr. 10 6310
54. 50 -4 Tazio Ottis 9 6305
55. 53 -2 Grayson Browne 8 6296
56. 56 NC Nathan Kelly 9 6257
57. 58 1 Jacob Duvall 13 6220
58. 59 1 Zacharie Scalzo 7 6154
59. 60 1 Trenton Walko 16 6119
60. 61 1 John McCusker 25 6110
61. 62 1 Austin Dement 7 6100
62. 64 2 Cabot Bigham 8 6039
63. 65 2 Elliot Finlayson 10 6035
64. 66 2 Kindra Hurlbert 18 6024
65. 67 2 Matt England 9 6012
66. 68 2 Michael Geringer 16 5990
67. 69 2 Patrick Soares 12 5987
68. 70 2 Adam Crepin 18 5986
69. 63 -6 Scott Kopp 12 5976
70. 71 1 Oliver Scigliano 14 5971
71. 52 -19 Joel Jens 10 5939
72. 72 NC Ray Church 10 5929
73. 73 NC Chase Jones 10 5898
74. 74 NC Corey Towles 11 5886
75. 75 NC Tadasuke Makino 6 5880
76. 76 NC Hunter Ceto 10 5855
77. 77 NC Sam Cate 17 5847
78. 78 NC Dallas Hollins 7 5844
79. 79 NC Darin Marcus 7 5821
80. 80 NC Nicholas Martin 16 5795
81. 81 NC Wyatt Maness 12 5756
82. 82 NC Anthony Granata 12 5744
83. 83 NC Austin Erikson 18 5729
84. 84 NC Troy Hottmann 10 5726
85. 85 NC Michael Bartholomew 8 5706
86. 86 NC Luke Varley 6 5692
87. 87 NC Matt Stagl 8 5687
88. 88 NC Chandler Horton 13 5681
89. 89 NC Drake Ostrom 12 5667
90. 90 NC Billy Lewis 7 5663
91. 91 NC Bryce Choquer 7 5620
92. 92 NC Konrad Czaczyk 7 5599
93. 93 NC Mike Maness 8 5512
94. 94 NC Aaron Snyder 7 5492
95. 95 NC Max Mallinen 8 5438
96. 96 NC Ryan Nash 8 5436
97. 97 NC Jimmy Clark 7 5426
98. 98 NC Mick Gabriel 6 5383
99. 99 NC Jose Zanella 6 5372
100. 100 NC Bailey Murphy 6 5277
101. 101 NC Steven Szigeti 6 5198
102. 102 NC Robert Bujdoso 6 5131
103. 103 NC Wilson Esteban Hurtado Guerrero 6 5083
104. 140 36 Jason Dempster 6 5039
105. 104 -1 Brandon Salyer 6 5037
106. 105 -1 Ben Schermerhorn 6 5024
107. 106 -1 Jimmy Fatum 6 4981
108. 107 -1 Mike McAndrews 6 4949
109. 109 NC Sabre Cook 6 4917
110. 110 NC Carlos Calderon 6 4896
111. 111 NC Zeb Davis 6 4888
112. 112 NC Kevin Barbesino 6 4875
113. 113 NC Olivia Horn 6 4873
114. 114 NC Chris Cricca 5 4862
115. 115 NC Armin Cavkusic 6 4859
116. 116 NC Gresham Wagner 6 4859
117. 117 NC Mason Marotta 5 4856
118. 118 NC Braden Eves 6 4834
119. 119 NC Richy Yates 6 4784
120. 120 NC Laura Sutton 6 4752
121. 121 NC Sven Nicolas Schele 6 4726
122. 122 NC Michael Andrews Jr. 6 4718
123. 123 NC Andy Schlosser 6 4709
124. 124 NC Hailey Groff 6 4703
125. 125 NC Jason Devine 6 4683
126. 126 NC Bradley Dezall 6 4639
127. 127 NC Louis Satterlee II 6 4626
128. 131 3 Andre Nicastro 5 4611
129. 128 -1 Ricky Brooks 6 4605
130. 129 -1 Tristan DeGrand 5 4602
131. 130 -1 Andres Ceballos 5 4535
132. 132 NC Felipe Vargas Valverde 5 4303
133. 133 NC Porter Aiken 5 4283
134. 134 NC Adam Dowler 5 4215
135. 135 NC Morgan Healey 5 4214
136. 136 NC Luke Waller 5 4202
137. 137 NC Tyler Coffman 5 4179
138. 138 NC Brandon Jarsocrak 5 4178
139. 139 NC Jeremy Doll 5 4175
140. 141 1 Shelby Sander 5 4097
141. 142 1 Nicolas Daza 5 4075
142. 144 2 Joe Criscione 5 4059
143. 108 -35 Logan Bearden 5 3999
144. 145 1 Mat Souza 5 3933
145. 182 37 Kennan Hertzner 5 3923
146. 146 NC Juan Jimenez 4 3843
147. 147 NC Jamie McMurray 4 3698
148. 148 NC Emily Maddison 4 3554
149. 149 NC Kathryn Cornell 4 3546
150. 151 1 Kyle Smith 4 3495
151. 152 1 Blake Murdock 4 3456
152. 153 1 Jack Weprin 4 3456
153. 154 1 Austin Cindric 4 3409
154. 155 1 Augie Lerch 4 3381
155. 156 1 Hanna Zellers 4 3380
156. 157 1 Jordan Robertson 4 3379
157. 158 1 Roberto Manduchi 4 3361
158. 159 1 Glen Sides 4 3346
159. 160 1 Cris Araujo 4 3324
160. 162 2 Artie Carpenter 4 3304
161. 163 2 Chris Guimarra 4 3294
162. 164 2 Julia Boos 4 3293
163. 165 2 Nicky DeFronzo 4 3291
164. 166 2 Austin McCusker 4 3289
165. 167 2 Michael Ilavia 4 3286
166. 168 2 Matt Chase 4 3278
167. 169 2 Jarrett Duncovich 4 3268
168. 170 2 Jesse Grose 4 3247
169. 171 2 Matthew Koerner 4 3245
170. 172 2 Sean Conyers 4 3244
171. 173 2 Bernard Cohen 4 3231
172. 174 2 Juan Diego Maldonado 4 3230
173. 143 -30 Evan Mehan 4 3228
174. 175 1 Christopher Morrison 4 3213
175. 176 1 Tyler Edwards 4 3200
176. 177 1 Austin Jordan 4 3198
177. 178 1 Brian LaBarbera 4 3176
178. 179 1 Nicolas Augosto Daza Rovira 4 3150
179. 180 1 Josh Hotz 4 3141
180. 181 1 Michael Goodyear 4 3140
181. 183 2 James K Russell 4 3102
182. 185 3 Giovanni Velasquez 4 3092
183. 186 3 Ricardo Duenas 4 3064
184. 187 3 Andrew Cook 4 3057
185. 188 3 Luis F. Soberal 4 3023
186. 224 38 Marco Eakins 3 2983
187. 189 2 Gerardo Garcia 4 2961
188. 190 2 Garrett Peterson 4 2941
189. 191 2 Matthew Laukaitis 4 2874
190. 197 7 David Sera 3 2856
191. 192 1 Lloyd Mack 3 2737
192. 193 1 Sam Watson 3 2730
193. 194 1 Dominic Tesoro 3 2660
194. 195 1 Maya Gutierrez 3 2660
195. 198 3 Ayrton Mutagaana 3 2635
196. 199 3 Daley Pagano 3 2629
197. 200 3 Michael Pagano 3 2616
198. 201 3 James Raffield 3 2604
199. 150 -49 Stepanova Nekeel 3 2598
200. 202 2 Shelby Freese 3 2583
201. 203 2 Ann Hayden 3 2569
202. 204 2 David Vasquez 3 2568
203. 205 2 Alex Nowysz 3 2512
204. 206 2 Trevor Summer 3 2494
205. 207 2 Luca Forgeois 3 2479
206. 208 2 Matt Sides 3 2472
207. 209 2 Henry Taleb 3 2462
208. 210 2 Douglas Ohoro 3 2428
209. 211 2 Alex Noonan 3 2412
210. 213 3 Jeremy Frediani 3 2390
211. 279 68 Kenny Manchester 3 2389
212. 214 2 Alejandro Liverant 3 2358
213. 184 -29 John Wallace III 3 2354
214. 215 1 Daniel Santiago Acero Beltran 3 2320
215. 216 1 Matt Blair 3 2314
216. 217 1 Alex Salsbury 3 2311
217. 161 -56 Jamie Sieracki 3 2281
218. 219 1 Jason Rowe 3 2234
219. 220 1 Michael Prokup 3 2194
220. 222 2 Austin Queen 3 2133
221. 323 102 Parker Thompson 2 2064
222. 223 1 Jordon Lennox 2 2034
223. 225 2 Nicolas Morales Farjado 2 1986
224. 226 2 Bobby Kelley 2 1981
225. 221 -4 Remo Ruscitti 2 1950
226. 227 1 Austin Self 2 1891
227. 228 1 Phillip Orcic 2 1862
228. 229 1 Wesley Boswell 2 1858
229. 230 1 Nelson Piquet Jr. 2 1851
230. 231 1 Dusty Davis 2 1847
231. 232 1 Cory Davison 2 1807
232. 233 1 Brandon Reed 2 1782
233. 234 1 Jack Oliver 2 1776
234. 235 1 AJ Juergens 2 1764
235. 236 1 Patick Kelly 2 1760
236. 237 1 Sandor Jakab 2 1758
237. 238 1 Dylan Ito 2 1748
238. 239 1 Matt Kimball 2 1743
239. 240 1 Chris Beck 2 1733
240. 241 1 Brody Zink 2 1732
241. 242 1 Justin Raper 2 1730
242. 196 -46 Cory Cacciavillani 2 1729
243. 243 NC Kent Schonberger 2 1725
244. 244 NC Gavin Reichelt 2 1714
245. 245 NC Chris Bogart 2 1709
246. 246 NC Rob Murphy 2 1708
247. 247 NC Daniel Burkett 2 1698
248. 248 NC Artem Korolev 2 1696
249. 249 NC Kyle Knecht 2 1687
250. 250 NC Mike Horton 2 1687
251. 251 NC Gael Moreau 2 1680
252. 252 NC Tripp Reed 2 1676
253. 253 NC Adam Taylor 2 1673
254. 254 NC Brenden Johnson 2 1663
255. 255 NC Eli Salamie 2 1663
256. 256 NC Hector Alvarez 2 1657
257. 257 NC Nick Frangoulis 2 1653
258. 258 NC Shawn Sharkey 2 1652
259. 259 NC Andrew Wilson 2 1647
260. 260 NC Michael Gregory 2 1644
261. 261 NC Rob Maier 2 1640
262. 262 NC Thomas Radivoy 2 1635
263. 263 NC Charlie Craig 2 1632
264. 264 NC Scott Boone 2 1630
265. 265 NC Kruin Olsen-Hodges 2 1619
266. 212 -54 Brandon Southwick 2 1615
267. 266 -1 Derek Proctor 2 1615
268. 267 -1 Jeff Zeloff 2 1615
269. 268 -1 Nick Johnston 2 1615
270. 269 -1 Davis Durrett 2 1611
271. 270 -1 Carson Kapica 2 1610
272. 271 -1 Ariel Castro 2 1609
273. 272 -1 Geoffrey Roberti 2 1605
274. 273 -1 Mario Iemma 2 1602
275. 274 -1 Adam Rylance 2 1601
276. 275 -1 Noel Dowler 2 1595
277. 276 -1 Yurik Carvalito 2 1593
278. 277 -1 Andrew Sherry 2 1589
279. 278 -1 Matt Solarczyk 2 1589
280. 280 NC Harrison Mills 2 1585
281. 281 NC Killian Keaveny 2 1585
282. 282 NC Chad Campbell 2 1584
283. 283 NC Robert Maier 2 1582
284. 284 NC Mark Thomas 2 1581
285. 285 NC Brandon Winfield 2 1579
286. 286 NC Dakota Pesek 2 1571
287. 287 NC Gary Butler 2 1571
288. 288 NC Troy Castaneda 2 1566
289. 289 NC Davey Manthei Jr. 2 1565
290. 290 NC Sean Meier 2 1560
291. 291 NC Jesus Robles 2 1557
292. 292 NC Nick RosenGrant 2 1557
293. 293 NC Bryce Engelhart 2 1554
294. 294 NC Koi Bailey 2 1554
295. 295 NC Jim Russell Jr. 2 1551
296. 296 NC Hunter Olsen-Hodges 2 1550
297. 297 NC Ian Cummings 2 1550
298. 298 NC Maria Luz Salvucci 2 1550
299. 299 NC Noah Luzzi 2 1544
300. 300 NC Ryan Sisemore 2 1524
301. 301 NC Arika White 2 1510
302. 302 NC Bryan Wong 2 1507
303. 303 NC Don Whittington 2 1507
304. 304 NC Will Lockwood 2 1503
305. 305 NC Gino Alfonso-Macauley 2 1502
306. 306 NC Joseph Skaggs 2 1502
307. 307 NC Thomas Appleton 2 1502
308. 308 NC Alexander Hornborg 2 1499
309. 309 NC Earl Douthwright 2 1477
310. 310 NC Joshua De Losier 2 1459
311. 311 NC Izak Hayda 2 1439
312. 312 NC Nicholas Chow 2 1417
313. 218 -95 Bill McLaughlin Jr. 2 1399
314. 313 -1 Jamie McAllister 2 1384
315. 314 -1 Jason Foley 2 1372
316. 315 -1 Phil Pignataro 2 1367
317. 316 -1 Maddison Snow 2 1363
318. - - Nicholas Rowe 1 1188
319. - - Marco Maestranzi 1 1164
320. - - Felipe Fraga 1 1093
321. - - Ben Stewart 1 1021
322. 322 NC Jordan Lennox 1 998
323. 325 2 Philip Morin 1 988
324. 326 2 David Jurca 1 983
325. 327 2 Jules Cousin 1 967
326. 328 2 Alfredo Zabalza 1 957
327. - - James Allen 1 950
328. 329 1 Thomas Roth 1 938
329. 330 1 Brennan Harrington 1 934
330. 331 1 Chaz Nagel 1 927
331. 332 1 Zachary Claman-Demelo 1 926
332. 334 2 Morgan Schuler 1 915
333. 335 2 Davey Hamilton Jr. 1 906
334. 336 2 Jaimie Sander 1 905
335. 337 2 Alex Kirby 1 892
336. 339 3 Johnny Flute 1 885
337. 340 3 Connor Funk 1 884
338. 341 3 Lee Selbach 1 880
339. - - Renato David 1 879
340. 342 2 Roman Tretyak 1 873
341. 343 2 Andrew Evans 1 857
342. - - Kris Walton 1 855
343. 344 1 Dave Carmendy 1 846
344. 345 1 Hayden Pederson 1 835
345. 346 1 Scott Ferris 1 829
346. 347 1 JR Raczko 1 826
347. 348 1 Maxx Marian 1 824
348. 349 1 Kyle Blum 1 823
349. 350 1 Nicolas Carbon Martinez 1 823
350. 351 1 Rob Megennis 1 820
351. 352 1 Kevin Martz 1 816
352. 353 1 Edie Rodriguez 1 813
353. 354 1 Anthony Romano 1 812
354. 355 1 Ashlie Couch 1 812
355. 356 1 Garrett Nimmick 1 812
356. 357 1 Tyler Smith 1 812
357. 358 1 Jay Howard 1 811
358. 359 1 Chrystal Szeto 1 809
359. 360 1 Joseph Pizzuto 1 809
360. 362 2 Maxime Couturier 1 806
361. 363 2 Bronson Eggert 1 805
362. 364 2 Carlos Lopes 1 804
363. 365 2 Michael Politis 1 804
364. 366 2 Aren Smith 1 803
365. 367 2 Brandon Jones 1 803
366. 368 2 Darren Gelinas 1 802
367. 370 3 Steven Ito 1 799
368. - - Joao Vieira 1 796
369. 371 2 Valdis Sustko 1 795
370. 372 2 Haley Kaminski 1 794
371. 374 3 Quentin De Boever 1 792
372. 375 3 Craig Riske 1 790
373. 376 3 Peter Hudson 1 790
374. 377 3 Camilo Miranda 1 788
375. 378 3 Logan Wyman 1 787
376. 379 3 Mateo Fernandez 1 786
377. 381 4 Jacob Maxfield 1 783
378. 382 4 Brady Ross 1 782
379. 383 4 Jessica Backman 1 782
380. 384 4 Mauricio J. Hernandez Guillen 1 780
381. 385 4 Kody Evans 1 779
382. 386 4 Andrew Simcox 1 778
383. 387 4 Tony Neilson 1 778
384. 388 4 Jake Cole 1 777
385. 389 4 Santiago Lozano Mesa 1 775
386. 390 4 John Cappabianca 1 773
387. 391 4 Eric Filgueiras 1 772
388. 392 4 Colin Gliniecki 1 771
389. 393 4 Joffrey Amaya 1 767
390. 394 4 Sam Chastain 1 767
391. 396 5 Chris Carmody 1 761
392. 397 5 Brayden Seberras 1 759
393. 398 5 Christian Besasie 1 755
394. 399 5 Nick Losito 1 753
395. 401 6 Vernon Sparks 1 742
396. 402 6 Nathan Adair 1 737
397. 404 7 Michael Melancon 1 723
398. 405 7 Hector Rodriguez 1 720
399. 317 -82 Gabriel Sierra 1 711
400. 408 8 Sam Schippers 1 707
401. 410 9 Robert Murray 1 704
402. 411 9 Clay Keel 1 702
403. 412 9 Christian Ross 1 688

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