2014 eKartingNews.com Driver Rankings – TaG – August 15

Craig advances to top spot, earning Rotax national title and leading SKUSA Pro Tour standings

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

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

EKN Driver Rankings logoThroughout the period of the eKartingNews.com Driver Rankings, opinion have varied on whether the numbers support who truly are the best drivers in the country. Since July 1, some of the biggest events of the season took place in the TaG categories, including the Cold Stone US Grand Nationals and the Superkarts! USA SummerNationals. One driver that has stood out during that time, along with the last eight months of the year is Jake Craig, the new driver into the number one position of the EKN TaG Driver Rankings.

Craig (2Wild Karting) fell just three points short of the Rotax Challenge of the Americas title this April, earning three of the six race wins. The next month, the SoCal driver opened up the Pro Tour with two wins in Dallas, and then stamped it with the exclamation point by earning the Rotax national championship in Utah. Two more podium finishes at the SummerNationals keep him atop the point standings, giving him the ability to earn two major titles in the same season. Demoted to second is last year’s US Rotax champion Oliver Askew. After just a few days in Utah, Askew re-aggravated a back muscle injury, which forced him to withdraw from the event. With his focus now on the Stock Moto side, he may not be able to challenge Craig for the top position moving forward.

Advancing to the third position is the current ‘Ironman’ of karting – Dustin Stross. With 40 rounds of racing in the last 12 months, the percentages were in his favor to move up the order. Racing at WKA, USPKS, and SKUSA competitions, the privateer could move closer to Craig as the season draws to an end with strong performances at the series finales of all three. 2013 United States Pro Kart Series champion Kyle Kalish keeps moving up the order as the series continues to grow. Despite not finishing inside the top-three in the first six rounds of racing, the Franklin Motorsports/Merlin driver has used consistent finishes to keep him advancing in the Driver Rankings, and maintain contention to defend his crown. Dropping to fifth is two-time USPKS winner Roger Ralston Jr. (KartSport North America/FA Kart). Since his double win weekend in Mooresville, it has been a challenging season.

Down one position to sixth is Superkarts! USA Pro Tour championship contender Louie Pagano. The Dallas Karting Complex/Sodi Kart USA driver was among the quickest at the SpringNationals, but could only record a best finish of sixth at the SummerNationals. The quickest driver in qualifying at the US Rotax Grand Nationals, Pagano was taken out of contention in the main event after contact, as he is still looking for that elusive Senior victory of his career. AJ Myers – USPKS point leader entering the series finale – remains seventh. Better results in the last three rounds of racing have propelled the Checkered Motorsports/PCR driver into the hunt for a top-five in the EKN Driver Rankings.

Michigan’s Derek Dignan (KartSport North America/FA Kart) falls four spots to the eighth position, still battling to find consistent results at the USPKS program despite battling for top-five finish in the championship standings. Up to ninth after recording his seventh race toward the Driver Rankings is Florida driver Kyle Kirkwood. The Ocala Gran Prix/Tony Kart driver was the vice-champion at the Florida Winter Tour, and is currently the top rookie in the EKN standings thanks to a ninth place result at the US Rotax Grand Nationals. Breaking into the top-10 is Senior Max runner-up Daniel Roeper. The Florida driver had a solid winter, and never gave up the fight during the week event in Utah, ending up on the second step of the podium and earning his first ticket to the Rotax Grand Finals as part of Team USA.


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

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

NEW TaG #1 – Jake Craig
Mission Viejo, California

The 2014 resume that Jake Craig has accumulated is outstanding. The first months of the year saw the 2Wild Karting/Tony Kart driver stand on five podiums in six races at the Rotax Challenge of the Americas, which included three wins. He has followed that up with four straight podium results at the Superkarts! USA Pro Tour, including a double-win weekend at the Dallas Karting Complex. The icing on the cake so far is his first national crown at the United States Rotax Max Challenge Grand Nationals last month. Craig entered last weekend as the championship leader in the Rotax Can-Am ProKart Challenge, which is the title he won last year to earn his Team USA ticket in 2013.

Point Breakdown

Race Rank Finish Points
SKUSA SuperNationals XVII 10 14 1033
Rotax Challenge of the Americas ’14 #1 9 3 1012
Rotax Challenge of the Americas ’14 #2 9 1 1032
Rotax Challenge of the Americas ’14 #3 9 1 1010
SKUSA SpringNationals ’14 #1 9 1 1053
SKUSA SpringNationals ’14 #2 9 1 1044
US Rotax Grand Nationals ’14 10 1 1131

Inside the Stats
Average Finish: 3.14
Average Points: 1045
Total Points: 7315

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Blaine Rocha (Photo: On Track Promotions - otp.ca)

Blaine Rocha (Photo: On Track Promotions – otp.ca)

TaG ‘On the Move’ – #11
Blaine Rocha
Oakdale, California

While he is only the second best Senior rookie thus far in the EKN Driver Rankings standings, Blaine Rocha scored his first victory at the recent Modesto Grand Prix. Racing just 20 miles away from his hometown, Rocha was excited at the opportunity to race in front of his family and friends. Blaine was the quickest driver in practice, but it wasn’t until the final checkered flag on Sunday that the young driver earned his stripes with the victory. Momentum was on his side, as he battled a terrible illness during the Cold Stone US Grand Nationals just two weeks prior, needing IV fluids to keep hydrated for competition. The 16-year old kept fighting to the end, placing fifth and end up as the top rookie in a very stacked field of drivers.

Point Breakdown

Race Rank Finish Points
Rotax Challenge of the Americas ’14 #2 9 6 981
Rotax Challenge of the Americas ’14 #3 9 4 979
Rotax Challenge of the Americas ’14 #4 9 8 939
Rotax Challenge of the Americas ’14 #5 9 4 954
US Rotax Grand Nationals ’14 10 5 1086
SKUSA SummerNationals ’14 #1 9 4 987
SKUSA SummerNationals ’14 #2 9 1 997

Inside the Stats
Average Finish: 4.57
Average Points: 989.0
Total Points: 6923


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, the Lone Star 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 2014, 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), as does the United States Pro Kart Series, Florida Winter Tour Rotax Max Challenge, Rotax Challenge of the Americas, Rotax Pan American Challenge. Other regional program races were given a base ranking of either 8.5 or 8.

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 – as of August 15, 2014

Pos. July. 1 +/- Driver Races Score
1. 2 1 Jake Craig 16 7315
2. 1 -1 Oliver Askew 7 7149
3. 6 3 Dustin Stross 40 7146
4. 10 6 Kyle Kalish 13 7097
5. 3 -2 Roger Ralston Jr. 32 7081
6. 5 -1 Louie Pagano 21 7054
7. 7 NC AJ Myers 24 7049
8. 4 -4 Derek Dignan 23 7026
9. 57 48 Kyle Kirkwood 7 6975
10. 12 2 Daniel Roeper 15 6942
11. 83 72 Blaine Rocha 9 6923
12. 11 -1 Matt Johnson 13 6917
13. 29 16 Andrick Zeen 12 6869
14. 8 -6 Travis Lowe 9 6846
15. 14 -1 Zachary Claman-Demelo 13 6818
16. 16 NC Mark Boos 38 6806
17. 70 53 Thomas Issa 7 6779
18. 9 -9 Austin Elliott 9 6778
19. 15 -4 Jake Johnston 20 6773
20. 34 14 Michael Giessen 11 6741
21. 27 6 Michael Geringer 22 6730
22. 25 3 Andrew Bujdoso 33 6722
23. 17 -6 Jess Peterson 11 6722
24. 23 -1 Mick Gabriel 13 6719
25. 18 -7 Elliot Finlayson 25 6718
26. 20 -6 Calvin Stewart 23 6709
27. 19 -8 Garrett Johnston 23 6694
28. 77 49 Luke Selliken 8 6644
29. 26 -3 Jacob Donald 8 6618
30. 22 -8 Andrew Wiener 14 6558
31. 32 1 Brandon Jarsocrak 10 6552
32. 81 49 Jesus Rios Jr. 8 6524
33. 28 -5 Colton Ramsey 16 6518
34. 31 -3 Nick Landi 27 6501
35. 13 -22 Jacob Knueven 11 6477
36. 85 49 Joey Wimsett 7 6445
37. 30 -7 Mark Dismore Jr. 8 6406
38. 59 21 Sam Cate 11 6360
39. 33 -6 TJ Koyen 8 6343
40. 39 -1 Austin McCusker 23 6327
41. 36 -5 Jacob Duvall 15 6314
42. 21 -21 Marco Eakins 7 6296
43. 42 -1 Armin Cavkusic 11 6295
44. 37 -7 Gresham Wagner 10 6291
45. 49 4 Brenden Baker 9 6290
46. 38 -8 John McCusker 29 6286
47. 43 -4 Darin Marcus 16 6281
48. 44 -4 Kindra Hurlbert 19 6246
49. 90 41 McCay Snow 7 6241
50. 41 -9 Adam Taylor 13 6220
51. 95 44 Tommy Andersen 8 6177
52. 40 -12 Morgan Healey 8 6169
53. 55 2 Adam Crepin 18 6165
54. 56 2 Olivia Horn 12 6135
55. 45 -10 Joao Vieira 9 6128
56. 46 -10 Jake Preston 7 6124
57. 65 8 Chandler Horton 12 6103
58. 47 -11 Zacharie Scalzo 7 6102
59. 50 -9 Anthony Granata 16 6062
60. 60 NC Troy Hottmann 12 6021
61. 72 11 Austin Jordan 8 6014
62. 66 4 Nicholas Martin 11 5989
63. 53 -10 Austin Osborne 10 5975
64. 93 29 Killian Keaveny 8 5973
65. 54 -11 Roman Tretyak 8 5970
66. 58 -8 Phillip Arscott 6 5932
67. 52 -15 Jason Dempster 8 5923
68. 98 30 Brandon Collins 10 5853
69. 64 -5 Quentin De Boever 7 5815
70. 69 -1 Austin Erikson 12 5810
71. 68 -3 Michael Bartholomew 12 5805
72. 109 37 Mason Marotta 6 5803
73. 67 -6 Luke Varley 6 5770
74. 62 -12 Scott Kopp 7 5767
75. 84 9 Josh Hotz 10 5708
76. 106 30 Noah Luzzi 10 5664
77. 75 -2 Wyatt Maness 8 5646
78. 79 1 Alex Sala 7 5561
79. 115 36 Jim McKinney 6 5560
80. 71 -9 Matt Stagl 7 5550
81. 80 -1 Chris Cricca 6 5549
82. 82 NC Jordan Bernloehr 7 5532
83. 24 -59 Alejandro Fernandez 6 5523
84. 86 2 Daniel Formal 6 5474
85. 87 2 Aaron Snyder 8 5352
86. 88 2 Jack Weprin 6 5343
87. 137 50 Nick Ramirez 6 5307
88. 61 -27 Trenton Walko 6 5307
89. 89 NC Michael DeQuesada 6 5289
90. 91 1 Joffrey Amaya 6 5264
91. 197 106 Brad Brittin 7 5249
92. 92 NC Dakota Pesek 6 5215
93. 51 -42 Tyler Coffman 6 5174
94. 94 NC Christophe Paquet 6 5148
95. 119 24 Sam Watson 6 5148
96. 96 NC Antoni Ptak 6 5074
97. 97 NC Johnny Flute 6 5062
98. 48 -50 Luke Waller 6 5052
99. 73 -26 Gino Alfonso-Macauley 6 5011
100. 74 -26 Carlee Taylor 6 4907
101. 101 NC Zach Banks 6 4886
102. 102 NC Derek Proctor 6 4826
103. 103 NC Steven Arens 6 4775
104. 78 -26 Kruin Olsen-Hodges 6 4772
105. 105 NC Matt Blair 6 4758
106. 104 -2 Laura Sutton 6 4753
107. 107 NC Chris Wehrheim 5 4735
108. 110 2 Michael Andrews Jr. 6 4728
109. 108 -1 Jordon Lennox 5 4701
110. 157 47 Alex Salsbury 6 4655
111. 161 50 Christian Besasie 6 4580
112. 113 1 Jeremy Doll 5 4580
113. 35 -78 Mason Chelootz 5 4555
114. 114 NC Mike Herda 5 4513
115. 117 2 Kyle Smith 5 4380
116. 63 -53 Matt England 5 4361
117. 148 31 Tyler Smith 5 4055
118. 184 66 Mike Horton 5 4050
119. 123 4 Alex Lischak 5 3968
120. 155 35 Aren Smith 5 3961
121. 126 5 Ed Brand 4 3911
122. 127 5 Phil DeLaO 4 3871
123. 300 177 Marco Maestranzi 4 3823
124. 129 5 Nathan Seegrist 4 3807
125. 130 5 Bryce Choquer 4 3767
126. 131 5 Steven Szigeti 4 3733
127. 76 -51 Jonathan Kotyk 4 3729
128. 112 -16 Corey Towles 4 3697
129. 219 90 Jordan Redlin 4 3696
130. 132 2 Lloyd Mack 4 3692
131. 223 92 Yurik Carvalho 4 3645
132. 210 78 Andy Schlosser 4 3608
133. 134 1 Gabriel Chaves 4 3602
134. 233 99 Bill McLaughlin Jr. 4 3573
135. 135 NC Ben Cooper 4 3569
136. 136 NC AJ Allmendinger 4 3551
137. 275 138 Robert Bujdoso 4 3547
138. 116 -22 Joe Criscione 4 3543
139. 211 72 David Galownia 4 3542
140. 332 192 Ryan Nash 4 3443
141. 139 -2 Ryon Beachner 4 3442
142. 140 -2 Bryan Wong 4 3413
143. 141 -2 Carlos Calderon 4 3387
144. 142 -2 Eddie Rodriguez 4 3371
145. 143 -2 Matthew Moniz 4 3370
146. 144 -2 Oliver Scigliano 4 3360
147. 267 120 Nick Grossi 4 3356
148. 118 -30 Dominic Tesoro 4 3343
149. 336 187 Jin Bai 4 3340
150. 120 -30 Chris Guimarra 4 3337
151. 239 88 Alfonso Perri 4 3336
152. 146 -6 Julia Boos 4 3293
153. 100 -53 Ray Church 4 3284
154. 147 -7 Colin Warren 4 3278
155. 149 -6 Carter Fartuch 4 3241
156. 151 -5 Mark Thomas 4 3212
157. 152 -5 Richy Yates 4 3197
158. 153 -5 Jaden Conwright 4 3193
159. 122 -37 Michael Pagano 4 3183
160. 192 32 Casey Graves 4 3172
161. 156 -5 Christopher Patterson 4 3155
162. 125 -37 Kennan Hertzner 4 3152
163. 124 -39 Jason Devine 4 3134
164. 159 -5 Mike Maness 4 3116
165. 294 129 Evan Batt 4 3098
166. 128 -38 Hunter Olsen-Hodges 4 3026
167. 162 -5 Bryce Engelhart 4 2982
168. 163 -5 Sage Karam 3 2850
169. 99 -70 Andre Nicastro 3 2826
170. 164 -6 Ayrton Climo 3 2793
171. 165 -6 Brennan Harrington 3 2752
172. 191 19 Stepanova Nekeel 3 2733
173. 166 -7 Noel Dowler 3 2729
174. 111 -63 Jonathan May 3 2721
175. 201 26 Remo Ruscitti 3 2695
176. 168 -8 David Vasquez 3 2682
177. 170 -7 Jonathan Miller 3 2672
178. 217 39 Hailey Groff 3 2663
179. 248 69 Michael Gregory 3 2628
180. 175 -5 Richie Hearn 3 2585
181. 176 -5 Alessandro Bressan 3 2571
182. 221 39 Shelby Sander 3 2569
183. 178 -5 Shelby Freese 3 2541
184. 179 -5 Kale Kunicki 3 2527
185. 145 -40 Jimmy Fatum 3 2526
186. 180 -6 Alex Nowysz 3 2512
187. 182 -5 Dallas Hollins 3 2500
188. 247 59 Garrett Peterson 3 2469
189. 183 -6 Tripp Reed 3 2459
190. 245 55 Michael Prokup 3 2446
191. 185 -6 Mike Doty 3 2443
192. 256 64 Darren Gelinas 3 2442
193. 186 -7 Ignacio Salvucci 3 2425
194. 187 -7 Scott Roberts 3 2413
195. 189 -6 Timothy Venable 3 2408
196. 150 -46 Zeb Davis 3 2407
197. 190 -7 Scott Falcone 3 2386
198. 195 -3 Ricky Brooks 3 2364
199. 193 -6 Aaron Schmitt 3 2350
200. 194 -6 Ben Pickhardt 3 2340
201. 277 76 Kaven Mendes 3 2330
202. 196 -6 Mason Carroll 3 2290
203. 199 -4 Parker Thompson 2 2064
204. 202 -2 Arie Ouimet 2 1937
205. 204 -1 Grayson Browne 2 1898
206. 205 -1 Austin Cindric 2 1887
207. 138 -69 Jamie Sieracki 2 1867
208. 207 -1 Wesley Boswell 2 1858
209. 208 -1 Sonny Cervelli 2 1857
210. 209 -1 Dusty Davis 2 1847
211. 200 -11 Andrew Zimmer 2 1813
212. 154 -58 Jamie McAllister 2 1804
213. - - Tad Funakoshi 2 1792
214. 212 -2 Zach Pettinicchi 2 1779
215. 172 -43 Ayrton Mutagaana 2 1778
216. 213 -3 Bailey Murphy 2 1777
217. 214 -3 Jaimie Sander 2 1777
218. 173 -45 Evan Mehan 2 1774
219. 216 -3 Alexander Lischall 2 1770
220. 218 -2 Chase Jones 2 1766
221. 222 1 Dylan Ito 2 1748
222. 224 2 Trevor Summer 2 1738
223. 225 2 Justin Raper 2 1730
224. 226 2 Cory Cacciavillani 2 1729
225. 227 2 Tyler Agan 2 1726
226. 228 2 Kent Schonberger 2 1725
227. 171 -56 Daley Pagano 2 1722
228. 229 1 Jack Cavender 2 1721
229. 230 1 Gavin Reichelt 2 1714
230. 232 2 Tanner Wattenbarger 2 1707
231. 234 3 Drake Ostrom 2 1696
232. - - Collin Griffin 2 1688
233. 236 3 Jordan Robertson 2 1688
234. 237 3 Darren Brubaker 2 1687
235. 238 3 Kyle Knecht 2 1687
236. 241 5 Garret Britton 2 1672
237. 242 5 Michele Zampieri 2 1671
238. 243 5 Ben Schermerhorn 2 1662
239. 338 99 Scott Ferris 2 1658
240. 244 4 Hector Alvarez 2 1657
241. 246 5 Nick Frangoulis 2 1653
242. 249 7 Juan Bernardo Saenz 2 1641
243. 250 7 Mike McAndrews 2 1640
244. 251 7 Nikita Lastochkin 2 1638
245. 253 8 Michael Burton 2 1629
246. 254 8 Jesse Krill 2 1624
247. - - Max Migliore 2 1624
248. 257 9 Mauricio Ayala 2 1621
249. 258 9 Brad Nyman 2 1620
250. 359 109 Chrystal Szeto 2 1612
251. 261 10 Fabrizio Famularo 2 1611
252. 262 10 Carson Kapica 2 1610
253. 348 95 Carlos Gonzalez 2 1606
254. 263 9 Gary Butler 2 1606
255. 264 9 Sam Jordan 2 1605
256. 265 9 Sean Conyers 2 1605
257. 266 9 Jarrett Duncovich 2 1604
258. 268 10 Adam Rylance 2 1601
259. 270 11 George Metcalf 2 1590
260. 188 -72 Alex Noonan 2 1583
261. 271 10 Braden Eves 2 1582
262. 273 11 Jose Ruiz 2 1570
263. 274 11 Richard Benitez 2 1567
264. 276 12 Santiago Lozano Mesa 2 1567
265. - - Tyler Schramm 2 1564
266. 340 74 Jeremy Warren 2 1561
267. 378 111 Pete Mulatto 2 1560
268. 278 10 Dylan Stalker 2 1559
269. 279 10 Jesus Robles 2 1557
270. 280 10 Nick RosenGrant 2 1557
271. 281 10 Jim Russell Jr. 2 1551
272. 282 10 James K Russell 2 1550
273. 283 10 Frank Runco 2 1549
274. 284 10 Natalia Zornosa Zuluaga 2 1548
275. 285 10 Marco DiLeo 2 1547
276. 286 10 Austin Kaszuba 2 1536
277. 287 10 Cody Elliott 2 1536
278. 289 11 Alessandro Bramucci 2 1530
279. 291 12 Kyle Martin 2 1509
280. 385 105 Vernon Sparks 2 1495
281. - - Greg Gleisner 2 1480
282. 158 -124 Joel Jens 2 1456
283. 293 10 Allan Cesarman 2 1446
284. 295 11 Henry Taleb 2 1443
285. 296 11 Sara Metcalf 2 1440
286. 297 11 Robby Seward 2 1430
287. 298 11 Nicholas Rowe 1 1188
288. 299 11 David Sera 1 1176
289. 301 12 Felipe Fraga 1 1093
290. 167 -123 Parker McKean 1 1057
291. 181 -110 Mason Daughters 1 1045
292. 302 10 Ben Stewart 1 1021
293. 303 10 Charlie Eastwood 1 1019
294. 121 -173 Nick Neri 1 1008
295. - - Garrett Maxfield 1 1007
296. 305 9 Philip Morin 1 988
297. 306 9 Bobby Kelley 1 983
298. 198 -100 Andrew Palmer 1 978
299. 307 8 Jules Cousin 1 967
300. 308 8 Alfredo Zabalza 1 957
301. 177 -124 Austin Dement 1 955
302. 309 7 James Allen 1 950
303. 310 7 Phil Giebler 1 950
304. 311 7 Brandon Jones 1 949
305. 312 7 AJ Juergens 1 945
306. - - Myles Pederson 1 939
307. - - Lincoln Steel 1 927
308. 315 7 Dylan Albiani 1 921
309. - - Ayden Goodfellow 1 916
310. 316 6 Morgan Schuler 1 915
311. 174 -137 Tazio Ottis 1 915
312. 317 5 Davey Hamilton Jr. 1 906
313. 318 5 Felipe Vargas Valverde 1 906
314. - - Gabe Bargas 1 905
315. - - Phillip Bauman 1 899
316. - - Junrong Chen 1 895
317. 319 2 Patick Kelly 1 891
318. 320 2 Connor Funk 1 884
319. 321 2 Maya Gutierrez 1 883
320. - - Breanna Miscione 1 882
321. - - Ryan Wilson 1 880
322. 323 1 Renato David 1 879
323. 169 -154 Andres Ceballos 1 874
324. 255 -69 Max Mallinen 1 871
325. 324 -1 Brian Seward 1 870
326. 326 0 Nathan Kelly 1 864
327. - - Ronnie Price 1 860
328. 327 -1 Tom Gerstner 1 858
329. 328 -1 Kris Walton 1 855
330. 133 -197 William Owen 1 854
331. 329 -2 Cris Araujo 1 853
332. 330 -2 Cesar Sala 1 850
333. - - Lane Vacala 1 848
334. 235 -99 Brandon Salyer 1 846
335. 331 -4 Dave Carmendy 1 846
336. 333 -3 Tyler Jordan 1 845
337. 334 -3 Adam Dowler 1 844
338. - - Jesse Woodyard 1 837
339. 337 -2 Chad Campbell 1 831
340. 339 -1 Thomas Radivoy 1 828
341. 341 NC Maxx Marian 1 824
342. 342 NC Arman Vahdat 1 823
343. 343 NC Kathryn Cornell 1 823
344. 344 NC Kyle Blum 1 823
345. 345 NC Nicolas Carbon Martinez 1 823
346. 346 NC Douglas Ohoro 1 821
347. 347 NC Glen Sides 1 821
348. 349 1 Rob Megennis 1 820
349. 350 1 Chris Keller 1 819
350. 351 1 Stephan Alfris 1 819
351. - - Bradley Smith 1 814
352. 352 0 Renato Jader 1 814
353. - - Abdullah Hyder 1 812
354. 354 NC Garrett Nimmick 1 812
355. 355 NC Matt Sides 1 812
356. - - Michael Politis 1 812
357. 356 -1 Jarett Belge 1 810
358. 357 -1 Pedro Gastaud 1 810
359. 358 -1 Will Salisbury 1 810
360. 360 NC Nicholas Russell 1 806
361. - - Andrew Sherry 1 804
362. 361 -1 Carlos Lopes 1 804
363. - - Blaine Calvin 1 803
364. 362 -2 Josh Lane 1 801
365. 363 -2 Melanie Giessen 1 801
366. 364 -2 Steven Ito 1 799
367. 365 -2 Peter Pestano 1 797
368. - - Ryan Casner 1 795
369. 260 -109 Jeff Zeloff 1 794
370. 240 -130 Porter Aiken 1 794
371. - - Michael Gutenberger 1 792
372. 367 -5 Tyler Guilbault 1 792
373. 369 -4 Peter Hudson 1 790
374. - - Syed Hyder 1 786
375. 370 -5 Brady Ross 1 782
376. 371 -5 Jessica Backman 1 782
377. 372 -5 Jimmie Dupuy 1 780
378. 373 -5 Kody Evans 1 779
379. 374 -5 Andrew Simcox 1 778
380. - - Sal Eurola 1 778
381. 375 -6 Tony Neilson 1 778
382. 376 -6 Giuliano Damiano 1 775
383. 377 -6 Mat Souza 1 774
384. 379 -5 Ryan Rush 1 774
385. 220 -165 David Jurca 1 773
386. 380 -6 John Cappabianca 1 773
387. 382 -5 Michael Webster 1 770
388. 383 -5 Kevin Mendes 1 761
389. 203 -186 Sam Beasley 1 761
390. - - Thomas Beaudoin 1 758
391. 272 -119 Louis Satterlee II 1 757
392. 386 -6 Pablo Espinoza 1 739
393. 387 -6 Brett Schnabelrauch 1 710
394. 388 -6 Ellis Musso 1 706
395. 389 -6 William Isaias 1 701
396. 390 -6 Manuel Roldan 1 691

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