2015 eKartingNews.com Driver Rankings – Stock Moto – May 14

Leesmann returns to top of order as new season begins

New EKN Driver Rankings #1 Stock Moto driver Fritz Leesmann (Photo: EKN)

EKN Driver Rankings logoThe 2015 racing season is well underway with the winter programs in the books, and most regional and national series kicking off over the last two months. The eKartingNews.com Stock Moto Driver Rankings ended with UK driver Jordon Lennox on top of the standings thanks to his five straight victories on the SKUSA Fikse Wheels Pro Tour. With his absence at the SpringNationals, his results were lost and shuffled up the order at the top of the standings.

Moving to the top is two-time SKUSA Fikse Wheels Pro Tour champion Fritz Leesmann. Since the inception of the Stock Moto Driver Rankings back in 2009, the NorCal driver has been among the drivers near the upper echelon year after year. An up and down season last year ended with a top-five result at the SKUSA SuperNationals XVIII. The sixth annual SKUSA SpringNationals was his first event since, placing runner-up both days aboard his Diede Racing CRG machine. Moving up to second is the 2013 EKN Driver Rankings top pilot Billy Musgrave (Praga). The two-time California ProKart Challenge champion was yet to shine on the Fikse Wheels Pro Tour, until recording his best overall weekend at the SKUSA SpringNationals with his second ever podium and a fourth place result.

Third in the standings is veteran karter Ron White. One of only a few Americans to win on foreign soil, White’s passion to get back behind the wheel came at the end of 2013. The longtime CRG driver has a better average result score, thanks to his two California PKC victories in 2014 that are included in his best of six. The 2014 season ended on a high note for young driver Jarred Campbell, scoring the S2 Semi-Pro victory at the SKUSA SuperNationals XVIII. Now into the S1 Pro category, the Praga North America pilot has two wins in three races at the California PKC to lead the championship chase. His S1 Pro Tour debut was not as hope, but the always fast driver is sure to bounce back.

Capping off the top-five is Florida driver Jonathan Kotyk. Finishing last year as vice-champion in his rookie S2 Semi-Pro season, Kotyk has moved up to the S1 division for 2015, and has also switched from Tony Kart to the Top Kart brand. After placing third at the WKA Daytona KartWeek event, Jonathan took on the SpringNationals having never visited the PKRA facility before, and made strides over the weekend. Drivers who did not return to the SpringNationals at the beginning of this month may have lost points toward the Driver Rankings. That is the case for ‘Double Nickle’ Cody Hodgson, however, he moved up two positions to sixth. A longtime Tony Kart driver, the NorCal resident has now moved over to Aluminos banner, earning his first win at the Sanzaru Games Karting Championship race in Sonoma last month.

The third highest S2 graduate within the top-10 is Kolton Griffin (Tony Kart). The Arizona driver scored the California PKC S2 championship, placing fifth in the Fikse Wheels Pro Tour after scoring the initial victory in Dallas. At his home track, Griffin finished a high of fourth over the SpringNationals weekend, moving him up to seventh in the Driver Rankings. Also moving up is the 2014 S2 Pro Tour champion Austin Garrison (Tony Kart). Absent from the SpringNationals, his results from the last 12 months have him in the eighth position.

Rounding out the top-10 is possible two of the top North American drivers – Daniel Formal and Oliver Askew. Formal – this month’s ‘On the Move’ driver – joined the DRT Racing operation last year, piloting a DR Kart for the first time. After getting up to speed, the former EKN TaG Driver Rankings #1 driver showcased his talents at the SKUSA SuperNationals XVIII by placing third against one of the strongest S1 fields at the event. Askew, another former EKN TaG Driver Rankings #1 driver, moved over to Stock Moto in 2014 with Ocala Gran Prix. Racing in the S1 category, he posted podium finishes and finished the season fourth in the Fikse Wheels Pro Tour S1 standings. Now with PSL Karting / BirelART, he has moved back to TaG competition, including European events this summer.

Upcoming EKN Stock Moto Driver Rankings Events

Date Series Class Track Location Rank
5/16 New Jersey Sprint Series #1 Stock Moto New Jersey Motorsports Park Millville, NJ 8
5/16 US Open #1 Stock Honda Elite Dallas Karting Complex Caddo Mills, TX 8.5
5/17 New Jersey Sprint Series #2 Stock Moto New Jersey Motorsports Park Millville, NJ 8
5/17 Racing the Rockies #3 Spec 125 The Track at Centennial Englewood, CO 8
5/17 US Open #2 Stock Honda Elite Dallas Karting Complex Caddo Mills, TX 8.5
5/23 Florida Karting Championship Series #3 Stock Moto Monitcello Karting Monticello, FL 8
5/23 Northeast Shifter Kart Series #3 Stock Moto Old Bridge Township Raceway Park Englishtown, NJ 8
5/23 Northwest Gold Cup #5 Super Stock CR125 Light Snake River Karters Boise, ID 8
5/24 Florida Karting Championship Series #4 Stock Moto Monitcello Karting Monticello, FL 8
5/24 Northwest Gold Cup #6 Super Stock CR125 Light Snake River Karters Boise, ID 8
5/24 Sanzaru Games Karting Championship #3 Pro Stock Honda Simraceway Performance Karting Center Sonoma, CA 8
5/30 Florida Pro Kart Series Summer #1 Stock Moto Homestead Karting Homestead, FL 8
5/30 SKUSA Can-Am ProKart Challenge #3 S1 Southern Oregon Karters Medford, OR 8.5
5/30 SKUSA Can-Am ProKart Challenge #3 S2 Southern Oregon Karters Medford, OR 8
5/30 Utah State Championship #2 Spec 125 Miller Motorsports Park Tooele, UT 8
5/30 WKA Manufacturers Cup Series #3 Stock Moto Badger Raceway Dousman, WI 8.5
5/31 Florida Pro Kart Series Summer #2 Stock Moto Homestead Karting Homestead, FL 8
5/31 SKUSA Can-Am ProKart Challenge #4 S1 Southern Oregon Karters Medford, OR 8.5
5/31 SKUSA Can-Am ProKart Challenge #4 S2 Southern Oregon Karters Medford, OR 8
6/6 SKUSA California ProKart Challenge #4 S1 Simraceway Performance Karting Center Sonoma, CA 8.5
6/6 SKUSA California ProKart Challenge #4 S2 Simraceway Performance Karting Center Sonoma, CA 8
6/7 Racing the Rockies #4 Spec 125 The Track at Centennial Englewood, CO 8
6/13 SKUSA Texas ProKart Challenge #3 S2 North Texas Kartways Denton, TX 8
6/13 Utah State Championship #3 Spec 125 Miller Motorsports Park Tooele, UT 8
6/14 Sanzaru Games Karting Championship #4 Pro Stock Honda Simraceway Performance Karting Center Sonoma, CA 8
6/14 SKUSA Texas ProKart Challenge #4 S2 North Texas Kartways Denton, TX 8
6/20 Florida Karting Championship Series #5 Stock Moto Orlando Kart Center Orlando, FL 8
6/21 Florida Karting Championship Series #6 Stock Moto Orlando Kart Center Orlando, FL 8
6/21 Racing the Rockies #5 Spec 125 The Track at Centennial Englewood, CO 8
6/27 New Jersey Sprint Series #3 Stock Moto Pittsburgh International Racing Complex Wampum, PA 8
6/27 Northeast Shifter Kart Series #4 Stock Moto Oakland Valley Race Park Cuddlebackville, NY 8
6/27 Northwest Gold Cup #7 Super Stock CR125 Light Mountain High Raceway Spanaway, WA 8
6/27 US Open #3 Stock Honda Elite Grand Junction Motor Speedway Grand Junction, CO 8.5
6/27 Utah State Championship #4 Spec 125 Miller Motorsports Park Tooele, UT 8
6/28 New Jersey Sprint Series #4 Stock Moto Pittsburgh International Racing Complex Wampum, PA 8
6/28 Northwest Gold Cup #8 Super Stock CR125 Light Mountain High Raceway Spanaway, WA 8
6/28 US Open #4 Stock Honda Elite Grand Junction Motor Speedway Grand Junction, CO 8.5


Fritz Leesmann (Photo: On Track Promotions - otp.ca)

Fritz Leesmann (Photo: On Track Promotions – otp.ca)

NEW Stock Moto #1 – Fritz Leesmann
Folsom, California

For over a decade now, Fritz Leesmann has been among the top shifterkart drivers in North America. Coming up through the ranks and following in the footsteps of drivers like Gary Carlton and Alex Speed, Leesmann’s two SKUSA Fikse Wheels Pro Tour championships in the last five years put him among the best. Fritz opened up the year aboard the familiar CRG chassis, but has a plan on moving to the BirelART chassis in association with PSL Karting and Diede Racing. With two months until the SummerNationals, and going to a track Leesmann is very familiar with, there is no doubt he will battle for the top step of the podium once again.

Point Breakdown

Race Rank Finish Points
SKUSA SummerNationals ’14 #1 – S1 9.5 13 973
SKUSA SummerNationals ’14 #2 – S1 9.5 11 976
Streets of Lancaster Grand Prix 2014 8.5 4 957
SKUSA SuperNationals 2014 – S1 10 5 1149
SKUSA SpringNationals ’15 #1 – S1 9.5 2 1043
SKUSA SpringNationals ’15 #2 – S1 9.5 2 1043

Inside the Stats
Average Finish: 6.17
Average Points: 1023.5
Total Points: 6141

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Billy Musgrave (Photo: On Track Promotions - otp.ca)

Billy Musgrave (Photo: On Track Promotions – otp.ca)

Stock Moto #2 – Billy Musgrave
Norco, California

Now entering his third season in the S1 category, Billy Musgrave is primed for his best season on the SKUSA Fikse Wheels Pro Tour. Entering this year’s SpringNationals, Musgrave stood on the podium just one time in 10 main events. Now aboard a Praga machine, he matched that result during the opening round in Phoenix, and battled for another spot on Sunday before finishing fourth. The two-time California ProKart Challenge champion is finding himself in a challenge for the regional title this year, with rookie S1 driver and fellow Praga pilot Jarred Campbell showing the way thus far into the regional season. With three more races left on the calendar, the battle is surely going to come down to a Streets of Lancaster Grand Prix battle.

Point Breakdown

Race Rank Finish Points
SKUSA SummerNationals ’14 #1 – S1 9.5 7 1039
SKUSA SummerNationals ’14 #2 – S1 9.5 10 987
SKUSA California PKC ’14 #5 – S1 8.5 1 978
SKUSA SuperNationals 2014 – S1 10 13 1053
SKUSA SpringNationals ’15 #1 – S1 9.5 3 1032
SKUSA SpringNationals ’15 #2 – S1 9.5 4 1022

Inside the Stats
Average Finish: 6.33
Average Points: 1018.5
Total Points: 6111

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Ron White (Photo: EKN)

Ron White (Photo: EKN)

Stock Moto #3 – Ron White
San Jose, California

No one in the S1 Stock Moto ranks has more experience than that of Ron White. A longtime CRG driver, White won a CIK European event 11 years ago in the ICC category (KZ2 today), becoming one of only a few Americans to win at a CIK-FIA event. Not only is Ron a driver, he’s continued to develop his Ron White Racing program for driver coaching along with arrive-and-drive rides. White’s best result from the SpringNationals weekend was sixth on Saturday, and no doubt the experience from the past at the New Castle Motorsports Park will aid him during the SummerNationals.

Point Breakdown

Race Rank Finish Points
SKUSA California PKC ’14 #4 – S1 8.5 1 960
SKUSA SummerNationals ’14 #2 – S1 9.5 6 1030
SKUSA California PKC ’14 #6 – S1 8.5 1 987
SKUSA SuperNationals 2014 – S1 10 8 1113
SKUSA SpringNationals ’15 #1 – S1 9.5 6 1001
SKUSA SpringNationals ’15 #2 – S1 9.5 8 980

Inside the Stats
Average Finish: 5.00
Average Points: 1011.8
Total Points: 6071

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Daniel Formal (Photo: Retro Grouch)

Daniel Formal (Photo: Retro Grouch)

Stock Moto ‘On the Move’ – #9
Daniel Formal
San Jose, Costa Rica

This month’s ‘On the Move’ is DRT Racing’s Daniel Formal. The Costa Rican joined the squad just before the SKUSA SummerNationals, and performed his best at the SKUSA SuperNationals XVIII with a third place finish, beating out Gary Carlton and Fritz Leesmann for the position. Formal’s Driver Rankings total increased thanks to three victories at the Northeast Shifter Kart Series, combining the end of last year and this year’s opening round. Living in Florida, Formal has moved back to Coata Rica and is scheduled for limited events, possible including the SummerNationals but for sure the SuperNationals in Las Vegas.

Point Breakdown

Race Rank Finish Points
SKUSA SummerNationals ’14 #1 – S1 9.5 10 1006
SKUSA SummerNationals ’14 #2 – S1 9.5 12 965
Northeast Shifter Kart Series ’14 #6 8 1 841
Northeast Shifter Kart Series ’14 #7 8 1 881
SKUSA SuperNationals 2014 – S1 10 3 1173
Northeast Shifter Kart Series ’15 #1 8 1 871

Inside the Stats
Average Finish: 4.67
Average Points: 956.2
Total Points: 5737


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 2015, 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. Other national and 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.


EKN Stock Moto Driver Rankings – as of May 14, 2015

Pos. Dec. 18 Plus/Minus Driver Races Score
1. 3 2 Fritz Leesmann 7 6141
2. 7 5 Billy Musgrave 13 6111
3. 5 2 Ron White 8 6071
4. 14 10 Jarred Campbell 11 6032
5. 9 4 Jonathan Kotyk 8 5896
6. 8 2 Cody Hodgson 7 5887
7. 16 9 Kolton Griffin 11 5781
8. 10 2 Austin Garrison 6 5767
9. 63 54 Daniel Formal 6 5737
10. 6 -4 Oliver Askew 6 5711
11. 32 21 Carter Williams 12 5705
12. 19 7 Matias Podboj 7 5665
13. 12 -1 Connor Wagner 6 5627
14. 20 6 Ryon Beachner 6 5530
15. 23 8 Luke Shanahan 9 5513
16. 29 13 Jordan Dick 9 5511
17. 35 18 Troy Diede 6 5499
18. 24 6 Miguel Lopez 10 5480
19. 39 20 Daniel De La Calle 11 5476
20. 18 -2 Nathan Adds 11 5426
21. 37 16 Tyler Bennett 7 5399
22. 41 19 Will Preston 6 5333
23. 33 10 Josh Lane 10 5287
24. 25 1 Skyler Finley 9 5269
25. 50 25 Graig Alvarez 12 5267
26. 40 14 Cabot Bigham 8 5251
27. 42 15 Bonnier Moulton 6 5250
28. 77 49 Robert Bujdoso 6 5243
29. 26 -3 Jack Freese 6 5242
30. 31 1 Ryan Rudolph 7 5237
31. 54 23 Hunter Pickett 9 5232
32. 80 48 Marco Eakins 6 5189
33. 48 15 Alan Michel 7 5172
34. 49 15 Alex Yates 6 5109
35. 45 10 CJ Cramm 10 5087
36. 58 22 Harry Gottsacker 12 5077
37. 2 -35 Nick Neri 5 5019
38. 56 18 Tyler Guilbeault 8 4996
39. 55 16 Blake Murdock 8 4948
40. 60 20 John Gaydos 8 4939
41. - - Kyle Wick 6 4926
42. 83 41 Ryan Grieve 6 4906
43. 59 16 Billy Auffenberg 7 4855
44. 64 20 Austin Wilkins 8 4841
45. 84 39 Norbert Laczho 6 4834
46. 66 20 Brady Ross 6 4697
47. 122 75 Andrew Bujdoso 5 4695
48. 61 13 Casey Ross 6 4682
49. 70 21 Randall Their 6 4609
50. 72 22 Peter Abba 5 4590
51. 30 -21 Morgan Healey 5 4586
52. 104 52 Brandon Frank 5 4553
53. 28 -25 Lloyd Mack 5 4404
54. 46 -8 Jonathan Vitolo 5 4349
55. 78 23 Daniel Langon 5 4329
56. 38 -18 Tase Flores 5 4327
57. 108 51 Christian Bouhuys 5 4231
58. 51 -7 Austin Schimmel 5 4222
59. 79 20 Chris Neria 5 4211
60. 47 -13 Myles Marolt 5 4179
61. 52 -9 Tyler Fling 5 4123
62. 81 19 Ellie Nash 5 4106
63. 65 2 Phillip Davis 5 3974
64. 85 21 Slade Putman 5 3971
65. 115 50 Eric Van Der Steur 5 3953
66. 15 -51 Kyle Kirkwood 4 3864
67. 11 -56 Jake French 4 3862
68. 101 33 Dan Laporta 5 3852
69. 71 2 Michael Taska 5 3850
70. 76 6 Brian Keck 4 3524
71. 89 18 Colby Yardley 4 3513
72. 175 103 Kol Bailey 4 3447
73. - - Don Whittington 4 3432
74. 92 18 Mike Beeny 4 3425
75. 1 -74 Jordon Lennox Lamb 3 3386
76. 44 -32 Lindsay Brewer 4 3385
77. 125 48 Cody Jolly 4 3367
78. 95 17 Alex Keyes 4 3346
79. 36 -43 Davide Fore 3 3308
80. - - Andretta Young 4 3266
81. 111 30 Forrest Denham 4 3262
82. - - Kevin Janders 4 3252
83. - - Farshad Bagheri 4 3232
84. - - Travis Henson 4 3220
85. - - David Levy 4 3208
86. 97 11 Paul Makarucha 4 3199
87. 67 -20 Grayson Browne 4 3172
88. 100 12 Clayton Putman 4 3161
89. 4 -85 Milan Dontje 3 3137
90. 68 -22 Jarrett Lile 4 3135
91. 57 -34 Joey Wimsett 3 3006
92. 73 -19 Loris Ronzano 3 2968
93. 13 -80 Ryan Kinnear 3 2901
94. 17 -77 Sabre Cook 3 2814
95. 149 54 Chris Jennings 3 2809
96. 90 -6 Luis Morales 3 2723
97. 75 -22 Alec Gumpfer 3 2666
98. 43 -55 Curtis Paul Jr. 3 2620
99. - - Jim McKinney 3 2598
100. 106 6 Cody Diede 3 2555
101. 107 6 Nic LeDuc 3 2555
102. 109 7 Ryan Pool 3 2544
103. 164 61 Kory Estell 3 2522
104. - - Darin Marcus 3 2515
105. 62 -43 JP Alonso 3 2496
106. - - Kyle Kalish 3 2491
107. 172 65 Bryon Rothenhoefer 3 2483
108. - - Henry Morse 3 2442
109. 82 -27 Cody Freeman 3 2433
110. 34 -76 Cory Milne 3 2433
111. 110 -1 Joe Morton 3 2427
112. 96 -16 John Sullivan 3 2417
113. 132 19 Scott Granger 3 2412
114. 117 3 Gino Giglotti 3 2366
115. 99 -16 Kyle Smith 3 2365
116. 123 7 Andy Noyes 3 2292
117. - - Rick Dreezen 2 2106
118. - - Patrik Hajek 2 2043
119. 21 -98 Christian Schureman 2 2014
120. 218 98 Fernando Casillas Jr. 2 1995
121. - - Matt Hamilton 2 1991
122. 119 -3 Steven Reasoner 2 1924
123. 121 -2 Tom Dyer 2 1894
124. 154 30 Bryce Cornet 2 1893
125. 27 -98 Matthew Di Leo 2 1884
126. 88 -38 Jimmy McNeil 2 1841
127. 22 -105 Alex Tartaglia 2 1839
128. 91 -37 Joshua de Losier 2 1793
129. - - Jordon Musser 2 1747
130. 145 15 Brett Buckwalter 2 1723
131. 128 -3 Lauren Stark 2 1670
132. - - Matt Koerner 2 1648
133. 98 -35 Taylor Monnig 2 1637
134. 134 NC Ryan Smith 2 1634
135. - - Bayley Mickler 2 1627
136. - - Mike Rivera 2 1627
137. 130 -7 Derek Scott Jr. 2 1619
138. - - Colin Long 2 1615
139. 103 -36 Allan Cesarman 2 1608
140. 131 -9 Joe Taylor 2 1605
141. - - Steve Perdue 2 1605
142. 116 -26 Krisztian Molnar 2 1603
143. - - Joe Criscione 2 1600
144. - - Mike McGowan 2 1598
145. 114 -31 Chris Beck 2 1597
146. - - Justin Walsh 2 1584
147. - - Phil Haddad 2 1582
148. - - Brian Frank 2 1581
149. - - Jim Lewis 2 1576
150. - - Mateo DeLeon 2 1572
151. - - Justin Taylor 2 1568
152. 189 37 Gilberto Munoz 2 1566
153. - - Jason Hall 2 1564
154. - - Tyler Shepard 2 1564
155. - - Garrett Ramirez 2 1563
156. 113 -43 Johnny Gottsacker 2 1561
157. 197 40 Pascual Torres 2 1559
158. - - Jeff Janders 2 1556
159. 136 -23 Johny Boken 2 1547
160. 140 -20 Dave Edwards 2 1540
161. 138 -23 Kassy Loving 2 1530
162. 118 -44 Mark Gaydos 2 1520
163. 139 -24 Ryan Belanger 2 1516
164. 86 -78 Jayson Braffett 2 1498
165. 141 -24 Tim Armstrong 2 1493
166. 194 28 Joshua Smith 2 1484
167. 217 50 Garret Bailey 2 1483
168. 216 48 Frank Rapisarda 2 1463
169. 144 -25 Keith Buffo 2 1458
170. 147 -23 Jason Faint 1 1099
171. 148 -23 Phillip Orcic 1 1094
172. 150 -22 Jordan Ford 1 1029
173. 151 -22 AJ Allmendinger 1 1005
174. 152 -22 Ricardo Gonzalez 1 997
175. 153 -22 Matt Jaskol 1 993
176. 155 -21 Dominic LeGrand 1 963
177. 157 -20 Connor Iseli 1 938
178. 105 -73 Christian Bird 1 937
179. 158 -21 Marco Andretti 1 933
180. 159 -21 Colton Aldridge 1 928
181. 160 -21 Gary Carlton 1 921
182. 161 -21 Derek Crockett 1 919
183. - - Roberto Manduchi 1 918
184. 163 -21 Lance Lane 1 909
185. 165 -20 Scott Hargrove 1 898
186. 124 -62 Scott Barnes 1 891
187. 167 -20 Kyle Kennedy 1 881
188. 168 -20 Fauzi Dib Saad 1 874
189. 94 -95 Vivek Tandon 1 872
190. - - AJ Myers 1 870
191. 169 -22 Pablo Sanchez 1 862
192. 170 -22 Brian Fisher 1 851
193. - - Mark Nagy 1 851
194. 171 -23 Austin Versteeg 1 847
195. 174 -21 Alex Speed 1 842
196. 74 -122 Garrett Boone 1 840
197. - - Matteo Vigano 1 835
198. 176 -22 Richard Heistand 1 835
199. - - Christopher Hines 1 834
200. 177 -23 Cole Mathewson 1 831
201. - - Chris Gannon 1 829
202. 178 -24 Evan Roshak 1 829
203. - - Brian Davies 1 828
204. 179 -25 Chandler Campbell 1 828
205. 180 -25 Lorenzo van Riet 1 827
206. 181 -25 Eddie Olpin 1 826
207. 182 -25 Mike Nakumura 1 822
208. - - Philip Craycraft 1 821
209. - - Pablo Carballedo 1 820
210. 183 -27 David Harding 1 817
211. 162 -49 Brad Dunford 1 812
212. - - Tyler Coffman 1 812
213. - - Will Hudson 1 812
214. 129 -85 Chris Tyrell 1 811
215. 185 -30 Rene Martinelli 1 808
216. - - Max Cortes 1 804
217. 200 -17 Alejandro Fernandez 1 803
218. - - Bryan Morgan 1 803
219. - - Kolby Araki 1 803
220. 198 -22 Virgil Gross 1 800
221. 188 -33 Jim Inglebright 1 799
222. 93 -129 Jake Craig 1 794
223. 190 -33 Fabrizio Famularo 1 793
224. 191 -33 Sam Bocchino 1 793
225. - - Stephan Flatt 1 793
226. 193 -33 Jim Kidd 1 790
227. - - Steve Jenks 1 787
228. 53 -175 Ben Schermerhorn 1 786
229. - - Caleb Smock 1 784
230. - - Steven Waddell 1 784
231. - - Rusty Lingle 1 782
232. 199 -33 Calvin Hankins 1 780
233. - - Trenton Estep 1 774
234. 201 -33 Andrew Vargus 1 773
235. 202 -33 Bear Rothenhoefer 1 770
236. 203 -33 Jerry Rhodes 1 767
237. - - Dan Dragio 1 766
238. 204 -34 Eric Humphries 1 766
239. 205 -34 Alex Reynosa 1 764
240. 206 -34 Pete Yerkovich Jr. 1 762
241. 207 -34 Carlos Crespo 1 761
242. 208 -34 Nick Boulle 1 759
243. - - Aamir Hyder 1 758
244. 210 -34 Lee Waddell 1 758
245. - - Bill Pyles 1 757
246. 211 -35 Justin Bennett 1 755
247. 212 -35 Brad Shaffer 1 747
248. 213 -35 George Moss 1 745
249. - - Gregory Weate 1 741
250. 112 -138 Jake Karwowski 1 740
251. - - Patrick Cecilian 1 732
252. 215 -37 Mike Kavanaugh 1 731
253. 69 -184 Mitch McKie 1 722
254. - - Ricky Davis 1 714
255. - - Preston Peltier 1 706

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