2015 eKartingNews.com Driver Rankings – Stock Moto – August 7

Leesmann remains top driver over new S1 winner Musgrave and veteran White

Fritz Leesmann remains as the top driver in the EKN Stock Moto Driver Rankings (Photo: On Track Promotions - otp.ca)

EKN Driver Rankings logoThe 2015 season is becoming one of excitement in the Stock Moto categories. The SpringNationals and SummerNationals events on the Superkarts! USA Fikse Wheels Pro Tour have produced some incredible racing, and the regional and club programs around the country are continuing to see an increase in the number of six-speed powered machines at their events. The running of the SummerNats at the popular New Castle Motorsports Park helped many drivers improve on their driver ranking scores, although the order remaining unchanged at the top of the standings.

Two-time SKUSA champion Fritz Leesmann (CRG) holds his position at the top of the eKaringNews.com Stock Moto Driver Rankings. Both he and Billy Musgrave improved on their score thanks to their stellar results at the SummerNationals at the end of July. Leesmann’s best result at NCMP was second, finishing behind the Praga North America’s Musgrave won Sunday. While both improved their scores in the rankings, Leesmann held onto the #1 spot while Musgrave cut the NorCal driver’s lead to just 57 point from 63, where it was last month.

Ron White (CRG) improved his point total with another string of top-10 results, and will head into Las Vegas to an event where he will be more than capable of landing on the podium once again. S1 Pro Stock Moto rookie Jarred Campbell remains in the fourth position, keeping pace with the fast drivers, just not standing out with the blistering speed we have seen from the Praga North America driver at the California ProKart Challenge events, where he leads the season standings. The other driver on the move was Tony Kart pilot Kolton Griffin, who turned in his best performance of the season at the SummerNationals. Fighting his way into the top-five on Saturday, Griffin remained quick on Sunday to land himself his first Fikse Wheels Pro Tour podium in the third position, making it an American 1-2-3 result for the first time since the 2013 SpringNationals. Griffin’s results moved him into the fifth position in the rankings.

Another driver with a great performance was Jonathan Kotyk. The Top Kart pilot earned his first-ever Fikse Wheels Pro Tour S1 podium on Saturday, placing third behind the two international drivers, Patrik Hajek and Rick Dreezen. Kotyk remains sixth, while Carter Williams continues to show as the top S2 driver in the Driver Rankings. Williams (FA Kart) struggled early in New Castle, but climbed back toward the front and improved his point total in the standings to jump up two spots to seventh. Miguel Lopez has now broken into the top-10 thanks to a S2 double-win performance at the SummerNationals. The GP driver was on his game, and now has positioned himself behind Williams in both the championship chase and the EKN Driver Rankings.

California ProKart Challenge regulars Matias Podboj (Mad-Croc) and Ryon Beachner (Tony Kart) complete the top-10, as Cody Hodgson (Aluminos) has fallen down the order as he did not card a replacement result for the 2014 SummerNationals, which was dropped from the calculations for this update.

Upcoming EKN Stock Moto Driver Rankings Events
8/8,Utah State Championship #7,Spec 125,Miller Motorsports Park,”Tooele, UT”,8
8/15,Northeast Shifter Kart Series #6,Stock Moto,F1 Boston,”East Bridgewater, MA”,8
8/15,Northwest Gold Cup #9,Super Stock CR125 Light,McMinnville Kart Track,”McMinnville, OR”,8
8/16,Northwest Gold Cup #10,Super Stock CR125 Light,McMinnville Kart Track,”McMinnville, OR”,8
8/16,Sanzaru Games Karting Championship #6,Pro Stock Honda,Simraceway Performance Karting Center,”Sonoma, CA”,8
8/22,Racing the Rockies #7,Spec 125,The Track at Centennial,”Englewood, CO”,8
8/29,SKUSA California ProKart Challenge #5,S1,Lake Elsinore GP,”Lake Elsinore, CA”,8.5
8/29,SKUSA California ProKart Challenge #5,S2,Lake Elsinore GP,”Lake Elsinore, CA”,8
8/29,Utah State Championship #8,Spec 125,Miller Motorsports Park,”Tooele, UT”,8
8/30,WKA Manufacturers Cup Series #5,Stock Moto,Pittsburgh International Racing Complex,”Wampum, PA”,8.5
9/6,Sanzaru Games Karting Championship #7,Pro Stock Honda,Simraceway Performance Karting Center,”Sonoma, CA”,8
9/12,SKUSA Can-Am ProKart Challenge #7,S1,Pat’s Acres Racing Complex,”Canby, OR”,8.5
9/12,SKUSA Can-Am ProKart Challenge #7,S2,Pat’s Acres Racing Complex,”Canby, OR”,8
9/12,Utah State Championship #9,Spec 125,Miller Motorsports Park,”Tooele, UT”,8
9/13,Racing the Rockies #8,Spec 125,The Track at Centennial,”Englewood, CO”,8
9/13,SKUSA Can-Am ProKart Challenge #8,S1,Pat’s Acres Racing Complex,”Canby, OR”,8.5
9/13,SKUSA Can-Am ProKart Challenge #8,S2,Pat’s Acres Racing Complex,”Canby, OR”,8
9/19,Northeast Shifter Kart Series #7,Stock Moto,New Jersey Motorsports Park,”Millville, NJ”,8
9/26,Florida Pro Kart Series Summer #5,Stock Moto,TBA,TBA,8
9/26,Utah State Championship #10,Spec 125,Miller Motorsports Park,”Tooele, UT”,8
9/27,Florida Pro Kart Series Summer #6,Stock Moto,TBA,TBA,8
9/27,Streets of Lancaster Grand Prix,S1,SOLGP,”Lancaster, CA”,9
9/27,Streets of Lancaster Grand Prix,S2,SOLGP,”Lancaster, CA”,8.5

Fritz Leesmann (Photo: EKN)

Fritz Leesmann (Photo: EKN)

Stock Moto #1 – Fritz Leesmann
Folsom, California

We have seen it for nearly a decade from Fritz Leesmann. Ranked among the most successful shifterkart drivers in the United States, the NorCal competitor is once again in position to battle for his third SKUSA Fikse Wheels Pro Tour title. A small mishap in Round Three cost him valuable points, but a third runner-up finish in four rounds of racing have the CRG driver in the mix heading to the SuperNationals. Poor results from last year’s SummerNats were replaced with better point totals to elevate his point total in the Driver Rankings, keeping him as the current ‘King of Stock Moto’.

Point Breakdown
SKUSA SuperNationals 2014 – S1,10,5,1149
California ProKart Challenge ’14 #6 – S1,8.5,4,957
SKUSA SpringNationals ’15 #1 – S1,9.5,2,1043
SKUSA SpringNationals ’15 #2 – S1,9.5,2,1043
California ProKart Challenge ’15 #4 – S1,8.5,1,990
SKUSA SummerNationals ’15 #2 – S1,9.5,2,1050
Inside the Stats
Average Finish: 2.67
Average Points: 1038.7
Total Points: 6232


Billy Musgrave (Photo: EKN)

Billy Musgrave (Photo: EKN)

Stock Moto #2 – Billy Musgrave
Norco, California

Victory is ‘oh so sweet’, and for Billy Musgrave, the next big one took some time. Musgrave jumped into the S2 category at the SuperNationals back in 2012, coming away with a breakthrough victory in Las Vegas over Sabre Cook. Over the last two seasons, the SoCal driver has shown the speed and the talent at the regional level with two championships to his credit, but a Fikse Wheels Pro Tour victory has eluded him. Musgrave looked to be on a mission on Sunday at the SummerNationals, as Leesmann tried to take down the younger Praga driver, but Billy prevailed with his first victory, and earned a $1,000 pay day for winning the overall weekend points total. Now heading into Vegas, could it be a second victory at the famed SuperNationals this November? Would this push Musgrave to the #1 ranking to end the 2015 season?

Point Breakdown
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
SKUSA SummerNationals ’14 #1 – S1,9.5,4,1029
SKUSA SummerNationals ’14 #2 – S1,9.5,1,1061
Inside the Stats
Average Finish: 4.33
Average Points: 1029.1
Total Points: 6175


Ron White (Photo: EKN)

Ron White (Photo: EKN)

Stock Moto #3 – Ron White
San Jose, California

If you look at the history of national level shifter kart racing in the United States, Ron White has been there since the beginning when Superkarts! USA launched the ProMoto Tour in 1999. There appears to be no end in sight for 2002 SuperNationals winner, as the veteran from NorCal continues to take on the best of the best, matching up his talents against they best they have. White has the drive and passion to strive to be the best, and he will not let anyone stand in his way. A victory was on the horizon for White at the SKUSA SummerNationals in July, where he earned a heat race win and a second-place in the second moto during Saturday’s round of racing. White slipped in the final to end up sixth, moving up to fifth the following day. A former winner and recent podium finisher at the SuperNationals, do not be surprised to see White’s name near the top at the Vegas finale.

Point Breakdown
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
SKUSA SummerNationals ’15 #1 – S1,9.5,6,1008
SKUSA SummerNationals ’15 #2 – S1,9.5,5,1019
Inside the Stats
Average Finish: 5.67
Average Points: 1018
Total Points: 6108


Chris Jennings (Photo: EKN)

Chris Jennings (Photo: EKN)

Stock Moto ‘On the Move’ – #15
Chris Jennings
Sachse, Texas

The driver ‘On the Move’ is from the Lone Star state once again, from the same city actually, but about double the age of last month’s focus Jake French. Chris Jennings is a great example of someone who simply loves the sport, as he competes in both S2 and S4 Master competition. A week before the SummerNationals, Jennings was looking to wrench for someone, just to be part of the action in New Castle. Then the DRT Racing / DR Kart driver and his father decided to go ahead and race it, as things got moved around back home to allow him a chance to visit New Castle, a track that was on his karting ‘bucket list’. Jennings came just one spot short of the S4 podium on Saturday, and then just a few inches of winning his first Fikse Wheels Pro Tour victory on Sunday. Back home, he remains in shape, racing the Texas ProKart Challenge S2 drivers, and he knows how to drive to the front, landing himself on the podium in both S2 and S4 at last year’s SuperNationals. Last year was a great way to close out his history at the Rio, which began with a victory in S4 back in 2008. We expect him to fight for the S4 race win when SKUSA runs its first-ever event at the Las Vegas Convention Center in November.

Point Breakdown
SKUSA SuperNationals 2014 – S2,9.5,5,1088
Texas ProKart Challenge ’15 #1,8,3,862
Texas ProKart Challenge ’15 #2,8,3,859
Texas ProKart Challenge ’15 #4,8,7,832
Texas ProKart Challenge ’15 #5,8,4,882
Texas ProKart Challenge ’15 #6,8,5,870
Inside the Stats
Average Finish: 4.5
Average Points: 898.8
Total Points: 5393

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.

Stock Moto Driver Rankings – as of August 7, 2015
Pos.,Jul. 1,Plus/Minus,Driver,Races,Score
1.,1,NC,Fritz Leesmann,8,6232
2.,2,NC,Billy Musgrave,13,6175
3.,3,NC,Ron White,8,6108
4.,4,NC,Jarred Campbell,11,6047
5.,7,2,Kolton Griffin,11,5964
6.,6,NC,Jonathan Kotyk,7,5893
7.,9,2,Carter Williams,11,5803
8.,16,8,Miguel Lopez,9,5692
9.,10,1,Matias Podboj,7,5655
10.,12,2,Ryon Beachner,6,5578
11.,28,17,Hunter Pickett,7,5513
12.,13,1,Luke Shanahan,8,5489
13.,11,-2,Jake French,7,5476
14.,25,11,Skyler Finley,9,5396
15.,45,30,Chris Jennings,7,5393
16.,51,35,Don Whittington,7,5364
17.,50,33,Kol Bailey,7,5360
18.,18,NC,Nathan Adds,11,5352
19.,20,1,Josh Lane,8,5336
20.,42,22,Andrew Bujdoso,7,5335
21.,22,1,Graig Alvarez,10,5300
22.,24,2,Marco Eakins,7,5296
23.,21,-2,Tyler Bennett,7,5276
24.,27,3,Alan Michel,7,5269
25.,23,-2,Robert Bujdoso,8,5231
26.,30,4,Harry Gottsacker,11,5226
27.,26,-1,Jack Freese,6,5216
28.,70,42,Jordon Musser,6,5147
29.,31,2,Cody Jolly,7,5120
30.,36,6,Austin Wilkins,10,5104
31.,33,2,Alex Yates,8,5061
32.,32,NC,CJ Cramm,10,5049
33.,29,-4,Bonnier Moulton,6,5025
34.,37,3,Ryan Pool,7,5015
35.,72,37,Colby Yardley,6,4996
36.,39,3,Andretta Young,8,4969
37.,35,-2,John Gaydos,6,4956
38.,85,47,Casey Ross,6,4926
39.,38,-1,Kyle Wick,6,4926
40.,40,NC,Travis Henson,6,4862
41.,44,3,Brandon Frank,5,4776
42.,5,-37,Cody Hodgson,5,4736
43.,14,-29,Troy Diede,5,4718
44.,43,-1,Peter Abba,5,4590
45.,98,53,Kyle Kalish,5,4575
46.,19,-27,Will Preston,5,4524
47.,15,-32,Daniel De La Calle,5,4415
48.,17,-31,Jordan Dick,5,4348
49.,54,5,Austin Schimmel,5,4288
50.,52,2,Christian Bouhuys,5,4272
51.,57,6,Mike Beeny,5,4222
52.,117,65,Rick Dreezen,4,4153
53.,34,-19,Tyler Guilbeault,5,4148
54.,118,64,Patrik Hajek,4,4112
55.,60,5,Kevin Janders,5,4057
56.,75,19,Kyle Smith,5,4057
57.,107,50,Lincoln Steel,5,4057
58.,111,53,David Salazar,5,4013
59.,65,6,Billy Auffenberg,5,3968
60.,66,6,Dan Laporta,5,3946
61.,120,59,Fernando Casillas Jr.,4,3890
62.,8,-54,Daniel Formal,4,3766
63.,41,-22,Connor Wagner,4,3749
64.,124,60,Bryce Cornet,4,3682
65.,73,8,Bryon Rothenhoefer,4,3321
66.,58,-8,Chris Neria,4,3286
67.,76,9,Forrest Denham,4,3262
68.,97,29,Darin Marcus,4,3253
69.,77,8,Ryan Grieve,4,3248
70.,78,8,Farshad Bagheri,4,3232
71.,62,-9,Joe Morton,4,3222
72.,61,-11,Norbert Laczho,4,3221
73.,79,6,Colin Long,4,3215
74.,80,6,David Levy,4,3208
75.,82,7,Brady Ross,4,3146
76.,84,8,Randall Their,4,3111
77.,69,-8,Sabre Cook,3,2854
78.,126,48,Brian Keck,3,2818
79.,48,-31,Cabot Bigham,3,2618
80.,93,13,Jim McKinney,3,2598
81.,244,163,Trenton Estep,3,2589
82.,46,-36,Lloyd Mack,3,2576
83.,71,-12,Nic LeDuc,3,2551
84.,96,12,Kory Estell,3,2522
85.,47,-38,Ryan Rudolph,3,2509
86.,192,106,Kyle Kennedy,3,2502
87.,74,-13,Ellie Nash,3,2476
88.,99,11,Matt Koerner,3,2469
89.,101,12,Paul Makarucha,3,2461
90.,102,12,Henry Morse,3,2442
91.,103,12,Cory Milne,3,2433
92.,104,12,Tyler Fling,3,2420
93.,108,15,Justin Taylor,3,2398
94.,109,15,Eric Van Der Steur,3,2394
95.,81,-14,Slade Putman,3,2382
96.,112,16,Tyler Shepard,3,2368
97.,114,17,Mike Rivera,3,2359
98.,167,69,Kyle Knecht,3,2355
99.,115,16,Dave Edwards,3,2352
100.,116,16,Frank Rapisarda,3,2283
101.,86,-15,Keith Buffo,3,2267
102.,53,-49,Jordon Lennox Lamb,2,2075
103.,55,-48,Davide Fore,2,2072
104.,56,-48,Nick Neri,2,2021
105.,64,-41,Oliver Askew,2,2014
106.,-,-,Max Di Bella,2,2011
107.,121,14,Matt Hamilton,2,1991
108.,59,-49,Austin Garrison,2,1981
109.,87,-22,Kyle Kirkwood,2,1978
110.,67,-43,Joey Wimsett,2,1976
111.,-,-,Daniel Bray,2,1952
112.,205,93,Cole Mathewson,2,1937
113.,-,-,Augie Lerch,2,1930
114.,123,9,Tom Dyer,2,1894
115.,196,81,Jesus Rios,2,1815
116.,49,-67,Jonathan Vitolo,2,1778
117.,-,-,Salvador de Alba,2,1769
118.,129,11,Curtis Paul Jr.,2,1765
119.,68,-51,Morgan Healey,2,1728
120.,63,-57,Blake Murdock,2,1725
121.,-,-,Luke Waller,2,1706
122.,131,9,Pablo Sanchez,2,1704
123.,-,-,Eric Batt,2,1694
124.,100,-24,Myles Marolt,2,1693
125.,132,7,Lindsay Brewer,2,1680
126.,95,-31,Alex Keyes,2,1671
127.,-,-,Kindra Hurlbert,2,1663
128.,-,-,Cody Elliott,2,1653
129.,-,-,Parker Chase,2,1653
130.,133,3,Myles Pederson,2,1642
131.,134,3,Chris Beck,2,1641
132.,135,3,Ryan Smith,2,1634
133.,136,3,Wes Pogue,2,1634
134.,137,3,Bayley Mickler,2,1627
135.,138,3,Derek Scott Jr.,2,1619
136.,139,3,Chris Matthew,2,1615
137.,-,-,Tim Hollowell,2,1611
138.,106,-32,Scott Granger,2,1607
139.,141,2,Joe Taylor,2,1605
140.,142,2,Steve Perdue,2,1605
141.,143,2,Pablo Carballedo,2,1604
142.,105,-37,Phillip Davis,2,1601
143.,-,-,Jenna Grillo,2,1600
144.,144,NC,Joe Criscione,2,1600
145.,145,NC,Mike McGowan,2,1598
146.,146,NC,Ray Cochand,2,1592
147.,110,-37,Clayton Putman,2,1588
148.,148,NC,Justin Walsh,2,1584
149.,149,NC,Phil Haddad,2,1582
150.,150,NC,Ryan Belanger,2,1582
151.,151,NC,Brian Frank,2,1581
152.,153,1,Rusty Lingle,2,1579
153.,154,1,Dave Shepard,2,1576
154.,155,1,James O’Brien,2,1576
155.,156,1,Jim Lewis,2,1576
156.,113,-43,Gino Giglotti,2,1574
157.,157,NC,Mateo DeLeon,2,1572
158.,158,NC,Matthew Mateo,2,1568
159.,159,NC,Brian Nixon,2,1567
160.,160,NC,Jaques Rickards,2,1567
161.,161,NC,Gilberto Munoz,2,1566
162.,162,NC,Jason Hall,2,1564
163.,163,NC,Garrett Ramirez,2,1563
164.,164,NC,Pascual Torres,2,1559
165.,166,1,Jeff Janders,2,1556
166.,-,-,Joe Ruch,2,1516
167.,171,4,Joshua Smith,2,1484
168.,172,4,Garret Bailey,2,1483
169.,173,4,Patrick Cecilian,2,1482
170.,140,-30,Allan Cesarman,2,1453
171.,83,-88,Milan Dontje,1,1101
172.,174,2,Jason Faint,1,1099
173.,128,-45,Joshua de Losier,1,1031
174.,176,2,Jordan Ford,1,1029
175.,90,-85,Luis Morales,1,1020
176.,177,1,AJ Allmendinger,1,1005
177.,178,1,Ricardo Gonzalez,1,997
178.,179,1,Matt Jaskol,1,993
179.,180,1,Dominic LeGrand,1,963
180.,181,1,Jimmy McNeil,1,958
181.,125,-56,Matthew Di Leo,1,945
182.,182,NC,Connor Iseli,1,938
183.,183,NC,Christian Bird,1,937
184.,184,NC,Marco Andretti,1,933
185.,185,NC,Colton Aldridge,1,928
186.,186,NC,Gary Carlton,1,921
187.,187,NC,Derek Crockett,1,919
188.,88,-100,Loris Ronzano,1,918
189.,188,-1,Roberto Manduchi,1,918
190.,189,-1,Lance Lane,1,909
191.,89,-102,Ryan Kinnear,1,909
192.,190,-2,Scott Hargrove,1,898
193.,191,-2,Scott Barnes,1,891
194.,193,-1,Fauzi Dib Saad,1,874
195.,194,-1,Vivek Tandon,1,872
196.,195,-1,AJ Myers,1,870
197.,130,-67,Brett Buckwalter,1,870
198.,197,-1,Cody Freeman,1,855
199.,198,-1,Mark Nagy,1,851
200.,91,-109,Alec Gumpfer,1,850
201.,199,-2,Austin Versteeg,1,847
202.,200,-2,Tase Flores,1,847
203.,201,-2,Alex Speed,1,842
204.,203,-1,Matteo Vigano,1,835
205.,204,-1,Christopher Hines,1,834
206.,206,NC,Chris Gannon,1,829
207.,207,NC,Evan Roshak,1,829
208.,208,NC,Mike Hines,1,829
209.,209,NC,Brian Davies,1,828
210.,210,NC,Chandler Campbell,1,828
211.,211,NC,Lorenzo van Riet,1,827
212.,212,NC,Eddie Olpin,1,826
213.,214,1,Philip Craycraft,1,821
214.,215,1,Brent Galvan,1,813
215.,216,1,Cole Franchini,1,813
216.,217,1,Brad Dunford,1,812
217.,218,1,Tyler Coffman,1,812
218.,219,1,Will Hudson,1,812
219.,165,-54,Jarrett Lile,1,809
220.,220,NC,Jason Toft,1,808
221.,221,NC,Rene Martinelli,1,808
222.,222,NC,Rich Jerrett,1,805
223.,223,NC,Max Cortes,1,804
224.,224,NC,Alejandro Fernandez,1,803
225.,225,NC,Bryan Morgan,1,803
226.,226,NC,Kolby Araki,1,803
227.,227,NC,Virgil Gross,1,800
228.,228,NC,Jim Inglebright,1,799
229.,229,NC,Nick Rango,1,794
230.,230,NC,Fabrizio Famularo,1,793
231.,231,NC,Matt Colledge,1,793
232.,232,NC,Sam Bocchino,1,793
233.,233,NC,Stephan Flatt,1,793
234.,234,NC,Jim Kidd,1,790
235.,235,NC,Brian Henson,1,789
236.,236,NC,Michael Lundeen,1,787
237.,237,NC,Steve Jenks,1,787
238.,238,NC,Ben Schermerhorn,1,786
239.,239,NC,Caleb Smock,1,784
240.,240,NC,Steven Waddell,1,784
241.,242,1,Tera Estes,1,780
242.,243,1,Jake Lothrop,1,779
243.,152,-91,John Sullivan,1,775
244.,168,-76,Kassy Loving,1,773
245.,247,2,Jen Anderson,1,772
246.,248,2,Dan Dragio,1,766
247.,252,5,Nick Boulle,1,759
248.,253,5,Aamir Hyder,1,758
249.,254,5,Lee Waddell,1,758
250.,255,5,Bill Pyles,1,757
251.,256,5,Justin Bennett,1,755
252.,169,-83,Michael Taska,1,749
253.,258,5,Brad Shaffer,1,747
254.,260,6,Gregory Weate,1,741
255.,261,6,Jake Karwowski,1,740
256.,263,7,Mike Kavanaugh,1,731
257.,264,7,Johny Boken,1,722
258.,265,7,Ricky Davis,1,714
259.,266,7,Preston Peltier,1,706
260.,170,-90,Tim Armstrong,1,696

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