2017 eKartingNews.com Driver Rankings Powered by Bell Racing USA – TaG – July 31

Craig retakes top spot over former number one Norberg with Jarsocrak still trailing

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Much like the Stock Honda standings, the TaG portion of the eKartingNews.com Driver Rankings Powered by Bell Racing USA saw shuffling due to the new schedule for 2017. The removal of the 2016 Superkarts! USA SummerNationals from the 12-month total of the drivers in the TaG standings has made an impact at the very top, with former #1 Jake Craig now holding the position at the end of July, heading into the SKUSA Pro Tour season finale next week.

Craig (RPM / Tony Kart) actually improved his score from last month thanks to his visit to the United States Pro Kart Series this past weekend. The improvement of 34 points and the lost of 114 points by former #1 Ryan Norberg (PSL / Birel ART) due to losing his two victories at the 2016 SKUSA SummerNationals resulted in a swap of positions at the top of the standings. Right there behind them is KartSport North America / Praga driver Brandon Jarsocrak, who beat both in each of the main events at the USPKS New Castle event to improve his score. The three are now within 102 points heading into the SummerNationals, and all three are at the top of the X30 Senior championship chase to be decided next weekend.

Up to fourth in the standings is two-time Challenge of the Americas champion Christian Brooks. The Red Bull Global RallyCross Lites driver will be in Atlantic City, looking to improve his championship chances, poised for a return to the karting roots when the GRC season is completed. SpringNationals winner Braden Eves (Zero Error Racing / Kosmic) also moved up one spot, now residing inside the top-five despite losing points in his total.

Down to sixth is Comet Kart Sales / Tony Kart driver Zach Holden. The WinterNationals winner is bouncing back and forth between karts and cars, fighting for the F1600 Championship Series title. Holden is also among those in contention for the SKUSA Pro Tour title as one of the four different winners on the season. Taking advantage of drivers losing points, Nicky Hays (FW / CompKart) moves up three spots to seventh. The 2016 California ProKart Challenge driver remains atop the series standings with one victory and a recent runner-up finish in Santa Maria.

The battle for top rookie of 2017 is heating up. The top two currently sit eighth and ninth with Dante Yu (FW / CompKart) holding the advantage over Franklin Motorsports / Merlin driver Alex Bertagnoli. Yu scored his first Senior victory at the California PKC event in Santa Maria, jumping up 10 spots into the top-10. Bertagnoli – the top Junior driver in 2016 – scored his first Senior victory in April at the USPKS and advanced 26 spots to ninth. He has also scored three wins in the KA100 category, sweeping the main events in New Castle last weekend. Rounding out the top-10 is David Ilavia (J3 / CompKart), who continues to show speed to battle at the front of the field, looking for that big podium finish. Dropping out of the top-10 is Austin Garrison (J3 / CompKart) and Brandon Lemke (AMK / Top Kart).

Upcoming EKN TaG Driver Rankings Schedule
8/12,Sanzaru Games Karting Championship #6,Rotax Senior,Simraceway Performance Karting Center,”Sonoma, CA”,8
8/12,SKUSA Pro Tour SummerNationals,IAME Senior,New Castle Motorsports Park,”New Castle, IN”,9.5
8/13,SKUSA Pro Tour SummerNationals,IAME Senior,New Castle Motorsports Park,”New Castle, IN”,9.5
8/19,Gearup Challenge F-Series #5,Formula TaG,F1 Boston,”East Bridgewater, MA”,8
8/19,Los Angeles Karting Championship #7,IAME Senior,CalSpeed Karting Center,”Fontana, CA”,8
8/19,Northwest Gold Cup #9,TaG Senior,Sumas International Motorsports Academy,”Sumas, WA”,8
8/19,Route 66 Sprint Series #7,IAME Senior,Autobahn Country Club,”Joliet, IL”,8
8/20,Colorado Sprint Championship #3,Rotax Senior,Grand Junction Motor Speedway,”Grand Junction, CO”,8
8/20,Northwest Gold Cup #10,TaG Senior,Sumas International Motorsports Academy,”Sumas, WA”,8
8/20,Rok Cup USA Midwest #3,Rok Senior,New Castle Motorsports Park,”New Castle, IN”,8
8/20,Route 66 Sprint Series #8,IAME Senior,Autobahn Country Club,”Joliet, IL”,8
8/26,WKA Manufacturers Cup Series #7,IAME Senior,Badger Kart Club,”Dousman, WI”,8.5
8/27,WKA Manufacturers Cup Series #8,IAME Senior,Badger Kart Club,”Dousman, WI”,8.5

NEW TaG #1 – Jake Craig
Mission Viejo, California

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The end to the 2016 season was historic for California native Jake Craig. The RPM / Tony Kart driver won his second US Rotax Grand Nationals title, and with a last lap pass, earned his first SKUSA SuperNationals victory. The 2014 SKUSA Pro Tour champ is primed to end the 2017 with similar success. Craig is in contention for the championship to be decided next weekend in New Castle. Not only would he like to become the first two-time champ in the category, he would love nothing more than to become the first to defend the X30 Senior victory at the SuperNationals. The #1 spot in the EKN Driver Rankings will depend on these two events with Craig currently holding the edge on everyone.

Point Breakdown
[table width=”350″]Race,Rank,Finish,Points
US Rotax Grand Nationals 2016,10,1,1105
SKUSA SuperNationals 2016,10,1,1168
SKUSA WinterNationals ’17 #1,9.5,1,1135
SKUSA WinterNationals ’17 #2,9.5,4,1101
SKUSA SpringNationals ’17 #2,9.5,2,1133
United States Pro Kart Series ’17 #5,9,3,1008
United States Pro Kart Series ’17 #6,9,3,1008
Inside the Stats
Average Finish: 2.14
Average Points: 1094
Total Points: 7658


TaG #2 – Ryan Norberg
Orlando, Florida

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The #1 plate has been the ‘target on his back’ for Norberg all season. The Florida driver has not backed down, and continues to work hard on defending his SKUSA Pro Tour championship. My guess, if he had to chose between the #1 spot in the EKN Driver Rankings and defending the SKUSA title, he’d chose the latter. The reason for Norberg to drop out of the top spot was the loss of his two victories at the 2016 SummerNationals in New Castle. A result at the USPKS finale in 2016 and the recent runner-up finish at the US Rotax Grand Nationals replaced them, keeping him short of retaining the #1 spot in the Driver Rankings. Norberg is determined to leave New Castle as he enters, on top of the SKUSA Pro Tour championship standings to become the first to defend the crown, and the first two-time title winner in the category.

Point Breakdown
[table width=”350″]Race,Rank,Finish,Points
United States Pro Kart Series ’16 #8,9,4,1020
SKUSA SuperNationals ’16,10,8,1087
SKUSA WinterNationals ’17 #1,9.5,4,1101
SKUSA WinterNationals ’17 #2,9.5,5,1090
SKUSA SpringNationals ’17 #1,9.5,1,1144
SKUSA SpringNationals ’17 #2,9.5,7,1076
US Rotax Grand Nationals 2017,9.5,2,1048
Inside the Stats
Average Finish: 4.43
Average Points: 1080.9
Total Points: 7566


TaG #3 – Brandon Jarsocrak
Reading, Pennsylvania

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Jarsocrak has been given many nicknames over the last few years, but his new one is ‘Butter’….cause he’s on a roll! Four straight weeks, Jarsocrak has been unbeatable in TaG competition. Beginning with the inaugural Battle at the Brickyard victory, a sweep of the main events at the WKA Manufacturers Cup Series, three heat wins for the overall victory at the Gearup F-Series, and topping it off with another double victory performance at the USPKS event last weekend. The KartSport North America / Praga driver has outdone his 2015 and 2016 seasons in the first portion of the 2017 season, adding in his three of four podium finishes on the SKUSA Pro Tour and victory at the Daytona KartWeek. New Castle is the defining weekend for his SKUSA Pro Tour ambitions, looking to earn his first national title.

Point Breakdown
[table width=”350″]Race,Rank,Finish,Points
SKUSA SuperNationals ’16,10,11,1053
SKUSA WinterNationals ’17 #1,9.5,3,1112
SKUSA WinterNationals ’17 #2,9.5,3,1112
SKUSA SpringNationals ’17 #1,9.5,5,1099
SKUSA SpringNationals ’17 #2,9.5,3,1122
United States Pro Kart Series ’17 #5,9,1,1029
United States Pro Kart Series ’17 #6,9,1,1029
Inside the Stats
Average Finish: 3.86
Average Points: 1079.29
Total Points: 7556


TaG ‘On the Move’ – #8
Dante Yu
Temple City, California

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Some drivers can show it in their rookie season, others take time to adjust to the older, wiser Senior level of karting. Dante Yu has attuned just fine during his 2017 Senior rookie campaign. The CompKart driver has been busy racing throughout California and the SKUSA Pro Tour, along with trips to Europe for CIK and IAME competition. Yu’s first Senior victory at the Santa Maria event in July helped to boost him up into the top-10. With two top-10 finishes already on the SKUSA Pro Tour, a solid weekend in New Castle for the SummerNationals could see Yu advance up into the top-five by this time next month.

Point Breakdown
[table width=”350″]Race,Rank,Finish,Points
Florida Winter Tour ’17 #1 – Rotax,9,5,947
California ProKart Challenge ’17 #1,9,8,941
SKUSA WinterNationals ’17 #2,9.5,9,1044
SKUSA SpringNationals ’17 #1,9.5,14,996
SKUSA SpringNationals ’17 #2,9.5,5,1099
California ProKart Challenge ’17 #3,9,5,984
California ProKart Challenge ’17 #4,9,1,1029
Inside the Stats
Average Finish: 15.1
Average Points: 914
Total Points: 6398

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 2016, the SKUSA Pro Tour 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. A base ranking of nine (9) goes to the United States Pro Kart Series, Florida Winter Tour Rotax Max Challenge, Challenge of the Americas, Rock Island Grand Prix and California ProKart Challenge. 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 Driver Rankings Powered by Bell Racing USA – TaG – as of July 31, 2017
[table]Pos.,Jun. 16,Plus/Minus,Driver,Races,Score
1.,2,1,Jake Craig,10,7658
2.,1,-1,Ryan Norberg,19,7566
3.,3,NC,Brandon Jarsocrak,24,7556
4.,5,1,Christian Brooks,12,7446
5.,6,1,Braden Eves,17,7268
6.,4,-2,Zach Holden,7,7132
7.,10,3,Nicky Hays,12,7075
8.,18,10,Dante Yu,8,7040
9.,35,26,Alex Bertagnoli,13,6999
10.,9,-1,David Ilavia,13,6970
11.,12,1,Jacob Donald,11,6932
12.,11,-1,Max Hewitt,19,6916
13.,8,-5,Austin Garrison,15,6908
14.,13,-1,Kellen Ritter,17,6906
15.,23,8,Luke Selliken,7,6847
16.,62,46,Ryan MacDermid,7,6840
17.,16,-1,Jacob Gulick,19,6829
18.,7,-11,Brandon Lemke,11,6826
19.,19,NC,Brenden Baker,10,6766
20.,25,5,Matthew Taskinen,10,6732
21.,21,NC,Kyle Dupell,16,6727
22.,15,-7,Colby DuBato,16,6701
23.,22,-1,Armin Cavkusic,18,6690
24.,29,5,Dario Cangialosi,19,6660
25.,27,2,Adam Smalley,12,6612
26.,73,47,Mason Buck,9,6580
27.,24,-3,Alexander Kardashian,16,6576
28.,31,3,Billy Musgrave,9,6547
29.,30,1,Ryan Raffa,23,6531
30.,28,-2,Nick Ramirez,7,6483
31.,32,1,Enzo Prevost,11,6473
32.,37,5,Michael Avansino,8,6459
33.,33,NC,Jake Venberg,16,6456
34.,42,8,Nic LeDuc,9,6441
35.,34,-1,Derek Wang,10,6402
36.,36,NC,Lane Vacala,24,6397
37.,77,40,Blake Hunt,8,6393
38.,80,42,Garrett Johnston,8,6382
39.,20,-19,Stepanova Nekeel,7,6342
40.,17,-23,AJ Myers,7,6335
41.,81,40,Ethan Barrett,8,6294
42.,43,1,Mick Gabriel,10,6286
43.,39,-4,Abby McLaughlin,22,6247
44.,44,NC,Logan Cusson,9,6223
45.,46,1,Worawong Komarakul,11,6221
46.,41,-5,Walker Hess,7,6204
47.,45,-2,Alejandro Marquez,16,6193
48.,40,-8,Josh Hotz,10,6145
49.,48,-1,Zach Pettinicchi,9,6082
50.,53,3,Ayrton Kazee,9,6071
51.,50,-1,Kyle Apuzzo,11,6071
52.,57,5,Remo Ruscitti,8,6057
53.,47,-6,Aaron Bromberek,16,6054
54.,49,-5,Dominic Giansiracusa,10,6054
55.,51,-4,Joseph Budzinski,14,6035
56.,52,-4,Brett Mitchell,10,6008
57.,55,-2,Samuel Lupien,6,5992
58.,56,-2,Jonathan Yobbagy,16,5990
59.,63,4,Nathan Ratton,8,5896
60.,102,42,Jacob Abel,7,5859
61.,60,-1,AJ Zale,9,5857
62.,68,6,Porter Weisensel,10,5837
63.,65,2,Aidan Yoder,10,5816
64.,125,61,Dylan North,8,5786
65.,64,-1,Roberto Perez,8,5774
66.,85,19,Andrick Zeen,6,5692
67.,90,23,Calder McWhinney,7,5677
68.,107,39,Stephen Dial,6,5643
69.,14,-55,Bradley Zilisch,6,5581
70.,74,4,Cody Kelleher,6,5549
71.,75,4,Arthur Leist,6,5542
72.,76,4,Dominick Ferrara,7,5467
73.,96,23,Carter Herrera,6,5379
74.,120,46,Nick Brueckner,6,5230
75.,83,8,Jake Drew,6,5169
76.,121,45,Stephen Mallozzi,6,5161
77.,26,-51,TJ Koyen,6,5090
78.,59,-19,Jarett Belge,6,5084
79.,58,-21,Rudy Agras,6,5055
80.,66,-14,John Berry,6,4929
81.,132,51,Jesse Gutierrez,6,4914
82.,128,46,Sean Mann,6,4897
83.,237,154,Blake Weiss,6,4854
84.,89,5,Bryce Choquer,5,4814
85.,104,19,Logan Mueller,6,4807
86.,72,-14,Brendan Fabular,6,4779
87.,93,6,Lance Fenderson,5,4681
88.,79,-9,Rocco Cannata,6,4638
89.,173,84,Patrick O’Hare,6,4607
90.,94,4,Gabriel Paturle,5,4587
91.,95,4,Cal Stewart,5,4576
92.,97,5,Mason Frank,5,4367
93.,98,5,Cedrik Lupien,4,4355
94.,99,5,Christian Cole,5,4296
95.,82,-13,Nick Landi,5,4274
96.,84,-12,Kyle Loh,5,4220
97.,123,26,James Hayner,5,4214
98.,67,-31,Anthony Sawyer,5,4162
99.,159,60,Noah Grey,5,4148
100.,126,26,Ryan C. Lewis,5,4136
101.,160,59,TJ Madonna,5,4135
102.,124,22,Kevin Janders,5,4134
103.,69,-34,Andrew Wilson,5,4100
104.,169,65,Brad Brittin,5,3980
105.,172,67,Shane McCourt,5,3838
106.,71,-35,Jonathan Kotyk,4,3784
107.,108,1,Kaz Sinnott,5,3743
108.,109,1,Noel Dowler,4,3734
109.,110,1,Parker McKean,4,3646
110.,186,76,Kyle Wick,4,3599
111.,115,4,Jett Noland,4,3548
112.,116,4,Michael Geringer,4,3524
113.,-,-,Colton Ramsey,4,3483
114.,149,35,Nick RosenGrant,4,3469
115.,203,88,Eduardo Barrichello,4,3463
116.,152,36,Gary Lyles,4,3440
117.,119,2,Jeremy Neilands,4,3429
118.,155,37,Matt Stretch,4,3408
119.,122,3,Derek Martin,4,3405
120.,163,43,Adam Rylance,4,3389
121.,106,-15,Joey Paonessa,4,3287
122.,86,-36,Monroe Jordan,4,3281
123.,134,11,Jarrett Duncovich,4,3277
124.,233,109,Rafael Diaz,4,3256
125.,88,-37,Jamie McAllister,4,3241
126.,70,-56,Galo Barros III,4,3238
127.,91,-36,Charlie Jafari,4,3229
128.,61,-67,Adam Crepin,4,3220
129.,167,38,Brendan Burcroff,4,3196
130.,246,116,Grant Vogel,4,3174
131.,136,5,Alex Salsbury,4,3155
132.,144,12,Carson Kapica,3,2892
133.,174,41,Jeff Colegrove,4,2832
134.,187,53,Mathias Ramirez,3,2822
135.,188,53,Chance Skaufel,3,2798
136.,183,47,Marc-Antoine Poirier,3,2724
137.,279,142,Matthew Morgan,3,2685
138.,151,13,David Kalb Jr.,3,2658
139.,145,6,Victor Franzoni,3,2653
140.,148,8,Phillippe Denes,3,2620
141.,100,-41,Thomas Beaudoin,3,2620
142.,199,57,Luis Perez,3,2610
143.,150,7,Jordan Sherratt,3,2599
144.,153,9,Nick Short,3,2584
145.,154,9,Austin Wilkins,3,2570
146.,208,62,Peyton Long,3,2563
147.,156,9,Jake French,3,2549
148.,-,-,Jordan Pulice,3,2544
149.,214,65,Savannah Croutcher,3,2501
150.,212,62,Grant Palmer,3,2494
151.,161,10,Justin Ovejero,3,2473
152.,223,71,Axel Cabrera,3,2470
153.,103,-50,Gary Roehl,3,2463
154.,164,10,Richard Lee,3,2433
155.,320,165,Alexander Koreiba,3,2414
156.,236,80,Greg Osborne Jr.,3,2408
157.,165,8,James Armas,3,2408
158.,166,8,Jason Angles,3,2402
159.,209,50,Sullivan Sherill,3,2401
160.,168,8,Zia Harvey,3,2386
161.,310,149,Daniel Berry,3,2371
162.,139,-23,Giovanni Shadd,3,2321
163.,170,7,Brandon Cusack,3,2316
164.,363,199,Alex Geicius,3,2313
165.,171,6,Baylor Griffin,3,2284
166.,141,-25,Joel Wishnewski,3,2278
167.,176,9,Artie Carpenter,2,2019
168.,177,9,Andre Nicastro,2,2012
169.,-,-,Sonny Cervelli,2,1976
170.,179,9,Colin Mullan,2,1911
171.,180,9,Austin McCusker,2,1904
172.,111,-61,Andrew Bujdoso,2,1861
173.,112,-61,Michael Bovim,2,1859
174.,181,7,Antonio de Lis,2,1858
175.,182,7,Josh Sarchet,2,1858
176.,184,8,Marjin Kremers,2,1843
177.,-,-,Tommy Andersen,2,1842
178.,-,-,Fabienne Lanz,2,1838
179.,118,-61,Henry Brass,2,1799
180.,78,-102,Mike McAndrews,2,1798
181.,189,8,Sam Cate,2,1792
182.,101,-81,Olivia Horn,2,1787
183.,190,7,Bryce Cornet,2,1782
184.,-,-,Carter Pease,2,1780
185.,-,-,Tyler Dueck,2,1772
186.,192,6,Blaine Rocha,2,1768
187.,117,-70,Garrett Moran,2,1767
188.,193,5,Jim Russell Jr.,2,1764
189.,195,6,Ashley Rogero,2,1760
190.,196,6,Brenden DeLorto,2,1756
191.,197,6,Kristin Rheaume,2,1750
192.,92,-100,Robby Seward,2,1747
193.,198,5,Edward Fortier,2,1738
194.,-,-,Jacob Heavlow,2,1732
195.,127,-68,James K Russell,2,1726
196.,200,4,Jordan Redlin,2,1725
197.,-,-,Jimmy Simpson,2,1719
198.,202,4,Ben Varner,2,1718
199.,114,-85,Dalton Dow,2,1710
200.,205,5,Kiron Chakraborty,2,1709
201.,206,5,Billy Lewis,2,1702
202.,211,9,Maria Fernandez,2,1684
203.,213,10,Augusto Soto-Schirripa,2,1679
204.,215,11,Andres Karam,2,1665
205.,217,12,Gustavo Michelsen,2,1660
206.,158,-48,Sam Gerlof,2,1659
207.,-,-,Teddy Sin,2,1659
208.,218,10,Nico de Brujin,2,1657
209.,-,-,Luke Durrett,2,1656
210.,-,-,Colby Wallace,2,1649
211.,231,20,Alex Nowysz,2,1636
212.,224,12,Lucas Kohl,2,1636
213.,221,8,David Galownia,2,1626
214.,-,-,Jonathon Silva,2,1625
215.,130,-85,Matt Stagl,2,1622
216.,129,-87,Adam Isman,2,1617
217.,-,-,Noah Koenig,2,1617
218.,229,11,Christian Ray,2,1604
219.,230,11,Billy Crane,2,1601
220.,133,-87,Marcellus Dukes,2,1601
221.,162,-59,Mateo Diaz,2,1599
222.,232,10,James Moeller,2,1596
223.,234,11,Eric Huang,2,1584
224.,135,-89,Miguel Mier,2,1584
225.,235,10,Paul Meise,2,1584
226.,346,120,Jared Burchette,2,1583
227.,137,-90,Moises De Lavara,2,1575
228.,238,10,Adam Pettit,2,1572
229.,240,11,Alfonso Perri,2,1567
230.,241,11,Andrew Byrne,2,1566
231.,242,11,Andy Miller,2,1566
232.,244,12,Danny Nyman,2,1563
233.,245,12,Daniel Roeper,2,1561
234.,248,14,Matthew Paesch,2,1558
235.,249,14,Matias Lopez,2,1557
236.,250,14,Hans Thomsen,2,1555
237.,252,15,Adam White,2,1544
238.,253,15,Mark Donato,2,1534
239.,-,-,Konnor Gutting,2,1520
240.,255,15,Sara Misir,2,1482
241.,256,15,Vincent Fontecchio,2,1476
242.,257,15,Mateo Delgado,2,1419
243.,258,15,Jamie Gonzalez,2,1364
244.,259,15,Zachary Claman-Demelo,1,1157
245.,260,15,Joshua Car,1,1145
246.,105,-141,Marco Maestranzi,1,1122
247.,261,14,Jorge Pescador,1,1098
248.,175,-73,Oliver Askew,1,1094
249.,138,-111,Louie Pagano,1,1028
250.,-,-,Nicholas d’Orlando,1,1027
251.,262,11,Breanna Miscione,1,1006
252.,263,11,Phil Giebler,1,1005
253.,-,-,Jeremy Doll,1,995
254.,264,10,Henkie Waldschmit,1,993
255.,265,10,Esteban Fernandez,1,981
256.,266,10,Chris Wehrheim,1,964
257.,267,10,Michael Lin,1,962
258.,268,10,Ignacio Espinosa,1,958
259.,-,-,Nick Persing,1,957
260.,269,9,Trenton Estep,1,957
261.,270,9,Marco DiLeo,1,948
262.,194,-68,Ben Maxfield,1,942
263.,271,8,Colton Aldridge,1,939
264.,272,8,Thomas Drouet,1,938
265.,273,8,Aaron Snyder,1,929
266.,274,8,David Malukas,1,929
267.,143,-124,Coltin McCaughan,1,928
268.,275,7,Fabio Orsolon,1,927
269.,276,7,David Sera,1,923
270.,277,7,Josh Lane,1,920
271.,-,-,Cole Hooton,1,910
272.,278,6,Dustin Stross,1,905
273.,280,7,Bruno Romano,1,900
274.,-,-,Michael Sputore,1,900
275.,281,6,Roger Weekes,1,899
276.,282,6,Jason North,1,891
277.,146,-131,Bradley Dezall,1,890
278.,-,-,Nicholas Hornbostel,1,889
279.,283,4,Shelby Sander,1,889
280.,284,4,Jordi Marcon,1,888
281.,220,-61,Paige Evans,1,882
282.,285,3,Keith Holbrook,1,881
283.,147,-136,Spencer Kunz,1,880
284.,286,2,Dylan Palatin,1,879
285.,287,2,Marco Eakins,1,879
286.,288,2,Carlos Almeida,1,877
287.,290,3,Phillip Orcic,1,876
288.,291,3,Jeffery Collins,1,872
289.,157,-132,Jessica Dezall,1,871
290.,292,2,Nicolas Blanchard,1,868
291.,-,-,Thomas Simard,1,868
292.,293,1,Mike Bartels,1,865
293.,294,1,Blake Horseman,1,863
294.,295,1,Brandon Beauchamp,1,859
295.,296,1,Matt Johnson,1,859
296.,297,1,Santiago Garcia Fagalde,1,858
297.,298,1,Anthony Honeywell,1,854
298.,299,1,Patrick Dennehy,1,854
299.,300,1,Alexander Muller,1,853
300.,301,1,Nicolas Carbon Martinez,1,851
301.,302,1,Jaimie Sander,1,849
302.,-,-,Brayden Werner,1,847
303.,303,NC,Jesse Krill,1,846
304.,207,-97,Mark Boos,1,846
305.,304,-1,Morgan Healey,1,844
306.,305,-1,Adam Gleason,1,842
307.,306,-1,Tom Dyer,1,837
308.,307,-1,Mitchell Strahan,1,833
309.,308,-1,Franco Gonzalez Manta,1,832
310.,309,-1,Chase Outcault,1,831
311.,311,NC,Jess Peterson,1,830
312.,312,NC,Menwa Arakelian,1,829
313.,87,-226,Julia Boos,1,828
314.,-,-,Greg Welch,1,827
315.,313,-2,Nick Martin,1,827
316.,-,-,Giuliano Stefanatto,1,826
317.,314,-3,Austin Elliott,1,822
318.,315,-3,Paul Verboonen,1,822
319.,316,-3,Carlos Calderon,1,820
320.,317,-3,Zach Rivera,1,820
321.,318,-3,Chris Maxson,1,818
322.,319,-3,Jesse Tourino,1,817
323.,-,-,Julian Peacock,1,816
324.,-,-,Michael d’Orlando,1,815
325.,321,-4,Spencer Patterson,1,813
326.,322,-4,Brandon White,1,812
327.,243,-84,David Osborne,1,812
328.,228,-100,Kennan Hertzner,1,811
329.,323,-6,Franco Carabretta,1,810
330.,324,-6,Jordan Flores,1,810
331.,325,-6,Mark Berman,1,810
332.,326,-6,Agustin Martinez,1,809
333.,327,-6,Michel Manning,1,809
334.,328,-6,Manuel Troncoso,1,807
335.,329,-6,Alejandro Fernandez,1,805
336.,-,-,Christopher Chanko,1,804
337.,330,-7,Austin Bialaski,1,803
338.,331,-7,Neil Alberico,1,803
339.,333,-6,Roman Alekseenkov,1,801
340.,334,-6,Jordan Brown Nutley,1,799
341.,335,-6,Ashutosh Rai,1,798
342.,338,-4,Giorgio Carrara,1,794
343.,339,-4,Michael Politis,1,794
344.,-,-,Russell Soto,1,794
345.,340,-5,Simone Perego,1,793
346.,341,-5,Matthew Moniz,1,792
347.,342,-5,Carlos Cantu,1,791
348.,343,-5,Matt Keyes,1,790
349.,-,-,Pedro Cabrera,1,789
350.,344,-6,Chris Mann,1,787
351.,345,-6,Varun Balasubramaniam,1,787
352.,347,-5,Jordan Turner,1,786
353.,348,-5,Darren Keane,1,783
354.,349,-5,Felipe Nicoletti,1,781
355.,350,-5,Hunter Corbitt,1,779
356.,351,-5,Ernie Francis Jr.,1,778
357.,352,-5,Rylee Osborn,1,777
358.,353,-5,Julio Barreiro,1,776
359.,354,-5,Mason Cohen,1,776
360.,355,-5,Gabe Bargas,1,769
361.,356,-5,Jared Patterson,1,769
362.,357,-5,Juan Arenas,1,768
363.,358,-5,Gary Ochl,1,767
364.,251,-113,Stan Crocker,1,767
365.,359,-6,Shay Mayes,1,764
366.,360,-6,David Vasquez,1,759
367.,361,-6,Salvo Sparacio,1,759
368.,364,-4,Gustavo Rafols,1,749
369.,366,-3,Jeff Clyde,1,741
370.,367,-3,Ben Barnicoat,1,739
371.,142,-229,Kyle Kirkwood,1,736
372.,369,-3,Gregorio Josue Perez Perez,1,730
373.,370,-3,Chris McGinley,1,723
374.,371,-3,Sydney Dupont,1,720
375.,-,-,Stefan Colegrove,1,718
376.,372,-4,Daniel Wendel,1,715
377.,373,-4,Teagan McCourt,1,714
378.,374,-4,Ricardo Nunes,1,706
379.,375,-4,Antonio Sparacio,1,705
380.,376,-4,Brandon Collins,1,700
381.,377,-4,Alyse Venticinque,1,696
382.,379,-3,Heather Justice,1,687
383.,380,-3,John Bonanno,1,687
384.,381,-3,Vinicius Ponce,1,681
385.,382,-3,Marciano Santos,1,678

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