2016 eKartingNews.com Driver Rankings – TaG – April 22

Jarsocrak driver to beat beginning 2016 chase for the #1 spot

Brandon Jarsocrak (Photo: EKN)

EKN Driver Rankings logoIt went down to the wire for who would finish the 2015 season at the top of the EKN TaG Driver Rankings. In the end, it was Pennsylvania’s Brandon Jarsocrak that came out as the top driver with a host of drivers gunning for the #1 position. The same is projected with a long list of events and talented pilots set to battle throughout the 2016 season, all aiming for victories, championships and the coveted #1 spot on the EKN Driver Rankings.

Jarsocrak finished his second season in the Senior ranks fighting for championships across the country. ‘Money’ came up just short at the United States Pro Kart Series along with the Superkarts! USA Pro Tour, but consistency got him the #1 spot in the EKN standings. Now with KartSport North America aboard the Praga chassis, Brandon is gunning for the top spot in the championship chases.

Losing valuable points but still in second is 2014 #1 driver Jake Craig. 2015 was the opposite for him, nearly winning everything the year prior before moving over to the Formula K operation. Craig had his high points but did not have the consistency like Jarsocrak over the full 12 months of 2015. The loss of points over the winter and no new races in 2016 leave the gap even more than where it was in December. Now, the two are under the Praga North America banner together, giving the brand three of the top drivers in the United States, including Stock Moto #1 Billy Musgrave.

Up one spot is defending United States Pro Kart Series champion Elliott Finlayson. Consistency gave the Koene USA / Tony Kart driver the title in the competitive eight-round series. Finlayson added to his point total with a big win at the WKA Daytona KartWeek event in December. Improving to fourth without recording a result is Andrick Zeen. In 2015, Zeen was the lead driver for Praga North America, logging in over 20 races throughout the season and two big wins at the USPKS finale at New Castle. 2016 is more focused on staying in the SoCal area and finishing up school, so this may be the high point of his 2016 season.

Staying in the fifth position is newly crowned Challenge of the Americas champion Christian Brooks. After two years of missing out on the Junior Max and Senior Max championships by a combined seven points, the Nash Motorsportz / CRG driver scored four victories this winter to clinch his first series championship since 2012 in Mini Max. Brooks is progressing up the motorsports ladder, landing a ride in the Red Bull Global RallyCross Lites division, but also included is a bid at the SKUSA Pro Tour championship in X30 Senior.

2014 USPKS champion AJ Myers is up to sixth, coming off a limited 2015 schedule that put in solid results. The iKart driver has been earning strong results in Florida competition this winter, with plans to compete for another USPKS title and other selected events. A driver on the rise during the winter month is Orlando Kart Center pilot Ryan Norberg. The Florida driver finished vice-champion to Kyle Kirkwood at the Florida Winter Tour Rok Cup program and just won both races at the latest WKA Manufacturers Cup Series event at GoPro Motorplex. Norberg could be one to watch at next weekend’s SKUSA SpringNationals.

Oliver Askew dropped to eighth after losing results from the Florida Winter Tour last year, now only utilizing three main events over the three-month series. Askew was vice-champion at the FWT Rotax program in 2015, landed the championship at the inaugural US Open in Senior Max, and finished third in the SKUSA Pro Tour behind Louie Pagano and Craig. The Florida driver for PSL Karting / Birel ART drove to the DD2 championship and another Rotax Grand Finals ticket bid, but now his focused is on the Stock Moto division at the SKUSA Pro Tour.

Breaking into the top-10 is Phillippe Denes and Roger Ralston Jr. Denes was all over the United States in 2015 with Rotax, SKUSA and USPKS. The Ryan Perry Motorsport / Tony Kart driver has two third-place results in the last two rounds California ProKart Challenge, and sits tied for second in the championship chase at the halfway point. Ralston (KartSport North America / Arrow) had a good string of results in 2015 and remains among the top drivers in the rankings going into the summer season. Ralston was a podium finisher at the SpringNationals in Phoenix, looking for more of the same next weekend.

Mason Marotta has dropped out of the top-10 with only one event contested in 2016, dropping last year’s Challenge of the Americas results. Also don’t forget SKUSA Pro Tour champion and SuperNationals winner Louie Pagano down in the 72nd position. Only those five events from the Pro Tour (EKN Driver Rankings counts best seven for each driver in TaG) is all that remains on the 12-month sheet for the 2 Wild Karting / Tony Kart driver, set to defend his crown in 2016. Defending US Rotax Grand Nationals champion and double Florida Winter Tour champion Kyle Kirkwood will be on the rise. With the limited number of main events at the FWT, his score has suffered but will begin to rise, moving over to the PSL Karting / Birel ART tent and among those competing at the SKUSA Pro Tour this season.


Upcoming EKN TaG Driver Rankings Events

Date Series Class Track Location Rank
4/23 Route 66 Sprint Series #1 IAME Senior New Castle Motorsports Park New Castle, IN 8
4/24 Route 66 Sprint Series #2 IAME Senior New Castle Motorsports Park New Castle, IN 8
4/24 US Open #1 Rotax Senior NOLA Motorsports Park New Orleans, LA 8.5
4/30 AKRA Sprint Cup Southern Tour #3 TaG Senior Herrin Compound Dublin, GA 8
4/30 Northwest Gold Cup #3 TaG Senior Horn Rapids Kart Track Richland, WA 8
4/30 SKUSA Pro Tour SpringNationals TaG Senior PKRA Formula K Raceway Glendale, AZ 10
5/1 AKRA Sprint Cup Southern Tour #4 TaG Senior Herrin Compound Dublin, GA 8
5/1 Northwest Gold Cup #4 TaG Senior Horn Rapids Kart Track Richland, WA 8
5/1 SKUSA Pro Tour SpringNationals TaG Senior PKRA Formula K Raceway Glendale, AZ 10
5/14 Colorado Sprint Championship #1 Rotax Senior IMI Motorsports Complex Dacono, CO 8
5/14 Mid American Sprint Series #3 TaG Senior Briggs & Stratton Raceway Park Dousman, WI 8
5/14 Northeast Rotax Max Challenge #1 Rotax Senior New Jersey Motorsports Park Millville, NJ 8
5/14 United States Pro Kart Series #1 IAME Pro New Castle Motorsports Park New Castle, IN 9
5/15 Colorado Sprint Championship #2 Rotax Senior IMI Motorsports Complex Dacono, CO 8
5/15 Mid American Sprint Series #4 TaG Senior Briggs & Stratton Raceway Park Dousman, WI 8
5/15 Northeast Rotax Max Challenge #2 Rotax Senior New Jersey Motorsports Park Millville, NJ 8
5/15 Sanzaru Games Karting Championship #3 Rotax Senior Simraceway Performance Karting Center Sonoma, CA 8
5/15 United States Pro Kart Series #2 IAME Pro New Castle Motorsports Park New Castle, IN 9
5/21 Can-Am Karting Challenge #1 Rotax Senior Horn Rapids Kart Track Richland, WA 8.5
5/21 Rotax Texas ProKart Challenge #1 Rotax Senior Oklahoma Motorsports Complex Norman, OK 8
5/21 SKUSA Texas ProKart Challenge #1 TaG Senior Oklahoma Motorsports Complex Norman, OK 8
5/22 Can-Am Karting Challenge #2 Rotax Senior Horn Rapids Kart Track Richland, WA 8.5
5/22 Rok Cup USA Florida #3 Rok Senior Homestead Karting Homestead, FL 8
5/22 Rotax Texas ProKart Challenge #2 Rotax Senior Oklahoma Motorsports Complex Norman, OK 8
5/22 SKUSA Texas ProKart Challenge #2 TaG Senior Oklahoma Motorsports Complex Norman, OK 8
5/28 Gearup Challenge F-Series #2 Formula 355 Old Bridge Township Raceway Park Englishtown, NJ 8
5/28 Northwest Gold Cup #5 TaG Senior Spokane Kart Racing Association Airway Heights, WA 8
5/28 Texas Sprint Racing Series #3 TaG Senior Heart of Texas Kart Club Waco, TX 8
5/29 Northwest Gold Cup #6 TaG Senior Spokane Kart Racing Association Airway Heights, WA 8
5/29 Texas Sprint Racing Series #4 TaG Senior Heart of Texas Kart Club Waco, TX 8

Brandon Jarsocrak (Photo: EKN)

Brandon Jarsocrak (Photo: EKN)

TaG #1 – Brandon Jarsocrak
Shillington, Pennsylvania

The target is set for the 2016 season, and at the bulls-eye is Brandon Jarsocrak. While the 2015 season did not produce a championship, it did put the Pennsylvania pilot to the top of the EKN Driver Rankings. Jarsocrak is entering his third season in Senior competition, moving away from the ranks of a privateer and running under the KartSport North America / Praga banner. His debut with the team produced a victory at WKA Daytona KartWeek, and currently sits third in the Manufacturers Cup Series standings after two events. ‘Money’ is among the many contenders heading to the SKUSA SpringNationals next weekend, looking to cash in on an early bid toward the series championship.

Point Breakdown

Race Rank Finish Points
United States Pro Kart Series ’15 #1 9 2 1067
United States Pro Kart Series ’15 #2 9 1 1083
SKUSA SpringNationals ’15 #1 9 5 1028
SKUSA SummerNationals ’15 #1 9 3 1081
SKUSA SummerNationals ’15 #2 9 2 1090
United States Pro Kart Series ’14 #8 9 2 1051
SKUSA SuperNationals 2015 10 9 1090

Inside the Stats
Average Finish: 3.43
Average Points: 1070
Total Points: 7490

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Jake Craig

Jake Craig

TaG #2 – Jake Craig
Mission Viejo, California

Coming back as the defending champion and top-ranked driver in the country can be a difficult task to repeat, especially changing teams and chassis. Craig has proven himself to be among the top drivers over the past two seasons, finishing runner-up last year moving from Tony Kart to Formula K. Now comes a third different brand and team in as many years, racing for Praga North America. Craig used two races in WKA country to begin his tenure with the program, and has logged in many laps of testing in SoCal. The true test comes next weekend when the SpringNationals begins and the journey to become the first ever two-time X30 Senior series champion starts.

Point Breakdown

Race Rank Finish Points
SKUSA SpringNationals ’15 #1 9 2 1060
SKUSA SpringNationals ’15 #2 9 13 942
US Open 2016 #1 8.5 3 919
SKUSA SummerNationals ’15 #1 9 6 1048
SKUSA SummerNationals ’15 #2 9 6 1046
US Rotax Grand Nationals ’15 10 3 1115
SKUSA SuperNationals 2015 10 3 1161

Inside the Stats
Average Finish: 5.11
Average Points: 1041.6
Total Points: 7291

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Elliot Finlayson (Photo: Focal Perspective Media)

Elliot Finlayson (Photo: Focal Perspective Media)

TaG #3 – Elliot Finlayson
Yorkville, Illinois

The 2015 was a remarkable one for Koene USA / Tony Kart driver Elliot Finlayson, coming away with the United States Pro Kart Series. Anytime you can produce five straight podium finishes against 30+ drivers, you are doing something right. Finlayson started the year with his first SKUSA podium at the SpringNationals, and closed 2015 with another first, a Daytona KartWeek victory. He will have another busy season with US Open, SKUSA Pro Tour, USPKS all on his schedule for 2016.

Point Breakdown

Race Rank Finish Points
SKUSA SpringNationals ’15 #2 9 2 1060
United States Pro Kart Series ’15 #4 9 3 1038
United States Pro Kart Series ’15 #5 9 2 1034
United States Pro Kart Series ’15 #6 9 2 1044
United States Pro Kart Series ’15 #7 9 3 1040
United States Pro Kart Series ’15 #8 9 3 1040
WKA Man. Cup Series ’16 #1 8.5 1 1034

Inside the Stats
Average Finish: 2.29
Average Points: 1041.4
Total Points: 7290

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Brandon Lemke (Photo: EKN)

Brandon Lemke (Photo: EKN)

TaG ‘On the Move’ – #22
Brandon Lemke
Eagle, Wisconsin

The 2016 season is another strong year for the rookie class. Already making his way up the Driver Rankings is last year’s top Junior driver Brandon Lemke. The Franklin Motorsports / Merlin pilot drove to the championship at the United States Pro Kart Series in two categories, along with the title in Superkarts! USA Pro Tour. Thanks to the WKA Winter Cup Series and two events of the WKA Manufacturers Cup Series, Lemke is into the top-50 of the TaG standings already, heading into the bulk of the 2016 season that will include USPKS, SKUSA and WKA competition.

Point Breakdown

Race Rank Finish Points
WKA Man. Cup Series ’16 #1 8.5 12 920
WKA Man. Cup Series ’16 #2 8.5 2 1013
WKA Winter Cup ’16 #3 8.5 3 921
WKA Winter Cup ’16 #5 8.5 1 960
WKA Winter Cup ’16 #6 8.5 1 960
WKA Man. Cup Series ’16 #3 8.5 6 939
WKA Man. Cup Series ’16 #4 8.5 2 977

Inside the Stats
Average Finish: 3.86
Average Points: 955.7
Total Points: 6690


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 TaG Driver Rankings – as of April 22, 2016

Pos. Dec. 16 Plus/Minus Driver Races Score
1. 1 NC Brandon Jarsocrak 21 7490
2. 2 NC Jake Craig 13 7291
3. 4 1 Elliot Finlayson 16 7290
4. 6 2 Andrick Zeen 19 7210
5. 5 NC Christian Brooks 22 7200
6. 7 1 AJ Myers 9 7168
7. 10 3 Ryan Norberg 16 7141
8. 3 -5 Oliver Askew 10 7118
9. 17 8 Phillippe Denes 19 6992
10. 15 5 Roger Ralston Jr. 12 6941
11. 18 7 Derek Dignan 18 6934
12. 19 7 Braden Eves 18 6926
13. 13 NC Dustin Stross 8 6906
14. 22 8 Jacob Donald 10 6903
15. 21 6 Austin McCusker 13 6881
16. 8 -8 Mason Marotta 9 6842
17. 14 -3 Austin Elliott 8 6823
18. 20 2 Matt Johnson 10 6817
19. 23 4 Andrew Bujdoso 14 6771
20. 86 66 Jonathan Kotyk 14 6757
21. 11 -10 Kyle Kirkwood 7 6714
22. - - Brandon Lemke 12 6690
23. 26 3 Tommy Andersen 8 6641
24. 29 5 Nick Ramirez 11 6635
25. 24 -1 Sam Cate 11 6614
26. 45 19 Alexander Kardashian 11 6564
27. 42 15 Walker Hess 8 6529
28. 31 3 Michael Geringer 12 6524
29. 46 17 Robby Seward 10 6516
30. 34 4 Colton Ramsey 13 6470
31. 47 16 Nick Landi 14 6454
32. 39 7 Calvin Ming 12 6450
33. 38 5 Justin Neu 13 6444
34. - - Zach Holden 8 6441
35. 41 6 Patrick Olsen 9 6379
36. 296 260 Coltin McCaughan 7 6369
37. 43 6 Armin Cavkusic 10 6362
38. 25 -13 Colin Warren 9 6323
39. 36 -3 Austin Osborne 13 6309
40. 52 12 Darin Marcus 9 6275
41. 153 112 David Ilavia 7 6270
42. 37 -5 Matt England 8 6261
43. 130 87 Adam Smalley 8 6211
44. 51 7 Conner Ford 7 6205
45. 105 60 Mick Gabriel 7 6205
46. 50 4 Josh Hotz 14 6159
47. 53 6 Lane Vacala 19 6106
48. 57 9 Julia Boos 19 6034
49. 60 11 Emily Hurlbert 16 6033
50. 63 13 Jess Peterson 8 6009
51. 99 48 Abby McLaughlin 14 5986
52. 49 -3 Jim Russell Jr. 11 5974
53. 54 1 Kindra Hurlbert 11 5943
54. - - Austin Schulz 8 5903
55. 61 6 Nick Martin 9 5882
56. - - Kyle Loh 7 5856
57. 70 13 Adam Crepin 10 5791
58. 71 13 Andre Castro 7 5782
59. 74 15 Austin Kaszuba 8 5750
60. 69 9 Jarett Belge 10 5747
61. - - Kellen Ritter 6 5738
62. 68 6 Anthony Granata 8 5692
63. 123 60 Jim McKinney 6 5661
64. - - Nathan Adds 6 5637
65. 27 -38 Gianfranco Mazzaferro 6 5468
66. 35 -31 Justice Lepe 6 5435
67. 119 52 Garrett Johnston 6 5393
68. 192 124 Derek Wang 6 5266
69. - - Kyle Dupell 6 5197
70. 223 153 Christopher Mann 6 5148
71. 89 18 Mike McAndrews 6 5141
72. 12 -60 Louie Pagano 5 5116
73. 81 8 Austin Garrison 6 5106
74. 149 75 Stirling Fairman 6 5102
75. 92 17 Jordan Redlin 6 4994
76. 78 2 Rory van der Steur 6 4936
77. 80 3 Dan Nyman 6 4864
78. 82 4 Rylee Osborn 6 4807
79. 84 5 Mike Gerould 6 4786
80. 16 -64 Luke Selliken 5 4762
81. 97 16 Joseph Budzinski 6 4754
82. 100 18 William Stone 6 4693
83. - - Jordan Sherratt 5 4670
84. 87 3 Chris Wehrheim 5 4482
85. 326 241 Michael Giessen 5 4466
86. 103 17 Emerson Reed 5 4439
87. 106 19 Zach Pettinicchi 5 4264
88. 128 40 Billy Lewis 5 4247
89. 329 240 Josh Sarchet 5 4246
90. - - Spencer Kunz 5 4180
91. 67 -24 Jesse Krill 5 4167
92. - - Logan Cusson 5 4167
93. 72 -21 Graig Alvarez 5 4157
94. 66 -28 Sasha Brun-Wibaux 5 4156
95. 48 -47 Mark Boos 5 4117
96. 9 -87 Brenden Baker 4 4112
97. 134 37 Dallas Hollins 5 4103
98. 64 -34 Brandon Collins 5 4090
99. 239 140 Mateo Diaz 5 4037
100. 246 146 Franco Carabretta 5 4030
101. 83 -18 Dylan Towne 5 4014
102. 98 -4 Will Salisbury 5 3957
103. 117 14 Matt Solarczyk 4 3910
104. 186 82 AJ Allmendinger 4 3837
105. 118 13 Brandon Basela 5 3750
106. - - Darren Keane 4 3714
107. 150 43 Rinus Van Kalmthout 4 3690
108. 121 13 Ben Stewart 4 3673
109. - - Michael Michoff 4 3663
110. - - Blake Hunt 4 3592
111. - - Noel Dowler 4 3574
112. - - Alain Sisdeli 4 3491
113. 56 -57 Enzo Prevost 4 3469
114. 209 95 Scott Saunders 4 3441
115. - - Annie Breidinger 4 3433
116. - - Olin Galli 4 3421
117. 44 -73 Austin Jordan 4 3420
118. 161 43 Brendan Burcroff 4 3395
119. - - Michael Bovim 4 3387
120. 108 -12 Bryce Engelhart 4 3345
121. 135 14 Gary Roehl 4 3309
122. 132 10 Michael Ilavia 4 3298
123. - - Toni Breidinger 4 3294
124. - - Whitney Stevenson 4 3264
125. 136 11 Scott Kopp 4 3244
126. 172 46 Chris Maxson 4 3230
127. 95 -32 Austin Erikson 4 3213
128. 138 10 Hunter Olsen-Hodges 4 3208
129. - - Davey Hamilton Jr. 4 3206
130. 113 -17 Jarrett Duncovich 4 3199
131. 140 9 Kruin Olsen-Hodges 4 3198
132. - - Carlos Rodriguez Lopez 4 3184
133. 163 30 Bradley Zilisch 4 3182
134. 96 -38 Ryan Rush 4 3162
135. 145 10 Marco Oldhafer 4 3136
136. 147 11 Marco Maestranzi 3 3124
137. 76 -61 Everett Thomas 4 3098
138. 253 115 Brendan Nelson 4 3093
139. 148 9 Joey Kowaleski 4 3084
140. 235 95 Devin Bowerman 4 3065
141. - - Billy Musgrave 3 2902
142. 187 45 David Vasquez 3 2795
143. 151 8 Wesley Boswell 3 2789
144. - - Nicky Hays 3 2784
145. - - Ethan Barrett 3 2774
146. 189 43 Zachary Claman-Demelo 3 2744
147. 30 -117 Christian Munoz 3 2730
148. 40 -108 Carlee Taylor 3 2721
149. 33 -116 Bryce Choquer 3 2671
150. 91 -59 Carson Kapica 3 2669
151. 154 3 Brett Mitchell 3 2657
152. - - Colby DuBato 3 2654
153. - - Nicholas Hornbostel 3 2642
154. 90 -64 Gabe Bargas 3 2641
155. - - Charlie Jafari 3 2616
156. 283 127 Dalton Dow 3 2602
157. - - Michael Avansino 3 2595
158. 88 -70 Gino Alfonso-Macauley 3 2590
159. 157 -2 Jake Nielsen 3 2569
160. 197 37 Nick Losito 3 2560
161. - - Zach Rivera 3 2557
162. 160 -2 David Galownia 3 2539
163. - - Victor Franzoni 3 2535
164. 300 136 Monroe Jordan 3 2504
165. - - Austin Bialaski 3 2499
166. - - Gustavo Rafols 3 2491
167. - - Brendan Fabular 3 2466
168. - - David Malukas 3 2458
169. - - Justin Ovejero 3 2458
170. 62 -108 Nikita Lastochkin 3 2454
171. 111 -60 Carlos Gonzalez 3 2434
172. 165 -7 Moises De Lavara 3 2427
173. 166 -7 Morghan Loganathan 3 2426
174. 167 -7 Matthew Moniz 3 2416
175. 168 -7 Alex Salsbury 3 2414
176. 114 -62 Zach Banks 3 2385
177. 171 -6 Kennan Hertzner 3 2383
178. - - Yan Liang 3 2378
179. - - Matthew Paesch 3 2374
180. 133 -47 Blake Milton 3 2373
181. 173 -8 Cameron Das 3 2372
182. 322 140 Chase Dow 3 2351
183. - - Haopeng Zhang 3 2347
184. 139 -45 Jin Bai 3 2330
185. - - Dario Cangialosi 3 2245
186. 180 -6 Jesus Rios Jr. 2 2204
187. 93 -94 Alessandro Bressan 2 2127
188. 181 -7 TJ Koyen 2 2006
189. 182 -7 Calvin Stewart 2 1985
190. - - Trenton Estep 2 1931
191. 188 -3 Thomas Beaudoin 2 1872
192. - - Davide Greco 2 1859
193. 28 -165 Cedrik Lupien 2 1849
194. - - Jordon Lennox 2 1833
195. - - Luke van Herwaarde 2 1821
196. 191 -5 Pedro Calbimonte 2 1818
197. - - Roman De Angelis 2 1800
198. 194 -4 Kevin Breysse 2 1799
199. - - Phillip Arscott 2 1773
200. - - Kyle Kalish 2 1760
201. - - Greg Osborne Jr. 2 1741
202. - - Dakota Pesek 2 1729
203. - - Mauricio J. Hernandez Guillen 2 1726
204. 309 105 Antonio de Lis 2 1724
205. - - Tyler Bennett 2 1715
206. 58 -148 Olivia Horn 2 1714
207. 85 -122 Andre Nicastro 2 1703
208. 210 2 Dylan Palatin 2 1699
209. 107 -102 Matteo Vigano 2 1692
210. - - Diego Dominguez 2 1676
211. 215 4 Jacob Knueven 2 1675
212. 216 4 Nick Luedeke 2 1670
213. 55 -158 Stepanova Nekeel 2 1665
214. 218 4 Cameron Spek 2 1664
215. 219 4 Gresham Wagner 2 1663
216. 220 4 Alfonso Perri 2 1656
217. - - Laurentin Mardan 2 1654
218. - - Christian Vomir 2 1653
219. - - Bryan Danieli 2 1650
220. 281 61 Javier Gonzalez 2 1645
221. - - Sebastian Alvarez 2 1637
222. 225 3 Brandon Worthington 2 1632
223. - - Dominic Tesoro 2 1629
224. 75 -149 Pierre-Paul Baradat 2 1628
225. 227 2 Dillon Richardson 2 1624
226. 229 3 Jack Black 2 1620
227. 230 3 Jamey Brown 2 1620
228. - - Andrew Wilson 2 1616
229. - - Simone Perego 2 1609
230. 236 6 Ric Baribeault 2 1607
231. 237 6 Mark Vielgut 2 1605
232. 142 -90 Ricky Worley 2 1599
233. 240 7 Joe Morales 2 1594
234. 242 8 Matthew Loges 2 1591
235. - - Roberto Perez 2 1589
236. 243 7 John Brown 2 1585
237. - - Miguel Mier 2 1584
238. - - Brian Kynsi 2 1582
239. 244 5 Chris Worley 2 1582
240. 245 5 Killian Keaveny 2 1582
241. 247 6 Michael Andrews Jr. 2 1581
242. 248 6 Jared Burchette 2 1580
243. 249 6 Joel Wishnewski 2 1580
244. 250 6 Ryan Nash 2 1574
245. 317 72 Scot Carapellatti 2 1574
246. 169 -77 Remo Ruscitti 2 1568
247. 143 -104 Andrew Kleinheinz 2 1567
248. - - Neil Carvalho 2 1566
249. 206 -43 Kim Carapellatti 2 1562
250. 144 -106 Luke Durrett 2 1558
251. - - Jimmy Simpson 2 1553
252. 79 -173 Theodore Jones 2 1552
253. - - Henry Brass 2 1543
254. - - Garrett Moran 2 1541
255. 137 -118 Evan Fritts 2 1540
256. 177 -79 Casey Graves 2 1539
257. 259 2 Nicole Maratto 2 1538
258. 261 3 Kristina Vondran 2 1529
259. 262 3 Matt Stagl 2 1529
260. 263 3 Thomas Cepeda 2 1528
261. - - Jason Angles 2 1520
262. 264 2 Rett Thomas 2 1503
263. - - Will Harvey 2 1491
264. 179 -85 Frank Runco 2 1485
265. - - Tazio Torregianni 2 1462
266. 267 1 Tyler Meyers 2 1459
267. 268 1 Joey Paonessa 2 1457
268. 269 1 Michael Bartholomew 2 1424
269. 146 -123 Bill McLaughlin Jr. 2 1392
270. - - Zachary Hancock 2 1388
271. 178 -93 Shawn Sharkey 2 1372
272. - - Leonardo Stoia 2 1367
273. - - Michael Miranda 2 1306
274. - - James K Russell 2 1275
275. - - Galo Barros III 2 1234
276. 270 -6 Logan Sargeant 1 1150
277. 271 -6 Marcu Dionisios 1 1126
278. 272 -6 David Sera 1 1114
279. 273 -6 Louis Prette 1 1067
280. 274 -6 Jake French 1 1047
281. 275 -6 Alfie Brown 1 1043
282. 276 -6 Liam McLellan 1 1031
283. 32 -251 Morgan Healey 1 979
284. 279 -5 Mike Bartels 1 972
285. - - Mauricio Van Der Laan 1 966
286. 158 -128 Scott Hargrove 1 948
287. 280 -7 Aaron Aguirre 1 944
288. 284 -4 Josh Lane 1 929
289. - - Marcus Petersen 1 915
290. 285 -5 Michel Manning 1 914
291. 286 -5 Jordi Marcon 1 913
292. 288 -4 Adam Rylance 1 910
293. 73 -220 Daniel Roeper 1 910
294. 208 -86 Carey Jonker 1 904
295. - - Luis Jose Forteza 1 903
296. 289 -7 Aaron Snyder 1 901
297. 59 -238 Niklas Kry 1 901
298. - - Brett Smrz 1 894
299. 156 -143 Evan Jonker 1 894
300. 212 -88 Chris Wilberg 1 891
301. 291 -10 John Waldrop 1 891
302. 293 -9 Bobby Ross 1 888
303. 294 -9 Kyle Hayner 1 885
304. 298 -6 Raphael De Campos 1 882
305. - - Marco DiLeo 1 874
306. - - Facundo Chapur 1 865
307. - - Henry Taleb 1 864
308. 303 -5 Don McGregor 1 863
309. 304 -5 Olivier Paris 1 863
310. 306 -4 Zoli Sule 1 861
311. 308 -3 Breanna Miscione 1 858
312. 310 -2 Jamie McAllister 1 854
313. 311 -2 Worawong Komarakul 1 854
314. 312 -2 Junrong Chen 1 851
315. 313 -2 Andriy Tsyupka 1 849
316. 314 -2 Mason Chelootz 1 846
317. 315 -2 Paul Russo 1 844
318. 316 -2 Connor Jevens 1 842
319. - - Sting Ray Robb 1 842
320. - - McKenna Carey 1 840
321. - - Dylan Cartier 1 835
322. 319 -3 Jamie Sieracki 1 835
323. 320 -3 Spencer Deleon 1 835
324. 321 -3 Shelby Sander 1 834
325. - - Jesse Lazare 1 833
326. - - Andrew Palmer 1 832
327. - - Sean Andros 1 832
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