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

Eves and Craig join Norberg on season-ending podium for standings

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The 2017 season was filled with excitement, drama, controversy and amazing races. As the year went on, we at eKartingNews.com believed the chase for the top spot of the TaG Driver Rankings Powered by Bell Racing USA would go down to the wire. And of course it did. The major events of the season helped to shape those drivers’ score in the standings, all coming down to the SKUSA SuperNationals 21 to provide one final boost, or stall a driver’s progression. The chase ended in the favor of Ryan Norberg, earning the Driver of the Year title for the TaG division as he ended the eKartingNews.com TaG Driver Rankings powered by Bell Racing USA #1.

Norberg (PSL / Birel ART), the now two-time SKUSA Pro Tour champion, has earned the respect of the karting paddock with his performance over the past two seasons. A season long battle to defend his crown, topped with a podium finish at the SuperNationals cemented his position at the top of the EKN Driver Rankings. Behind him is another driver looking to make a name for himself. Braden Eves (Zero Error / Vemme) showed speed over the last two years as well, earning one victory in 2016 only to double that in 2017 on the SKUSA Pro Tour. That, along with a top-10 in Vegas jumped him up to the second spot. The two moving up dropped former #1 Jake Craig down to third. Craig (RPM / Tony Kart) lost his SuperNationals victory from a year ago in his total and was unable to replace it with a similar score. In all, each of the three drivers had a stellar 2017.

Brandon Jarsocrak did not finish the EKN Driver Rankings in third, which is where he pretty much was for much of 2017. The SKUSA #3 in the championship ended the Pro Tour with his first series victory, however, the SuperNationals was a difficult week in Vegas. The KartSport North America / Praga driver did earn his second career USPKS championship, and will return in 2018 as a contender nationally once again. Rounding out the top-five is Canadian Samuel Lupien (RPG / Kosmic). The 17-year-old from Quebec is a two-time Canadian Karting Nationals champion. 2017 was his first full season on the SKUSA Pro Tour, putting in a number of top-10 finishes and ended the year with a sixth at the SuperNationals to boost is final score.

Ending the season as the top rookie of 2017 is Alex Bertagnoli. The Franklin Motorsports / Merlin driver who scored the SKUSA Pro Tour Junior championship last year is the only Senior rookie within the top-10 of the 2017 EKN Driver Rankings. Bertagnoli finished vice-champion to Jarsocrak in the USPKS standings, winning the KA100 title in the process. Finishing seventh in the standings is the other half of the Lupien team, Cedrik Lupien. The older brother to Samuel recorded his seventh race of 2017 with the SuperNationals, jumping up 34 positions. The third and fourth place finishes at the SpringNationals and two top-10 results in NOLA for the Rolison Performance Group / Kosmic driver helped him to finish the SKUSA Pro Tour sixth in the standings, one spot ahead of his brother Samuel.

2017 Challenge of the Americas vice-champion Kellen Ritter finished the season eighth in the EKN Driver Rankings. Ritter is the third Rolison Performance Group / Kosmic driver and Canadian inside the top-10. Kellen scored the Can-Am Karting Challenge title, along with earning a ticket to the Rotax Grand Finals. His best weekend on the SKUSA Pro Tour was the SummerNationals, placing inside the top-seven both days. He lost the Challenge title to Christian Brooks (Nash / FA Kart) for a second straight year. The Californian scored a second series championship before putting his focus into the Red Bull Global Rallycross Lites program. Prior to that, he recorded two runner-up finishes at the SKUSA WinterNationals before returning for the SuperNationals in Las Vegas.

Rounding out the top-10 is Nicky Hays (PGR / Ricciardo). The now two-time California ProKart Challenge was never able to translate his regional success on the national stage after two years in the Senior division, however, remains one of the top young drivers in the sport. On the outside looking in is Dante Yu (CompKart), who was eighth going into the SuperNationals. The Senior rookie received a standing ovation at the Supernationals after flipping, tossing his kart back on the wheels, and continuing to race on SuperSunday. With a victory at the SKUSA Winter Series, watch for Yu to battle for the top spot in 2018.

NEW TaG #1 – Ryan Norberg
Orlando, Florida

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Wins matter…championships define your career. The last two seasons have been memorable for Florida driver Ryan Norberg. 2016 was phenomenal with Norberg winning three of five main events on the SKUSA Pro Tour as a privateer. Joining PSL Karting / Birel ART for 2017, the target was on him from the beginning. The addition of the WinterNationals made his title defense even tougher. Norberg finished all six races inside the top-10, including a victory in Sonoma to claim the SKUSA Pro Tour championship for a second year. The icing on the cake was the podium finish at the SKUSA SuperNationals 21 in only his second start at the event to clinch the #1 spot for the 2017 EKN Driver Rankings and ‘Driver of the Year’ honors.

Point Breakdown
[table width=”350″]Race,Rank,Finish,Points
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
SKUSA SummerNationals ’17 #1,9.5,2,1179
SKUSA SummerNationals ’17 #2,9.5,9,1096
SKUSA SuperNationals 2017,10,5,1147
Inside the Stats
Average Finish: 4.71
Average Points: 1119
Total Points: 7833


TaG #2 – Braden Eves
Gahanna, Ohio

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The 2017 season was another step in the progression of Braden Eves. The Zero-Error Racing / Kosmic driver continued his winning ways at the WKA Manufacturers Cup Series program and doubled his wins from a year ago at the SKUSA Pro Tour. Eves victory in Sonoma was one of the most dramatic in series history, while the Ohio driver came away with another last lap triumph at the SummerNationals to earn a second victory in 2018 SKUSA Pro Tour. While 2017 went without a title, it was a successful year for Eves. Moving forward, Braden is committed to a full season in the F4 United States Championship having earned one win and six podium finishes in a limited 2017 program.

Point Breakdown
[table width=”350″]Race,Rank,Finish,Points
SKUSA WinterNationals ’17 #1,9.5,10,1033
SKUSA WinterNationals ’17 #2,9.5,6,1078
SKUSA SpringNationals ’17 #1,9.5,12,1019
SKUSA SpringNationals ’17 #2,9.5,1,1144
SKUSA SummerNationals ’17 #2,9.5,1,1191
SKUSA SummerNationals ’17 #2,9.5,2,1179
SKUSA SuperNationals 2017,10,9,1099
Inside the Stats
Average Finish: 5.86
Average Points: 1106.1
Total Points: 7743


TaG #3 – Jake Craig
Mission Viejo, California

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In 2014, Jake Craig finished the season as the #1 driver. Entering the SuperNationals in the same position, the RPM / Tony Kart driver had a chance to become the first driver to finish the season in the #1 spot of the EKN Driver Rankings for a second time in the program’s history. It was not meant to be, with Craig unable to capture the magic that was his first SuperNationals victory last year, thus losing a number of points without replacing it with a similar score in his DNF performance this November in Las Vegas. Craig, who came up four points short of earning a second SKUSA Pro Tour in 2017, remains one of the top karters in the country, looking to make that next step in his motorsports progression.

Point Breakdown
[table width=”350″]Race,Rank,Finish,Points
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
SKUSA SummerNationals ’17 #1,9.5,5,1143
SKUSA SummerNationals ’17 #2,9.5,3,1167
Inside the Stats
Average Finish: 3.00
Average Points: 1099.3
Total Points: 7695


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 Stock Honda 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 2017, the SKUSA SuperNationals will receive a score of 10 in its initial weighting in the TaG and Stock Honda categories. A base ranking of 9.5 is set for the US Rotax Max Challenge Grand Nationals and the SKUSA Pro Tour, while a base ranking of 9 goes to the United States Pro Kart Series, Florida Winter Tour Rotax Max Challenge and Rok Cup, 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 8.0.

The EKN staff reserves the right to adjust the rankings of each event throughout the year. A minimum entry total for any event to be 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, we calculate each driver’s overall score and subsequent ranking.

2017 eKartingNews.com TaG Driver Rankings Powered by Bell Racing USA – Final Standings
[table]Pos.,Oct. 27,Plus/Minus,Driver,Races,Score
1.,2,1,Ryan Norberg,17,7833
2.,4,2,Braden Eves,14,7743
3.,1,-2,Jake Craig,10,7695
4.,3,-1,Brandon Jarsocrak,22,7694
5.,10,5,Samuel Lupien,9,7393
6.,6,NC,Alex Bertagnoli,22,7335
7.,41,34,Cedrik Lupien,7,7335
8.,9,1,Kellen Ritter,17,7220
9.,5,-4,Christian Brooks,11,7208
10.,7,-3,Nicky Hays,16,7200
11.,8,-3,Dante Yu,11,7140
12.,13,1,Ryan MacDermid,12,7123
13.,11,-2,David Ilavia,16,7083
14.,12,-2,Luke Selliken,8,7062
15.,14,-1,Max Hewitt,21,6961
16.,15,-1,Brenden Baker,12,6913
17.,16,-1,Jacob Donald,9,6891
18.,25,7,Billy Musgrave,10,6856
19.,29,10,AJ Myers,9,6842
20.,17,-3,Jacob Gulick,24,6837
21.,19,-2,Colby DuBato,24,6817
22.,18,-4,Andrick Zeen,8,6795
23.,20,-3,Austin Garrison,14,6795
24.,21,-3,Brandon Lemke,12,6781
25.,23,-2,Dario Cangialosi,18,6747
26.,22,-4,Matthew Taskinen,11,6732
27.,24,-3,Stephen Dial,10,6690
28.,33,5,Ryan Raffa,20,6625
29.,26,-3,Armin Cavkusic,18,6617
30.,30,NC,Lane Vacala,34,6583
31.,27,-4,Mason Buck,12,6580
32.,28,-4,Kyle Dupell,16,6574
33.,31,-2,Alexander Kardashian,20,6523
34.,35,1,Adam Smalley,13,6508
35.,32,-3,Worawong Komarakul,15,6500
36.,34,-2,Blake Hunt,9,6494
37.,36,-1,Michael Avansino,8,6466
38.,37,-1,Jake Venberg,15,6456
39.,39,NC,Abby McLaughlin,18,6455
40.,38,-2,Derek Wang,10,6402
41.,40,-1,Ethan Barrett,8,6367
42.,82,40,Colton Ramsey,7,6344
43.,45,2,Logan Cusson,13,6340
44.,47,3,Brett Mitchell,12,6303
45.,44,-1,Alejandro Marquez,13,6300
46.,46,NC,Aaron Bromberek,21,6298
47.,49,2,Nick Brueckner,8,6273
48.,50,2,Ayrton Kazee,10,6238
49.,51,2,David Kalb Jr.,9,6195
50.,42,-8,Zach Holden,6,6158
51.,53,2,Mick Gabriel,10,6142
52.,54,2,Jake Drew,8,6073
53.,55,2,Josh Hotz,9,6072
54.,56,2,Aidan Yoder,14,6033
55.,57,2,John Berry,10,6013
56.,58,2,Dylan North,12,5986
57.,61,4,Kyle Apuzzo,13,5983
58.,59,1,Remo Ruscitti,8,5972
59.,60,1,Calder McWhinney,9,5962
60.,62,2,Jarett Belge,7,5921
61.,63,2,Dominic Giansiracusa,7,5911
62.,64,2,Nathan Ratton,7,5890
63.,65,2,Jonathan Yobbagy,12,5886
64.,66,2,Jacob Abel,7,5859
65.,67,2,Ryan C. Lewis,7,5853
66.,68,2,Porter Weisensel,10,5844
67.,69,2,Jesse Gutierrez,10,5843
68.,70,2,Noah Grey,8,5779
69.,71,2,James Hayner,8,5769
70.,72,2,Kevin Janders,7,5759
71.,73,2,Blake Weiss,10,5747
72.,75,3,Stephen Mallozzi,7,5685
73.,74,1,AJ Zale,7,5680
74.,76,2,Nick Ramirez,6,5585
75.,77,2,Roberto Perez,7,5581
76.,78,2,Arthur Leist,6,5542
77.,79,2,Cal Stewart,6,5499
78.,81,3,Joey Paonessa,7,5457
79.,52,-27,Nic LeDuc,6,5424
80.,80,NC,Carter Herrera,6,5420
81.,85,4,Eduardo Barrichello,6,5285
82.,43,-39,Stepanova Nekeel,6,5267
83.,84,1,Gary Lyles,6,5249
84.,86,2,Matt Stretch,6,5144
85.,87,2,Garrett Johnston,6,5095
86.,88,2,Monroe Jordan,6,4905
87.,89,2,Joseph Budzinski,6,4840
88.,90,2,Greg Osborne Jr.,6,4815
89.,91,2,Bryce Choquer,5,4814
90.,92,2,Grant Vogel,6,4789
91.,111,20,Sonny Cervelli,5,4741
92.,93,1,Lance Fenderson,5,4681
93.,94,1,Patrick O’Hare,6,4607
94.,48,-46,Enzo Prevost,5,4548
95.,96,1,Cody Kelleher,5,4426
96.,83,-13,Walker Hess,5,4421
97.,98,1,Nick RosenGrant,5,4332
98.,99,1,Peyton Long,5,4298
99.,100,1,Derek Martin,5,4267
100.,101,1,TJ Madonna,5,4135
101.,102,1,Logan Mueller,5,4013
102.,103,1,Sullivan Sherill,5,3997
103.,104,1,Jonathon Silva,5,3992
104.,105,1,Jordan Pulice,5,3938
105.,108,3,Grant Palmer,5,3887
106.,107,1,Shane McCourt,5,3838
107.,109,2,Kaz Sinnott,5,3743
108.,110,2,Noel Dowler,4,3734
109.,112,3,Michael Bovim,4,3698
110.,113,3,Ashley Rogero,4,3658
111.,114,3,Nick Persing,4,3605
112.,115,3,Kyle Wick,4,3599
113.,116,3,Luis Perez,4,3579
114.,117,3,Matthew Morgan,4,3572
115.,95,-20,Gabriel Paturle,4,3571
116.,118,2,Jeff Colegrove,5,3565
117.,97,-20,Mason Frank,4,3554
118.,119,1,Jett Noland,4,3548
119.,120,1,Alex Nowysz,4,3515
120.,121,1,Christian Cole,4,3461
121.,122,1,Jeremy Neilands,4,3429
122.,123,1,Mark Vielgut,4,3353
123.,124,1,Sean Mann,4,3298
124.,125,1,Jarrett Duncovich,4,3277
125.,127,2,Jamie McAllister,4,3243
126.,128,2,Adam Isman,4,3234
127.,129,2,Charlie Jafari,4,3229
128.,130,2,Anthony Sawyer,4,3223
129.,131,2,Noah Koenig,4,3205
130.,132,2,Brendan Burcroff,4,3196
131.,133,2,Brad Brittin,4,3176
132.,134,2,Andrew Byrne,4,3133
133.,135,2,Brandon Cusack,4,3114
134.,136,2,Rocco Cannata,4,3042
135.,137,2,Dominick Ferrara,4,3033
136.,138,2,Marjin Kremers,3,2998
137.,139,2,Dalton Dow,4,2984
138.,140,2,Andy Cantu,4,2981
139.,141,2,Mathias Ramirez,3,2822
140.,106,-34,Andre Nicastro,3,2784
141.,142,1,Bradley Zilisch,3,2763
142.,143,1,Marc-Antoine Poirier,3,2724
143.,145,2,Victor Franzoni,3,2653
144.,146,2,Jacob Heavlow,3,2649
145.,147,2,Phillippe Denes,3,2620
146.,148,2,Brenden DeLorto,3,2610
147.,149,2,Nick Landi,3,2594
148.,150,2,Keith Holbrook,3,2584
149.,151,2,Nick Short,3,2584
150.,152,2,Jeffery Collins,3,2580
151.,154,3,Sam Gerlof,3,2527
152.,157,5,Axel Cabrera,3,2470
153.,126,-27,Rafael Diaz,3,2424
154.,160,6,Alexander Koreiba,3,2414
155.,161,6,Rudy Agras,3,2386
156.,162,6,Daniel Berry,3,2371
157.,163,6,Alex Geicius,3,2313
158.,164,6,Mark Donato,3,2293
159.,165,6,Baylor Griffin,3,2284
160.,166,6,Jamie Gonzalez,3,2106
161.,168,7,Carlee Taylor,2,2001
162.,247,85,Nicholas d’Orlando,2,1947
163.,167,4,Jonathan Kotyk,2,1944
164.,344,180,Ben Barnicoat,2,1921
165.,169,4,Colin Mullan,2,1911
166.,170,4,Austin McCusker,2,1904
167.,175,8,Marco Signoretti,2,1894
168.,176,8,Xander Clements,2,1893
169.,172,3,Tommy Andersen,2,1842
170.,173,3,Fabienne Lanz,2,1838
171.,174,3,Scott Saunders,2,1830
172.,177,5,Chance Skaufel,2,1809
173.,178,5,Henry Brass,2,1799
174.,144,-30,Parker McKean,2,1798
175.,179,4,Bryce Cornet,2,1782
176.,180,4,Carter Pease,2,1780
177.,181,4,Austin Wilkins,2,1777
178.,182,4,Tyler Dueck,2,1772
179.,183,4,Blaine Rocha,2,1768
180.,184,4,Kristin Rheaume,2,1750
181.,153,-28,Adam Rylance,2,1727
182.,186,4,Jake French,2,1722
183.,187,4,Jimmy Simpson,2,1719
184.,188,4,Ben Varner,2,1718
185.,155,-30,Zach Pettinicchi,2,1718
186.,206,20,Jesus Rios Jr.,2,1703
187.,189,2,Billy Lewis,2,1702
188.,156,-32,Justin Ovejero,2,1699
189.,190,1,Miguel Mier,2,1699
190.,191,1,Devin Jones,2,1694
191.,192,1,Maria Fernandez,2,1684
192.,193,1,Michael Geringer,2,1684
193.,194,1,Patrick Dennehy,2,1682
194.,195,1,Augusto Soto-Schirripa,2,1679
195.,196,1,Andres Karam,2,1665
196.,197,1,Savannah Croutcher,2,1665
197.,198,1,Kyle Carty,2,1664
198.,199,1,Gustavo Michelsen,2,1660
199.,200,1,Teddy Sin,2,1659
200.,201,1,Nico de Brujin,2,1657
201.,202,1,Luke Durrett,2,1656
202.,203,1,Colby Wallace,2,1649
203.,218,15,Emma Delattre,2,1643
204.,158,-46,Richard Lee,2,1640
205.,204,-1,Justin Fulmer,2,1636
206.,205,-1,Lucas Kohl,2,1636
207.,207,NC,David Galownia,2,1626
208.,159,-49,Brendan Fabular,2,1619
209.,208,-1,Jason Angles,2,1618
210.,209,-1,Evan Shaffer,2,1616
211.,210,-1,Christian Ray,2,1604
212.,211,-1,Billy Crane,2,1601
213.,212,-1,Mateo Diaz,2,1599
214.,213,-1,Shawn Harmon,2,1596
215.,214,-1,Galo Barros III,2,1591
216.,215,-1,Neil Alberico,2,1588
217.,216,-1,Eric Huang,2,1584
218.,217,-1,Paul Meise,2,1584
219.,219,NC,Adam Pettit,2,1572
220.,220,NC,Alex Salsbury,2,1567
221.,221,NC,Alfonso Perri,2,1567
222.,222,NC,Andy Miller,2,1566
223.,223,NC,Scott Hargrove,2,1566
224.,224,NC,Danny Nyman,2,1563
225.,234,NC,Michael Cruz,2,1560
226.,226,NC,Matias Lopez,2,1557
227.,227,NC,Hans Thomsen,2,1555
228.,228,NC,Andrew Wilson,2,1550
229.,229,NC,Adam White,2,1544
230.,230,NC,Stan Crocker,2,1531
231.,231,NC,Konnor Gutting,2,1520
232.,232,NC,Kieran Madden,2,1517
233.,233,NC,Ricardo Nunes,2,1500
234.,235,1,Alyse Venticinque,2,1494
235.,236,1,Sara Misir,2,1482
236.,237,1,Vincent Fontecchio,2,1476
237.,238,1,Joel Wishnewski,2,1459
238.,239,1,Mateo Delgado,2,1419
239.,240,1,Cooper Heffley,2,1358
240.,242,2,Joshua Car,1,1194
241.,-,-,Callum Bradshaw,1,1171
242.,-,-,Lorenzo Travisanutto,1,1159
243.,-,-,Matias Fernandez,1,1123
244.,-,-,Olin Galli,1,1111
245.,-,-,Danny Keirle,1,1075
246.,-,-,Joey Van Splunteren,1,1063
247.,-,-,Caio Collet,1,1027
248.,248,NC,Phil Giebler,1,1005
249.,-,-,Benjamin Harders,1,1003
250.,249,-1,Jeremy Doll,1,995
251.,241,-10,Zachary Claman-Demelo,1,991
252.,171,-81,Carson Kapica,1,984
253.,252,-1,Chris Wehrheim,1,964
254.,255,1,Trenton Estep,1,957
255.,-,-,Santiago Nicolas Chiarello,1,956
256.,-,-,Christian Pancione,1,944
257.,257,NC,Ben Maxfield,1,942
258.,260,2,Fabio Orsolon,1,927
259.,261,2,Dusty Davis,1,925
260.,263,3,Anthony Honeywell,1,914
261.,264,3,Clayton Williams,1,912
262.,265,3,Cole Hooton,1,910
263.,266,3,Dustin Stross,1,905
264.,267,3,Josh Lane,1,905
265.,269,4,Michael Sputore,1,900
266.,270,4,Roger Weekes,1,899
267.,271,4,Nicholas Hornbostel,1,889
268.,273,5,Aaron Snyder,1,886
269.,274,5,Carlos Almeida,1,877
270.,276,6,Nick de Graaf,1,875
271.,277,6,Nicolas Blanchard,1,868
272.,278,6,Paige Evans,1,868
273.,279,6,Thomas Simard,1,868
274.,281,7,Blake Horseman,1,863
275.,282,7,Santiago Garcia Fagalde,1,858
276.,185,-91,Jordan Redlin,1,854
277.,285,8,Brayden Werner,1,847
278.,286,8,Jesse Krill,1,846
279.,287,8,Eric Slivkoff,1,844
280.,288,8,Adam Gleason,1,842
281.,289,8,Brendon Cramer,1,833
282.,290,8,Mitchell Strahan,1,833
283.,291,8,Franco Gonzalez Manta,1,832
284.,292,8,Chase Outcault,1,831
285.,294,9,Greg Welch,1,827
286.,295,9,Nick Martin,1,827
287.,296,9,Giuliano Stefanatto,1,826
288.,298,10,Paul Verboonen,1,822
289.,299,10,Zach Rivera,1,820
290.,300,10,Jesse Tourino,1,817
291.,301,10,Julian Peacock,1,816
292.,302,10,Michael d’Orlando,1,815
293.,303,10,Spencer Patterson,1,813
294.,259,-35,David Malukas,1,812
295.,304,9,Jordan Flores,1,810
296.,305,9,Mark Berman,1,810
297.,306,9,Agustin Martinez,1,809
298.,307,9,Manuel Troncoso,1,807
299.,308,9,Alejandro Fernandez,1,805
300.,309,9,Christopher Chanko,1,804
301.,311,10,Nikita Lastochkin,1,803
302.,312,10,Patricio O’Ward,1,802
303.,313,10,Zia Harvey,1,801
304.,-,-,Victor Schoma,1,800
305.,314,9,Jordan Brown Nutley,1,799
306.,315,9,Ashutosh Rai,1,798
307.,335,28,Brett Smrz,1,798
308.,316,8,Jared Burchette,1,797
309.,318,9,Russell Soto,1,794
310.,319,9,Matthew Moniz,1,792
311.,320,9,Carlos Cantu,1,791
312.,321,9,Matt Keyes,1,790
313.,322,9,Pedro Cabrera,1,789
314.,324,10,Jordan Turner,1,786
315.,326,11,Felipe Nicoletti,1,781
316.,327,11,Randy Word,1,781
317.,328,11,Hunter Corbitt,1,779
318.,329,11,Ernie Francis Jr.,1,778
319.,330,11,Mason Cohen,1,776
320.,331,11,Ryan Casner,1,773
321.,332,11,Jared Patterson,1,769
322.,333,11,Juan Arenas,1,768
323.,334,11,Gary Ochl,1,767
324.,337,13,Marcus Rodriguez,1,761
325.,338,13,David Vasquez,1,759
326.,339,13,Salvo Sparacio,1,759
327.,340,13,Matthew Paesch,1,757
328.,341,13,Chuck Nguyen,1,750
329.,342,13,Gustavo Rafols,1,749
330.,343,13,Jeff Clyde,1,741
331.,347,16,Gregorio Josue Perez Perez,1,730
332.,244,-88,Jorge Pescador,1,729
333.,348,15,Chris McGinley,1,723
334.,349,15,Sydney Dupont,1,720
335.,350,15,Stefan Colegrove,1,718
336.,280,-56,Mike Bartels,1,717
337.,351,14,Daniel Wendel,1,715
338.,352,14,Teagan McCourt,1,714
339.,353,14,Antonio Sparacio,1,705
340.,354,14,Brandon Collins,1,700
341.,355,14,Heather Justice,1,687
342.,356,14,John Bonanno,1,687
343.,357,14,Vinicius Ponce,1,681
344.,358,14,Marciano Santos,1,678

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