2019 eKartingNews.com Driver Rankings Powered by Bell Racing USA – Shifterkart – Final

Ramirez steals top spot to close out season ahead of Myers and Musgrave

Mathias Ramirez finishes 2019 as the top driver in the Shifterkart Driver Rankings (Photo: EKN)

The 2019 karting season has come to a close as we look forward to turning the page over to 2020. Events counting toward the 2019 eKartingNews.com Shifterkart Driver Rankings Powered by Bell Racing USA have been completed and now a full 12-month run of events from the season have been tabulated to decide the top drivers of the year. The 2019 season marked a shift for the EKN Driver Rankings, opening up to all shifterkart events in North America. In a shocking final chapter to the season and the EKN Driver Rankings, Mathias Ramirez has ended 2019 in the top position of the standings.

The EKN Driver Rankings is not about one major victory, or one major championship, but the work across 12-months of racing. Since January, one of the top contenders in shifterkart racing has been Mathias Ramirez. Returning back with PSL Karting / Birel ART at the start of 2019, Ramirez competed at the SKUSA Winter Series, Florida Winter Tour and SKUSA Pro Tour. In 13 main events, the Florida driver finished on the podium seven times. Two victories helped boost his score but the run in November returning with Team GFC is what propelled him to the number one spot. Ramirez was runner-up to Danny Formal at the ROK the RIO event and overcame issues at the SuperNationals to finish third.

Ramirez nearly scored the victory at the ROK Cup USA event with a slight error taking the chance at victory away. Mathias was able to avoid the SuperNationals Pro Shifter main event opening corner wreck, coming from 10th on the grid after issues in qualifying. If Ramirez would have been collected in the wreck, he would have finished P11, which would have put him second in EKN Driver Rankings standings. Instead, Ramirez finished on the podium in third and ends 2019 as the #1 for the 2019 eKartingNews.com Shifterkart Driver Rankings Powered by Bell Racing USA.

Throughout the 2019 season, AJ Myers held the top spot after finishing the 2018 season as the #1. Myers ended that year with Croc Promotion USA and begin 2019 with the Florida Winter Tour championship and SKUSA Winter Series vice-champion with the team. Following a victory at the SKUSA WinterNationals, Myers and Mad Old Nut Racing parted ways, and CRG Nordam scooped him up right away. He went on a run of four top-six finishes, but was unable to stand on top of the podium and came up just short of defending his 2018 SKUSA Pro Tour championship. Myers was in position to contend for the SKUSA SuperNationals victory, qualifying third and holding that position in two of the three heat races. A slight error had him come in too wide at the rear end of the kart in Heat #2 after placing runner-up, thus dropping him to the tail of the results. Starting 9th on SuperSunday, Myers was involved in the opening corner wreck and ended his race without completing a lap. That was the end of his run in the #1 spot for the EKN Driver Rankings, finishing the season in second. Of course, if Myers would have survived the opening corner wreck and not recorded a DNF, the fight for the #1 spot in the EKN Driver Rankings would have went down to the checkered flag between he and Ramirez on the track.

You can not take away the historic performance at SKUSA SuperNationals 23 by Billy Musgrave. The MRC / Croc Promotion driver dominated the Pro Shifter division throughout the week in Las Vegas, going on to earn his third straight and record-matching fourth career victory at the SuperNationals. That total matches him with previous record holder Connor De Phillippi since 2007 and Aussie Kip Foster, who also recorded his fourth victory at the SuperNats this past SuperSunday. The 2019 SKUSA Winter Series champion went winless on the SKUSA Pro Tour, scoring only two podium finishes in six main events and thus hurting his chances at the #1 spot.

Looking at the top-three in the EKN Driver Rankings, all the Florida Winter Tour and SKUSA Winter Series wins came from those three drivers. Yet only two of the six SKUSA Pro Tour victories came from them. The end to the EKN Shifterkart Driver Rankings Powered by Bell Racing USA was close throughout the top-10. The top-eight drivers finished within 250 points, with 2nd thru 5th only having a 51 point difference.

Only 17 points away from third is 2019 SKUSA Pro Tour champion Kyle Wick. The Pacific Northwest driver scored the title based on a run of podium finishes with zero wins under the CRG Nordam tent. Moving over to Rolison Performance Group / Tony Kart for November and 2020, Wick finished top-10 at ROK the RIO and was among those in the wreck at the SuperNationals after starting P4. Wick now has the winter to prepare for the 2020 season where he will carry the SKUSA #1 plate. Coming on during the second half of 2019 was 2017 SKUSA Pro Tour champion Jake French. Joining Croc Promotion USA in April, French went from no ride to in the seat nearly every day. It paid off with a double win performance at the SKUSA SummerNationals. After clinching the Streets of Lancaster Grand Prix victory in September, French left Croc Promotion on top with three straight major wins and took his talents to PSL Karting / Birel ART. The Texan finished off with a runner-up to Musgrave at the SuperNationals to move himself into the top-five of the EKN Driver Rankings. His score could have been even better except an opening lap wreck at ROK the RIO after running top-five all week took him out of the race just after it began.

Aside from French, Andrew Bujdoso was the only driver to win twice on the SKUSA Pro Tour in 2019. Bujdoso mastered the rain at CalSpeed and triumphed in Utah to earn his first two Pro Tour victories of his career. It was a great run with Croc Promotion until their partnership came to a close just after the SpringNationals as he traveled back east from Cali to Ohio with his family-owned Checkered Motorsports. Bujdoso struggled at the SummerNationals, unable to reach the podium to end up finishing third in SKUSA Pro Tour standings after leading heading into New Castle. Bujdoso did not compete in the Pro Shifter division at the SuperNationals, ending the season fifth in the EKN Driver Rankings.

Moving into the top-10 for the first time on the year is 2019 SKUSA Pro Tour Pro Shifter 2 champion Race Liberante (J3 / CompKart). It was a season to remember for Liberante, returning to the seat after multiple years away. The SoCal native won four of the six main events on the SKUSA Pro Tour for the title. What was more impressive was his tri-fecta of victories – including the USAC Karting Battle at the Brickyard, Rock Island Grand Prix King of the Streets, and the SKUSA SuperNationals. Now sitting seventh in the EKN Driver Rankings, he has the ability to move up even further advancing to Pro Shifter for 2020.

Dropping down the order inside the top-10 are Hunter Pickett and Rory van der Steur. Pickett (GFC) was unable to break the top-10 in the results at ROK the RIO or the SuperNationals, dropping to eighth. Rory had a wild end to 2019, involved in the SuperNationals wreck that included a flip and a twist aboard his new Magik chassis. The DNF dropped him to ninth in the EKN Driver Rankings. Rounding out the top-10 is veteran Ron White (RWR / CRG). The Challenge of the Americas champion was among the contenders at ROK the RIO, but contact on the opening lap took him out of contention and unable to improve his score. Falling out of the top-10 to end 2019 is Prescott Campbell (MRC / Aluminos), ending the year in 12th.

By The Numbers:

1 – Driver inside the top-50 with only six races (Danny Formal – #40)

7 – States represented in the top-10

7 – Chassis brands inside the top-10

78 – Point difference between first and second

105 – More drivers at end of 2019 compared to 2018 (Stock Honda only)

381 – Point difference between first and 10th


(Photo: On Track Promotions – otp.ca)

Shifterkart #1 – Mathias Ramirez
Bradenton, Florida

It was the 2017 SuperNationals, and Mathias Ramirez drove like a seasoned veteran in the third heat of S1 to record fast lap and runner-up to eventual winner Billy Musgrave. Walking back to the Westgate, the 2016 S2 SuperNationals winner had that confidence and swagger about him, that showed no fear and the drive to be the best. Since then, Ramirez has been among the top shifterkart drivers in the country. This year, nothing exciting or came with any titles, aside from the ROK Fest Biloxi crown. Ramirez earned four podium finishes at SKUSA Winter Series to begin his return back with PSL / Birel ART. A DQ at the SKUSA WinterNationals in Round 1 for cutting the track multiple times in the rain hurt his title chances early on, but had a boost with victory and runner-up at the SpringNationals. He eventually finished seventh after issues at the SummerNationals limited his progression. November marked a departure from PSL and return to Team GFC, a similar path to where he ended 2018. Ramirez nearly defended his ROK the RIO victory and his recovering at the SuperNationals to the podium propelled him to #1 to close out 2019.

Point Breakdown

Race Rank Finish Points
Florida Winter Tour 2019 #3 9 1 1005
SKUSA SpringNationals ‘19 #1 – Pro 9.5 1 997
SKUSA SpringNationals ’19 #2 – Pro 9.5 2 987
SKUSA SummerNationals ’19 #1 – Pro 9.5 7 974
SKUSA SummerNationals ’19 #2 – Pro 9.5 8 963
ROK the RIO 2019 9.5 2 1085
SKUSA SuperNationals 2019 – Pro 10 3 1047

Inside the Stats
Average Finish: 3.43
Average Points: 1008.3
Total Points: 7058

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(Photo: EKN)

Shifterkart #2 – AJ Myers
Tampa, Florida

Throughout the 2019 season, Myers set the bar for the EKN Driver Rankings. The Florida driver helped his cause, starting out the season runner-up in the SKUSA Winter Series and winning the Florida Winter Tour championship under the Croc Promotion USA banner. After victory at the WinterNationals, Myers moved to CRG Nordam and remained in contention for the SKUSA Pro Tour championship, coming up one spot short in his title defense. Riding with a runner-up at the SuperNationals all year, Myers needed a similar result to stay at the top of the Driver Rankings. Myers was top-three all week, except for an error coming in too wide in Heat #2 which dropped him to P9 on the grid for SuperSunday. That put him in the blender, and contact took out half the field, including Myers. The loss of the runner-up from last year and replacing it with a DNF cost him the #1 spot in the EKN Driver Rankings. Of the top three, Myers does have a better average finish of their top-seven results from 2019.

Point Breakdown

Race Rank Finish Points
Florida Winter Tour 2019 #1 9 1 1005
Florida Winter Tour 2019 #2 9 1 999
SKUSA WinterNationals ’19 #1 – Pro 9.5 2 995
SKUSA WinterNationals ’19 #2 – Pro 9.5 1 1005
SKUSA SpringNationals ’19 #1 – Pro 9.5 2 987
SKUSA SummerNationals ’19 #1 – Pro 9.5 6 984
SKUSA SummerNationals ’19 #2 – Pro 9.5 4 1005

Inside the Stats
Average Finish: 2.43
Average Points: 997.1
Total Points: 6980

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(Photo: On Track Promotions – otp.ca)

Shifterkart #3 – Billy Musgrave
Norco, California

The 2019 season began and ended at the top for Billy Musgrave. The SKUSA Winter Series champ won three of the four races to solidify himself as the top IAME SSE driver heading into the summer season. The SKUSA Pro Tour did not pan out as hoped, recording a DNF at the WinterNationals at his home track. With no podiums through the first four rounds of the SKUSA Pro Tour, Musgrave moved from the Aluminos to Croc Promotion chassis. Things went unchanged at the California ProKart Challenge, earning his sixth title in seven years but was unable to defend his Streets of Lancaster Grand Prix victory. Musgrave ran runner-up to then teammate Jake French at the SummerNationals for his two best results of the season. That momentum carried into the SuperNationals where Musgrave made history, becoming the third different driver to win four times at the event. Sweeping the Pro Shifter division was his third straight, dating back to the S1 victory in 2017. While the win was significant, this year’s score was 80 points less than his 2018 triumph due to the lower size of the field. Still, Musgrave remains one of the top shifterkart pilots of this era, and still has the SKUSA Pro Tour title in his sights for 2020.

Point Breakdown

Race Rank Finish Points
SKUSA Winter Series 2019 #3 9 1 953
SKUSA WinterNationals ’19 #1 – Pro 9.5 4 975
SKUSA SpringNationals ’19 #1 – Pro 9.5 6 947
SKUSA SummerNationals ’19 #1 – Pro 9.5 2 1026
SKUSA SummerNationals ’19 #2 – Pro 9.5 2 1026
RIGP King of the Streets 2019 9 2 968
SKUSA SuperNationals 2019 – Pro 10 1 1068

Inside the Stats
Average Finish: 2.57
Average Points: 994.7
Total Points: 6963


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 the TaG and Shifterkart categories 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 also included the results for the major one-off events such as the SKUSA SuperNationals, 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 2019, the SKUSA SuperNationals will receive a score of 10 in its initial weighting in the TaG and Shifterkart categories. A base ranking of 9.5 is set for the SKUSA Pro Tour, while a base ranking of 9 goes to the SKUSA Winter Series, United States Pro Kart Series, Florida Winter Tour, Challenge of the Americas, ROK the RIO, All Star Finals, Stars and Stripes Trophy and Open, 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.


2019 eKartingNews.com Shifterkart Driver Rankings Powered by Bell Racing USA – Final

Pos. Sept. 9 Plus/Minus Driver Races Score
1. 4 3 Mathias Ramirez 16 7058
2. 1 -1 AJ Myers 19 6980
3. 2 -1 Billy Musgrave 15 6963
4. 3 -1 Kyle Wick 17 6946
5. 9 4 Jake French 9 6929
6. 5 -1 Andrew Bujdoso 17 6907
7. 11 4 Race Liberante 12 6899
8. 6 -2 Hunter Pickett 16 6828
9. 7 -2 Rory van der Steur 16 6739
10. 10 NC Ron White 9 6677
11. 12 1 Zach Pettinicchi 17 6661
12. 8 -4 Prescott Campbell 12 6591
13. 17 4 Kol Bailey 11 6545
14. 14 NC Keawn Tandon 15 6542
15. 16 1 Calvin Ming 15 6524
16. 15 -1 Enzo Prevost 15 6493
17. 20 3 Connor Robles 13 6475
18. 13 -5 Max Hewitt 13 6460
19. 25 6 Vincenzo Sarracino 9 6410
20. 50 30 Brian Keck 9 6409
21. 21 NC Mark Snyder 8 6367
22. 46 24 Davide Greco 7 6346
23. 22 -1 Devon Smith-Harden 12 6315
24. 23 -1 Cole Shade 18 6313
25. 30 5 Zachary Hollingshead 9 6311
26. 18 -8 Collin Daley 8 6299
27. 26 -1 Kyle Kennedy 10 6257
28. 19 -9 Callum Smith 7 6226
29. 33 4 Worawong Komarakul 11 6220
30. 34 4 Kyle Apuzzo 19 6205
31. 29 -2 Graig Alvarez 8 6152
32. 27 -5 Evan Batt 8 6145
33. 28 -5 Anthony Freese 11 6110
34. 31 -3 Garrett McKelvie 7 6067
35. 32 -3 Jordan Johnson 12 6067
36. 35 -1 Aaron Bromberek 9 6053
37. 65 28 Emon Fazlollahi 7 6047
38. 37 -1 Baylor Griffin 9 6017
39. 52 13 Steffano Lucente 7 5929
40. 36 -4 Daniel Formal 6 5924
41. 38 -3 Aidan O'Neill 12 5915
42. 40 -2 Seth Huntley 7 5815
43. 41 -2 Bryson Lew 9 5807
44. 42 -2 Lucio Masini 9 5759
45. 43 -2 Justin Taylor 7 5739
46. 45 -1 Brenden Ruzbarsky 11 5738
47. 44 -3 Pierce Baldus 8 5734
48. 48 NC Nick Chivello 9 5620
49. 49 NC Cole O'Connor 8 5597
50. 55 5 Ricky Worley 7 5571
51. 56 5 Owen Clarke 7 5487
52. 24 -28 Zach Schiff 6 5280
53. 51 -2 Michael Stevens 6 5267
54. 54 NC Cody Elliott 6 5184
55. 68 13 Remo Ruscitti 6 5117
56. 53 -3 Colton Timmons 6 5023
57. 58 1 Brandon Cusack 6 4734
58. 60 2 Annie Rhule 6 4601
59. 88 29 Micah Hendricks 5 4329
60. 62 2 Joe Ruch 5 4306
61. 63 2 Robert Bujdoso 5 4284
62. 86 24 Carlee Taylor 5 4273
63. 66 3 Ayden Fisher 5 4203
64. 67 3 Xingran Tang 5 4180
65. 39 -26 Dean Heldt 5 4118
66. 96 30 Alex Manglass 5 4070
67. 47 -20 Evan Polisky 5 3996
68. 69 1 Jason Henrique 5 3972
69. 70 1 Marco Oldhafer 5 3966
70. 71 1 Farshad Bagheri 5 3946
71. 72 1 Steve Libretto 5 3924
72. 106 34 Cody Hodgson 4 3825
73. 112 39 Dalton Egger 4 3609
74. 75 1 Giano Taurino 4 3597
75. 76 1 Jimmy Cabrera 4 3593
76. 77 1 Alejandro Marquez 4 3549
77. 110 33 Gavin Bayliff 4 3458
78. 64 -14 Robert Heck Jr. 4 3448
79. 82 3 Hannah Greenemeier 4 3394
80. 79 -1 Pablo Carballedo 4 3374
81. 84 3 Keith Spicer 4 3318
82. 90 8 Joshua Conquer 4 3258
83. 92 9 Nathan Gilbert 4 3227
84. 93 9 Andrew Byrne 4 3219
85. 94 9 Derek Proctor 4 3208
86. 101 15 Tyler Guilbeault 4 3200
87. 97 10 Cole Timmons 4 3180
88. 98 10 Travis Henson 4 3161
89. 100 11 Barry Primus 4 3142
90. 102 12 John Sullivan 4 3132
91. 103 12 Chris Matthew 4 3124
92. 59 -33 Sarah Rassmusen 4 3099
93. 104 11 Jake Seidel 4 3098
94. 105 11 Kieran Madden 4 3093
95. 57 -38 Joey Wimsett 3 2888
96. 130 34 Vincente Salas 3 2860
97. 107 10 Pedro Piquet 3 2738
98. 150 52 Nic LeDuc 3 2689
99. 78 -21 Matt Paesch 3 2650
100. 111 11 Chase Allard 3 2614
101. 81 -20 David Kalb Jr. 3 2613
102. 145 43 Cooper Becklin 3 2570
103. 113 10 Alan Isambard 3 2544
104. 114 10 Dillon Johnson 3 2532
105. 115 10 Dominic LeGrand 3 2527
106. 116 10 Jacob Pope 3 2525
107. 95 -12 Josh Weis 3 2447
108. 119 11 Andrea Nieri 3 2437
109. 121 12 Henry Korn 3 2398
110. 123 13 TJ Modonna 3 2347
111. 124 13 Kevin Primus 3 2326
112. 126 14 Jermaine Major 3 2227
113. 127 14 Nicky Hays 2 1963
114. 118 4 Matt Jaskol 2 1958
115. 128 13 Alex Keyes 2 1898
116. 73 -43 Jason Pettit 2 1884
117. 182 65 Rubens Barrichello 2 1865
118. 129 11 Antonio Pizzonia Jr. 2 1853
119. 74 -45 Josh Lane 2 1846
120. 192 72 Austin Wilkins 2 1810
121. 109 -12 Liam Snyder 2 1786
122. 83 -39 Michael Korody 2 1786
123. 131 8 Michael Ilavia 2 1765
124. 132 8 Ryan P. Lewis 2 1758
125. 133 8 Tim Barber 2 1758
126. 134 8 Sage Karam 2 1745
127. 135 8 Henry Cubides 2 1743
128. 136 8 Tyler Sawyers 2 1731
129. 137 8 Jason Campbell 2 1727
130. 138 8 Cameron Parr 2 1726
131. 139 8 Cash Baxley 2 1717
132. 140 8 Troy Allard 2 1706
133. 87 -46 John Nielsen 2 1697
134. 141 7 Cody Beck 2 1693
135. 142 7 Tony Malito 2 1684
136. 143 7 Scott Hargrove 2 1667
137. 144 7 David Carmendy 2 1661
138. 61 -77 Cameron Egger 2 1659
139. 146 7 Zack Frank 2 1653
140. 147 7 Royal McKee 2 1649
141. 219 78 Justin Luik 2 1648
142. 120 -22 Antonio de Lis 2 1635
143. 148 5 Kevin Janders 2 1634
144. 149 5 Tommy Plahitko 2 1616
145. 153 8 Paulo Castagnetti 2 1602
146. 154 8 Bobby Durfee 2 1600
147. 155 8 Alex Conlin 2 1596
148. 91 -57 Mike Rivera 2 1595
149. 85 -64 Conner Wick 2 1591
150. 156 6 James Zucker 2 1586
151. 157 6 Bryan Smith 2 1582
152. 158 6 Mateo Villagomez 2 1578
153. 159 6 Ahmad Barazi 2 1577
154. 89 -65 Matthew Morgan 2 1573
155. 237 82 Neil Joseph 2 1573
156. 160 4 Kyle Francis 2 1567
157. 161 4 Tom Dyer 2 1565
158. 162 4 Daniel Dibos 2 1556
159. 163 4 David Schorne 2 1548
160. 164 4 Vincent Fontecchio 2 1542
161. 99 -62 Anthony Stiffler 2 1540
162. 166 4 Adam Isman 2 1534
163. 165 2 Bryson Guzman 2 1534
164. 167 3 Jeff Westlund 2 1514
165. 170 5 Amr Sinada 2 1506
166. 169 3 Mateo DeLeon 2 1506
167. 171 4 Mark Willis 2 1488
168. 172 4 Aaron Dorst 2 1480
169. - - Sam Claes 1 1025
170. - - Rodrigo Pflucker 1 954
171. 258 87 Emiliano Salazar 1 952
172. - - Philipp Seewer 1 951
173. 108 -65 Blair Hosie 1 936
174. - - Chase Jones 1 920
175. 178 3 Zachary Shearer 1 915
176. 179 3 Taylor Greenfield 1 911
177. - - Waldir Belizario 1 910
178. 180 2 Augusto Soto-Schirripa 1 904
179. - - Lucca Croce 1 900
180. 181 1 Phillip Smith 1 889
181. - - Jordan Bernloehr 1 879
182. 184 2 Aaron Snyder 1 870
183. 183 NC Phillip Davis 1 870
184. 186 2 Nicholas Hargraves 1 854
185. 187 2 Brian Vevil 1 849
186. - - Bond Roby 1 847
187. 189 2 Colby Dubato 1 846
188. 190 2 David Jurca 1 842
189. 193 4 Brandon Reed 1 838
190. 194 4 Morgan Long 1 834
191. 195 4 Nicholas Trumbull 1 834
192. 196 4 Thane Morgan 1 832
193. 197 4 Rett Thomas 1 829
194. - - Arturo Pacifico Griffini 1 825
195. 199 4 Brian Patterson 1 825
196. 117 -79 Jeff Ralph 1 823
197. 200 3 Steve Jenks 1 823
198. 201 3 Fred Robertson 1 821
199. 202 3 Lance Lane 1 821
200. 203 3 Chris Worthington 1 816
201. 204 3 Austin Ray Chalman 1 815
202. 205 3 Brian Nixon 1 815
203. 206 3 Hal Strauss 1 815
204. 207 3 Paige Evans 1 814
205. 208 3 Don McGregor 1 813
206. 209 3 Harry Voigt 1 812
207. 210 3 Sam Gerlof 1 812
208. 152 -56 Zoli Sule 1 809
209. 212 3 Clayton Putman 1 807
210. 213 3 Cole Mathewson 1 807
211. - - Jarrett Lile 1 807
212. 256 44 Tim Sawyers 1 807
213. 215 2 Vince Berkovich 1 807
214. 216 2 Daniel Uruena 1 806
215. 217 2 Kyle Loh 1 806
216. 218 2 Daniel Barth 1 805
217. - - John Crow 1 805
218. 220 2 Michael McCarthy 1 804
219. 222 3 Steven Crete 1 799
220. - - Giovanni Shadd 1 798
221. 223 2 Kris Warning 1 798
222. 224 2 Anthony Sawyer 1 797
223. 225 2 Monroe Jordan 1 797
224. 226 2 Bryan Borquez 1 795
225. 227 2 Rene Palamieri 1 795
226. 228 2 Quintin Bineau 1 792
227. 229 2 Sebastian Hazbun 1 792
228. 230 2 Jacob Parker 1 790
229. 231 2 Slade Putman 1 790
230. 233 3 James McAllister 1 786
231. 185 -46 Elliott Mignott 1 785
232. 235 3 Charles Robin 1 784
233. 236 3 Leonardo Lamelas 1 784
234. 239 5 Luis Mendez 1 782
235. 240 5 Patrick Otto Madsen 1 782
236. 241 5 Steve Siler 1 782
237. 242 5 Kerry Sherman 1 780
238. 243 5 Branden Walker 1 779
239. 244 5 Adam Kramer 1 777
240. 245 5 Douglas Horton 1 774
241. 246 5 Juan Pablo Ramirez 1 774
242. 247 5 Michael Lundeen 1 774
243. 248 5 Tyler Gonzalez 1 773
244. 249 5 Zoltan Sule 1 769
245. 125 -120 Carlos Lopes 1 766
246. 250 4 Brennan Stamner 1 764
247. 251 4 Bryan Baird 1 762
248. 252 4 Domenico Masi 1 761
249. 253 4 Patrick Cecilian 1 760
250. 254 4 Maxwell Stephens 1 721
251. - - Paolo Castagnetti 1 680
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