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

Norberg finishes third straight year on top, ahead of Jarsocrak and Brooks

Ryan Norberg finishes in the top spot of the TaG Driver Rankings for a third straight year (Photo: EKN)

2019 marks the 13th season for the eKartingNews.com TaG Driver Rankings Powered by Bell Racing USA. What began in the pages of Shifter Kart Illustrated magazine moved over to the website, and continues to recognize the top ‘Touch and Go’ driver from each season. For the past three years, one driver has held the top spot after each season – reigning SKUSA Pro Tour champion Ryan Norberg.

For four straight years, Norberg has put himself up against the best in North America and from around the world. He has arranged 12 solid weekends over the course of four championship season to earn himself the X30 Senior title four straight years at the SKUSA Pro Tour. It is a mark of history for the program, and for the sport itself, with more on the horizon for the 21-year-old. It was nearly another historic week at the SuperNationals where Norberg made his fourth start, leading the way from qualifying until SuperSunday, vying for his first SuperNationals triumph. The Rolison Performance Group / Kosmic driver came under attack quickly, getting shuffled out of the top-10 but fought back valiantly to cross the line second at the checkered flag. A pushback bumper penalty took him off the podium but not the #1 spot in the EKN Driver Rankings, where he finishes as top dog for the third straight year.

Nearly every year since ending the 2015 season at the top of the EKN Driver Rankings, Brandon Jarsocrak has been right there fighting to be back in the #1 spot again. Since 2015, Jarsocrak has finished fourth in the EKN Driver Rankings until 2019. Jarsocrak, who rejoined the Mike Doty Racing operation in May, finished vice-champion at the SKUSA Pro Tour and claimed his third-straight United States Pro Kart Series championship. In November, Jarsocrak grabbed that first SuperNationals podium by placing fifth on SuperSunday, helping him to claim the second spot in the EKN Driver Rankings.

The top-10 is filled with champions, including those from the 2019 season. Christian Brooks put in a stellar performance at the Florida Winter Tour to claim two of the three victories, dominating the point standings for the title. While Brooks did not take advantage of his ROK Cup Superfinal ticket to Italy, he spent the summer months racing in the F4 US Championship. Brooks finished the season with victory at the F1 US Grand Prix event in Texas, wrapping up third in the championship chase as top rookie for 2019. When not in the F4 car, Brooks kept busy with karting and racked up a solid resume for 2019 that included an opening round win at the WinterNationals. The Nash Motorsportz / FA Kart driver returned for his 10th straight SuperNationals, nearly coming away with victory and earning a second career podium result to move up to third in the final standings for the EKN Driver Rankings. More is on the horizon for the ‘California Kid’.

Dropping out of the top-three is Brooks’ teammate Trey Brown. The former Junior champion completed a solid 2019 season, likely his best as a Senior driver, finishing third in the SKUSA Pro Tour standings. His absence from the SuperNationals kept him from improving his score on the EKN Driver Rankings sheet, putting him fourth to close out 2019. Fifth thru seventh remain unchanged with Austin Garrison, Arthur Leist and Hannah Greenemeier. Garrison (CRG Nordam) did not have a stellar season as he hoped in X30 Senior competition, but did qualify for the main event at the FIA KZ World Karting Championship in Italy. The former WKA and SKUSA Pro Tour S2 champion was in the front half of the field at the SuperNationals with an opening lap wreck taking him out of contention. Brazilian Leist (PSL / Birel ART) was another in the top-20 come SuperSunday at the SuperNationals with opening lap issues taking him out of hunt and hurting his chances at improving the standings score. Greenemeier (RPG / Kosmic), the lone female in the top-50 of the EKN Driver Rankings, nearly broke into the top-10 at the SuperNationals but recorded a career best finish of 12th. Greenemeier had the best SKUSA Pro Tour end result, fifth in points with Leist 11th and Garrison 13th.

Before Jarsocrak, it was Jake Craig at the top of the EKN Driver Rankings in 2014. The former SKUSA Pro Tour champion and SuperNationals winner ran a limited schedule in 2019, competing in nine events that counted toward the EKN standings. His best finish at the SKUSA Pro Tour was runner-up on Sunday at the SpringNationals. Craig (RPM / Tony Kart) was among those competing in the lead group on SuperSunday at the SuperNationals, ending up ninth to finish eighth in the EKN Driver Rankings. Just behind him is the fourth former #1 inside the top-10, Brandon Lemke. The Franklin / Merlin driver was the only driver to stand on the podium in both KA100 and X30 Senior at the SuperNationals. His amazing comeback drive in KA100 will go down into the history books as an almost victory, with the pushback bumper dropping him to fifth. Later that day, he was in the mix throughout the X30 Senior main event, crossing the line 10th for his career best at the SuperNationals.

Completing the top-10 is KartSport North America / Kart Republic driver Alex Bertagnoli. The 2016 SKUSA Pro Tour Junior champion remains one of the top drivers in North America. A limited schedule for the Illinois driver saw four top-eight results at the USPKS and a best finish of fourth at the SummerNationals for his 2019 season. Falling out of the top-10 to end the season are Josh Green (MDR / Kosmic) – who finished the year as the Team USA Scholarship driver – and Colin Neal (RPG / Kosmic) dropping to 12th and 14th respectfully.

By The Numbers:

2 – Countries represented in top-10 (USA, Brazil)

4 – Drivers inside the top-50 with only seven races (Boswell, Ramirez, Montoya, Hodgson)

4 – Former EKN TaG Driver Rankings #1 drivers inside the top-10 (Norberg, Jarsocrak, Craig, Lemke)

6 – States represented in the top-10

7 – Chassis brands inside the top-10

86 – Point difference between first and second

15 – Less total drivers at end of 2019 compared to 2018

661 – Point difference between first and 10th


(Photo: On Track Promotions – otp.ca)

TaG #1 – Ryan Norberg
Orlando, Florida

There really is not much more that we can say about Ryan Norberg that hasn’t been said. He’s a talented driver, that puts in a lot of time and effort to make sure his race program is at its best. The combination of Rolison Performance Group / Kosmic was phenomenal in 2019, with the ‘passing under yellow’ at the WinterNationals the only blemish on his fourth championship season at the SKUSA Pro Tour. Three wins and five podiums say it all in the best of five fight. Five could be the number for 2020, as he could have the opportunity for a fifth straight SKUSA crown, and maybe, just maybe, SKUSA will have to name a trophy after him. As of 2019, Ryan has won four of the 10 TaG Senior championship trophies.

Point Breakdown

Race Rank Finish Points
SKUSA Winter Series 2019 #2 9 1 1028
SKUSA WinterNationals ’19 #1 9.5 5 1050
SKUSA SpringNationals ’19 #1 9.5 1 1088
SKUSA SpringNationals ’19 #2 9.5 1 1088
SKUSA SummerNationals ’19 #1 9.5 1 1100
SKUSA SummerNationals ’19 #2 9.5 2 1089
SKUSA SuperNationals 2019 10 8 1073

Inside the Stats
Average Finish: 2.71
Average Points: 1073.7
Total Points: 7516

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(Photo: EKN)

TaG #2 – Brandon Jarsocrak
Reading, Pennsylvania

‘Money’ Brandon Jarsocrak actually left Vegas with notes in his pocket. A $500 check for fifth place in the X30 Senior main event on SuperSunday went home. After five previous tries, the ‘Shillington Slingshot’ came away from the SuperNationals with some hardware and a podium finish. It wasn’t the victory the three-time United States Pro Kart Series champion was hoping for, but where he was in April, there is no doubt he believes it’s a success. The chemistry was not clicking like it had been between he and KartSport North America. The two parted ways and Jarsocrack returned back to where it all began – Mike Doty Racing. That led to a runner-up result at the SpringNationals and a third straight win at the SummerNationals to close out the season. While he came up short in Vegas and in the EKN Driver Rankings, it’s safe to say Jarsocrak is among the best over the last five seasons.

Point Breakdown

Race Rank Finish Points
SKUSA WinterNationals ’19 #1 9.5 7 1028
SKUSA SpringNationals ’19 #1 9.5 2 1077
SKUSA SpringNationals ’19 #2 9.5 4 1055
United States Pro Kart Series ’19 #4 9 1 1028
SKUSA SummerNationals ’19 #1 9.5 7 1034
SKUSA SummerNationals ’19 #2 9.5 1 1100
SKUSA SuperNationals 2019 10 5 1108

Inside the Stats
Average Finish: 3.86
Average Points: 1061.4
Total Points: 7430

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(Photo: On Track Promotions – otp.ca)

TaG #3 – Christian Brooks
Santa Clarita, California

EKN’s Rob Howden put all his money in X30 Senior on Christian Brooks to win at the SuperNationals. The bold move on the final lap at last year’s SuperNats on now two-time FIA World Karting Champion Lorenzo Travisanutto and his 2019 season was the data he banked on. It nearly paid off as Brooks was among those fighting for the victory all week. The ‘California Kid’ came up just short in the main event, placing fourth in another epic 25-lap battle. 2019 may be that last year we see Brooks in a kart for the majority of the season. The 2019 Florida Winter Tour champion made an impression in his F4 US Championship program, placing third in the point standings and finishing as the top rookie for the season. A victory and weekend performance at the F1 US Grand Prix caught a lot of attention, it appears as if the skies the limit for Brooks moving into 2020.

Point Breakdown

Race Rank Finish Points
Florida Winter Tour 2019 #1 9 1 1006
SKUSA Winter Series ’19 #3 9 2 1016
Florida Winter Tour 2019 #2 9 1 987
SKUSA WinterNationals ’19 #1 9.5 1 1094
SKUSA WinterNationals ’19 #2 9.5 4 1061
SKUSA SpringNationals ’19 #2 9.5 10 990
SKUSA SuperNationals 2019 10 4 1119

Inside the Stats
Average Finish: 3.28
Average Points: 1039
Total Points: 7273


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.


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

Pos. Sept. 9 Plus/Minus Driver Races Score
1. 1 NC Ryan Norberg 21 7516
2. 2 NC Brandon Jarsocrak 20 7430
3. 4 1 Christian Brooks 19 7273
4. 3 -1 Trey Brown 13 7123
5. 5 NC Austin Garrison 17 7066
6. 6 NC Arthur Leist 12 7009
7. 7 NC Hannah Greenemeier 18 6991
8. 18 10 Jake Craig 9 6940
9. 12 3 Brandon Lemke 19 6929
10. 8 -2 Alex Bertagnoli 13 6855
11. 13 2 Jacob Gulick 23 6849
12. 9 -3 Josh Green 9 6837
13. 11 -2 Jake Drew 20 6821
14. 10 -4 Colin Neal 14 6819
15. 75 60 Oliver Hodgson 7 6818
16. 15 -1 Thomas Nepveu 13 6720
17. 16 -1 Jake Venberg 11 6709
18. 19 1 Zachary Hollingshead 8 6670
19. 14 -5 Billy Musgrave 18 6623
20. 22 2 Cooper Becklin 12 6570
21. 62 41 Sebastian Montoya 7 6570
22. 17 -5 Brenden Baker 11 6565
23. 23 NC Travis Wiley 26 6562
24. 20 -4 Austin McCusker 9 6553
25. 23 -2 Joey Brienza 29 6550
26. 21 -5 Jace Denmark-Gessel 18 6522
27. 25 -2 Collin Daley 13 6463
28. 28 NC Bijoy Garg 12 6461
29. 26 -3 Pauly Massimino 10 6461
30. 27 -3 Jim McKinney 13 6431
31. 28 -3 Arias Deukmedjian 9 6415
32. 31 -1 Edward Portz 20 6388
33. 32 -1 Matthew Duncovich 11 6399
34. 33 -1 Colby DuBato 8 6352
35. 24 -11 Dante Yu 10 6339
36. 35 -1 Axel Cabrera 9 6334
37. 36 -1 Joseph Daniele 15 6322
38. 37 -1 Nick Ramirez 7 6320
39. 34 -5 Tahlon Yockel 11 6284
40. 38 -2 Wesley Boswell 7 6259
41. 40 -1 Matthew Mockabee 15 6228
42. 39 -3 Lane Vacala 11 6227
43. 43 NC Jenson Altzman 28 6226
44. 51 7 Kaden Gray 12 6225
45. 44 -1 Filip Niemkiewicz 10 6175
46. 41 -5 Elliott Budzinski 11 6173
47. 42 -5 Alejandro Jaramillo 16 6135
48. 52 4 Eddie Shimmon 13 6115
49. 45 -4 Colin Warren 13 6113
50. 46 -4 Finnegan Bayliff 11 6104
51. 47 -4 Xander Clements 7 6086
52. 48 -4 Michael Tejeda 15 6084
53. 49 -4 Tyler Ferris 9 6075
54. 50 -4 Jake French 9 6064
55. 53 -2 Jesus Rios Jr. 7 5988
56. 52 -4 Mick Gabriel 8 5971
57. 69 12 Reilly Cann 17 5971
58. 55 -3 Emma Delattre 9 5963
59. 54 -5 Nick Persing 18 5948
60. 77 17 Dakota White 10 5945
61. 56 -5 Kyle Thome 10 5910
62. 102 40 William Ferguson 9 5909
63. 59 -4 Brandon Simeone 8 5884
64. 61 -3 Samuel Barrera-Garcia 11 5866
65. 63 -2 Braden Eves 6 5855
66. 58 -8 Samuel Ruck 7 5846
67. 65 -2 Justin White 8 5834
68. 68 0 Dylan Christie 8 5810
69. 67 -2 Aaron Bromberek 8 5808
70. 78 8 Jack Scanlon 11 5783
71. 70 -1 Jake Preston 11 5783
72. 72 NC Ryan Martin 11 5783
73. 71 -2 Kristin Rheaume 11 5776
74. 73 -1 Sullivan Sherill 8 5766
75. 74 -1 Jacob Andrew 10 5754
76. 74 -2 Bryce Stevens 9 5750
77. 79 2 Monroe Jordan 10 5675
78. 115 37 Diego Ramos 6 5672
79. 60 -19 Terrin Odom 7 5671
80. 81 1 David Schorn 7 5649
81. 66 -15 Nathan Martin 7 5645
82. 83 1 Amelia Cangialosi 9 5637
83. 76 -7 Paige Evans 8 5633
84. 84 NC Alex Odenthal 8 5623
85. 85 NC Hunter Peri 9 5590
86. 30 -56 Armin Cavkusic 6 5563
87. 80 -7 Nicholas Andries 8 5558
88. 86 -2 Jeff Lewis 10 5554
89. 110 21 Rithik Ranadive 8 5506
90. 87 -3 Pablo Perez de Lara 7 5481
91. 88 -3 Jordan Redlin 6 5365
92. 122 30 Patrick Woods-Toth 6 5352
93. 90 -3 Stan Crocker 7 5337
94. 91 -3 Jeremy Fairbairn 6 5294
95. 95 NC Emiliano Richards 6 5213
96. 96 NC Alan Tang 7 5185
97. 97 NC Bill McBrayer 7 5119
98. 141 43 Dylan Towne 6 5032
99. 64 -35 Austin Schaff 6 5022
100. 136 36 Joshua Car 5 5010
101. 120 19 Massimo Sanchez-Lara 6 4979
102. 98 -4 Conrad Krawiec 6 4922
103. 105 2 Tyler Lemp 6 4871
104. 106 2 Julian Peacock 6 4870
105. 132 27 Luigi Lucciani 6 4779
106. 123 17 Gunnar Bischoff 6 4777
107. 108 1 Seth Appel 6 4753
108. 111 3 Nicholas Hornbostel 5 4745
109. 112 3 Sutter Gabel 6 4688
110. 113 3 Branden Underwood 6 4666
111. 133 22 Marcus Rodriguez 6 4663
112. 114 2 Eded Bedwell 6 4647
113. 116 3 Chase Speacht 6 4634
114. 104 -10 Olin Galli 5 4594
115. 117 2 Aaron Benoit 6 4548
116. 89 -27 AJ Myers 5 4512
117. 118 1 Michael Michoff 5 4207
118. 57 -61 Alex Siragusa 5 4163
119. 167 48 Jak Crawford 4 4139
120. 127 7 Cooper Heffley 5 4052
121. 121 NC Chase Outcault 5 4032
122. 107 -15 Samuel Lupien 4 4013
123. 125 2 Gavin Bayliff 5 3991
124. 129 5 Sandler Hoffman 5 3941
125. 128 3 Tommy Simmard 5 3925
126. 130 4 Julia Boos 5 3894
127. 101 -26 Lorenzo Travisanutto 4 3882
128. 134 6 Brennan Hanville 5 3853
129. 135 6 Ricardo Escotto 5 3841
130. 170 40 Eduardo Barrichello 4 3783
131. 137 6 David Galownia 5 3764
132. 82 -50 Brendon Cramer 5 3750
133. 109 -24 Cedrik Lupien 4 3595
134. 103 -31 Ryan MacDermid 4 3587
135. 139 4 Ethan Barrett 4 3557
136. 92 -44 Blake Hunt 4 3555
137. 94 -43 Cade Downes 4 3547
138. 223 85 Brett Mitchell 4 3357
139. 142 3 Ethan Arndt 4 3352
140. 143 3 Derek Wang 4 3345
141. 145 4 Erin Cassels 4 3342
142. 99 -43 John Berry 4 3336
143. 146 3 AJ Zale 4 3331
144. 100 -44 Zack Pretorius 4 3325
145. 179 34 Felipe Carvajal-Salvany 4 3322
146. 334 188 Jeshua Allanell 4 3310
147. 149 2 Max Hewitt 4 3310
148. 150 2 Nazar Novosiadly 4 3287
149. 176 27 Nolan Bower 4 3269
150. 151 1 Alex Nowysz 4 3251
151. 152 1 Kason Lau 4 3234
152. 153 1 Joao Renato Corbellini 4 3226
153. 155 2 Andrew Wilson 4 3209
154. 124 -30 Brenden DeLorto 4 3181
155. 156 1 Kieran Madden 4 3175
156. 157 1 Andrew Burley 4 3152
157. 158 1 Jack Copeland 4 3150
158. 160 2 Sonny Cervelli 4 3150
159. 107 -52 Logan Mueller 4 3149
160. 109 -51 Dylan Gerding 4 3140
161. 159 -2 Matt Goddard 4 3138
162. 161 -1 James Carson 4 3118
163. 162 -1 Jackson Dunn 4 3115
164. 188 24 Arul Venkatesh 4 3094
165. 163 -2 Jacque Rickords 4 3079
166. 164 -2 Andrew Wolf 4 3067
167. 198 31 Danny Keirle 3 3067
168. 264 96 Cody Diggs 4 3044
169. 166 -3 Stephanie Genese 4 3024
170. 169 -1 Jack Manzari 4 2901
171. 171 NC Ben Varner 3 2750
172. 131 -41 Zane Maloney 3 2739
173. 172 -1 Felipe Barrichello Bartz 3 2633
174. 204 30 Ethan Ho 3 2625
175. 144 -31 Diego Ortiz 3 2618
176. 175 -1 Jacob Donald 3 2536
177. 207 30 Zachary Will 3 2516
178. 147 -31 Aidan O'Neill 3 2504
179. 177 -2 Kai Palomino 3 2481
180. 178 -2 Matt Winfrey 3 2479
181. 140 -41 Christopher Martin 3 2473
182. 180 -2 Carlos Calderon 3 2453
183. 119 -64 Adam Smalley 3 2436
184. 324 140 David Pergande 3 2426
185. 181 -4 TJ Koyen 3 2419
186. 182 -4 Race Liberante 3 2402
187. 214 27 Daniel Fellows 3 2400
188. 184 -4 Adam Rylance 3 2373
189. 185 -4 Garrett Adams 3 2364
190. 237 47 Landen Wilkins 3 2360
191. 186 -5 Spencer Kunz 3 2348
192. 187 -5 Jalen Dhanoolal 3 2336
193. 154 -39 Felipe Nicoletti 3 2314
194. 189 -5 Max Muir 3 2306
195. 190 -5 Ian Quinn 3 2286
196. 191 -5 Justice Lepe 3 2280
197. 192 -5 Morgan Bain 3 2238
198. 193 -5 Diego Mohr 3 2234
199. 194 -5 Alex Garcia 3 2212
200. 195 -5 Eamon Lowe 3 2083
201. 274 73 Ben Cooper 2 2057
202. 138 -64 Ashley Rogero 2 1984
203. 197 -6 Worawong Komarakul 3 1983
204. - - Santiago Trisini 2 1809
205. 200 -5 Lodovico Laurini 2 1793
206. 202 -4 Jace Matthews 2 1783
207. 203 -4 Mauricio J. Hernandez Guillen 2 1772
208. 205 -3 Jimmy Cabrera 2 1749
209. 93 -116 Alexander Kardashian 2 1748
210. 206 -4 Caleb Bacon 2 1748
211. 196 -15 Zachary Claman-Demelo 2 1709
212. 288 76 Andre Nicastro 2 1683
213. 210 -3 Kyle Wick 2 1702
214. 211 -3 Chase Dow 2 1689
215. 212 -3 Oliver Calvo 2 1684
216. 216 NC Alex Speed 2 1668
217. 217 NC Grant Vogel 2 1659
218. - - Miguel Mier 2 1654
219. 219 NC Matthew Morgan 2 1651
220. 220 NC Adam Pettit 2 1645
221. 221 NC Yan Liang 2 1645
222. 148 -74 Sebastian Rivest 2 1644
223. 222 -1 Ryan Carey 2 1640
224. 290 66 Mark Davis 2 1625
225. 224 -1 Javier Tejeda 2 1622
226. 227 1 Robert Megennis 2 1614
227. 226 -1 Cole Faker 2 1616
228. 228 NC Owyn Thomas 2 1613
229. 229 NC Shay Dokken 2 1605
230. 230 NC Joshua Wright 2 1599
231. 231 NC Calvin Wetzel 2 1598
232. 233 1 Vinnie Leonardis 2 1596
233. 234 1 Tavish McGreen 2 1593
234. 235 1 Alex Ransom 2 1589
235. 236 1 Jackson Lee 2 1588
236. 238 2 Arie Venberg 2 1586
237. 239 2 Max Burdick 2 1585
238. - - Adam Mallalieu 2 1581
239. 241 2 Cesar Campos Jr. 2 1579
240. 242 2 Michael Burton 2 1575
241. 243 2 Gabe Sessler 2 1570
242. 244 2 Glauber Granero 2 1567
243. 244 1 Ricardo Lechuga 2 1566
244. 245 1 Igor Trbovic 2 1564
245. 246 1 Jordan Pulice 2 1554
246. 247 1 Xavier Carde 2 1552
247. 248 1 Adriano Motta 2 1548
248. 250 2 Tom Gogal 2 1544
249. 251 2 Kara Thomas Gogal 2 1543
250. 252 2 Dalton Dow 2 1542
251. 253 2 Dominic Tesoro 2 1542
252. 254 2 Blake Korth 2 1539
253. 255 2 Caleb Schnell 2 1537
254. 256 2 Teddy Sin 2 1536
255. 257 2 Colton Ramsey 2 1529
256. 126 -130 Jesse Gutierrez 2 1521
257. 259 2 Jack Phelps 2 1516
258. 260 2 Sam Paley 2 1516
259. 261 2 Tevin Robbins 2 1512
260. 155 -105 Brian Boly 2 1511
261. 262 1 Jaydan Jansen 2 1498
262. 263 1 Ricardo Nunes 2 1496
263. 265 2 Payne Brawley 2 1473
264. 266 2 Graham Wyler 2 1459
265. 325 60 Joe Innes 2 1443
266. 267 1 Manuel Troncoso 2 1436
267. 268 1 Liam Rhodes 2 1433
268. 269 1 Kameron Perry 2 1406
269. 165 -104 Tyler Trent 2 1391
270. 270 NC Declan Matthews 2 1356
271. 271 NC Emilianon Carricarte 2 1334
272. 168 -104 Brian Van Cleve 2 1291
273. 272 -1 Daniel Berry 2 1287
274. 273 -1 Gabriel Chaves 2 1285
275. 240 -35 Adam Lindstrom 1 992
276. - - Euan Wilson 1 981
277. - - Enzo Prando 1 977
278. - - Robin Knutsson 1 958
279. - - Matt Johnson 1 952
280. 282 2 Miklas Born 1 923
281. 283 2 Nicholas Terlecki 1 922
282. 287 5 Phillip Arscott 1 902
283. - - Toby Webb 1 889
284. 199 -85 Nick Brueckner 1 882
285. 174 -111 Luke Selliken 1 881
286. 293 7 Bryson Morris 1 876
287. 294 7 Brad Brittin 1 867
288. 296 8 Andrew Bujdoso 1 859
289. - - Allan Croce 1 854
290. 298 8 Vaughn Glace 1 852
291. 299 8 Alex Geicius 1 851
292. 300 8 Bryce Boada 1 851
293. 302 9 Daniel Chaverra 1 835
294. 307 13 Jared Korth 1 835
295. 304 9 Pedro Campuzano 1 834
296. 305 9 Nicola Zecchinato 1 833
297. 377 80 Robert Soroka 1 833
298. 306 8 Cameron Shields 1 832
299. 308 9 Austin Elliott 1 822
300. 309 9 Nikita Poneris 1 821
301. 310 9 Griffin Dowler 1 820
302. 311 9 Ashlyn Breyer 1 819
303. 312 9 David Ilavia 1 817
304. 314 10 Andy Schlosser 1 815
305. 315 10 Austin Wilkins 1 815
306. 316 10 Gregory DiMaggio 1 813
307. - - Jordan Jadallah 1 812
308. 317 9 Gabriel Gilbert 1 811
309. 318 9 John Bonanno 1 811
310. 319 9 Noel Jesus Leon Vasquez 1 811
311. 321 10 Ryan Casner 1 808
312. 322 10 Chris Wehrheim 1 807
313. 323 10 Daniel Callegaris Costa 1 806
314. 326 12 Tyler Snow 1 806
315. 327 12 Wolfgang Kladde 1 806
316. 328 12 Mike Valente 1 804
317. 331 14 Payton Durrant 1 799
318. 332 14 Ricardo Mattar 1 799
319. 333 14 Nolan Siegel 1 798
320. 335 15 Trenton Walko 1 797
321. 369 48 David Sera 1 796
322. 336 14 Jonathan Yobbagy 1 790
323. 337 14 Neil Faulkner 1 790
324. 338 14 Ray Banach 1 790
325. 339 14 Georg Bower 1 789
326. - - Joshua Baak 1 789
327. 341 14 Seth Axelson 1 789
328. 342 14 Gia Cicero 1 788
329. 344 15 Justin Dittrich 1 784
330. 345 15 Aidan Fox 1 783
331. 346 15 Jason Angles 1 781
332. 347 15 Justin Feagans 1 781
333. - - Rafael Diaz 1 781
334. 348 14 Chris Cricca 1 780
335. 349 14 Peter Lobona 1 777
336. 351 15 Justin Di Benedetto 1 775
337. 352 15 Scot Carapellatti 1 775
338. 353 15 Kelly Falls 1 774
339. 354 15 Tim Hill 1 770
340. 355 15 Connor Sideri 1 769
341. 356 15 Ross Smith 1 769
342. 357 15 Daniel Wendel 1 766
343. 358 15 Lamar Humphries 1 765
344. 359 15 Zachary Pecorelli 1 763
345. 360 15 Austin Reichl 1 762
346. 361 15 Carsen Kunz 1 761
347. 362 15 Lucas Kohl 1 760
348. 183 -165 Alyse Venticinque 1 756
349. 363 14 Ron White 1 755
350. 364 14 Tyler Montague 1 755
351. 365 14 Anthony Sawyer 1 754
352. 366 14 Simon Sikes 1 754
353. - - Airel Jimenez 1 750
354. 367 13 Stephen Krueger 1 748
355. 258 -97 Rockwell Secrest 1 747
356. 368 12 Nathan Correa 1 734
357. 370 13 Alexis Rhule 1 730
358. 371 13 Fernando Barrichello 1 724
359. 372 13 Dante Quarato 1 721
360. 373 13 Emilio Cipriani 1 720
361. - - Julian Nazario 1 699
362. - - Logan Cusson 1 689
363. 378 15 Jordan Turner 1 687
364. - - Scott Falcone 1 658
365. - - Nicolas Daza 1 648
366. - - Mariana Reyes 1 627
367. - - Marco Sliva 1 596
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