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2017 eKartingNews.com Driver Rankings Powered by Bell Racing USA – TaG – April 27

2017 eKartingNews.com Driver Rankings Powered by Bell Racing USA – TaG – April 27
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2017 eKartingNews.com Driver Rankings Powered by Bell Racing USA – TaG – April 27

SuperNationals winner Craig keeps top spot at 1/3 mark of season

 

(Photo: EKN)

The second edition of the eKartingNews.com Driver Rankings Powered by Bell Racing USA for the TaG category in 2017 comes with some changes. Following the Superkarts! USA Pro Tour WinterNationals, an error was made in the March 29 standings with the incorrect base ranking for the event. The correction was made the updated points are now current for those who competed at the NOLA Motorsports Park weekend. With that, some jostling took place throughout the standings, but the top position remains unchanged.

The change did not replace the order in the top-two positions of the TaG Driver Rankings with Jake Craig (RPM / Tony Kart) and Ryan Norberg (PSL / Birel ART) still holding those spots. The SuperNats winner increased his lead to 46 points over the SKUSA Pro Tour champion with the update to the WinterNationals base ranking, Moving up to third is KartSport North America / Praga driver Brandon Jarsocrak, who left NOLA with two third-place results.

The adjustment in points promoted WinterNationals winner Zach Holden (Comet / Tony Kart) up to the fourth spot, with current SKUSA Pro Tour championship leader Christian Brooks (Nash / FA Kart) up to fifth. The top-fiver were among those in contention throughout the weekend in New Orleans. Brooks came away with the championship lead thanks to his two runner-up results, including the two crucial Prefinal wins that helped to put him at the top of the standings. Race winners Craig and Holden sit second and third in the SKUSA standings, followed by Jarsocrak and Norberg – backing up what the EKN TaG Driver Rankings.

The advancement by Jarsocrak, Holden and Brooks demoted 2016 United States Pro Kart Series champion Brandon Lemke down to sixth with no participation in a TaG race since WKA Daytona KartWeek this past December. Lemke drove to victory at the Route 66 Sprint Series in the Yamaha category in a return back to his roots after some Late Model racing.

Brooks’ big points grab in NOLA jumped him ahead of Braden Eves (MDD / Kosmic) and Austin Garrison (CompKart). Eves gained a few points with the adjustment while Garrison kept his score the same with no results from NOLA counting toward his best seven. Both are sure to be looking to join the front pack in Sonoma for the SpringNationals.

Nicky Hays (CompKart) and David Ilavia (CompKart) advance one spot to complete the top-10. Their points saw an increase with the WinterNats adjustment, moving them ahead of TJ Koyen (Innovative / Exprit), who drops to 11th.


Upcoming EKN TaG Driver Rankings Schedule

Date Series Class Track Location Rank
4/29 Colorado Sprint Championship #1 Rotax Senior Grand Junction Motor Speedway Grand Junction, CO 8
4/29 Northwest Gold Cup #1 TaG Senior Sumas International Motorsports Academy Sumas, WA 8
4/30 Los Angeles Karting Championship #3 IAME Senior CalSpeed Karting Center Fontana, CA 8
4/30 Northwest Gold Cup #2 TaG Senior Sumas International Motorsports Academy Sumas, WA 8
5/6 SKUSA Pro Tour SpringNationals IAME Senior Simraceway Performance Karting Center Sonoma, CA 9.5
5/7 SKUSA Pro Tour SpringNationals IAME Senior Simraceway Performance Karting Center Sonoma, CA 9.5
5/20 Can-Am Karting Challenge #1 Rotax Senior Horn Rapids Kart Track Richland, WA 8.5
5/20 Los Angeles Karting Championship #4 IAME Senior CalSpeed Karting Center Fontana, CA 8
5/20 Sanzaru Games Karting Championship #3 Rotax Senior Simraceway Performance Karting Center Sonoma, CA 8
5/20 WKA Manufacturers Cup Series #3 IAME Senior Pittsburgh International Race Complex Wampum, PA 8.5
5/21 Can-Am Karting Challenge #2 Rotax Senior Horn Rapids Kart Track Richland, WA 8.5
5/21 WKA Manufacturers Cup Series #4 IAME Senior Pittsburgh International Race Complex Wampum, PA 8.5
5/24 Northwest Gold Cup #5 TaG Senior Greg Moore Raceway Chilliwack, BC 8
5/25 Northwest Gold Cup #6 TaG Senior Greg Moore Raceway Chilliwack, BC 8
5/27 Gearup Challenge F-Series #3 Formula TaG Old Bridge Township Raceway Park Englishtown, NJ 8
5/27 Northwest Gold Cup #3 TaG Senior Glen Morgan Track Boise, ID 8
5/28 Northwest Gold Cup #4 TaG Senior Glen Morgan Track Boise, ID 8

TaG #1 – Jake Craig
Mission Viejo, California

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Craig has become one of the most decorated TaG drivers in North America over the past five years. A SKUSA title in 2014 is joined by two US Rotax Grand Nationals victories and a SuperNationals triumph this past November. Craig added to that impressive CV by winning the inaugural round of the WinterNationals to etch his name into the history books. As one of the lead contenders in the SKUSA Pro Tour standings heading into the SpringNats, Craig has a chance to make history and become the first two-time champion in the headline TaG division in Superkarts! USA.

Point Breakdown

Race Rank Finish Points
SKUSA SpringNationals ’16 #1 9 6 1015
SKUSA SpringNationals ’16 #2 9 2 1074
United States Pro Kart Series ’16 #2 9 6 1023
US Rotax Grand Nationals 2016 10 1 1105
SKUSA SuperNationals 2016 10 1 1168
SKUSA WinterNationals ’17 #1 9.5 1 1135
SKUSA WinterNationals ’17 #2 9.5 4 1101

Inside the Stats
Average Finish: 3.0
Average Points: 1088.7
Total Points: 7621

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TaG #2 – Ryan Norberg
Orlando, Florida

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The target is on Norberg in the form of the #1 SKUSA plate. When you are the defending champion, everyone is against you. Norberg had no partners in the lead pack during the WinterNationals event with that #1 slapped on the side of his Birel ART all weekend. Two top-five results in NOLA is nothing to look down on, as it was a solid weekend for Florida driver who is coming off a double championship effort at the Florida Winter Tour in the Rok and Rotax programs. Now the focus moves to the SpringNationals where Norberg has kept himself in the hunt to defend the title, and podium finishes in Sonoma could do just that.

Point Breakdown

Race Rank Finish Points
SKUSA SpringNationals ’16 #1 9 1 1068
United States Pro Kart Series ’16 #4 9 2 1057
SKUSA SummerNationals ’16 #1 9 1 1092
SKUSA SummerNationals ’16 #2 9 1 1090
SKUSA SuperNationals ’16 10 8 1087
SKUSA WinterNationals ’17 #1 9.5 4 1101
SKUSA WinterNationals ’17 #2 9.5 5 1090

Inside the Stats
Average Finish: 3.14
Average Points: 1083.6
Total Points: 7585

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TaG #3 – Brandon Jarsocrak
Reading, Pennsylvania

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The number 3 has been surrounding Jarsocrak for the last 12 months. Many of the results recorded by the KartSport North America driver saw him standing on the third step of the podium throughout the 2016 season. Jarsocrak earned the SKUSA #2 plate following his efforts at the Pro Tour after coming up short of the championship podium in 2015. The win total has already been doubled this year from 2016 thanks to victories at WKA Daytona KartWeek and Round Two at the USPKS in Mooresville. Jarsocrak is still gunning for that elusive SKUSA Pro Tour triumph, and Sonoma could be the answer.

Point Breakdown

Race Rank Finish Points
United States Pro Kart Series ’16 #1 9 3 1057
United States Pro Kart Series ’16 #2 9 3 1055
United States Pro Kart Series ’16 #3 9 3 1047
SKUSA SpringNationals ’16 #1 9 3 1070
SKUSA SuperNationals ’16 10 11 1052
SKUSA WinterNationals ’17 #1 9.5 3 1112
SKUSA WinterNationals ’17 #2 9.5 3 1112

Inside the Stats
Average Finish: 4.14
Average Points: 1072.14
Total Points: 7505

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TaG ‘On the Move’ – #18
Jacob Gulick
Vancouver, Washington

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2017 is the rookie Senior season for Rolison Performance Group driver Jacob Gulick. The Kosmic pilot was among the quickest all winter at the Challenge of the Americas, placing in the top-five four times, including his first Senior podium during the Sonoma weekend. Add in a top-five at the Streets of Willow with California PKC, Gulick is on the fast track to putting himself further up the Driver Rankings as the season progresses. Now at a track he is very familiar with, Gulick will look to improve on his finishes from the WinterNationals where he finished outside the top-20.

Point Breakdown

Race Rank Finish Points
Challenge of the Americas ’17 #1 9 4 964
Challenge of the Americas ’17 #2 9 4 964
Challenge of the Americas ’17 #3 9 6 933
Challenge of the Americas ’17 #4 9 7 923
California ProKart Challenge ’17 #2 9 5 965
Challenge of the Americas ’17 #5 9 2 1002
Challenge of the Americas ’17 #6 9 4 976

Inside the Stats
Average Finish: 4.57
Average Points: 961
Total Points: 6727


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.


TaG Driver Rankings Powered by Bell Racing USA – as of April 27, 2017

Pos. Mar. 29 Plus/Minus Driver Races Score
1. 1 NC Jake Craig 12 7621
2. 2 NC Ryan Norberg 27 7585
3. 4 1 Brandon Jarsocrak 27 7505
4. 5 1 Zach Holden 17 7501
5. 8 3 Christian Brooks 16 7446
6. 3 -3 Brandon Lemke 19 7440
7. 6 -1 Braden Eves 22 7395
8. 7 -1 Austin Garrison 26 7274
9. 10 1 Nicky Hays 12 7014
10. 11 1 David Ilavia 16 7003
11. 9 -2 TJ Koyen 20 7000
12. 12 NC Jacob Donald 16 6920
13. 17 4 Kellen Ritter 20 6917
14. 13 -1 AJ Myers 8 6888
15. 14 -1 Bradley Zilisch 14 6888
16. 16 NC Max Hewitt 23 6879
17. 15 -2 Armin Cavkusic 18 6863
18. 18 NC Brenden Baker 9 6771
19. 39 20 Jacob Gulick 10 6727
20. 22 2 Kyle Dupell 17 6698
21. 20 -1 Nick Ramirez 11 6680
22. 21 -1 Alexander Kardashian 13 6671
23. 23 NC Stepanova Nekeel 9 6612
24. 24 NC Colby DuBato 13 6568
25. 32 7 Adam Smalley 10 6520
26. 26 NC Ryan Raffa 21 6504
27. 28 1 Dario Cangialosi 21 6502
28. 27 -1 Mike McAndrews 8 6501
29. 29 NC Kyle Kirkwood 7 6484
30. 42 12 Enzo Prevost 13 6473
31. 31 NC Abby McLaughlin 28 6451
32. 33 1 Derek Wang 10 6442
33. 37 4 Lane Vacala 34 6424
34. 25 -9 Billy Musgrave 9 6421
35. 34 -1 Mick Gabriel 12 6383
36. 35 -1 Michael Geringer 8 6364
37. 38 1 Calvin Ming 8 6358
38. 36 -2 Walker Hess 8 6353
39. 41 2 Josh Hotz 19 6340
40. 19 -21 Jonathan Kotyk 8 6322
41. 46 5 Nic LeDuc 9 6286
42. 85 43 Jake Venberg 8 6275
43. 83 40 Cody Kelleher 7 6268
44. 45 1 Zach Pettinicchi 17 6190
45. 63 18 Alejandro Marquez 13 6184
46. 47 1 Logan Cusson 7 6165
47. 49 2 Worawong Komarakul 10 6117
48. 44 -4 Nathan Adds 8 5997
49. 48 -1 Luke van Herwaarde 9 5992
50. 50 NC Olivia Horn 7 5992
51. 51 NC Jonathan Yobbagy 12 5972
52. 58 6 Aaron Bromberek 18 5963
53. 87 34 Christian Cole 7 5963
54. 53 -1 Joseph Budzinski 12 5957
55. 68 13 Kyle Apuzzo 9 5945
56. 56 NC Dominic Giansiracusa 11 5939
57. 54 -3 Adam Crepin 12 5931
58. 55 -3 Rudy Agras 7 5906
59. 62 3 Brett Mitchell 13 5902
60. 59 -1 Anthony Sawyer 7 5859
61. 60 -1 Thomas Beaudoin 8 5852
62. 52 -10 Kyle Loh 8 5844
63. 67 4 AJ Zale 10 5829
64. 74 10 Nathan Ratton 8 5813
65. 64 -1 Andrew Wilson 9 5771
66. 118 52 Matthew Taskinen 6 5760
67. 69 2 Monroe Jordan 8 5750
68. 65 -3 Jarett Belge 7 5743
69. 70 1 Porter Weisensel 11 5726
70. 57 -13 Julia Boos 7 5667
71. 73 2 Gary Roehl 9 5654
72. 72 NC Brendan Fabular 9 5652
73. 75 2 Robby Seward 6 5630
74. 76 2 Galo Barros III 8 5614
75. 71 -4 Charlie Jafari 7 5606
76. 77 1 Miguel Mier 8 5567
77. 79 2 Luke Selliken 6 5555
78. 98 20 Arthur Leist 6 5542
79. 80 1 Dominick Ferrara 7 5536
80. 82 2 Blake Hunt 6 5518
81. 40 -41 Andrew Bujdoso 6 5440
82. 81 -1 Michael Avansino 6 5379
83. 78 -5 Rocco Cannata 7 5360
84. 84 NC Justin Neu 6 5300
85. 61 -24 Nick Landi 6 5023
86. 91 5 Leonardo Stoia 6 4995
87. 90 3 Remo Ruscitti 6 4995
88. 93 5 James K Russell 6 4965
89. 66 -23 Roberto Perez 6 4961
90. 94 4 Matt Stagl 6 4930
91. 95 4 Louie Pagano 5 4902
92. 114 22 John Berry 6 4883
93. 96 3 Marcellus Dukes 6 4821
94. 117 23 Bryce Choquer 5 4814
95. 30 -65 Coltin McCaughan 5 4686
96. 154 58 Lance Fenderson 5 4681
97. 120 23 Gabriel Paturle 5 4587
98. 43 -55 Elliot Finlayson 5 4492
99. 86 -13 Garrett Johnston 5 4440
100. 100 NC Bradley Dezall 5 4421
101. 101 NC Carson Kapica 5 4391
102. 102 NC Mason Frank 5 4367
103. 89 -14 Spencer Kunz 5 4356
104. 88 -16 Victor Franzoni 5 4345
105. 99 -6 Ethan Barrett 5 4321
106. 135 29 Jake Drew 5 4314
107. 104 -3 Josh Sarchet 5 4255
108. 105 -3 Jessica Dezall 5 4242
109. 132 23 Stephen Mallozzi 5 4242
110. 107 -3 Ayrton Kazee 5 4237
111. 106 -5 Samuel Gerlof 5 4202
112. 108 -4 Adam Rylance 5 4145
113. 109 -4 Kindra Hurlbert 5 4116
114. 110 -4 Antonio de Lis 5 4110
115. 111 -4 Andre Nicastro 4 4026
116. 112 -4 Jamie McAllister 5 4011
117. 145 28 Zia Harvey 5 4007
118. 151 33 Andrick Zeen 4 3977
119. 113 -6 Marco Maestranzi 4 3972
120. 115 -5 Kirby Spraggins 5 3932
121. 119 -2 Samuel Lupien 4 3875
122. 116 -6 Giovanni Shadd 5 3869
123. 248 125 Kaz Sinnott 5 3800
124. 121 -3 Noel Dowler 4 3734
125. 153 28 Ryan MacDermid 4 3730
126. 205 79 Alex Bertagnoli 4 3728
127. 124 -3 Dante Yu 4 3693
128. 123 -5 Parker McKean 4 3646
129. 133 4 Michael Bovim 4 3587
130. 127 -3 Dalton Dow 4 3553
131. 125 -6 Jett Noland 4 3548
132. 126 -6 Ryan Martin 4 3532
133. 128 -5 Carter Herrera 4 3500
134. 103 -31 Scott Saunders 4 3479
135. 92 -43 Garrett Moran 4 3439
136. 225 89 Henry Brass 4 3432
137. 134 -3 Jeremy Neilands 4 3429
138. 136 -2 Derek Martin 4 3405
139. 137 -2 Nick Martin 4 3332
140. 209 69 Dylan North 4 3320
141. 140 -1 Austin Debord 4 3244
142. 142 NC Jarrett Duncovich 4 3228
143. 168 25 Jason Angles 4 3223
144. 144 NC James Armas 4 3220
145. 146 1 Logan Mueller 4 3190
146. 97 -49 David Galownia 4 3171
147. 148 1 Moises De Lavara 4 3166
148. 149 1 Alex Cognac 4 3100
149. 176 27 Joey Paonessa 4 3099
150. 122 -28 Phillippe Denes 3 2720
151. 156 5 Nick Brueckner 3 2685
152. Cal Stewart 3 2664
153. 155 2 Michael Michoff 3 2637
154. 157 3 Jordan Sherratt 3 2599
155. Nick Short 3 2584
156. 138 -18 Michael Lin 3 2525
157. 129 -28 Matt Johnson 3 2494
158. 346 188 Jacob Abel 3 2481
159. 160 1 Justin Ovejero 3 2473
160. 229 69 Aidan Yoder 3 2469
161. 161 NC Mateo Diaz 3 2467
162. 163 1 Tom Dyer 3 2458
163. 165 2 Richard Lee 3 2440
164. 166 2 Austin Bialaski 3 2436
165. 141 -24 Kennan Hertzner 3 2426
166. 143 -23 Simone Perego 3 2426
167. 169 2 Roger Weekes 3 2423
168. 224 56 Hans Thomsen 3 2422
169. 170 1 Andriy Tsyupka 3 2417
170. 172 2 Gabe Bargas 3 2376
171. 173 2 Joel Wishnewski 3 2376
172. 338 166 Brad Brittin 3 2372
173. 147 -26 Alex Salsbury 3 2369
174. 228 54 John Bonanno 3 2314
175. 256 81 Baylor Griffin 3 2284
176. 257 81 Alex Geicius 3 2257
177. 177 NC Cedrik Lupien 2 2123
178. 152 -26 Oliver Askew 2 2027
179. 178 -1 Artie Carpenter 2 2019
180. 179 -1 Austin McCusker 2 1904
181. Stephen Dial 2 1868
182. 181 -1 Marc-Antoine Poirier 2 1845
183. 193 10 Mason Buck 2 1839
184. 182 -2 Scott Kopp 2 1836
185. 184 -1 Mathias Ramirez 2 1816
186. 185 -1 Sam Cate 2 1792
187. 186 -1 Breanna Miscione 2 1782
188. 200 12 Bryce Cornet 2 1782
189. 278 89 Nick RosenGrant 2 1778
190. 188 -2 Blaine Rocha 2 1768
191. 189 -2 Roger Ralston Jr. 2 1766
192. 190 -2 Jim Russell Jr. 2 1764
193. 191 -2 Ben Maxfield 2 1762
194. 130 -64 Christopher Mann 2 1761
195. Ashley Rogero 2 1760
196. 192 -4 Colton Aldridge 2 1759
197. Kristin Rheaume 2 1750
198. 194 -4 James Hayner 2 1749
199. 330 131 Gary Lyles 2 1745
200. 195 -5 Austin Elliott 2 1738
201. 196 -5 Edward Fortier 2 1738
202. 309 107 Luis Perez 2 1735
203. 293 90 Matt Stretch 2 1727
204. 291 87 Jordan Redlin 2 1725
205. 197 -8 Nicolas Dapero 2 1719
206. 221 15 Eduardo Barrichello 2 1714
207. 199 -8 Kiron Chakraborty 2 1709
208. Billy Lewis 2 1702
209. 306 97 Kevin Janders 2 1695
210. 201 -9 Mark Boos 2 1694
211. 285 74 Peyton Long 2 1692
212. Sullivan Sherill 2 1691
213. 202 -11 Austin Wilkins 2 1689
214. 203 -11 Maria Fernandez 2 1684
215. 206 -9 David Kalb Jr. 2 1680
216. 207 -9 Augusto Soto-Schirripa 2 1679
217. 208 -9 Savannah Croutcher 2 1678
218. 210 -8 Jimmy Simpson 2 1670
219. 211 -8 Alfred Gagliardi 2 1666
220. 212 -8 Andres Karam 2 1665
221. 213 -8 Michael Ilavia 2 1662
222. 214 -8 Ryan Rush 2 1662
223. 215 -8 Matteo Vigano 2 1660
224. 216 -8 Jesse Gutierrez 2 1659
225. 139 -86 Austin Schulz 2 1657
226. 242 16 Nico de Brujin 2 1657
227. 217 -10 Xander Clements 2 1654
228. 218 -10 Paige Evans 2 1653
229. 219 -10 Adam Isman 2 1650
230. 158 -72 Jake French 2 1649
231. 308 77 Axel Cabrera 2 1648
232. 220 -12 Carlos Calderon 2 1648
233. 162 -71 Franco Carabretta 2 1648
234. 222 -12 Derek Dignan 2 1638
235. 223 -12 Lucas Kohl 2 1636
236. 226 -10 Jacob Astren 2 1629
237. 227 -10 Shaun Hodgson 2 1629
238. 353 115 Brendan Burcroff 2 1612
239. 230 -9 Chris Wilberg 2 1612
240. 231 -9 Nicholas Leone 2 1609
241. 164 -77 Jess Peterson 2 1608
242. 232 -10 Christian Ray 2 1604
243. 233 -10 Chase Outcault 2 1602
244. Billy Crane 2 1601
245. 235 -10 Sean Mann 2 1599
246. 236 -10 Alex Nowysz 2 1598
247. 237 -10 James Moeller 2 1596
248. 238 -10 Paige Wallin 2 1594
249. 239 -10 Matt Solarczyk 2 1593
250. 241 -9 Rafael Diaz 2 1591
251. Eric Huang 2 1584
252. 243 -9 Paul Meise 2 1584
253. 159 -94 Greg Osborne Jr. 2 1582
254. 245 -9 Stan Crocker 2 1580
255. Blake Weiss 2 1577
256. 246 -10 Pedro Goulart 2 1572
257. 150 -107 Chase Dow 2 1570
258. 333 75 Alfonso Perri 2 1567
259. 259 NC Andy Miller 2 1566
260. 247 -13 David Osborne 2 1566
261. 250 -11 Daniel Roeper 2 1561
262. Grant Vogel 2 1559
263. 171 -92 Matthew Paesch 2 1558
264. 251 -13 Matias Lopez 2 1557
265. 374 109 Shane McCourt 2 1557
266. 174 -92 Andre Irigoyen 2 1556
267. 252 -15 Spencer Patterson 2 1551
268. 261 -7 Adam White 2 1544
269. 375 106 Mason Cohen 2 1535
270. 254 -16 Mark Donato 2 1534
271. 255 -16 Russell Soto 2 1525
272. 258 -14 Kingsley So 2 1505
273. 378 105 Patrick O’Hare 2 1484
274. 260 -14 Sara Misir 2 1482
275. 175 -100 Darin Marcus 2 1476
276. 368 92 Vincent Fontecchio 2 1476
277. 262 -15 Aidan Abdulali 2 1473
278. 395 117 Jeff Colegrove 2 1328
279. 264 -15 Zachary Claman-Demelo 1 1157
280. 265 -15 Joshua Car 1 1145
281. 266 -15 Jorge Pescador 1 1098
282. Phil Giebler 1 1005
283. 267 -16 Henkie Waldschmit 1 993
284. 268 -16 Chance Skaufel 1 989
285. 269 -16 Esteban Fernandez 1 981
286. 270 -16 Ignacio Espinosa 1 958
287. 180 -107 Trenton Estep 1 957
288. 271 -17 Marco DiLeo 1 948
289. 272 -17 Thomas Drouet 1 938
290. 273 -17 Aaron Snyder 1 929
291. 274 -17 David Malukas 1 929
292. 275 -17 Fabio Orsolon 1 927
293. 276 -17 David Sera 1 923
294. 277 -17 Josh Lane 1 920
295. 279 -16 Carlee Taylor 1 907
296. 280 -16 Dustin Stross 1 905
297. 281 -16 Bruno Romano 1 900
298. 282 -16 Jason North 1 891
299. 283 -16 Shelby Sander 1 889
300. 284 -16 Jordi Marcon 1 888
301. Keith Holbrook 1 881
302. 287 -15 Dylan Palatin 1 879
303. 288 -15 Marco Eakins 1 879
304. 289 -15 Carlos Almeida 1 877
305. 290 -15 Phillip Orcic 1 876
306. Brenden DeLorto 1 874
307. Ryan C. Lewis 1 869
308. 292 -16 Nicolas Blanchard 1 868
309. 294 -15 Mike Bartels 1 865
310. 295 -15 Blake Horseman 1 863
311. 296 -15 Brandon Beauchamp 1 859
312. 298 -14 Santiago Garcia Fagalde 1 858
313. 299 -14 Anthony Honeywell 1 854
314. 300 -14 Patrick Dennehy 1 854
315. 301 -14 Alexander Muller 1 853
316. 302 -14 Nicolas Carbon Martinez 1 851
317. 303 -14 Jaimie Sander 1 849
318. 304 -14 Junrong Chen 1 847
319. 305 -14 Jesse Krill 1 846
320. 307 -13 Morgan Healey 1 844
321. Adam Gleason 1 842
322. Mitchell Strahan 1 833
323. 310 -13 Franco Gonzalez Manta 1 832
324. 311 -13 Daniel Berry 1 831
325. 312 -13 Grant Palmer 1 830
326. 313 -13 Menwa Arakelian 1 829
327. 314 -13 Dallas Hollins 1 828
328. 315 -13 Mark Vielgut 1 823
329. 318 -11 Paul Verboonen 1 822
330. 320 -10 Billy Cleavelin 1 820
331. 204 -127 Zach Rivera 1 820
332. 322 -10 Chris Maxson 1 818
333. 323 -10 John Balen 1 818
334. 324 -10 Tyler DeGraff 1 818
335. 325 -10 Jesse Tourino 1 817
336. Alexander Koreiba 1 816
337. 167 -170 Emily Hurlbert 1 815
338. Calder McWhinney 1 814
339. 326 -13 Brandon White 1 812
340. 327 -13 Dan Nyman 1 812
341. 328 -13 Lawrence Marquette 1 812
342. Mark Berman 1 810
343. 331 -12 Agustin Martinez 1 809
344. 332 -12 Michel Manning 1 809
345. 334 -11 Siyu Chen 1 808
346. 335 -11 Jack Dorsen 1 807
347. 336 -11 Manuel Troncoso 1 807
348. 337 -11 Alejandro Fernandez 1 805
349. 339 -10 Carlos Rodriguez Lopez 1 804
350. 340 -10 Neil Alberico 1 803
351. 342 -9 Roman Alekseenkov 1 801
352. 343 -9 Jared Faitz 1 799
353. 344 -9 Jordan Brown Nutley 1 799
354. Ashutosh Rai 1 798
355. 345 -10 Greg Gleisner 1 798
356. 347 -9 Sonny Cervelli 1 798
357. 348 -9 Ayrton Mutagaana 1 797
358. 234 -124 Pedro Cabrera 1 795
359. 349 -10 Zach Banks 1 795
360. 350 -10 Giorgio Carrara 1 794
361. 351 -10 Michael Politis 1 794
362. Carlos Cantu 1 791
363. 352 -11 Matt Keyes 1 790
364. 355 -9 Chris Mann 1 787
365. 356 -9 Parker Locke 1 787
366. 357 -9 Varun Balasubramaniam 1 787
367. 358 -9 Jared Burchette 1 786
368. 359 -9 Jordan Turner 1 786
369. 131 -238 Darren Keane 1 783
370. Calen Richmond 1 782
371. 363 -8 Felipe Nicoletti 1 781
372. 365 -7 Hunter Corbitt 1 779
373. 366 -7 Ernie Francis Jr. 1 778
374. 253 -121 Rylee Osborn 1 777
375. 367 -8 Julio Barreiro 1 776
376. 369 -7 Brett Carr 1 770
377. 370 -7 Chase Farley 1 769
378. 371 -7 Juan Arenas 1 768
379. 372 -7 Shay Mayes 1 764
380. 373 -7 Riley Osborn 1 761
381. 240 -141 David Vasquez 1 759
382. 376 -6 Michael Neopolitan 1 759
383. 377 -6 Ryan Miller 1 756
384. 379 -5 Gustavo Rafols 1 749
385. 380 -5 Tripp Gerrald 1 745
386. Danny Nyman 1 741
387. 381 -6 Ben Barnicoat 1 739
388. 382 -6 Paulo Lopes 1 737
389. 383 -6 Max Migliore 1 734
390. 384 -6 Brandon Cusack 1 733
391. 385 -6 Keith McDonnell 1 731
392. 386 -6 Gregorio Josue Perez Perez 1 730
393. Chris McGinley 1 723
394. 387 -7 Sydney Dupont 1 720
395. 388 -7 Daniel Wendel 1 715
396. Teagan McCourt 1 714
397. 389 -8 Ricardo Nunes 1 706
398. 390 -8 Brandon Collins 1 700
399. Adam Pettit 1 696
400. 391 -9 Alyse Venticinque 1 696
401. 392 -9 Vinicius Ponce 1 681
402. 393 -9 Marciano Santos 1 678
403. 394 -9 Jamie Gonzalez 1 668

Source : ekarting.com

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David Martin-Janiak Motorsports has always been a passion for me, I've raced in Karting and now I have my own Motorsports news website, so i can help other racers convey their passion to the world!

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