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American Driver
Prospects Ranking
For Open Wheel Road Racing
September 26, 2012

The September ranking features the top 15 American driver prospects for open wheel road racing. The next ranking will appear on July 31, 2013.

  Driver Last Month
1 Conor Daly (GP3)
A fairly strong ending to his GP3 campaign topped with a third at Spa and a fourth at Monza, maintaining his final finishing position of sixth in points.
2 Alexander Rossi (F-Renault 3.5)
An eighth and a ninth at Hungaroring dropped him another position in the standings to 11th.
3t Gabby Chaves (Star Mazda)
His first victory (Laguna Seca) along with a pole, a second, and a third at Baltimore moved him up to second in the championship.
3t Connor De Phillippi (Star Mazda)
Two seconds and two thirds, one each at Laguna Seca and Baltimore, moved him up one spot in the standings to third.
3t Sage Karam (Star Mazda)
Grabbed another victory (Baltimore), but problems in other races cost him points and two spots in the standings to fourth.
6 Spencer Pigot (USF2000)
Despite a win at Baltimore and two victories, both from pole, at VIR, he still finished second in the championship with a total of eight wins and 11 podiums in 14 races.
7 Felix Serralles (British F3)
A victory at Silverstone and two sevenths kept him second in points.
8 Wyatt Gooden (F2000)
F2000 Championship Series did not compete this month.
9 Scott Anderson (USF2000)
Mixed results with a second and fifth at Baltimore and a sixth at VIR. He was able to keep third spot in the final standings.
10 Jack Eidson (Skip Barber)
Two seconds and two thirds, one each at Autobahn and Laguna Seca, moved him to the top spot in the standings.
11 Brandon Newey (F1600)
F1600 Championship Series did not compete this month.
12 Trent Hindman (USF2000)
Came back from a poor time at Baltimore to take a third at VIR, moving him up one spot to fifth in the points.
13 Kyle Connery (F2000)
F2000 Championship Series did not compete this month.
14 Jack Mitchell, Jr. (Skip Barber)
A win and third at Laguna Seca followed two fourths at Autobahn. He was selected as a Team USA Scholarship winner to compete in England next month.
15 Bobby Kelley (Pacific F2000)
Two wins at Buttonwillow, one from pole, kept him first in the championship.
Dropped out: None.

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