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American Driver
Prospects Ranking
For Open Wheel Road Racing
September 29, 2010

The September ranking features the top 15 American driver prospects for open wheel road racing. Here is the press release for this month's ranking. The next ranking will appear on November 10, 2010.


  Driver Last Month
1 Conor Daly (Star Mazda)
Clinched the Star Mazda Championship with one race to go thanks to another victory from pole. Now has seven victories, nine poles, and 11 out of 12 podium finishes.
1t
2 Alexander Rossi (GP3)
Finished the inaugural GP3 series with a fourth place points finish thanks to a second at Spa.
1t
3 Josef Newgarden (GP3)
Finished the season with his best finish, a fifth at Monza. That came after starting and finishing seventh in the Monza feature race.
3
4 Gabby Chaves (Italian F3)
Moved up two spots in the standings thanks to three top ten finishes, including a fourth at Vallelunga.
4
5 Connor De Phillippi (Star Mazda)
Moved up to fourth place in the standings with a third place finish at Mosport after starting sixth.
6
6 Charlie Kimball (Indy Lights)
Remained third in the standings after a disappointing 14th at Chicagoland followed by a sixth place at Kentucky after starting third.
5
7 Cole Morgan (F2000)
Locked up second place in the final standings after a third (after starting eighth) and second at Mid-Ohio.
7
8 Matt Lee (Italian F3)
Lee continues to improve by leaps and bounds. Scored a fifth and seventh at Varano moving up a spot in the standings.
11
9 Spencer Pigot (Skip Barber)
The Skip Barber National had the month of September off. They finish their season at Road Atlanta. Pigot was invited to the Team USA Scholarship shootout.
8
10 Sage Karam (USF2000)
USF000 National Championship also was on hiatus this month, and they too complete their year at Road Atlanta.
9
11 Dennis Trebing (Skip Barber)
The Skip Barber National had the month of September off. They finish their season at Road Atlanta.
10
12 Jonathan Scarallo (F2000)
A fourth place finish at Mid-Ohio was enough to move Scarallo up one spot in the final standings. He was invited to the Team USA Scholarship shootout.
12
13 Miles Maroney (Pacific F2000)
The Pacific F2000 returned to action, and Maroney swept the races at Buttonwillow, one from the pole. He was invited to the Team USA Scholarship shootout.
14
14 Felix Serralles (Skip Barber)
The Skip Barber National had the month of September off. They finish their season at Road Atlanta. Serralles was invited to the Team USA Scholarship shootout.
13
15 Chris Livengood (F2000)
Finally got his breakthrough victory in the F2000 Championship Series in the penultimate race at Mid-Ohio. Finished the season with four top fives and a pole.
NR
Dropped out: Ashley Freiberg, Nick Andries.

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