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American Driver
Prospects Ranking
For Open Wheel Road Racing
November 26, 2014

The November ranking features the top 15 American driver prospects for open wheel road racing.


  Driver Last Rank
1 Gabby Chaves (Indy Lights)
The Indy Lights season ended in August where he took the title.
1
2 Spencer Pigot (Pro Mazda)
The Pro Mazda season ended in August where he took the title.
2
3 Conor Daly (GP2)
After losing his ride, found a spot for the season finale at Abu Dhabi where he got knocked off the track, eventually finishing 20th and 15th.
3
4 Alexander Rossi (GP2)
After hooking up with Marussia and appearing set for a F1 debut at COTA, Marussia dropped out of F1.
4
5t Matthew Brabham (Indy Lights)
The Indy Lights season ended in August where he took fourth in the final standings.
5t
5t RC Enerson (USF2000)
The USF2000 season ended in August where he took second in the final standings.
5t
7 Skylar Robinson (F2000)
A victory from pole in the final race of the season at Watkins Glen kept him second in the championship.
7
8 Jack Eidson (USF2000)
The USF2000 season ended in August where he took third in the final standings.
8
9 Zach Veach (Indy Lights)
The Indy Lights season ended in August where he took third in the final standings.
9
10 Luke Gabin (Skip Barber)
Wrapped up the summer series championship with a fourth and third along with a pole at Road America and a win and fifth along with a pole at Lime Rock.
10
11 Aaron Telitz (USF2000)
After finishing fourth in the championship, went to England as a Team USA Scholarship winner. In the Formula Ford Festival, won the qualifying race, won the semifinal race, and then got knocked out of the finals. In the Walter Hayes Trophy, finished second in the progression race after starting 22nd and then took 11th in the finals.
12
12 Michai Stephens (Skip Barber)
A second and fifth kept him in the runner up spot in the standings as he missed the final weekend because he headed off to England as a Team USA Scholarship winner. There, he got knocked out of the semifinal race for the Formula Ford Festival, but rebounded by finishing third in the finals of the Walter Hayes Trophy.
15
13 Neil Alberico (Pro Mazda)
The Pro Mazda season ended in August where he took third in the final standings.
11
14 Garth Rickards (F1600)
A win and a fifth at Watkins Glen kept him in second in the standings. Then, did some Skip Barber events, which included a second at Road America and ending with a victory at Lime Rock.
14
15 Kyle Kaiser (Pro Mazda)
The Pro Mazda season ended in August where he took sixth in the final standings.
13
Dropped out: None.

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