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Congrats to the International K1RS Points Leaders from 2020!

the trophies for the top 3 out of 50 k1rs leaders

A big round of applause to everyone who made into K1 Speed’s Top 50 from around the world! We were surprised to see that four racers from the Top 5 were new to the K1RS leaderboard. What a way to announce yourself!

 

And we know 2020 wasn’t an easy year to squeeze in racing, so it’s even more impressive to see these names. That’s a lot of racing and a lot of fastest laps/beaten opponents! Thank you and congrats to every racer on this page for generating some GOOD news during 2020!

THE 2020 TOP 5 INTERNATIONAL K1RS POINTS LEADERS

#1: Denis Shakhovskii | Ontario, CA | 12,636 points

 

Denis Shakhovskii, who races all over Southern California, was No.1 in 2019, and he’s back at the top again in 2020! He amassed an incredible amount of points, but his competition wasn’t as far behind this year..

 

Denis will receive:

    • 1st Place Trophy
    • $1,250
    • 20 Free Races
    • Exclusive 2020 K1RS Top 50 Hat

 

#2: Haydn Wooten | Concord, NC | 10,982 points

 

Haydn Wooten debuts on K1 Speed’s Top 50 leaderboard as runner-up! If that wasn’t impressive enough, Wooten is also Concord’s 2020 GoPro Challenge GP Champion! Congrats, Haydn!

 

Haydn will receive:

  • 2nd Place Trophy
  • $950
  • 15 Free Races
  • Exclusive 2020 K1RS Top 50 Hat

 

#3: Eric Narducci | Sacramento, CA | 10,754 points

 

Eric Narducci, who races out of Sacramento, is yet another newcomer to the K1RS Top 50 leaderboard. Well done, Eric!

 

Eric will receive:

  • 3rd Place Trophy
  • $750
  • 10 Free Races
  • Exclusive 2020 K1RS Top 50 Hat

 

#4: Johnny Combs | Indianapolis, IN | 10,734 points

 

Johnny Combs, who races out of Indianapolis, came SO close to getting into the Top 3. He was just 20 points from tying Eric Narducci (probably just one or two races away!), but it’s a great way to enter the K1RS leaderboard. He’s also our 2020 GoPro Challenge GP runner-up at our Indy location. Congrats, Johnny!

 

Johnny will receive:

  • $400
  • 5 Free Races
  • Exclusive 2020 K1RS Top 50 Hat

 

#5: Shawn Anderson | Salt Lake City, UT | 9,243 points

 

Shawn Anderson, who races out of Salt Lake City, is another rookie to our K1RS Top 50 leaderboard. Fantastic job, Shawn!

 

Shawn will receive:

  • $250
  • 5 Free Races
  • Exclusive 2020 K1RS Top 50 Hat

 

Congratulations to all our Top 5 once again, and if you happen to see any of these racers at their local K1 Speed take a moment and congratulate them. Then ask them for some tips.

The Complete 2020 International K1RS Top 50

The International Top 50 who will have their names on a plaque in every location, and will receive an exclusive 2020 Top 50 hat. And if any of these racers are American plus 14 years of age or older, they have also qualified to compete in California in our United States Championship – part of the K1 Speed e World Championship – as all of them have more than 4,000 points.

  1. Denis Shakhovskii | Ontario, CA | 12,636 points
  2. Haydn Wooten | Concord, NC | 10,982 points
  3. Eric Narducci | Sacramento, CA | 10,754 points
  4. Johnny Combs | Indianapolis, IN | 10,734 points
  5. Shawn Anderson | Salt Lake City, UT | 9,243 points
  6. Ryan Vincent | San Diego, CA | 8,568 points
  7. Fernando Jimenez | Anaheim, CA | 7,876 points
  8. Spencer Stilwell | Concord, NC | 7,854 points
  9. Joe Smith | San Diego, CA | 7,460 points
  10. Toshi Gibson | San Diego, CA || 7,376 points
  11. Aidan Quinn | Irvine, CA | 7,362 points
  12. Landen Combs | Indianapolis, IN | 7,312 points
  13. Issam Nahas | Houston, TX | 6,594 points
  14. Bud Holmes | Indianapolis, IN | 6,366 points
  15. Steven Dekeyser | Irvine, CA | 6,330 points
  16. Christopher Youtsey | Indianapolis, IN | 6,202 points
  17. Marty Casarez | Arlington, TX | 5,876 points
  18. Wrigley Corales | Anaheim, CA | 5,856 points
  19. Stephen Hennesy | Salt Lake City, UT | 5,800 points
  20. Clive Uston | Fort Lauderdale, FL | 5,722 points
  21. Mattia Chemolli | Irvine, CA | 5,578 points
  22. Terry Gao | Shenzhen, China | 5,474 points
  23. Payton Anderson | Salt Lake City, UT | 5,421 points
  24. Willy Mulder | Portland, OR | 5,394 points
  25. Dustin White | Denver, CO | 5,260 points
  26. Evan Garvy | Irvine, CA | 5,172 points
  27. David Dupree | Orlando, CA | 5,156 points
  28. Vincent Azua | Anaheim, CA | 5,154 points
  29. Alfonso Dominguez | Torrance | 5,144 points
  30. Bhanu Yedla | Atlanta, GA | 5,096 points
  31. Ashley Combs | Indianapolis, IN | 5,066 points
  32. Tyler Bennett | Concord, NC | 5,010 points
  33. Tanner Foster | Phoenix, AZ | 4,934 points
  34. Michael Tanagretta | San Diego, CA | 4,878 points
  35. Levy Deplush | San Francisco, CA | 4,800 points
  36. David Haraldsen | Phoenix, AZ | 4,754 points
  37. Gabriel Diaz | Ontario, CA | 4,626 points
  38. Shelby Beverly | Atlanta, GA | 4,542 points
  39. Eldy Gonzalez | Canóvanas, Puerto Rico | 4,418 points
  40. Luis Vazquez | Atlanta, GA | 4,338 points
  41. David Ramirez | Anaheim, CA | 4,336 points
  42. Orlando Rodrigues | Carlsbad, CA | 4,246 points
  43. Jason Wallace | Denver, CO | 4,168 points
  44. Nandini Breggin | Denver, CO | 4,154 points
  45. Supannee Haraldsen | Phoenix, CA | 4,146 points
  46. Randy Chrisholm | Bend, OR | 4,135 points
  47. Tyjai Buford | Dublin, CA | 4,122 points
  48. Sean O’Hearn | Irvine, CA | 4,102 points
  49. Amber Garcia | Anaheim, CA | 4,034 points
  50. Taylor Bean | Austin, TX | 4,028 points

Start Earning Those 2021 K1RS Points!

Now it’s time to begin the 2021 K1RS season! Will Denis claim the number one spot yet again? Will YOU be the one to unseat him? It’s time to go racing and score those points – let’s see what you’ve all got!

Comments
  • Mike Taylor

    Will challengers be held to running in just adult or junior races this year? Marketing has already says that racer would be allowed to flip flop for one year when they can move up to adult races.

    • Staff Writer

      Hello, Mike! Yes, what you said pertains to our Challenge GP/Junior League races. For Arrive & Drive racing, racers can race in either Junior or Adult karts as long as they meet and our safety requirements. Hope this clears things up!

  • Chris Demaras

    Hey K1 Speed. Don’t you think it’s time for the “International Leaderboard”? With locations in Canada, Mexico, Puerto Rico, South Korea, China, and France now open (and locations in 3 more countries opening soon) that National Leaderboard just doesn’t recognize the efforts of racers in 9 of 10 countries with K1 Speed locations. There;’s Canadians who would have been in the Top 100 last year, who are already in your Top 20 this year…but not listed on your leaderboard. It’s just un-America not to recognize individual achievement!

    • Staff Writer

      Chris, not a bad idea! Hmm.. we’ll look into that! Thanks for the suggestion!

  • Mario Macias

    Are K1RS Points reset every year? I noticed that on my first visit of 2019, I had lost all previous points and was re-set at 1200. I organize a monthly event at Addison with my car club and noticed that we were all re-set in January. I’m just trying to get some clarity.

    • Staff Writer

      Mario, yes everybody’s K1RS points resets back to 1200 at the start of every year. Let’s see how many you can accumulate in 2019 – see you all at the track!

  • Chris Demaras

    Looks like you’ve got 3 international competitors in the Top 50. Daniel (25th) and Santiago (38th) from Canada as well as Hector (16th) from Puerto Rico. Impressive to see how well the new locations have performed. I think it makes this Top 50 all the more impressive to know that it’s a worldwide points competition now.

  • Robert H.

    Hello… it mentions that the top 50 K1RS members get an exclusive t-shirt. Is there anything the members have to do to receive it??
    From the Website:
    “At the end of the year, the K1RS Top 50 receive exclusive, limited-edition, K1RS Top 50 t-shirts”

    • Staff Writer

      Hey Robert! All Top 50 Winners received an exclusive hat instead this year. We’re sorry we didn’t update the page, we will do that now. Let us know if Michael didn’t receive his hat!

  • Ellis Vance

    Any news on the World Championship?

    • Staff Writer

      Hey Ellis! Not yet, as we’re still in the middle of the pandemic. We’re hoping sometime towards the end of the year, once it’s easier to arrange the international logistics. We’ll let you know as soon we know, but rest assured, anyone who has qualified will get their invite once the time comes. We appreciate your patience in the meantime.

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