Macleay riders Jayden Holder and Jack Fritsch steered their way through a quality field to earn top three finishes at the 2019 Honda Australian Junior Motor Cycle Dirt Track Championships held at Somersby on September 28 and 29.
Jayden claimed the Australian title in the 85/150cc Under-11 after he dominated the division over the weekend.
The 10-year-old won four heats and finished in second in the other and led from start to finish over the six laps of the final.
However, Jayden, who was returning to competition after a few months off, struggled to get a start on the 65cc.
Jayden managed to qualify for the final and worked his way to a third place finish.
Meanwhile Jack, who recently finished third in the 85cc Modified at the NSW titles, claimed third place in the same division at the Australian titles.
Jack's father Jason said his son improved over the weekend, as they made adjustments to his bike and Jack became accustomed to the new track.
"Saturday was a bit of a shocker for him but Sunday was different. Dale Anderson, who has given Jack a lot of support, made a few changes to the suspension and gearing and Jack started to get the hang of the track and he performed much better," Jason told the Argus.
"Jack had a bad start in the final and was about 10th at the first corner but he worked his way through the pack and managed to get third place. It was a tremendous effort."
Jack also reached the final of the 65cc and 85cc divisions.
Jason claims his son, who started competing at the age of five, has improved drastically over the last year.
"Jack has been chipping away and finishing consistently in the top five for the last 12 months," he said.
Jack's next event will be the NSW Long Track titles at Somersby in November.
Jayden hasn't competed in a few months and his uncle Dylan is hopeful the Kempsey community can lend support to help his nephew pursue his dreams.
"He's been off for a bit to have a break but also competing and travelling is really expensive," Dylan said.
"We need some sponsors to come on board and help him for the 2020 season to ensure he can compete at all of the events and keep going on his journey."
Dylan thanked Jayden's current sponsors for their support; Leroy Day, Domino's Pizza, MCN Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, T&C Plumbing, X-Tract Performance, Crisp Racing, OPRacing and Trent O'Donnell.
"Without people like them, Jayden's dreams wouldn't be possible," he said.
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