Hocking resident Degan Davey was among the talented newcomers at the Gidgegannup Junior Training and Education Centre.
‘With Father’s Day on, it was great to see the dads down and helping out on the tracks,’ Motorcycling WA project officer Oly (Damon) Pages-Oliver said.
‘Lindsie Jack, from Chidlow, showed again why she is such a great rider, only giving up first place to Joshua Scovell, from Carramar, who posted the fastest time on the accelerate and brake course.’
Joe Venables also showed great form and Oskar Thomas showed great technique.
The round six Minikhana event will be held at Pinjar Junior Training and Education Centre this Sunday, September 21, 9am-3pm.
Mr Pages-Oliver said this weekend’s event was set to be one of the best of the season. Register before September 20 at www.motorcyclingwa.org.au.