Gold Coast racer Harrison Voight excelled at one of the most prestigious stops on a junior dirt tracker's calendar at the weekend's Casey Stoner Cup at Kurri Kurri.
The talented 11-year-old rising dirt tracker and road racer won all three classes he entered at the event.
The annual Tradecore Industries Casey Stoner Cup meeting was staged at the Loxford Park Raceway, and saw Mackenzie Childs score an emphatic win in the senior Casey Stoner Cup, while Bailey Spencer won the Pro 250 over Angus Hutchinson and Jack Griffen.
Racing throughout the junior classes was of the highest calibre and showed that the future of the sport is in good hands.
The result of the Junior Casey Stoner Cup saw local rider Ryan Smith come out on top in his first open meeting since entering his new age bracket.
Smith held off 2017 triple Australian champion Kye Andrews and Cyshan Weale.
Talented Queenslander Cyshan Weale had earlier dominated the 2-stroke class, while Andrews was impressive winning the 4-stroke class, both times with Queenslander Tristian Adamson and Victorian Max Berry in the minor placings.
Gold Coaster Voight won the 85cc 4-stroke Mod class, the 85cc small wheel 11-13 years class, and the 11-13years 85cc big wheel, in a performance which bodes well for the national championships in June.
Riley Nauta rounded out the class wins for the Queenslanders.