There was plenty to celebrate last weekend as our Australian riders scored victories, podium finishes and accrued crucial points in their respective Championships abroad.
Jack Miller – had plenty to smile about on the new Ducati Panigale V4 S.
Remy Gardner – is back from a short holiday, recharged and ready for the Moto2 Championship fight.
Josh Hook – winners are grinners. After a tough battle Hook’s team came out on top in the 12 hour at Estoril.
Harry Khouri – recovered from his recent injury is hoping for a solid result this weekend in the WorldSSP300.
Wil Ruprecht – had a tough weekend but managed to score two 5th places in Estonia.
Andy Wilksch – was happy with a strong finish in Estonia as he improves at each round.
Jed Beaton – had every reason to smile scoring a 2nd and 3rd placing, for 2nd overall on the weekend at the MXGP of Netherlands.
Wilson Todd – finished the weekend in 9th overall in the MX2 class, and is getting fitter at each round.
Bailey Malkiewicz – had a solid return to MXGP racing after months off recovering from surgery and is very pleased with his effort on the weekend, having only been on the bike for a couple of days prior.
Tahlia O’Hare – after months of training hard the young Australian finally hits the track this weekend.
Mitch Evans – while he would prefer to be on track racing, has undergone crucial surgery in the hope to be back on track as soon as possible.
Tayla Jones – when not competing is always trackside cheering on her fellow female competitors, and giving a shout out to sponsors.
Wil Riordan – testing the strength, durability and traction of his tyres.
Moto 3 Junior World Championship
Joel Kelso – fresh from his Moto 3 victory, Joel sat down with Everything Moto Racing for a chat about his career.
Senna Agius – takes a break from training for a cheeky selfie before he hits Aragon this week.
Harrison Voight – despite having to undergo further surgery, is still smiling.
Red Bull MotoGP Rookies Cup
Billy Van Eerde – training with the best in the business and his good mate MotoGP star Jack Miller.
Brady Kurtz – was in action for the Aces coming away with 10 points for the meeting against the Panthers.
Chris Holder – in a tough match for his Torun team came away with a draw.
Fraser Bowes – had a lucky escape after an incident, but has suffered concussion and damaged ligaments.
Jack Holder – suffered a nasty crash and was taken to hospital for X-rays.
Jaimon Lidsey – Jaimon Lidsey was all smiles returning to where his European speedway career began.
Josh Pickering – and that winning feeling on his debut for the Sheffield Tigers and then backed it up with the Edinburg Monarchs.
Keynan Rew – was firing on track scoring a solid bunch of points.
Max Fricke – has dropped some new fan merchandise which is sure to sell like hot cakes.
Nick Morris – was in fine form for the Lions snatching 13 points against Eastbourne.
Rohan Tungate – was ecstatic to score podium at the XVII Memorial of Edward Jancarz.
Ryan Douglas – scored crucial points for Wolverhampton in their win over Ipswich.
Sam Masters – had an impressive points haul for the Wolves.
Zach Cook – scored a crucial six points for Poole’s draw against Plymouth.
Zane Keleher – has dropped a new video providing a behind the scenes look at his set-up.
Toby Price – has announced a biography with pictures will be out in February on his stellar career, which we are pleased is still ongoing.
Billy McConnell – hard at training with pedal power before his next round of the BSB.
Brayden Elliott – progressing after a crash in race 1 and an 8th at Knockhill.
Josh Brookes – will be looking to return to his Championship winning form in front of fans this weekend.
Levi Day – Doing a bit of sponsor promotion work as he screams through the ajnsteelstock yard aboard his Suzuki GSXR.