Dubbo Dirt Bike Club held its final round of motocross racing for the season on Sunday, with young flyer Blake Fox cruising to victory in all the top senior race classes at the Morris Park racetrack.
Racing in the premier MX1 450cc class, 16-year-old Fox dominated the field to take a comfortable win, with Orange's Will Bingham in second and Mudgee's Jeff Dray home in third.
Bingham followed Fox home to the chequered flag in the MX2 250cc class, with Andrew Hutchinson finishing on the third step of the podium.
Fox, Bingham and Dray battled it out in All Powers A Grade, finishing in the same positions as the MX1 class.
In the All Powers B Grade, Brendan Robinson edged out namesake Stephen Robinson, with Jeremy Waters rounding out the points.
Jeff Dray backed up his podiums in the MX1 and All Powers classes with a win in the Over 35's class. He was followed home by Stephen Robinson in second and Jacob Stephens in third place.
Young gun Justin Harrow dominated the Junior Lites 250cc and 125cc classes in his last year racing in the juniors, picking up the first-place trophy in both divisions.
Youngster Jonty Hatton wasn't far behind in second place in the 250cc class though, with Ryan Johnston coming home in third place.
In the 125cc class, Mudgee's Tom O'Dwyer followed Harrow to the chequered flag, with Kyan Hatton rounding out the points in third.
First-time racer, 14-year-old Alex O'Brien from Orange, said he enjoyed his first day of motocross racing in the Junior Lites class.
"I've had a great day on my first day racing today and enjoyed racing against the other boys. Some of the guys are really fast but I'll definitely be back next year" said the young rider.
Racing in the U16's 85cc class, Tom O'Dwyer backed up his podium in the 125cc Junior Lites class with the win ahead of Ty Henderson in second. Tabitha Newcombe showed the boys how it's done, finishing third after a great day of racing.
Young flyer, Jack Deveson, was too good in the U12's 85cc & 65cc classes, picking up a pair of first place trophies for his efforts.
Ryan Eade wasn't too far behind Deveson on the 85cc machine though, with Jake Doyle finishing on the third step of the podium.
Nate Henderson picked up second place behind Deveson in U12's 65cc class, while Ryan Eade finished with the trophy for third place.
Jake Doyle took the win in the U10's 65cc class ahead of Tyler Eade and Will Cale.
Tyler Eade was too fast in the 50cc High Powers class, edging out Balin Hartas and Elijah Newton.
Billy Martin, Eleanor Beech, Blade Regan, Jayce Wallis, Tucker Job, Sebastian Barnes, Spencer Doyle, Ollie Cale, Emmitt Beech, Logan Stephens, Stella Harding & Cooper Holmes rode in the Nippers demonstration class.
The Junior Girls were represented by Tabitha Newcombe, Lily Kovac, Betty Dray and Lara Bingham, while the Harrow's Transport Encouragement Award went to Porter Rae.