Five West Australian motocross riders, including Harvey’s Matt Fabry, represented Australia in this year’s FIM Junior Motocross World Championships last month.
Fabry placed 12th overall in the 125cc division with 17 points, collecting eight in round one and nine in round two.
He finished 13th in the first race before crossing the line 12th in his second go-around.
Fabry moved up to 13th spot in qualifying after placing 29th in the warm-up run.
Fellow West Australians Regan Duffy, Kayden Minear, Seth Shackleton, and Deacon Paice also took part in this year’s competition.
Fabry and Paice had qualified for Wildcard spots prior to the event.
Held at Horsham Motorcycle Club in Victoria, it marked the first time the FIM Junior Motocross World Championships had been held in Australia.
The host country’s team included 46 riders aged between 11 and 17.