In the 125cc class several top level and experience riders from around the globe all capable of becoming 2018 Junior World Champion. Team USA will field the strong Max Miller against current European Championship leader Thibault Benistant from France along with the Netherlands‰Ûª Raivo Dankers, Rick Elzinga, and Raf Meuwissen. Adding to the list of possible winners is 2017 85cc Junior World Champion Eddie Jay Wade from the UK plus Czech Republic‰Ûªs Petar Polak and Italy‰Ûªs Mattia Guadagnini. Not to mention host nation Australia who are foelding a strong rider lineup with the current Australian MXD Champion Bailey Malkiewicz, Dante Hyam, and Liam Andrews, Liam Andrews, Regan Duffy, Blake Fox, Jack Kukas, Bailey Malki and Korey McMahon.
The 85cc class hosts well know riders also and will be extremely competitive with the new EMX85 Champion Camden Mc Lellan from South Africa going against the American, Ryder Difrancecso and the Belgian, Liam Everts. A further look into the entry list however bring even more competition for the podium to mind with the strong Dutch youth of Kay Karssemakers and Kay De Wolf or even Spain‰Ûªs Raul Sanchez. Australia will have strong representation with riders from all over the country with Tasmanina Jett Burgess-Stevens, Ryan Alexanderson, Jackson Camilleri, Ryder Kingsford, Deegan Mancinelli, Zac Watson and Brad West.
While both the other classes of 125cc and 85cc have many returning or proven talent the 65cc Junior World Cup class is full of young and relatively unknown talents who are each trying to put leave their names at the top of the results. Racers to look out for include the newly crowned EMX65 Champion Brando Rispoli from Italy and young female superstar Lotte Van Drunen from the Netherlands.