Fletcher Kilpatrick (10) received the inaugural 2017 Holden On Tight Sportsman Spirit Award after dermonstrating spirit through out the event. Aside from the huge Australian Junior Sportsman Spirit Award, Kilpatrick also won a Lusty Industries $400 Ogio Gear Bag courtesy of Johnny McLean, $200 cash to go towards his future racing efforts.
His proud parents, Kevin and Melissa Kilpatrick were over the moon that Fletcher came away with the biggest trophy and award offered at the AJMXC.
Also provided by 'Holden on Tight', across all 13 classes, was prize money being $25 for 3rd, $50 for 2nd and $100 for 1st place in overall Championship.
Holden continued; "Other special mentions for the Holden On Tight Sportsman Spirit Award were Regan Jake, Cannon Rose who helped picked up other competitor‰Ûªs bikes after a first turn pile up in 9-11 65cc and got them going before taking off on their own bikes. Xavier Malten and his mate Memphis Trevena, were another standout, for picking up a shopping bag of old used tear-off's while walking the track on Wednesday morning.
"I just really want to not only give back to the sport, but to grow it and provide a future for it. I can do more for the sport now than when I was competing with two numbers on my chest. I am in a stage of my life that I can make more of a difference behind the scenes than out on a track." Holden concluded.
Main Phot: Rosco Holden (L) Fletcher Kilpatrick and his mother Melissa
Photo Credit: Classic Shots Photography.