The event, which attracted around 600 bikes and approximately 450 riders, again took on a distinct shade of orange as KTM Australia poured a mountain of effort and energy into the development of the nation's motocross future.
The KTM Technical Services squad was again there in full swing providing setup advice and backup, with vastly experienced Racing Team Technicians Mick Carusi and Christian Horwood willingly sharing their vast knowledge and experience with KTM owners.
With backing from Kessner Motorcycles, the KTM Spare Parts Service provided general consumables all week long to keep the young tackers in the fight and hard on the gas.
KTM continued the clear dominance of Australian junior motocross that it has shown in recent years, both in terms of the number of KTMs behind start gates, and the number of KTM riders standing on podiums.
KTM Junior Motocross Racing Team rider Mason Semmens led the way for the Factory Team, taking his first ever Australian junior championship, and then rapidly backing it up with his second.
"It feels awesome. I was really happy winning one, but to come away with two is just awesome." Semmens said. "I put a lot of work into it, did heaps of training both on the bike and off, a lot of sand riding too, and it‰Ûªs paid off.
"It wasn't easy. I won the first three finals on my 250, but then I crashed in the fourth, went back to about third-last but rode back up to fourth. So I had about a two-point lead going into the last race so I knew I had to win. In the 125 me and my teammate Rhys were tied coming into the last race so I had to win that one too. It was hard work, but it worked out, so, happy as."