ALBURY-WODONGA young gun Remmie Fyffe won his first-ever dirt track title at the 2015 Victorian Dirt Track Championships over the weekend at the Albury-Wodonga Motorcycle Club, December 5-6.
In blistering heat, the 10-year-old managed to win all four of his races in the 85cc 2st & 150cc 4st 9-U11 Standard Wheel class. He also competed in the 65cc 9-U13 class where he finished second.
“On the 65cc, the first couple of races were really close,” Remmie recalled. “The racing was always very close with my friend Max (Berry) ,” Remmie added.
“I wasn’t racing against him on my 85cc, because I was in a younger age group, but I managed to win every race and it was really fun and I loved the whole weekend,” Remmie said. “It’s really fun racing against my mates,” he added.
Remmie said the heat was tough to get through, as temperatures on the track soared to the high 30s. “It was really hot but I got through it.
“I was really happy after winning my first-ever title. I’m hoping for many more,” Remmie added. He hopes to one day turn professional and compete in road racing and speedway but go back to dirt track whenever he can.
Remmie is hoping to get an invite to the Motul Pirelli Troy Bayliss Classic in Taree, New South Wales in January.
He would like to thank the Albury-Wodonga Motorcycle Club for hosting the Victorian Dirt Track Championships.
“I’d just like to really thank the club. They’ve been great and without them I wouldn’t get to ride, and wouldn’t be where I am right now if it wasn’t for them.
“I’d also like to thank my Mum and Dad a lot too,” Remmie praised.