Some of the Illawarra's top emerging motocross racers will have the opportunity to showcase their skills on the big stage at Saturday night's Australian Supercross event.
While the professionals will feature in the showcase race at WIN Stadium, a junior event will also be held during the day.
Kiama's Jack Nunn is one of the youngsters will who hit the dirt in the YZ65 Cup and he said he's looking forward to racing alongside some of his heroes.
"It's so sick to be able to ride in the Cup on WIN Stadium," Nunn said. "I can't wait to race in front of the fans and give it my best.
"The course will be very challenging, it's more about rhythm and timing so you have to be smooth with your lines.
"I can't wait to watch all the professionals race, it's going to be pretty exciting. I'll be going for Luke Clout and Dan Reardon. They both ride Yamahas and they're very hard working, they keep pushing themselves.
"I'd be stoked if I got to meet them, I'll definitely get their signatures."
Like many of his fellow youngsters, Nunn hopes to one day progress to the professional ranks of supercross racing.
The 10-year-old has emerged as a promising talent, with Nunn finishing on the podium at an event in Canberra over the weekend.
That result followed a trip to the Australian Titles in October, where he was 23rd overall.
The event was Nunn's first national championships and he said he learnt a lot about what it takes to compete with the country's best racers.
"I was pretty pleased with the first few finals by pretty bummed for the last race where I crashed, but that's all a part of racing and I'll take it into next year.
"I learnt a lot about racing. You have to be consistent in all the finals if you want to have a chance of winning and I know I won't be as nervous going into my next Aussies.
"I also learnt a lot about starts and different tracks. I struggled with the starts on the tacky dirt. It wasn't until I got home and tried a second gear start that I realised what was happening.