A pair of brothers have finished first and second at the South East Queensland Junior Championship in Archerfield, Brisbane.
Jackson Gordon, 12, took out the new stars event at the championship as he beat home younger brother Benji, 11, who finished second.
It also happened to be the last event of the season for the brothers who will now have the winter off before getting back into racing in September.
"We're very proud parents, that's for sure," the boys' mum Yvette Gordon said.
"That was the end of the season. We're happy with how the boys finished the season to come away with the trophies and no damage to the cars, either."
While Jackson got bragging rights over his younger brother, there wasn't much between the pair.
The boys raced in two heats each before racing in the feature. The races saw the new stars age group and all stars age group combine.
The lap times for Jackson and Benji were only a quarter of a second different.
Across the meeting, they both did 15 laps with Jackson being the faster for nine of them while Benji was quicker in the other six.
The boys had never raced at the track before, either, but quickly adapted to the track's sharp corners.
"To get a one-two podium is a phenomenal team effort," Yvette said.
"We are over the moon with this result. Well worth the eight-hour drive."