TWO Lindley brothers have made their mark in motorsport - and it's only their first season.
Jamie Clegg, nine, and Max, six, started competing in motorcycle grass-tracking in March.
Now, the season is nearing its end and they have enjoyed great success - with Jamie winning his first race just a few days ago.
Max came fifth in his class at the race in Evesham, Worcestershire.
Grass-tracking involves riders trying to reach high speeds on an oval course.
The boys, of Cowrakes Road, have both been riding motorbikes since the age of three - although Jamie started riding a quad bike when he was just two.
He now rides a 65cc Kawasaki grass-tracking bike, while Max has a 50cc KTM.
The boys' father, Simon, said they got involved in racing through his passion for motorcycles.
The boys, who go to Lindley Junior and Infant School, cannot practise locally, as there are no available flat, grass fields.
They go to races with their dad three times a month, though mum Michelle does not normally attend. Mr Clegg said: "She's not into bikes and it scares her to watch them."
Help is provided by the Bike Doctor at Brighouse, Oils Well at Elland, Hobsport at Keighley and TeeBee Motorcycles at Morley. But more sponsorship would be welcome.
Anyone who wants to help can ring Mr Clegg on 01484 314768.