Seabrook siblings Brodie and Madison Kerss are in the fast lane to the top in speedway sidecar racing.

Brother and sister competed at the recent Australian Senior and Junior Speedway Sidecar Championships in north Queensland and both came home with top 10 national placings for their age groups.

Brodie, 16, and teammate Conner Curran finished second in a field of nine in the junior section.

Madison, 13, and teammate Lucas Quinn finished seventh in their first year of racing.

“I’m absolutely rapt with the result,” Brodie said. “It was a massive effort.

“It took intense training, mental and physical, weights and endurance training as well as heaps of hours behind the handlebars and swinging on the side of the bike.”

Madison has ambitious dreams of making it to the very top of the male-dominated
sport.

Lucas Quinn and Madison Kerss

“I feel really proud of myself because I competed against all the boys,” she said.

The siblings said the “adrenaline rush and friendships” are what they love most about sidecar racing.

“It’s awesome,” Brodie said. “Who else gets to race with no brakes?”