Do you remember as a kid, riding your bike at around 20 km per hour?
The wind in your hair, without a care in the world, you felt free and it was the fastest you'd ever travelled?
Well this Highlander gets up to speeds of 100km/h and is the 2018 defending kart champion, all at 11 years old.
Bowral's Angus Mackay who participates in the Wollongong Kart Racing Club is the defending champion of his Cadet 12 class and is looking to repeat that feat in 2019.
The love of motorsport runs deep in the Mackay family's blood.
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With father Greg Mackay apart of Angus's team, the bond between the two ignited the passion for racing.
"My dad used to race," Angus said.
"One day he asked me, "do you want to race?" and I couldn't wait to get out on the track."
With his dad by his side, helping him at every step, this left Angus to enjoy the sport without any distractions.
"I love having fun out on the track," Angus said.
"I also love going fast, I've got up to 100 km an hour before and that was awesome."
Angus was crowned champion in 2018 and for 2019 his goals sound similar.
"Defending my championship is my goal for 2019," Angus said.
"It felt really good winning it and I'd like to have that feeling again.
"It was a bit of a surprise when I won the championship.
"My team and I didn't think we would take it out, but when we went to the presentation night, I ended up winning.
"I missed two rounds because of my commitments to football semi finals and I thought that would put me out on contention.
"I did a couple of meetings after missing those rounds and gained positions and ended up taking it out."
It's been a while since Angus has burnt rubber and he is eagerly awaiting the 2019 season to begin.
It was a bit of a surprise when I won the championship. Myself and my team didn't think we would take it out.Angus Mackay
"I can't wait to get back out on the track," Angus said.
"I'm pretty confident heading into this year.
"This will be the first time I'm back out on the track for 2019. I haven't raced since early December of 2018 and I'm really exciting to get back out there."
The Picton racecourse meet which will get the 2019 season underway will be held under twilight conditions. "The karts do look faster under those conditions," Angus said.
"But really, the only difference between racing during the day and twilight is the track conditions.
"The surface is usually colder so on the first couple of laps, you've got to be really cautious and let everything warm up. Visibility is not as bad people would think."
Angus may be a solo athlete but understands it's not just him who is putting in work for the team.
"I'd like to thank Max King and Ivan Mackay Motors," Angus said.
"Max helps set up my kart and Ivan Mackay are our sponsors. They've both been such great helps, so I'd like to thank them."