With 12 valuable points in the bag from the first round in New Zealand, Australian Jason Crump heads to Leszno in Poland looking for the top spot on the podium as he chases a fourth world championship in 2012.
Crump, a winner at Leszno in 2009 and 2010, can't wait for the racing to commence and is determined and totally focused on the hard and gruelling task ahead of him.
The triple World Champion knows only too well that to become World Champion again is not an easy task, but he does know that consistency is more important than winning every race.
"The world championship is over 12 rounds this year so there is a long way to go and I will focus on one event at a time." said Crump. "To win a world championship is all about consistency and being at the pointy head of the field at each event, so that's what I am aiming for."
"I flew with my family to my European base straight after the New Zealand GP and I have done several meetings since then, but the hardest thing has been getting used to the cold weather again after spending six months in the sun in Australia." Crump concluded
Round 2 of the FIM World Speedway championship takes place this coming Saturday the 28th April in Poland
Main Photo : Jason Crump in action during round one in New Zealand Credit : Supplied