Current reigning Speedway champion and Rock supported rider Tai Woffinden initially had a quiet start to the 2014 Speedway Grand Prix season, but has come back fighting to take second at the Mitas Finnish FIM Speedway Grand Prix last weekend. Leading the pack in the Grand Final, Tai narrowly missed first place after striking a hole in the track on the third lap, skillfully correcting for the bump to stick behind the race leader for second place. Although clearly back in excellent form by achieving the most points over the weekend. In the initial two Grand Prix's Tai scored only 12 points overall but he managed to smash his current season tally with a vital 16 point haul.
Starting the season injured, Tai looks to to be back in strong form and looking forward to giving his all in the remaining nine rounds.
He said: "I'm really pleased about it all and really think I have something to build on from here.
"I'm not going to say what has changed or anything like that, I'm just pleased I'm back to something like my best.
"Yes, I was feeling down after Bydgoszcz, but I never had any doubt in my own ability. How could I be so good last season, win the world title and then become this bad? I knew I had the ability and that's what kept me going.
"I knew things were better in the build-up to Finland because I was riding well in the leagues in Poland, Sweden and England - and thankfully I was able to keep it going."
Check out the footage of Tai racing at the Finnish Speedway Grand Prix final below....