With the series now reaching the halfway stage, Crump is just two points behind in the title chase and is determined to add another win to his already impressive record of 23 Grand Prix wins.
“There have been five different winners from five GP’s this year so the field is very strong,” said Crump, who will captain Team Australia at the Speedway World Cup next month.
“I know what I need to do and I am feeling very confident right now. My performances have been solid for the last two months and I feel my best is yet to come.”
“I will be going to Gorzow to win and capture as many points as I can. I know I have a tough job ahead of me for the rest of the season but don’t expect me to lie down, I am on a mission and that is to become World Champion again this year.”
The sixth round of the 2012 FIM Speedway Grand Prix World Championship will be aired live from Poland on SPEED this Sunday 24 June from 3:00am (EST).
WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP STANDINGS AFTER 5 ROUNDS: 1 Greg Hancock 75, 2 Jason Crump 73, 3 Nicki Pedersen 65, 4 Chris Holder 61, 5 Tomasz Gollob 52, 6 Fredrik Lindgren 52, 7 Emil Sayfutdinov 48, 8 Jaroslaw Hampel 46, 9 Andreas Jonsson 38, 10 Antonio Lindback 34, 11 Bjarne Pedersen 29, 12 Peter Ljung 29, 13 Chris Harris 27, 14 Kenneth Bjerre 25, 15 Hans Andersen 24, 16 Thomas H Jonasson 11, 17 Josef Franc 9, 18 Przemyslaw Pawlicki 7, 19 Michael Jepsen Jensen 7, 20 Mikkel B Jensen 4, 21 Peter Kildemand 2, 22 Jason Bunyan 1.