Aussie ace Jack Holder starred for his country in last summer's FIM Speedway of Nations Final at Vojens, helping the Roos land their first world team title since 2002.
He was handed an unexpected Speedway GP debut season in 2022 following the suspension of Artem Laguta and Emil Sayfutdinov. The series first reserve stepped into the starting line-up and held his own, reaching semi-finals in both Teterow and Cardiff.
Despite finishing 12th in the standings, he guaranteed himself a second season in Speedway GP by finishing third at the FIM GP Challenge in Glasgow, beating fellow Aussie star Max Fricke in a run-off for the final qualification place.
He is no stranger to the FIM Speedway Grand Prix pits, having been a regular visitor over the years with his 2012 world-title-winning older brother Chris. But now Jack gets his chance to take the spotlight in his own right and he's taking full advantage after reaching back-to-back finals in Warsaw and Prague.