NEW recruit Tobiasz Musielak is enjoying his start to life with the Swindon Robins after helping his side to back-to-back wins over league leaders Belle Vue Aces.

The Pole, who had previously raced for Wolverhampton Wolves back in 2015, was thrown in at the deep end after signing at the Abbey Stadium.

With little bedding-in time, he was lining up at the tapes against the Premiership pace setters, having been brought in to replace Austrian youngster Dany Gappmaier.

However, having taken just a day to agree to terms with Swindon, the Polish rider, who is riding for Rybnik in Poland’s Ekstraliga, settled in immediately, picking up paid six and paid five points in the home and away meetings respectively and is enjoying the start to his Swindon career.

“I feel very good because I have only been here for two matches and we have won both matches,” he said.

“The reaction to my arrival has given me a huge boost and I want to say a massive thank you to the fans for making me welcome.

“I will try my best to show them my skills.

“I am very, very satisfied and looking forward to our next meeting.

“We must keep going and we are doing better now.

“Next week is quite busy, so we must keep this going and we will do our best.

“We feel full of confidence, having beaten the league leaders and we must build on that now.”

The 23-year-old enjoyed the track at the National Stadium on Friday night, reminding him of the tracks he races on back home, but with more grip.

Now he faces a completely different prospect this evening at Leicester Lions’ Beaumont Park stadium (7.30pm), but having ridden there twice before with Wolves, he is ready for the challenge and wants to keep the momentum going.

“That track is really good,” he added.

“It is similar to Polish tracks but the material is different.

“I wish to ride like a track like that in Poland, the grip was fantastic and it was a very nice track.

“I have ridden in Leicester twice and it is an okay track for me.

“We will see how it goes on Monday.”

Leicester hand a debut to their own Polish youngster Pawel Przedpelski, who has signed for the remainder of the season and makes his first appearance in British racing – whilst Kyle Newman appears at home for the first time since joining the Midlands club.

The hosts have lost their last four matches and are six points adrift at the foot of the table, but did get the better of the Robins 48-42 back in April.

Tonight's fixture is also being televised live by BT Sport.

LEICESTER: Kim Nilsson, Kyle Newman, Pawel Przedpelski, Josh Bates, Danny King, Erik Riss, Lasse Bjerre.

SWINDON: Troy Batchelor, Bradley Wilson-Dean, Tobiasz Musielak, David Bellego, Nick Morris, Adam Ellis, Zach Wajtknecht.