FANS’ favourite Tobiasz Musielak insists there is more to come from his performances at the Abbey Stadium, following his 6+1 return from five rides against Peterborough Panthers on Monday night.

The Robins maintained their unbeaten record on the new racing surface four days ago following guest Brady Kurtz’ last-heat win over Charles Wright and Rohan Tungate in heat 15 – which secured Alun Rossiter’s side a narrow 46-44 win in the SGB Premiership.

Heavy rainfall in the build-up to last night’s scheduled Supporters’ Cup meeting against King’s Lynn denied Alun Rossiter’s side the opportunity to stretch their unbeaten home run further.

But Musielak will use his additional free time wisely, and is more than likely to make use of a new engine when the Robins next take to home shale on Bank Holiday Monday (May 27) against Poole Pirates.

He said: “Honestly, I’m struggling with my set-up right now – I need to find something quickly for the new track.

“Monday was my third meeting at the Abbey, and I’m still trying to find something – I’m still struggling.

“I must find the problem, and then I can help the team. I might try another engine next time, but things are rough at the moment and I’m sad about that.

“There’s room for improvement, and it’s only the first part of the season. Everything is ahead of us, and we can try to find something better for those meetings.

“We won on Monday, and that’s the main thing. We could’ve won by more, but that’s how speedway goes.”

The Leszno-born racer has failed to register a full double-figure points return from the Robins’ first three meetings on their new track – scoring 9+1, 8+2 and 6+1 to date.

Despite looking respectable on paper, the Pole wants to contribute more to the team’s score – and said finding his set-up issues sooner than later has now been made a priority.

“When everyone is racing well, we’re obviously all happy,” said Musielak.

“I’m not sure what to say after Monday, that was a tough meeting for me. We need to find something quickly. There are some hard meetings ahead, and the quicker we find the problem the better.”

Last night’s postponement means the Robins will have had a two-week break by time they next race.

Manchester outfit Belle Vue Aces are due to host the Robins on Monday, May 20, in the SGB Premiership.