SWINDON Robins skipper Jason Doyle returns to the scene of his maiden Grand Prix triumph on Saturday night as he resumes his quest for a second world title in the Czech Republic.

Australian Doyle finished on the top step of the podium at a world championship round for the first time in his career at Prague’s Marketa Stadium back in 2016.

That is one of six GP victories claimed by Doyle throughout his career, with the 31-year-old also triumphing again in the Czech Republic 12 months later en route to being crowned world champion for the first time in the 2017 season.

Doyle will be hoping that a return to a venue that has brought him so much success on the global circuit in the past will ignite his challenge to become a double world champion this year.

The Swindon skipper has failed to qualify for the semi-finals at each of the opening two rounds, picking up just 11 points in the process to sit down in 13th in the championship standings.

Doyle kicked off his 2019 campaign with five points in Warsaw on May 18 before following that up with a six-point haul in Krsko, Slovenia, a fortnight ago.

Polish duo Bartosz Zmarzlik and Patryk Dudek lead the way in the standings, having both collected 28 points from the opening two rounds.

Doyle will return to action for Swindon on Monday night when they take on SGB Premiership leaders Belle Vue Aces at the Abbey Stadium.