JASON Doyle booked his spot in the 2020 FIM Speedway Grand Prix series on Saturday night after rounding off his world championship campaign with an 11-point haul in Torun, Poland.

The Swindon Robins skipper starred in the tail end of his mixed world championship campaign – only newly crowned world champion Bartosz Zmarzlik, silver medallist Leon Madsen and bronze medallist Emil Sayfutdinov outscored the Australian in the series’ concluding three rounds.

In the end, Doyle, 34, finished six points clear of ninth placed Matej Zagar to end the year as the world’s seventh best rider.

Doyle showed great speed throughout his qualifying rides and dropped just five points on his way to the night’s semi finals.

In doing so, he managed to defeat former world champion Tai Woffinden in his second ride before surprising Bartosz Zmarzlik in his third ride when finishing second behind Leon Madsen.

Unfortunately for Norwich-based Doyle, he was denied a Grand Final appearance as Niels-Kristian Iversen slotted in behind Madsen during semi final one.

The start date of the 2020 series is yet to be confirmed, but it is expected to be a 10-round series.