Ladies and gentlemen, we have a title race.
Tai Woffinden produced one of the best performances of his career to blow the Speedway Grand Prix title race wide open with victory in Gorzow, Poland and in the meantime he laid down a marker to his rivals – he’s a man on a mission.
Woffinden knows exactly what it takes to win a Speedway World Championship and now he’s got the bit between his teeth again it’s going to take something special to stop him adding to the two he already has.
From the very start Tai looked like the man to beat and in his seven races, he never finished out of the top two and his 18 points were a season best. He had to work hard for the win, especially in the Final where Monster Energy stablemate Patryk Dudek got his nose in front early on.
‘Duzers’ stalked and looked for a way back but Woffy rode a perfect four laps and took his first win of the season, and with series leader Jason Doyle back in third he cut the lead at the top to just eight points.
Dudek, who is one of the men trying to deny Tai, continues to defy his rookie status with podium after podium and his second place here puts him right in the mix at the top of the standings too.
Chris Holder's troubles continued as he scored just two points, and he's still battling with the machinery issues that have plagued him all season.
With four rounds to go it’s still all to play for here’s what the boys had to say.