TOBIASZ Musielak is under consideration for a 2015 Robins place but any deal for the young Pole is a long way from being signed and sealed.
Leszno youngster Musielak was due to ride in the season-ending Bob Kilby Memorial meeting on October 23 before it was postponed, but was still able to take a few laps of the Abbey Stadium track that afternoon having already travelled from his homeland.
The 21-year-old, who works with Leigh Adams’ former mechanic Mariusz Szmanda, almost joined up with the Robins for the 2013 before his average was assessed at six, rather than the four Swindon had been hoping for.
Team boss Alun Rossiter admitted Musielak is a rider he likes, but insisted no deal has been done and that it would be unwise to do so before the sport’s AGM in 10 days time in any case.
“He could be one of many but until we know what the rules are and what the plans are it’s difficult,” he said.
“Of course he’s one we’re looking at, we wanted to bring him over a year ago but the average got tied up. He’s up on a six now and it’s up to us whether it’s worth that risk and then work out the expense of it.
“We can’t take any gambles especially not before the AGM, because I’ve learnt you can’t take anything for granted. At the AGM there are so many agendas and things like that so you need to be careful.”
TOBIASZ MUSIELAK TAKES A SPIN ROUND THE ABBEY STADIUM