TOM BRENNAN admits it will be a “massive test” for the world champs in the FIME European Team Championship final.

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The Swindon-born star won a gold medal with Great Britain in the Speedway of Nations in Manchester last October.

But GB embark on their first official team fixture in Poznan on Sunday since the Global Challenge victory over Poland at Glasgow last year.

They face Poland, Sweden and Denmark and Brennan said: “It’s going to be tough, a massive test. But any event of this type is going to be so hard.

“I think all the nations are at full strength or almost. So we are going to have to be on it right from the very start.

“For me personally, every international is such a big learning curve. It was awesome to win gold last October but that’s history now. We must keep looking forward and improving as a group.

“It’s nice now that perhaps people realise just how good Great Britain are now. It’s taken us a few years to get back up there but now we have strength in depth.

“Apart from Australia, we are up against the best other nations in the world and on Poland’s home soil.

“It’s up to us now to keep proving what we can do. I hope I can get the chance to make an impact in the meeting and help GB do something special again.”

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Current Grand Prix stars Robert Lambert and Dan Bewley will compete just a day after the second GP of the season in Warsaw.

They are joined by veteran former British Grand Prix winner Chris Harris with Brennan at reserve.