DAVID Bellego says he and his Swindon Robins team-mates will leave everything out on the track in their quest to be crowned SGB Premiership champions.

Swindon have been the standout team in British speedway’s top flight in 2017, winning more meetings than anyone else en route to finishing top of the table, which included an astonishing run of 17 in a row.

Alun Rossiter’s side then backed up their billing as number one seeds for the play-offs with home and away victories over Poole Pirates in the semi-finals.

All that came after a sluggish start to the campaign, in which Swindon registered just two league wins from their opening nine fixtures.

Things could have been even better for the Robins as they were only denied a place in the final of the Knockout Cup after losing 5-1 in heat 15 of their semi-final second leg away at Belle Vue Aces.

After narrowly missing out on a shot at two pieces of silverware, Bellego insists the Swindon riders will leave no stone unturned in their bid to end the campaign in triumphant fashion in next week’s Grand Final.

“We’re all really pleased to get through to the final and this is what we have fought all season for,” said Frenchman Bellego.

“We had a bit of bad start to the year but Rosco made a few changes and the boys have ridden really well since.

“We had 17 meetings in a row that we won and now we are through to the final so it’s been a really good year for us.

“The cup semi-final was a tough one to lose but we managed to put that one behind us and now we only have two meetings left and we need to make something happen in the final.

“We are all going to give our best to take that trophy home.”

Swindon’s opponents in the final were set to be determined on Wednesday when Belle Vue Aces hosted Wolverhampton Wolves in the second leg of their last-four clash.

Whatever the outcome is of that fixture – Wolves hold a 13-point lead from their home meeting – the Robins will be on their own track in the first leg of the final on Monday and Bellego is looking to build up a hefty advantage at the Abbey Stadium.

“I don’t really know if it is a good thing to have the home meeting first or second but at the end of the day, you have to score good points at both meetings anyway,” said the 24-year-old.

“It will be nice to get a good lead at home and then be a bit more comfortable for the second one but we will just see what happens on Monday.”