MOTOGP racer Rhys Moller is fresh back from England and primed to hit the track at Phillip Island this weekend.Moller, 19, will suit up for his third Australian 125cc MotoGP world championship.The Elaine teenager has been granted another wildcard entry to the elite event.His intention is clear - stay on the bike - after qualifying last year and crashing out in spectacular fashion."I want to qualify again and try my best and get experience," Moller said."It'll be pretty hard to go with them (competitors) with the budget those guys are on. "I'm looking forward to getting back on the track at Phillip Island. I haven't raced there for a bit over a year now."Moller returned home with mixed success in the United Kingdom.The youngster travelled over with his Honda RS 125cc on an invitation to compete in the British Superbike 125cc Championship series.Riding was tough.At each stage Moller would get his first look at the track, cram in sessions with both his wet and dry set-ups, then race - all within a weekend."I had a few crashes along the way but it was all good. I learnt a lot through the whole thing," Moller said.A broken collarbone cut Moller's British campaign short.He was back on the bike a week later but ruled out of racing because he still carried stitches from his injury.Moller has proved in strong form since returning to Australian shores, winning a club event in Broadford last weekend.But he will not stay in the country for long.Moller is already eying up the final two rounds of the Spanish championships.He will join Japan's Fujisawa Race Team with a new bike for stages in Jerez and Valencia.The English and Spanish championships are the former stomping ground of Australian superstar Casey Stoner.Moller said these were the places to get noticed."We'll just see how it goes," Moller said."The fields are really big, there's usually about 60 bikes competing and only 44 make the actual race."Spain is pretty much where you go before the GP's."If you're showing anything that's where teams will head-hunt you."Moller said his aim was to build experience and, with luck, impress enough to race more of the Spanish season next year."It'll be good to try a new team and the bike's much faster," Moller said."But really it's all up to me."You always want to go faster - it is never fast enough."