The 28 year-old was part of a national team which reached the final last year before missing out on a medal. He has now been named in Great Britain boss Alun Rossiters provisional 10-man squad for the 2015 competition and will learn in the coming weeks whether or not he has made the final cut for the four-man national team. Great Britain take on Australia, America and Latvia at the Adrian Flux Arena in Kings Lynn on June 8 with only the winners guaranteed a place in the final in Vojens, Denmark five days later. King, who races for the Coventry Bees and Ipswich Witches clubs in the Elite and Premier leagues respectively, said: It is a huge honour to represent your country. It is something I have been lucky enough to do in the past and I would love to be able to do again. The first thing was being named in the squad and hopefully I can now do enough to make the final team. I learned a lot last year when I rode well in Event One at Kings Lynn, but really struggled in the final in Poland. I didnt have the engine to be competitive out there, but Ive invested in equipment this year and feel I am much better prepared if I get the call. King saw his bid to earn a place in the individual World Championship fail at the first hurdle when struggling in a quarter-final qualifier in Italy at the beginning of May. But he comfortably managed to book his place in the British Final by negotiating a semi-final at Kings Lynn last night (Wednesday). King racked up 11 points to finish joint-top of the standings and secure his spot in the national showpiece at Wolverhampton on June 15.