Now in his third year in the Premiership with Swindon Robins, 26 year old Polish rider, Tobiasz Musielak has claimed his second national championship with the club. He is one of the few Poles to ride in the UK and was the nation's top scorer in the Premiership this year where he finished 13th overall. And his successful post-season partnership with Dane, Rasmus Jensen, was one of the key factors in the Robins’ trophy win.
Since 2015, Musielak has been almost unique in racing in the Ekstraliga and the Premiership. Others who have done that include the likes of Jason Doyle and Robert Lambert. But despite that he is probably much less well known than he should be in a glittering sea of talented Polish riders.
But instead of riding in the Ekstraliga this year, he took the decision to become a top rider in the Nice 1 League where many other Premiership riders have also found success. And whilst his team Orzel Lodz came last and were relegated, it was not because of the 26 year old.
He was the league's seventh highest scorer with an impressive score of 2.103 P/H - the first time in his career has ever finished the season with an average over 2.0.
That made him the second highest scoring Pole in Nice 1 just behind Kacper Woryna (Rybnik/ Lejonen), who also came fourth in the Speedway European Championship (SEC) - a competition where Musielak could well have great success in the future.
This year's performances should turn heads and it will be interesting to see where he goes in Poland having already signed to race with Woryna for Lejonen and return to the Elitserien where he has not raced for two years.
If Musielak continues in the kind of form he showed in 2019, there's every chance he will be able to add more medals to his silverware cabinet in whichever league he rides in.