Tobiasz Musielak

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Tobiasz Musielak
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Born (1993-08-18) 18 August 1993 (age 29)
Leszno, Poland
Career history
2010 Rawicz
2011–2016 Leszno
2017 Rybnik
2018 Częstochowa
2019 Łódź
2020 Grudziądz
2020 Toruń
2021–2022 Krosno
2023 Ostrów
Great Britain
2015 Wolverhampton Wolves
2017–2019 Swindon Robins
2022–2023 Sheffield Tigers
2016, 2018 Vetlanda
2016 Esbjerg
Individual honours
2012 Individual Speedway Junior European Championship runner-up
Team honours
2017, 2019 SGB Premiership
2022 League Cup

Tobiasz Musielak (born 18 August 1993 in Leszno, Poland) is a Polish motorcycle speedway rider who rode for the Wolverhampton Wolves in the Elite League and has also ridden for Swindon Robins and Sheffield Tigers.


Musielak, the younger brother of fellow Speedway rider Sławomir Musielak, mirrored the early career of his brother by starting his career with Unia Leszno who Tobiasz still rides for today after first riding for them in 2009. In 2011 he became a member of the Polish national junior speedway team, and in 2012 he was the runner-up in the Individual Speedway Junior European Championship.

Musielak was given his first opportunity in British Speedway by the Wolverhampton Wolves who named him in their 2015 line-up. Wolves promoter Chris Van Straaten described Musielak as "a really entertaining rider and a really exciting prospect". [1] He rode with Swindon Robins in 2017 when they became SGB Premiership champions, but did not ride in the UK in 2018. He returned for 2019, winning a second SGB Premiership with the Robins. [2]

In 2022, he rode for the Sheffield Tigers in the SGB Premiership 2022. [3] He helped Sheffield win the League cup and reach the Play off final. [4] Also in 2022, he helped Wilki Krosno win the 2022 1.Liga. [5]

He signed again for Sheffield for the SGB Premiership 2023. [6]

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  1. "Speedway: Wolverhampton Wolves sign Tobiasz Musielak for 2015 Elite League". Sky Sports. 17 December 2014. Retrieved 30 March 2015.
  2. "Result: Thursday October 17",, 17 October 2019. Retrieved 18 October 2019
  3. "British Speedway rider profile". British Speedway. Retrieved 29 September 2022.
  4. "Tigers win League Cup". British Speedway. Retrieved 5 November 2022.
  5. "2022 ewinner Liga 1 season". Speedway Fan Site. Retrieved 1 January 2023.
  6. "MUSIELAK BACK WITH SHEFFIELD". British Speedway. Retrieved 8 November 2022.