Adrian Miedziński and Paweł Przedpełski are pupils of Toruń speedway clubs. Both of them, for most of their career, represented the home club, but after many years they decided to change the colors. Despite the fact that they no longer have the opportunity for daily training on Motoarena, the advantage of knowing the track lies definitely on their side.
Adrian Miedziński has been on Motoarena since its inception. The best results on the most modern speedway stadium in the world were in 2013. Starting on the track in Toruń during the league struggle, Miedziński brought an average of 2,310 points to the finish line. It is also worth mentioning that in the same year he won the FIM Speedway Grand Prix round at Motoarena. Graduate of Apator Toruń, after 17 years of starts in the colors of "Angels" decided to change the club and since the 2018 season represents a team from Częstochowa.
The best times of Paweł Przedpełski on Motoarena were in the 2015 season. Even as a junior, the local player was the leader of his team in Ekstralidze. Przedpełski then obtained an average of 2,326 points per run. In the same year he started as a "wild card" during the SEC round, which took place at the Toruń facility. The Polish representative was impressive form, as evidenced by the second place on the podium during those competitions. Przedpełski resigned only to Nick Pedersen, and it is noteworthy that during the struggle with more experienced and titled players, he never reached the finish line in fourth place.
Both players know the climate that accompanies the starts in the TAURON Speedway Euro Championship series. In the 2014 season, Adrian Miedziński acted as a regular participant in the cycle. "Miedziak" took off then in 20 races, in which he scored 21 points. For Przedpełski, the current season is the first in which he starts as a full participant in the Individual European Championship series. During the inaugural round in Güstrow, Polak scored 3 points.