|Date of birth:||04.07.1979|
|Place of birth:||Ostrow Wlkp., Poland|
|Place of living:||Przybysławice, Poland|
|Highest General Classification rank||15 (2015)|
Tomasz Jędrzejak began his career at the club from Ostrów Wielkopolski, where in 1995 he passed the exam for speedway license. The first medal in Polish Championships he won in 1999, when he became Pair Polish Club Champion U21. The next season, as a rider of Włókniarz Częstochowa he became Team Polish Champion U21. In the same year he won his first medal in senior championships: bronze in Pair Polish Club Championships. He also repeated this success a year later.
In 2012 he won gold medal of Individual Polish Championships, when on the track in Zielona Góra he beat Rafał Okoniewski and Krzysztof Buczkowski. “Ogór” despite several serious falls at the beginning of the season 2014 is riding pretty well, which is evidenced by the third place in SEC Challenge in Toruń. It is true that in the additional heat for second place he was beaten by Hans Andersen but it did not matter much. Jędrzejak had already secured qualification for European Championships series and will race alongside with top speedway riders in the world such as Nicki Pedersen, Emil Sayfutdinov.