|Born||19 October 1979|
Pardubice, Czech Republic
|2000-2002, 2006-2007||Oxford Cheetahs|
|2004, 2005, 2009, 2014||Peterborough Panthers|
|2012, 2013||Belle Vue Aces|
|2011, 2013||Czech Republic Speedway Championship|
|2012||Czech Longtrack Champion|
|1999||German U21 Champion|
|2004, 2007, 2009, 2010||European Pairs Champion|
|2015||Czech Pairs Champion|
|2001, 2003||Elite League Champions|
|2012, 2014||Polish League Champions|
|2004||Swedish Elitserien Champions|
|1999, 2001, 2002, 2004, 2008, 2013, 2015, 2016||Czech League Champions|
Dryml came to the British speedway leagues in 2000 when he and his brother Lukáš Dryml joined the Oxford Cheetahs for the 2002 Elite League speedway season. The pair came into the Oxford side relatively unknown because they had only ridden in the Czech Republic and Poland at the time. However, the British Authorities gave them inflated averages of 7.50 and 5.00, which would not help Oxford's 2000 league challenge as they finished second from last.
The following season in 2001, Oxford brought in Leigh Adams as heat leader and retained the Dryml brothers on reduced averages, this combination was a winning one, as the three riders were instrumental in helping Oxford win the 2001 Elite League. After the 2002 season with Oxford, Ales joined the Belle Vue Aces for the 2003 Elite League speedway season but was released so joined the Poole Pirates as a replacement for his brother who had broken his leg. Ales helped Poole finish the season as the league and cup double winners.
In 2004, he joined Peterborough Panthers and would also win his first of four European Pairs Speedway Championships. The other would come in 2007, 2009 and 2010. He also became a permanent rider of 2004 Speedway Grand Prix series.
After the 2005 season wth Peterborough he retunred to his first club Oxford during 2006 and 2007 but rarely rode as his form dipped. However, he continued to ride in British speedway until the end of the 2014 season with Peterborough where he recorded a strong 7.90 average. He also represented the Czech Republic at the Speedway World Cup from 1999 to 2014.
- Individual World Championship (Speedway Grand Prix)
- Individual U-21 World Championship
- Team World Championship (Speedway World Cup)
- 1999 - 2nd place (10 points)
- 2001 - 7th place (9 points in Race-Off)
- 2002 - 5th place (13 points)
- 2003 - 6th place (11 points in Race-Off)
- 2004 - 6th place (4 points in Race-Off)
- 2005 - 6th place (4 points in Race-Off)
- 2007 - 9th place (10 points in Qualifying Round 2)
- 2008 - 7th place (0 points in Event 2)
- 2009 - 8th place
- 2010 - 8th place
- 2011 - 7th place
- 2012 - 7th place
- 2013 - 4th place
- 2014 - 7th place
- Individual European Championship
- Individual U-19 European Championship
- 1998 - 2nd place (13 points)
- European Pairs Championship
- Individual Czech Republic Championship
- 2011 - Czech Champion
- 2013 - Czech Champion
- Individual Junior Czech Republic Championship
- 2004 - 3rd place (13+1 points)
- 2005 - 4th place (12+0 points)
- Individual Czech Republic Long Track Championship
- 2012 - Czech Champion
- Czech Republic Pairs Championship
- 2015 - Czech Champions
- Czech Golden Helmet
- 2004 - 2nd place
- 2005 - 3rd place
- Individual German Championship
- 1998 - 3rd place (12 points)
- 1999 - 10th place
- 2000 - 5th place (10 points)
- 2001 - 2nd place (13+2 points)
- 2003 - 6th place
- Individual Junior German Championship
- 1996 - 2nd place
- 1998 - German Champion
World Longtrack Championship
- 2012 - Qualifying Round
- 2011 Scheeßel (4th) 7/36pts (Rode with Josef Franc, Richard Wolff, Pavel Ondrasik.
- 2012 St. Macaire (5th) 16/30 (Rode with Josef Franc, Richard Wolff, Michael Hadek.
European Grasstrack Championship
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