Aleš Dryml Jr.

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Aleš Dryml Jr.
Ales Dryml portrait.jpg
Born (1979-10-19) 19 October 1979 (age 42)
Pardubice, Czech Republic
Nationality Czech Republic
Websitedryml.cz/speedway-racing
Current club information
Czech leaguePardubice
Polish leagueLublin
Career history
2000-2002, 2006-2007Oxford Cheetahs United Kingdom
2004, 2005, 2009, 2014Peterborough Panthers United Kingdom
2003Poole Pirates United Kingdom
2008Wolverhampton Wolves United Kingdom
2010Ipswich Witches United Kingdom
2011Birmingham Brummies United Kingdom
2012, 2013Belle Vue Aces United Kingdom
1999Rybnik Poland
2001-2002Leszno Poland
2006-2007Torun Poland
2008Tarnow Poland
2009Rzeszow Poland
2010Miskolcz Poland
2012Gniezno Poland
2013Gruziadz Poland
2014Ostrow Poland
2015Lublin Poland
2002Ornarna Mariestad Sweden
2003-2005, 2008VMS Elit Vetlanda Sweden
2006-2007Masarna Avesta Sweden
1996-2015Pardubice Czech Republic
Individual honours
2004, 2012Speedway European Championship
2011, 2013Czech Republic Speedway Championship
2012Czech Longtrack Champion
1999German U21 Champion
Team honours
2004, 2007, 2009, 2010European Pairs Champion
2015Czech Pairs Champion
2001, 2003Elite League Champions
2012, 2014Polish League Champions
2004Swedish Elitserien Champions
1999, 2001, 2002, 2004, 2008, 2013, 2015, 2016Czech League Champions

Aleš Dryml Jr. (born 19 October 1979) is a Czech speedway rider who has won 2004 and 2007 European Pairs Speedway Champion titles.

He was permanent rider of 2004 Speedway Grand Prix series. He has twice won the European Pairs Championship (2004 and 2007) with brother Lukáš. His father,[1] Aleš Sr., was also a Czech international rider.

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He was part of the Oxford Cheetahs title winning team in 2001.

Speedway career[edit]

  • Individual World Championship (Speedway Grand Prix)
    • 2002 - 41st place (1 point)
    • 2003 - 36th place (3 points)
    • 2004 - 22nd place (22 points)
    • 2005 - 26th place (3 points)
    • 2013 - 17th place (16 points)
  • Individual U-21 World Championship
    • 1999 - 2nd place (11 points)
    • 2000 - 4th place (11+X points)
  • 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
    • 2001 - 10th place (7 points)
    • 2005 - 2nd place (14+2 points)
    • 2009 - 3rd place (13 points)
    • 2010 - 2nd place (12 points)
    • 2011 - 3rd place (12 points)
    • 2012 - European Champion
  • Individual U-19 European Championship
    • 1998 - 2nd place (13 points)
  • European Pairs Championship
    • 2004 - European Champion (12 points)
    • 2005 - 2nd place (14 points)
    • 2006 - 4th place, but injury in Final (8 points in Semi-Final 1)
    • 2007 - European Champion (10 points)
    • 2009 - European Champion
    • 2010 - European Champion (13 points)
  • 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[edit]

Grand-Prix

  • 2012 - Qualifying Round

Team Championship

European Grasstrack Championship[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "DRYML DEJA VU". Speedway Grand Prix. 16 February 2011. Retrieved 11 April 2011.[permanent dead link]