Jakub Poczta is a talented graduate of Arged Malesa Ostrów, who turned 19 this year. He is one of four talented juniors from the local school who are approximately of a similar age, including: Jakub Krawczyk, Sebastian Szostak and Kacper Grzelak. Poczta, however, has always been a bit in their shadow, although he has shown considerable potential many times. He played many league matches on loan to other teams, because the competition in Ostrów was huge and Jakub was not the first choice.
It cannot be denied that the boy drives quite hard. Already during these 3-4 years of his starts, we have noticed that he does not close the gas pedal in the literal sense. He often blocks opponents sharply and falls quite regularly. Of course, most of it is probably due to great ambition and significant shortcomings in driving, but sometimes the Post Office was criticized for some actions on the track. A few days ago, the young speedway rider spoke about his career in an interview with the Ostrów media. One sentence was immediately picked up by the fans.
The post office follows Pedersen’s model. Fans: “it’s obvious”
Jakub Poczta will spend the 2024 season at Stal Rzeszów, where he is joining on a permanent transfer. There he will meet speedway star Nicki Pedersen. As it turns out, junior is very happy about it. – When I became a bit more feisty on the track, the topic of Nicki Pedersen started to come up. I watched his runs. I liked it very much. I can’t wait to go to the game together. The man I watched in videos on the Internet or on TV will now be my teammate and we will ride in one team. It will definitely give me wings – said the emotional player for infostrow.pl.
The fans immediately noticed that Poczta resembled the Danish champion in some situations on the track, but these were not compliments. – You are also closing the fence to your rivals. I don’t know if you chose the right idol – wrote Mr. Patryk, and his comment was met with great support. Regardless of everything, riding in one team with the three-time world champion can only bring benefits to the Post Office. And this is even despite the fact that Pedersen – to put it mildly – is not very helpful during the competition.