Born in Gdańsk, Pieszczek first had success as a junior in 2007.
He made his Polish league debut in 2011 for Wybrzeże Gdańsk, going on to ride for the club in the Ekstraliga in 2012. He won the Bronze Helmet in 2012 and 2013, and in 2013 was also part of the victorious Polish team in the European Junior Championships. In 2015 he moved to Falubaz Zielona Góra.
After finishing seventh in 2014, in 2016 he finished runner-up (to Max Fricke) in the World Under-21 Championship, won the Silver Helmet competition, and finished fourth in the Polish Individual Speedway Championship. He was also part of the Polish team that won the 2016 Speedway World Cup.
He rode for GKM Grudziądz in Poland and Lejonen in the Swedish Elitserien in 2017, but after a disappointing season he embarked on an intensive training regime over the winter of 2017/18. For the 2018 season he stays with Grudziądz in Poland and signed for Leicester Lions in the British SGB Premiership.
Polish speedway rider currently racing for Get Well Torun in Poland and Fjelstad Speedway in Denmark.
He became Polish Individual U 21 Speedway Champion and Polish Team Pair U 21 Speedway Champion in 2016 and followed up with third place in 2017. He qualified to the final of Bronze Helmet meeting in 2013, 2014, 2015 and followed up with second place in 2016 and as a runner-up in Golden Helmet meeting in 2016. He also finished 4th in the Silver Helmet meeting in 2014.
Daniel’s success was recognised, and he was invited as a Wild Card to Gorzow FIM Speedway Grand Prix in 2016. Daniel was also called in to represent Poland in Prague in 2016. In 2018 for the second time in Daniel’s career he become U-21 Polish Speedway Champion. He also became U-21 Speedway World Champion, U-21 Speedway European Champion and U-21 Speedway Pair Champion. In 2018 Daniel was also invited to FIM Speedway Grand Prix in Torun as a Wild Card.
Vadim Tarasenko (born May 12, 1994)is a Russian speedway rider who ride for Latvian Lokomotiv Daugavpils in the Polish First League (second division).
His first speedway club is a Vostok Vladivostok from Russia. As 15 years old, Tarasenko started in Individual Under-19 Russian Championship final, finishing third.Tarasenko finishing 11th at under-21 championship scoring 5 points.
In January 2010, Tarasenko signed a four years contract in Polish league for Latvian Lokomotiv Daugavpils. On May 15 he was confirmed for starting in Polish league (minimum 16 years old). From that day, he can compete in the Polish league.
Three days after his 16th birthday, Tarasenko started in 2010 Individual Speedway Junior World Championship Qualifying Round Three in Gdańsk, Poland. Tarasenko and his uncle Artem Laguta won qualify to the Semi-Final One on June 26 in Krško, Slovenia.