First days of shooting for the documentary The Perfect Speed.

The production of the documentary The Perfect Speed has finally started with the first days of shooting in Bardi, the town where I live. We spent three intense days together with the director and the crew that is in charge of the documentary production. I had the chance to live truly emotional moments again.

This is just the first step but we are on track for a job that will surprise you, I'm sure!


Thanks again to those of you who have supported us from the beginning, when we launched the crowdfunding campaign to finance the documentary production costs and to my long-time sponsors who have believed in the project right from the start: Airoh helmetAndreani International GroupEvil EyewearFormulaGT bicycle.

Once again it was not easy, but in the end we made it: the project took off and another important piece has been added.

Due to the health emergency, we had to wait a few months before we could seriously get on the track and plan the beginning of the works. My situation is difficult, I have to take every necessary precaution and safety, when I go out or meet people, is key for me. But I'm used to that, as I always say 'obstacles are meant to be overcome' and when this documentary is out, it will be even more touching and beautiful to watch, because it will be the result of waiting, commitment and dedication. When I want to achieve something, I don't stop and just go on to the bitter end.

As I will tell you in the documentary, despite my situation I feel lucky because I am surrounded by people who take care of me. In Montecatone, where I spent a year in hospital after the accident, I met quadriplegics who live in hospital. Alone.

I have you and I thank you again for allowing me to achieve this goal!

"You'll never walk alone."

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