Born in 1952, from Ferrara, he fell in love with the world of racing by attending the tests and the race of the 1000 km of Monza in 1967, won by the Ferrari P4 of Lorenzo Bandini and Chris Amon. While still a student, he began to collaborate with weekly Autosprint, under the direction of Marcello Sabbatini. He graduated in Political Science and attended the Henry Morrogh Driving School and later the Csai Federal Driving School, at the Vallelunga racetrack. After a couple of competitive experiences in F. Abarth and F.2000, he resumed journalistic activity in the mid-eighties writing for the newspaper L’Unità and then for the weekly Rombo. He followed F1 overall from 1986 to 2012, a period in which he met and interviewed numerous drivers, including the unforgettable Ayrton Senna. He frequents the world of the automobile in general, participating in numerous presentations and various international exhibitions. He tested various sports cars, from Ferrari to Porsche, from Lamborghini to Aston Martin and with the latter he carried out a test in 2009, lapping on the legendary Le Mans circuit. Since 2002 he has collaborated with Conti Editore, in particular for the monthly AUTO and for AM.