Arbolino: “I’m ready for any condition and challenge”

“Living in Emilia-Romagna makes the difference when you are small because there are many tracks, it is a little warmer, so there are more facilities and opportunities to train with mini bikes. Now that I’m in the World Championship, I don’t think it changes much living in Romagna because unless you train in structures like the Academy VR46, where there are many riders and a lot of competitiveness during training, it would change very little. In any case, I go to Spain to train on the track because it is warmer and there is a lot of competition. Then I like Lugano because I have a lot of time to think about how to improve myself and how to improve the bike. I have fewer distractions.”

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