How did you begin your career in motorsport?
I started in 2008 at university with Formula Student, a great way for young people to get into motorsport. I was an electronic engineer in my team in Italy, and I then went on to participate a further two times in Barcelona. I then moved on to an electric scooter start-up company, where I worked for two years. I was in charge of all the electronic and electric development. I continued to do small projects in motorsport with old friends from university, and this led to us competing in a 24-hour competition in Montmelo, where we built up a racecar from a normal car. It was really awesome for us, but it was very much a passion project and didn’t feel like a job. A year ago, I was given the opportunity to start in Formula E and I found it an easy decision to accept!