It is the first time a car mechanic has won the national championship in the country, but Giacomo Di Francesco of Corsair Mechanical Keyboard has a message for all aspiring mechanics.
“I have to be very honest.
I am the youngest guy in this championship and I have only been with the team for a year.
But I want to be the best in the world,” Di Francesc said.
“The future is bright and the players are very talented, and we are a team that will fight for every single point.”
It will be a tough year for Di Francesca, who won the title in 2014 with his new team.
He will be hoping to be rewarded by his new manager for his achievements with Corsairs Mechanical Keyboard, which he founded in the summer of 2015 with fellow Italian Mario Vittori and Italian Andrea Della Pergola.
“My main aim is to be a champion in the Italian sport and a champion for my country,” Di Giacomani said.
He was born in L’Aquila, and grew up in the Sicilian city of Bologna, before attending the same school as fellow Italians Giorgio Aranello and Alessandro Paredes.
Di Francescos was an international student in England before making the switch to the US.
After a two-year spell in New York, Di Francesci was offered the job at Corsars Mechanical Keyboard in January 2016, and soon became a familiar face on the field.
“It was a very good move for me, because I was looking for a team and wanted to win,” Di Francisci said.
It was a dream job for a young Italian who wanted to compete at the top level in the sport.
He has been at C&G for four years now and is very happy with the way things are going.
“We are very close to being champions.
There is no doubt that we will be the champion,” Di Franci said after winning the championship.
Di Giacco says his team will continue to build and develop on what he has learnt in the last two years at the club.
“In my last year, I achieved a lot, and I learned from a lot of good players, so I want the team to do that the same.
It will only be a matter of time before I can do the same,” he said.
“I have a lot to offer to the team, because we are working on new features.
I will do the basics of playing and scoring and I will try to be as flexible as possible,” he added.
Di Francisca, however, is confident his team can continue on their journey.
“To win a championship in Italy is very important for me.
I can see this club is doing a great job.
I have to keep improving, because our results will depend on the players,” he concluded.
Corsairs mechanical keyboard was founded by Italian duo Di Francescono and Parede and will compete in the European Cup this year, with a home and away tie against French side Ligue 1 side Stade de Bordeaux on March 27.
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