Those who have the passion of the engines knows: there is always a ride to do. And when the track is not there, it is enough to invent it. So Marco Simoncelli Champion of the world of 250 takes us to the Romagna hills from which, still a child, he fell by bike and without hands, or in the central streets of Riccione where he enjoyed doing the slalom at all beer among the summer bathers with the little sister of Two years: he on the rollers, she inside the wheelchair. Opens the door of the quarry, mythical place for the motosuonates, where professional riders - including Valentino Rossi - and simple enthusiasts challenge each year to train to drive in extreme conditions, and then finish to dinner all together, with bread , salami and generous wine. When Simoncelli makes the big jump and becomes a professional pilot, the story of him takes us to the circuits around the world, from Mugello to Assen, in the Netherlands, or to the legendary one of Rio de Janeiro. Between pole position, drives at the bottom of the rectilinear, victories and disappointments, you breathe an air at all spoiled by exhaust gases. Indeed, inside the track and in the boxes there is a vital passion for those crazy that straddles of a steel piece sweeps to 300 per hour.