Quite interesting quote from Aru's coach:
AlsoFabio still not physically fully mature but that will make it extremely interesting to work with him. He’s got the numbers to be a real champion and the mentality to back it up. The truth is we don’t really know his limits
Any references?I like linear progress rather exploits and Fabio has followed a constant development
What will 2016 be?At the 2014 Giro d’Italia he won a stage and was third overall... finishing fifth in the Vuelta and winning a stage.
This year he won two stages at the Giro and was second overall behind a rider of the calibre of Contador. Then in Spain he proved his ability by winning the Vuelta.”