Formula 1 confirms release date for new season of Netflix’s Drive to Survive | F1

Based on the events of F1’s 2022 season, the 10-episode series will air one week before the season opener in Bahrain.

Drive to Survive debuted in 2018, giving fans an exclusive insight into the world of F1.

Initially, Mercedes and Ferrari opted out of the series, giving the spotlight to Haas, in particular team boss Guenther Steiner.

Memorable moments included former Renault/Alpine boss Cyril Abiteboul concluding Christian Horner on the loss of Daniel Ricciardo to Enstone, as well as no engine for 2018 or the trip developer of Valtteri Bottas in a Finnish sauna.

In recent years, all teams have been involved in the series, which is seen as one of the main reasons for F1’s rise in popularity in the United States.

2021 has been an exciting season for the sport with the title battle between Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen down to the final round in Abu Dhabi.

While the title battle dominated the headlines, Verstappen’s own inclusion in the series is unclear given that the current world champion has expressed his disapproval of Netflix’s editing style and the way it creates false narratives.

F1 has revealed the new series will “once again take fans behind the scenes, to see first-hand how drivers and teams prepare to battle for victory in one of the sport’s most dramatic seasons. nowadays”. Prepare to dive into fierce team rivalries, unexpected podium finishes and the intense title battle between Mercedes and Red Bull as the pressure reaches an all-time high both on and off the grid.

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