Netflix is bringing us up to speed on proceedings in the high-octane world of Formula 1 with their behind the scenes look at the pinnacle of four-wheel motorsports and the 2020 season.
After the stalled start to the 2020 season in episode one of Drive To Survive, Netflix keep the cameras rolling and we head back to the races with the Austrian Grand Prix.
As the season continues, Netflix appears to be spending an episode with each team and this time round, to the joy of many and eye-rolling of others, we are with Mercedes.
Ah Ferrari, I think everyone is hoping for some big revelation here. Will we finally get to hear what went on behind closed doors between Ferrari and the FIA in relation to the engine and power last year?
This time round we are with Renault at the Austrian GP with the focus very much on Daniel Riccardo.
So, we switch to Red Bull Racing or, more specifically, we actually switch to their sister team Scuderia AlphaTauri where we find former Red Bull Racing driver Pierre Gasly
Guenther Steiner, perhaps the funniest team principal of them all. A man not afraid of saying how things are
We are with the McLaren boys of Carlos Sainz and Lando Norris, actually, we open with Lando whilst he’s streaming live on Twitch and decides to call Sainz on his mobile.
Here, we are in Bahrain for the penultimate races of the season and perhaps the most memorable races of recent memory, for all the wrong reasons.
In the final episode we’re at the end of the season in Abu Dhabi and it’s the race in the constructor’s championship for third place that we’re focussing on.
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A Netflix docuseries following the ups and downs of the 2019 Formula 1 season