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Will F1 lose its Netflix innocence?

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Will F1 lose its Netflix innocence?
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Apr 24, 2019, 4:07 PM

The Netflix documentary Drive to Survive has been well received by most in Formula 1 circles despite the conspicuous absence of Ferrari and Mercedes. Will the streaming service commission a second series, and what direction could it take?

The Netflix show 'Drive to Survive' has been a big win for Formula 1. Launched just before the start of the 2019 season, it has proved popular with fans old and new. Crucially, it's also been mostly well received in the paddock.

A clear sign of that success is the fact that filming for series two is already underway, though official confirmation of an extended deal has not yet been forthcoming. In anticipation of an agreement being signed, production company Box to Box has been busy gathering footage at Barcelona testing and at the three races held so far.

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Author Adam Cooper