Caitlyn Jenner leaves Christian Horner shell-shocked

Season Five of 'Drive to Survive' was released last Friday on Netflix.

Every year, the hit Netflix docuseries ‘Drive to Survive’ has a moment which will remain in the memory of its viewers, with most believing they know exactly what that moment is following the release of Season Five.

Season Five of the Formula 1-based docuseries was released last Friday, with the vast majority of fans having binge-watched it over the weekend.

Unsurprisingly, clips of the show quickly began to appear on social media, as fans shared their favourite moments.

One segment in particular was brought up, though, more than most, with it involving Red Bull boss Christian Horner and Jenner Racing owner Caitlyn Jenner.

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A conversation between the duo was shown in episode three, where Jenner was seen telling Horner how Ferrari “are Formula 1”!

“Ferrari doing well is just great for the series. I mean they are Formula 1,” Jenner said.

Whilst Jenner is stating how great it is to see Ferrari back at the front, Horner’s face can be seen looking comically perplexed, in what looked like an awkward encounter.

The newest season documented Ferrari’s great start to 2022 before everything began to go wrong, from reliability issues to strategic errors, as well as a handful driver mistakes.

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It was largely due to the reliability and strategic woes that Mattia Binotto lost his job, with former Alfa Romeo boss Frederic Vasseur having been signed as his replacement ahead of the 2023 season which gets underway next weekend at the Bahrain International Circuit.

Ferrari will be hoping to replicate their glorious 1-2 from the Bahrain Grand Prix last year, where Charles Leclerc stormed to victory following an excellent battle with Max Verstappen.

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Red Bull, of course, suffered a late double-DNF at the season opener last year, which allowed Ferrari to open an early lead in the Constructors’ Championship.

Unlike 12 months ago, Ferrari don’t enter the season opener as favourites to win, with the Italians perhaps set to be challenging Aston Martin as well as their usual Austrian rivals.

There is a real belief that Aston Martin could be amongst the title fight, meaning Ferrari could find themselves battling for a podium, rather than the victory.