Drive To Survive

Team principal reacts to Netflix capturing fresh Wolff outburst in Canada

Netflix’s F1 series Drive to Survive has certainly done wonders for the sport in terms of growing the audience worldwide. The series has created narratives over recent years, and has captured outbursts from both drivers and team principals not usually seen on TV. It’s rumoured that the biggest outburst yet will be seen on the


Ricciardo didn’t want to ‘force’ friendship with Norris

McLaren driver Daniel Ricciardo has revealed that he did not want to “force” a friendship with Lando Norris after the anticipation of their relationship as team-mates. Having enjoyed frequent jokes with each other in 2020 and famously, in the British Grand Prix press conference in 2021, Norris and Ricciardo were confirmed as McLaren’s driver line-up


Gasly criticises Netflix for going too far with Drive to Survive

After the release of the latest season of Netflix’s Drive to Survive docuseries, AlphaTauri’s Pierre Gasly is the latest Formula 1 driver to air his criticism. While the Netflix show has become a huge hit to help F1 reach a new market of fans, showrunners have felt backlash from the drivers and others in the


‘You ruined it’: Max Verstappen jumps to Lando Norris’ defence

Max Verstappen’s criticism of Netflix’s Drive to Survive docuseries has continued, and he has reiterated his distaste for the inauthenticity of the show. Verstappen refused to take part in any interviews for Netflix last year, suggesting that they “faked a few rivalries” to manufacture drama. Indeed, they included a radio clip in season four of


Drive to Survive: Is it time for Formula 1 to kick Netflix out?

Drive to Survive entered Formula 1 in 2018 to film unprecedented and fascinating behind the scenes footage of the lives and daily operations of F1 teams and drivers. There have now been four seasons of the popular show, but questions are being raised as to its usefulness to the pinnacle of motorsport. Intoxicating, exhilarating, infuriating

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