The traffic lights come on and the engines roar. Formula 1 is already preparing for its new season and, as a prelude, Netflix also does it with its particular premiere of the World Cup ‘docuseries’, F1: Drive To Survive. The platform once again bets on the biggest motorsport championship and, for the fifth consecutive year, accompanies the fastest drivers in the world in the most hidden ins and outs of the paddock. more rivalry, the return of max verstappen to the series and a new era in F1 that has not left anyone indifferent. All with a common goal: to win the World Cup. Starting next February 24, fans will be able to warm up their engines for the big premiere of the year: the first race in Bahrain, which will arrive just a week later, on March 5.
Like the previous seasons, The Netflix series will have ten chapters that tell the success story of Max Verstappen this past 2022. A follow-up to his second World Cup that, to the surprise of many fans, will have the official presence of the Red Bull driver after his absence in the fourth season when accusing the platform and its producers of creating “some false rivalries” that many other colleagues from the grill they ended up supporting. Coincidences of life, the fourth installment ended up being the most viewed since its birth in 2019, a success of the platform, also encouraged by the fight between Verstappen and Hamilton, who ended up deciding the title in favor of the Dutchman in the last round of the year.
The series, which can only be seen on Netflix, will show the biggest regulation change that has been experienced within Formula 1, but also the most difficult moments for the drivers: the farewell to characters like Daniel Ricciardo or Mick Schumacher, team changes, the blank year of victories for Lewis Hamilton after losing the World Cup or the Ferrari season, which went from more to less against some Red Bull that turned out to be intractable. “A step into the unknown” Summary in the trailer.