Sainz is disappointed with Netflix

Things are well known when they are experienced from within, and after having been able to experience first-hand everything that being part of the Ferrari family entails, Carlos Sainz has been “disappointed” with the image projected by ‘Netflix’ in his documentary ‘Drive to Survive’ about the Scuderia. The chapter that had those of Maranello as protagonists, reflected a team in low hours during a 2020 that, despite being complicated for the Italian firm at a sports level, according to its current driver does not reflect the reality of a garage that really “It’s much bigger and better than it looks there”, according to Carlos’s vision in GQ.

The previous year was too complex for a team like Ferrari, which only added two podiums (third places) and finished sixth in the Constructors’ World Championship, after a year where power loss that suffered their engines weighed down a whole season that also ended with the commotion related to Vettel’s goodbye and the signing of a Carlos Sainz disenchanted with ‘Netflix’: “The episode of the third season about Ferrari is not very good. I was relatively disappointed when I saw it. We were going through a rough patch, but I think All the great teams in all sports go through difficult years. Now we are on the way back up. “

The man from Madrid is not the first pilot to disagree with a series that, despite having aroused the interest of a large public in general and the United States in particular, Nor has it satisfied Max Verstappen. The Dutchman confirmed at the last United States GP that he will not participate in the next season of this production, as he does not intend to fuel non-existent rivalries between himself and the other contender for the title, Hamilton. Although the British did not comment on his vision about what ‘Netflix’ shows about him Great Circus, Yes, his team did, qualifying the broadcast as successful. A thought that in a way Sainz shares, because “Netflix has allowed fans in the US and toned the world to see the personalities of the pilots”, despite the fact that the image of Ferrari has not been reflected in the proper way.

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