FORMULA 1 DRIVER OF THEIR DESTINY. The hit F1 behind-the-scenes documentary series ‘Drive to Survive’ returns to Netflix this week. When will we be able to discover the new episodes?
This is one of Netflix’s successful documentary series, Drive to Survive (from its French title Formula 1: Drivers of their destiny) offers viewers a behind-the-scenes look at the F1 championship every year. The opportunity for Netflix subscribers to experience rare moments with most of the Grand Prix headliners throughout the season. After three successful seasons, Drive to Survive returns in 2022 for an extremely anticipated Season 4 as it looks back on one of the most explosive Formula 1 championship in recent years with a rivalry between Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen reaching its climax. at the very last Grand Prix of the season. Blessed bread for the suspense and something to hook viewers who discover this universe with the documentary series on their sofa!
It is now a tradition, the annual season of Formula 1: Drive to Survive is broadcast just days before the start of the new season of the F1 championship. This year, the series Pilots of their destiny, therefore, returns on March 11, 2022. For those in a hurry, know that Netflix intends to broadcast all 10 episodes of season 4 from 9:00 a.m. in France. Information that will allow you to present yourself in pole position in front of this season 4 which is particularly awaited.
If you are in too much of a hurry to wait for the end of season 4 of Formula 1: Drivers of their destiny, here are the results of the races. After a tense season and a very last Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, it was Max Verstappen who won the 2021 F1 championship with a total of 395.5 points, depriving Lewis Hamilton (387, 5 points) of an eighth title and therefore a record that would have allowed him to beat Michael Schumacher. In the constructors’ championship, Mercedes again won the title with 613.5 points while Red Bull-Honda came second with 585.5 points.
A little clarification for those who are worried about the lack of interviews with Max Verstappen, the first driver of the Red Bull-Honda team did not wish to participate in season 4 of the Netflix documentary series. The racing driver indeed considers that the series arranges itself a little too much with reality, creating conflicting dynamics which sometimes do not exist. The Dutchman who weighs in on the F1 landscape explained his choice to the Associated Press: “They invent a lot of things. They created rivalries that don’t really exist. So I decided not to do any more ‘interviews with them. So they won’t be able to use anything. I’m not one to stage my life to put on a show, I’m more interested in facts and truth.” Of which act, Max Verstappen, therefore, did not accept interviews with the film crew of Drive to Survive for its season 4.