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‘Formula 1: Drive to Survive’ Returns to Track in Season 4 First Trailer

Twenty drivers – some veterans, some rookies – compete in drama-filled and adrenaline-fueled another Formula 1 season

Bradley - Wed, 09 Mar 2022 10:03:10 +0000 2643 Views
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Netflix has revealed the first trailer for ‘Formula 1: Drive to Survive’ Season 4. The award-winning documentary series will return with the fourth season on March 11 on Netflix, worldwide.

Season 4 will once again take fans behind the scenes, allowing them to see firsthand how the drivers and teams prepare to compete for victory in one of the sport's most dramatic seasons to date, Formula One World Championship 2021.

Produced by Netflix and Formula One, the series has covered the World Championship of 2020, 2019, and 2018 in its previous three seasons.

The show's third season, covering the 2020 Formula One World Championship premiered on March 19, 2021, and followed several of the previous season's stories, such as Daniel Ricciardo's displeasure with Renault and Pierre Gasly's attempts to reclaim his lost spot at Red Bull. It also discussed the season's impact of the COVID-19 epidemic, Scuderia Ferrari's struggle to remain competitive following the power unit controversy the previous year, and Romain Grosjean's severe crash at the Bahrain Grand Prix.

In the last race of season 3, although Mercedes and Red Bull have already claimed first and second position in the Constructors' World Championships, a battle for third place remains between McLaren, Racing Point, and Renault in the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. Racing Point sits in third before the race, with McLaren 10 points and Renault 22 points behind, respectively. McLaren's drivers finish fourth and sixth in qualifying, while Renault's drivers finish 11th and 12th. Lance Stroll of Racing Point qualifies eighth, but his teammate Sergio Pérez will start on the back row of the grid after his car needed replacement power unit parts that exceed the allowable quota. This helps little in the race when a power unit failure forces Pérez to retire on lap 9, putting the team's position in jeopardy. By the chequered flag McLaren successfully wins 18 championship points, Renault an additional nine, and Racing Point only one; with McLaren securing third place in the constructors' championship. At the end of the season, the teams bid farewell to their departing drivers, Racing Point announces their rebranding to Aston Martin, and Lewis Hamilton discusses his experiences with racism in Formula One and his desire to speak out in the aftermath of the murders of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor.

James Gay-Rees, Paul Martin, and Sophie Todd are the executive producers behind this Documentary series. The 2019 Season was one of the most-watched shows on Netflix.



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