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Technology Netflix's "Drive to Survive" Formula 1 Show Returns February 28

21:45  22 january  2020
21:45  22 january  2020 Source:   msn.com

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The show's second season will cover the 2019 F1 championship, start to finish.© Charles Coates - Getty Images The show's second season will cover the 2019 F1 championship, start to finish.

Netflix's Formula 1 documentary series Drive to Survive will be returning for season two soon, according to the streaming service. The series, which goes behind the scenes to follow teams and drivers through the championship, will be available to watch in-full on February 28, 2020.

The first season, a 10-episode series that covered the 2018 championship, was well-received, with many critics citing it as a factor in F1's recent increase in audience numbers. This time around, all 10 teams have granted behind-the-scenes access to Box to Box Productions, the team behind the series. That means frontrunners Ferrari and Mercedes, which declined to take part in season one, will now be featured as part of the action.

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Like season one, Drive to Survive season two will cover last year's F1 championship. The 2019 season was packed full of excitement, from the chaos at the rain-soaked German Grand Prix, to Leclerc's emotional win at Monza, to the collision-filled drama in Brazil. Considering how well-constructed last season's episodes were, we have a feeling this time around will be just as good, if not better.

via Motorsport.com

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