Netflix and Formula 1’ve Declared a 10-part docu-series Named Formula 1: Drive to Survive, by the Oscar-winning Manufacturer of Senna and Amy — British Manufacturer James Gay-Rees — That will provide”Intimate and Exclusive access to the Best racing Contest on Earth.
The show will show the real story of the game — not focusing on the struggle to be number one but provide fans a true insight into the private lives of the personalities on and off the trail.” It chronicles the 2018 period of the Formula One World Championship, beginning in Australia and moving via Bahrain, Canada, Austria, Singapore, the US and Brazil, before ending at the UAE.
Sophie Todd, who’s worked on many docu-series for British networks BBC and Channel 4, is the showrunner.
From the statement, Netflix adds that Formula 1: Drive to Survive will take a look at the”enormous revolution” the game is undergoing because the Liberty Media takeover at January 2017, with an emphasis on’sustainability’ and’enthusiasm’. The show claims to possess”unprecedented access into the top motorists, principals and owners”.
“Netflix was an ideal platform on which to inform the inside story of the unbelievable game,” Martin said in a prepared statement. “F1 has long been a world of vibrant characters and super-sized egos, excitement and play, tragedy and success but until today that universe has been mostly hidden and secretive by lovers. Formula 1: Drive takes the audiences into the center of the world and reveals what it’s like to live, work and race over the planet’s fastest game”
“As we go to a brand new generation of Formula 1, we’re thrilled to announce our newest docuseries Formula 1: Drive to Survive,” Ian Holmes, Formula One’s manager of press rights stated. “This unique series embodies the game and assists to showcase and unearth the untold tales off and on the trail. Partnering with Netflix to make an original show sets us in the forefront of getting a media and entertainment brand and bringing new fans into the game.”