For those who can’t get enough of the Netflix documentary series campaign to survive There is good news: Formula 1 and Netflix have expanded the scope of cooperation. As a result, at least two more seasons of the popular series will appear on the streaming service.
campaign to survive It first appeared in 2019, when Formula 1 drivers and team bosses were followed in the 2018 season. It turned out to be a huge hit with millions of people watching the series. Not only was it interesting for seasoned F1 fans, the series also attracted a lot of interest from people who weren’t yet familiar with the sport. Partly because of the streak, Formula 1 has grown exponentially in the US, with more than 400,000 people going to Austin for last year’s Grand Prix.
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There’s good news for fans of the Netflix series: Formula 1 is expanding its collaboration with the streaming service, which is already filming Season 5 this season. Now fans can also count on the sixth season, as the 2023 Formula 1 season will be central.
Recently, Formula 1 chief Stefano Domenicali warned that the Netflix series should have an added value. He said this in response to criticism that the series has to endure more and more. For example, in the editing room, the audio parts are treated too comically, to not correspond to reality. This was reason enough not to take part in the series, world champion Max Verstappen. Domenicali hopes that the Dutchman will participate again in the new seasons campaign to survive†
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“A driver who refuses to participate because he feels he is not being filmed in the right way is not constructive,” Domenicali said earlier this year. “It takes dialogue to understand how to engage in a form that he feels comfortable with. It is something we will discuss with all drivers. We need to ensure that this project continues to attract people, without tarnishing the image and meaning of the sport.”
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