Tour de France | Netflix wants to follow the teams behind the scenes in their biggest race

Tour de France |  Netflix wants to follow the teams behind the scenes in their biggest race

The success of the “Drive to Survive” series has opened the eyes of all kinds of other sports, hoping to benefit in the same way as Formula 1. Thanks in part to the Netflix series, popularity in the United States has skyrocketed, which can be profitable.

Better stolen from a bad inventor, you are now thinking about one sport after another. And shooting during the Tour de France could be a little boost that the peloton can use. ASO, Netflix and eight cycling teams are in talks to create a new project, The Telegraph reports.

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The production company Box to Box Films also participated. It doesn’t sound very exciting, but this is the same company that was involved in setting up the Formula 1 series. By the way, Netflix and peloton are not completely strangers to each other, as the documentary “El Día Menos Pensado” testified.

In this documentary, Movistar is closely followed, and a behind-the-scenes glimpse into the Spanish team has many cycling enthusiasts fed up. Once something happens in Movistar, people often go back to the track of events that have been made transparent through Netflix.

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Hence the interest of the various teams in it also becoming part of the Netflix series, although it could help that the next edition of the tour will be a little more exciting than the previous one, when Tadej Pogacar dominated.

One factor in the success of the Formula 1 series is that the dominance of Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes was shattered by Max Verstappen and Red Bull. Season 4, which is about to begin, is due in part to this – and of course thanks to the fantastic climax in Abu Dhabi – surrounded by high expectations.

Where do you watch?

All spring classics and all major tours can be watched live on Eurosport or broadcast ad-free via Discover+.

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