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Netflix’sFormula 1: Survive by Driving—which offers an intimate behind-the-scenes look at the drivers of the Formula One World Championship—is arguably one of the most gripping docuseries in recent history, revealing rivalries, covering crashes and deep-diving into the racers’ personal lives. It’s back with its fourth season. The series, which debuted on March 11, details what is arguably the greatest showdown between seven-time champions. Lewis HamiltonA young challenger Max Verstappen. (Though true fans may be even more excited to watch the Toto Wolff vs. Christian Horner rivalry.)
Sure, the public already knows how the 2021 season ended and who won, but that has never stopped the series from being one of the online streaming giant’s most successful releases, To Survive, DriveRanking No. 1 for TV shows worldwide last March after season three dropped, according to FlixPatrol.
“It’s quite unbelievable, people’s reactions,” executive producer Paul MartinSubmitted The New York TimesOf the overwhelming response. Our show works only because the sport is an amazing spectacle. It’s intensely dramatic and very tense. There are mistakes and huge characters. The show does not reflect all that is possible.