The trailer of the new Netflix F1 documentary has sent the F1 fraternity into a state of frenzy.
Fans have been waiting for some insight into the F1 world, and what better than a full fledged documentary to show the working of F1 teams and all the behind the scenes coverage of a hotly contested F1 season.
The Netflix series is going to be a 10 part-one and will be available on the platform from the 8th of March.
“As we move into a new generation of Formula 1 we are thrilled to announce our new docu-series ‘Formula 1: Drive to Survive‘,” Ian Holmes said.
“This truly unique series embodies the sport and helps us to showcase and unearth the untold stories on and off the track.
“Partnering with Netflix to create an original series puts us at the forefront of becoming a media and entertainment brand and attracting new fans to the sport.” he added.
Unparalleled Speed. Unprecedented Access.
F1 comes to @Netflix. From the producer of Amy and Senna, go deeper into the world of F1 in this exclusive all access documentary.
Formula 1: Drive to Survive. Coming globally to Netflix on March 8. pic.twitter.com/4grSh7f9vs
— Formula 1 (@F1) February 20, 2019
Now, in the trailer at 0:59 seconds, Grosjean can be seen pushing away the camera, as the trailer talks about adrenaline in the sport of F1 and how it drives all the drivers.
While it may seem harsh on Grosjean’s part to push the camera away, new footage shows that Grosjean was actually being the good guy during that entire sequence.
Check out the video:
Netflix did try and fit in some sensationalism in the trailer and fans would be hoping that the whole thing is not made of the same thing.
How do you think the entire thing will turn out to be?