Recommended Reading: How A Netflix Series Changed Formula 1

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An F1 season ended last weekend with more drama than Netflix producers could dream of, and neither the service nor the racing series will complain. The documentary style series Formula 1: Drive to survive has dramatically expanded F1’s fan base since its debut in 2019, with behind-the-scenes cinematic access to drivers, teams and tactics from the previous season. “Nowhere has this effect been more evident than in America,” writes Slater.

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