Formula 1: Drive to Survive getting a fourth season in Netflix, the dreamer announced. The popular documentary series is the first to offer exclusive, intimate access to the world’s biggest running competition, uncovering the true history of the sport – not only the struggle of being No. 1, but the battle for the heart, soul and direction of its business. Multi billionaire.
In Season 4, fans will be taken behind the scenes to see firsthand how the drivers and teams fight it out for victory at the 2021 Grand Prix. James Gay Rees (Amy, Army) E Paul Martin (Diego Maradona) Box to Box Films produce the series.
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In its first three seasons, the show has been awarded a BAFTA TV Craft Award and a Telly Award, along with two Broadcast Tech Innovation Award nominations and nominations from the UK Cinema Audio Society, the Golden Trailer Awards and the Royal Television Society.
Formula 1: Drive to Survive debuted in March 2019, returning for its second season last February. Its most recent season, covering the 2020 World Championships, premiered on 19 March this year.