Forward of the season-four premiere of Netflix’s “Method One: Drive to Survive,” F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali warned that the collection’ future is not assured.
In a latest interview with British publication SpecificDomenicali stated “Drive to Survive” has helped develop consciousness of F1, however stated it should proceed so as to add “worth” for the Netflix partnership to proceed.
“If it is turning into only a totally different approach to discuss F1 with out including, or giving to the F1 platform any added worth, possibly I feel it is higher to renegotiate and see with Netflix and with the opposite companions what might be a chance to do one thing totally different sooner or later,” Domencali stated.
Crimson Bull Racing’s Max Verstappen on the 2021 Method One Abu Dhabi Grand Prix
The fourth season of “Drive to Survive” premieres March 11. It covers the turbulent 2021 season, which noticed Max Verstappen win his first F1 driver’s championship, beating Lewis Hamilton in controversial vogue on the remaining race after a season-long battle.
As with earlier seasons, “Drive to Survive” may even cowl happenings additional down the grid. The 2021 season noticed the transformation of Racing Level and Renault into Aston Martin and Alpine, respectively, in addition to Fernando Alonso’s F1 return on the latter. “Drive to Survive” will doubtless additionally characteristic Russian drive Nikita Mazepin, who was simply dropped by Haas after the staff severed hyperlinks with sponsor Uralkali over the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
The 2022 F1 season marks a significant guidelines shakeup that has modified the look of F1 automobiles and goals to enhance the standard of competitors. This alteration in the established order might present some fascinating materials for “Drive to Survive,” assuming the collection is allowed to proceed.