Groups have revealed their racecar liveries and pre-season testing has formally begun, because the System 1 area prepares for the beginning of the season in Melbourne, Australia, on March 17. For fanatics, it nonetheless feels a lifetime away, however Netflix has one thing up its sleeve that might partially quell the ready pains. On March eight, a 10-part behind-the-scenes documentary known as System 1: Drive to Survive will debut on the streaming platform.
A voice close to the tip of the just-released trailer for the brand new F1 documentary has a purposely eerie tone to it. “I will do something I can to get the perfect outcomes attainable,” it says. “I am not fearful about dying.” It is a assertion that is meant to evoke the emotion, the fervour, and the depth of presumably probably the most harmful sport on the planet. It is also doubtless a theme for the documentary that bounces from location to location through the size of a season.
Crafted by Academy Award-winning author and producer James Homosexual Rees (of Senna and Amy fame), Field to Field Movies co-founder Paul Martin, and showrunner Sophie Todd, Drive to Survive will discover the behind-the-scenes motion, drama, and sacrifices of F1. Netflix says it would have “unprecedented entry to the highest drivers, principals, and homeowners,” which ought to make for some fascinating perception into the game.
“Netflix was the proper platform on which to inform the within story of this unbelievable sport,” Martin mentioned in a press launch. “F1 has lengthy been a world of colourful characters and super-sized egos, thrills and drama, victory and tragedy, however till now that world has been largely hidden and secretive from followers.”
The docu-series will debut March eight and might be accessible to anyone with a regular Netflix streaming subscription. Take a look at the complete trailer above.