Formula One followers shall be handled to a brand new docuseries this March referred to as “System 1: Drive to Survive.” The collection is a Netflix-exclusive and premieres a few week earlier than the kick off of the 2019 season.
In F1’s announcement on Wednesday, the league mentioned to count on 10 episodes that dive not solely into the combat to grow to be World Champion, but in addition study extra intimate particulars of the groups and drivers. Viewers will acquire perception into the drivers’ private lives, together with their households and coaching, and the present will embrace commentary from group principals and homeowners.
The collection will observe every stage of the 2018 F1 World Championship, starting in Melbourne, Australia, and ending up in Abu Dhabi. The trailer above exhibits some unimaginable footage of behind-the-scenes work the group does, emotional moments when a driver crashes, and households who merely pray for a clear race. We do not know what number of drivers the docuseries follows, however the trailer exhibits a number of footage of Daniel Riccardo who switched from Pink Bull Racing to Renault after final season.
Whereas the collection follows the 2018 season, 2019 is certain to convey some extra pleasure with minor automotive modifications involving aero parts and Pink Bull Racing’s swap to Honda engines. We additionally eagerly await how Mercedes-AMG will stack up towards rivals this season after Lewis Hamilton walked away as champion in 2018. Ferrari is actually itching to return to the highlight.
The brand new collection debuts March eight and will tide followers over till the 2019 season kicks off with the Australian Grand Prix on March 17.