Drive to Survive: The second season will feature Mercedes and Ferrari

Both teams had given up participating in the first part of the series because they were focused on defining the 2018 title.

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It's official: the teams Mercedes y Ferrari de F1 agreed to participate in the second season of Drive to Survive, the documentary series of Netflix whose issuance is scheduled for next year.

The announcement was made by Ian Holmes, Director of Media Rights in Formula 1, who was enthusiastic about the continuity of the agreement reached with Netflix.

"It is a truly unique series that allows fans to see the invisible side of the F.1 by showing the personalities and emotions that run through the team and the driver, both on and off the track." he claimed.

"Drive to Survive has allowed us to reach a new fan base globally and partnering with Netflix for a second season ensures that we continue to put fans at the heart of what we do.", Anadio.

The 10-episode first season of “Drive to Survive” was filmed in 2018 and released this year. He focused mainly on the teams that are further down the grid after the decision of Mercedes and Ferrari not to participate, alluding that they were focused on the definition of the title.

The look at the championship from behind the scenes was very well received by fans and sponsors and for these reasons the two teams reversed their position.

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