Netflix and Formula One have released a trailer for the upcoming second season of the behind the scenes Formula One documentary, Drive to Survive.
Lauded by fans and drivers alike, the second season of the documentary series 'Drive to Survive' has fans in a frenzy of excitement. Unlike in season one, all ten teams will feature.
Previously, Mercedes and Ferrari refused to open their doors to the Netflix cameras, but this changed after they saw the success of season one. What makes this even better, is that the cameras were allowed in for one race only.
Given that they were celebrating 125-years of racing in motorsport and their 200th Grand Prix start, Mercedes elected to allow the cameras in at the German Grand Prix. This also happened to be the worst weekend the team would endure all season.
The season will launch on February 28 and, as the trailer suggests, viewers can expect more of the same as in season one - especially when it comes to Guenther Steiner and his no nonsense attitude.
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