Netflix has released a first look at their upcoming documentary about the life of Formula 1 legend Ayrton Senna.
Drive to Survive has been a huge success for the streaming service, and they're diving deeper into F1 .
It also takes fans behind the scenes of drivers and key personnel off the track and has helped boosted the profiles of the likes of Daniel Ricciardo and Guenther Steiner.
Now, Netflix has confirmed a new documentary about three-time champion Senna, which is scheduled to premiere this year.
Netflix announce new Senna miniseries
Known simply as ‘Senna’, the miniseries is being produced in partnership with Senna Brands and is yet to announce an official release date.
The biographical drama will take a deep dive into Senna’s life, covering his professional life on the track and how he became an icon not just in Brazil but worldwide, his personal life and his relationships up until his tragic death at the 1994 San Marino Grand Prix.
A new behind the scenes look at the upcoming series, SENNA.
Starring Gabriel Leone, the series will trace the career of the three-time Formula 1 racing champion Ayrton Senna -- one of Brazil's greatest heroes. pic.twitter.com/lInrN7i80U
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