The 2021 F1 season saw Red Bull Max Verstappen and Mercedes’s Lewis Hamilton engaging in a intense, dramatic and controversial dual for the drivers championship where the former was successful in dethroning the latter putting an end to the years of domination Lewis Hamilton and team Mercedes had in the hybrid car era.
The Dutchman Max Verstappen’s win didn’t lack controversies though as he secured the title in the last lap of season finisher in Abu Dhabi by overtaking rival Lewis Hamilton who was leading majority of the race thanks to unlapping decision from Race Director Michael Masi, a decision which still divides the F1 world.
Will Buxton the British Formula 1 digital presenter and reporter at Liberty Media is well known around the F1 circle. He is the narrator behind the Netflix documentary Drive to Survive giving fans an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the drivers and races of the Formula 1 World Championship. The narrator has now recently updated fans on the upcoming 4th season of the show.
Will Buxton captioned his post “DTS BTS” announcing the release of 4th season F1 themed Netflix show Drive to Survive. Will Buxton went on thank the producer Box to Box Films for the experience after announcing that the last interview for season 4 is complete.
“Final interview for season 4 in the can. Thank you, Box to Box Films. As always, it’s been huge fun”
Drive to Survive what to expect in 4th season
The first season covered the 2018 World Championship and 2 seasoned followed covered the 2019 and 2020 world championships. The premier of all those seasons were aired few weeks before the following season began and season 4 is expected to follow the same pattern aligning the release with the 2022 season opener.
Fans will be eager to watch the exclusive footages and interviews on and off the F1 track during one of the most dramatic title duals between Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton. Though fans will be bit disappointed as they won’t be seeing much from reigning champion Max Verstappen as he had earlier mentioned staying away from the show. But the season has so much to showcase with exciting wins from Esteban Ocon and Daniel Ricciardo’s win, and a return to podium from former world champion Fernando Alonso in 2021.