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Ferrari chief pleased with F1's Netflix venture

If you watched the first series of Netflix's hit F1-based show 'Drive to Survive', you may have noticed the lack of contricution and insight from Ferrari and Mercedes. F1's two fastest teams decided not to feature in the first series, but having seen its success, they've given in for season two and Ferrari chairman Louis Camilleri has given it his support. The show, recapping the 2018 season from many different perspectives, gave fans a new insight into the lives of drivers and team members.  Read more Mattia Binotto full of praise for Charles Leclerc after 'exceptional' 2019 It was well received and quickly renewed for a second season, and Camilleri has praised the thought process...
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