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Ferrari's Camilleri: Netflix series was 'wise move' by F1

Ferrari CEO Louis Camilleri says Liberty Media's decision to showcase F1's inner workings through Netflix's series on the sport was among the "wise moves" made by the commercial rights holder. Liberty commissioned the exclusive 10-part 'Formula 1: Drive to Survive' docu-series which premiered on Netflix back in February and turned out to be a smashing success. The series which offers an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the sport will return for a second season in 2020. F1 and 'Drive to Survive' get a second season on Netflix While Ferrari - and Mercedes - were conspicuously absent from season 1 of Drive to Survive, Camilleri believes the production is a good example how...
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