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Drive to Survive producer: A lot of this series is down to luck

Paul Martin, the executive producer of Netflix's Drive to Survive has pulled-back the curtain on the hit series, revealing some of its seminal moments were simply a case of happenstance. Speaking in a wide-ranging interview with the official Formula 1 website, Martin revealed that as much as DTS' production team had ideas about the stories they wanted to tell, the final product benefited from some unlikely twists of fate. “A lot of this series is down to luck,' Martin admitted. 'If you look at the first series, I don't think we could have envisaged Haas' two cars' wheels literally falling off in Australia. There was a time in Season 1 where I honestly thought Daniel Ricciardo was going...
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