Netflix and F1 Ink Deal to Create Docu-series on 2018 Season

When we first heard that Netflix and F1 had inked a deal, we thought they were going all-in by broadcasting races live. That in itself would have been a huge deal - imagine Netflix delving into live broadcasts. But you can't have it all at least for the meantime. But the next best thing is that both parties have agreed to create a docu-series on the 2018 FIA Formula One World Championship, to be screened in early 2019 which promises to be the first to truly immerse the audience inside the cockpits, the paddock and the lives of the key players in Formula 1. The series promises to have unparalleled and exclusive access to the world’s fastest drivers, team principals and owners, as well as Formula 1’s own management team. That in itself sounds epic for motorsports fans. The docu-series will be 10 episodes long. Expect more information from us in the coming months about Netflix and their upcoming F1 series.

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