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Explosive F1 Drive to Survive series 4 to be released by Netflix on March 11 and show Hamilton vs Verstappen title fight

NETFLIX have confirmed the release date for the highly-anticipated fourth series of Formula One: Drive to Survive.

The brand new series will be released on March 11 and will include unseen behind the scenes footage from the action-packed 2021 season.

Verstappen became the latest winner of the Drivers Championship after beating Hamilton in the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

Viewers will be able to relive some of the best and most controversial moments from last year, including the title-deciding race in Abu Dhabi.

Max Verstappen secured his first Drivers Championship title after he took first place in the controversial finale – beating Lewis Hamilton with an overtake on the last lap.

The outcome caused mass outrage across the world, with Hamilton himself claiming that the race had been ‘manipulated’.

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Viewers will also get to see the fallout after the two rivals crashed at Silverstone… and in Monza.

Verstappen has revealed that he will not be taking part in interviews for the show as he believes that it creates ‘fake’ rivalries.

McLaren fans will be eager to see the episode with Daniel Riccardo and Lando Norris’ incredible finish in Monza, where they took first and second place on the podium.

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Not only will the drama between the drivers be showcased, but also between the team principals.

Red Bull boss Christian Horner and Mercedes boss Toto Wolff locked horns numerous times throughout 2021, especially when it came to their drivers.

In November, Horner claimed that there was ‘no relationship’ between him and Wolff.

The 2022 Formula One season kicks of on March 18 in Bahrain.

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There will be two testing sessions prior to the start.

The first takes place in Spain between 23 and 25 February.

The second will be in Bahrain between 10 and 12 March.

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