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  • Netflix Formula 1: Drive To Survive

    Marvelous. The camera work, the narration, this whole series is A+. This is as good as it gets.


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    I watched the first three episodes last night. I'll be back for the rest. Well put together, and I like that each episode focuses on a few storylines without trying to tell the whole story, or explaining F1 to a newcomer. It treats the viewers like knowledgeable fans, as it should.
    "He went into a tire barrier, which is certainly the nicest of all the barriers." -Bobby Unser, Denver '90

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    • #3
      Absolutely an A+. Camera work is outstanding.

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      • #4
        Great time for Netflix to offer me a free month...
        If this hearing has taught us anything, it's that no woman alive should spend a minute worrying she's unqualified to run for office. Kate Harding

        Brian's Wish * Jason Foundation

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        • #5
          A very good series and very entertaining too.
          RIP Justin! WWJCD

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          • #6
            I was shocked to find out that some of the drivers and principals swear. 'We look like a bunch of f****ing wankers!'

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            • #7
              The candidness and lack of censoring was quite surprising to me. The world of F1 is generally so buttoned down and proper that it feels strange to hear these folks talk like humans rather than sound bite emanating robots.
              "He went into a tire barrier, which is certainly the nicest of all the barriers." -Bobby Unser, Denver '90

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              • #8
                Just binged watched. Really good. And we think there are politics in Indy Car.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by happyscrappy-t View Post
                  The candidness and lack of censoring was quite surprising to me. The world of F1 is generally so buttoned down and proper that it feels strange to hear these folks talk like humans rather than sound bite emanating robots.
                  From what I've seen from watching the non-American telecasts in the past, they sometimes slip up and swear on camera. They usually catch themselves since they know they are being broadcasted around the world. That being said Neflix isn't really censored unlike broadcast TV so anything goes.

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                  • #10
                    phenomenal series that got me back into F1.... I've watched every episode 3 times now... watched it through by myself then with my wife and now with my kids.... Indycar needs this!!!
                    No where in your rambling incoherent response did you come close to anything that could be considered a rational thought. We are all dumber for having listened to it. I award you no points and may God have mercy on your soul.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by happyscrappy-t View Post
                      The candidness and lack of censoring was quite surprising to me. The world of F1 is generally so buttoned down and proper that it feels strange to hear these folks talk like humans rather than sound bite emanating robots.
                      Agreed, but not at all unusual for these Formula One 'inside' documentaries. The public entertainer is often very different from the private (off-camera) one and the F1 producers always seem adept at showing us another side of the sport and drivers. IMO the 'popular' driver stories remain where they should- Sunday pre-race show.
                      "Democracy is the theory that the common people know what they want, and deserve to get it good and hard." H.L. Mencken

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