Drive to Survive has been a hit for Netflix since it was first shown in 2019, helping bring rafts of new fans to F1 with unparalleled behind-the-scenes access. Haas team boss Steiner has become a fan favourite through the first two seasons of Drive to Survive, most notably for his forthright demeanour and interactions with his drivers. Read Also: No point being fake for Netflix – Steiner How Steiner’s smashed office door delivers peak Netflix drama Steiner is once again a key part of the third season, which was released by Netflix on Friday morning. Former Haas driver Romain Grosjean’s accident at the Bahrain Grand Prix is a major storyline late in the season, taking the focus of an entire episode. Steiner is yet to watch any of the three seasons of Drive to Survive and refuses to watch it, but said he had no issues with how Netflix delivered its storylines, saying it was the job of filmmakers to make events as dramatic as possible. “We know filmmakers, they get the best they can out of it – that’s pretty clear,” Steiner told Motorsport.com. “I don’t know how much was played up, and therefore I’m not with those who… Read full this story
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