Drive to Survive backlash: Mercedes boss claims Netflix added 'scenes that didn't happen'

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Drive to Survive backlash: Mercedes boss claims Netflix added 'scenes that didn't happen'

“From a pilot's point of view, I don't like being part of it,” he told AP. “They have invented a rivalry that doesn't really exist.“That's why I de

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“From a pilot’s point of view, I don’t like being part of it,” he told AP. “They have invented a rivalry that doesn’t really exist.

“That’s why I decided not to participate anymore and not give interviews since then, because that way they can’t show anything either.

“I don’t like drama, I want facts and things that really happen.”

Drive to Survive’s fourth season will undoubtedly be one of Netflix’s biggest documentary releases of the year, but F1 fans now know to take the series’ claims with a pinch of salt.

Express.co.uk has contacted Netflix for comment.

Drive to Survive season 4 will be released on Friday, March 11 on Netflix.



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