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Drivers, managers and team owners live life in the fast lane -- both on and off the track -- during one cutthroat season of Formula 1 racing.Watch on Netflix
Driver Daniel Ricciardo looks to make a statement on the track while the teams prepare for the first race of the season at the Australian Grand Prix.
Team McLaren aims to turn things around as its driver Fernando Alonso faces Renault's Carlos Sainz Jr. at the Spanish Grand Prix in Barcelona.
At the prestigious Monaco Grand Prix, Ricciardo feels pressured by an upstart. Also, the men and women of Williams Racing fight to remain relevant.
The troubled offtrack relationship between Red Bull and Renault hits a new low. Meanwhile, a top Formula 1 driver makes a shocking move.
A team's financial backing doesn't always translate into victories. See: McLaren. Also, the principal and co-owner of Force India faces legal issues.
When Force India is bought by a group led by Lawrence Stroll, the team's two drivers worry Stroll's son, Lance, may take one of their spots.
Perhaps trying too hard, Haas F1 Team driver Romain Grosjean struggles with confidence and nerves at the famed French Grand Prix.
Sauber driver Charles Leclerc hopes to achieve something his late godfather Jules Bianchi never did: race for Ferrari.
The bitter rivalry between Renault and Haas heats up, and the mid-tier teams vie for bragging rights at the United States Grand Prix in Austin, Texas.
Drivers -- both legends and upstarts -- focus on ending the year on a high note as the teams prepare for the season's final race at Abu Dhabi.
Another Formula 1 season kicks off at the Australian Grand Prix as 10 racing teams vie for the podium.
As mediocrity becomes the norm for Team Haas, frustration over the poor performances threaten to tear the group apart from within.
Dogfight - Eager to return their teams to glory, Renault's Daniel Ricciardo and McLaren's Carlos Sainz Jr. vow to prove themselves on the track.
Dark Days - Lewis Hamilton and the Mercedes team — long dominant in Formula 1 — face a true test of mettle on a rain-soaked track at the German Grand Prix.
Great Expectations - Red Bull rivals Max Verstappen and Pierre Gasly race in Monaco, Montreal and Austria, where one driver shines and the other struggles.
Raging Bulls - Alex Albon, the newest driver for Team Red Bull, strives to accomplish what his predecessor couldn't. Also, tragedy strikes at the Belgian Grand Prix.
Seeing Red - Few — if any — teams have a history that can match Ferrari's. But not even the Prancing Horse is immune to a little interdriver drama.
Musical Chairs - For Formula 1 drivers like Nico Hülkenberg, holding on to a job can feel like a game of musical chairs. Will the music stop at the German Grand Prix?
Blood, Sweat & Tears - While many believe Williams's best years are long gone, deputy team principal Claire Williams sees a bright future with rookie driver George Russell.
Checkered Flag - As the 2019 season winds down, upstart drivers — including Albon, Gasly and Sainz — compete for one last chance at a podium finish.
As the threat of COVID-19 looms at the Australian Grand Prix, one team's new car design causes controversy.
The drivers head to Austria for their first race in more than 200 days. Meanwhile, the Red Bull and Mercedes rivalry heats up, on and off the track.
Determined to emerge from Lewis Hamilton's shadow, Mercedes driver Valtteri Bottas seizes his chance at the Russian Grand Prix.
Welcome to the Italian Grand Prix, where Ferrari drivers Charles Leclerc and Sebastian Vettel try to put a much-needed silver lining on their season.
Renault's Daniel Ricciardo announces a bold move. Multiple teams band together against a rising Racing Point.
Following last season's high-profile demotion, Pierre Gasly is eager to show Red Bull team principal Christian Horner that he made a big mistake.
Pressured to make changes to his underperforming team, Haas principal Guenther Steiner pursues an up-and-coming driver with massive potential.
With driver Carlos Sainz Jr. moving to Ferrari at the end of the season, McLaren puts its faith in his soon-to-be-former teammate, Lando Norris.
Over the course of two drama-filled races, drivers with uncertain futures vie to hold on to their F1 seats. A horrifying crash shocks everyone.
Racing Point challenges McLaren and Renault at the F1 season finale in Abu Dhabi. Hamilton opens up about being Black in F1.
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Now racing for McLaren, Daniel Ricciardo sets out to prove that he’s still a force on the track. Meanwhile, Lando Norris puts on the pressure.
Red Bull’s Max Verstappen pulls off a string of victories. Lewis Hamilton of Mercedes struggles to keep pace. Later, an accident leads to controversy.
The Haas team looks to reverse its recent fortunes with a new sponsor and two new rookie drivers: Nikita Mazepin and Mick Schumacher.
Down but never out, McLaren’s Daniel Ricciardo goes pedal to the metal in hopes of ruining Ferrari’s homecoming at the Italian Grand Prix.
With Williams Racing under new leadership, the storied team looks to put its recent troubles in the rearview mirror and return to greatness.
They have the raw talent, but can they handle the pressure? Now Yuki Tsunoda and Esteban Ocon must sink or swim in the rough waters of Formula 1.
Rumours fly about whether an up-and-coming driver will join Hamilton on team Mercedes, potentially leaving Valtteri Bottas without a seat.
Only a few races remain, and for drivers desperate for any advantage they can get their hands on, the gloves are officially off.
As another fierce season comes to a close, Mercedes and Red Bull face off in what may be the biggest winner-takes-all race of a generation.
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Mercedes principal Toto Wolff works to combat the team's unexpected struggles, while Lewis Hamilton navigates a bumpy ride in the team's redesigned car.
Ferrari drivers and decision-makers feel the pressure of high expectations at a star-studded new event in Miami and a game-changing race at Silverstone.
Crashes and costs mount for Haas as driver Mick Schumacher fights to live up to his father's racing legacy and prove his worth to the team.
Otmar Szafnauer's efforts to overhaul Alpine bear fruit — until a new round of driver musical chairs throws his plans for the future into question.
Daniel Ricciardo's future starts to look uncertain when McLaren team managers set their sights on new talent, while Alpine weighs the best way forward.
As the Red Bull team pushes to build on their lead against Ferrari, all eyes are on Sergio "Checo" Pérez during a dramatic Monaco Grand Prix.
When Pierre Gasly announces he's leaving Alpha Tauri, Yuki Tsunoda faces losing a teammate and a friend. Can he step up to show that he's ready to lead?
With both championships within reach, Red Bull's team faces incendiary accusations that they've cheated by violating a league-wide spending cap.
The 2022 season hurtles toward a conclusion in Abu Dhabi, where Ferrari fights to hold off Mercedes and McLaren hopes for a miracle to overtake Alpine.
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