Netflix will be rubbing his hands in front of a 2021 F1 season ready to deliver to fans a thrilling fourth season of Drive To Survive (although Max Verstappen has already declared that he has denied himself to the cameras of the production since he believes the rivalries that animate the docu-reality on F1, an opinion also shared by Carlos Sainz, artfully realized). About Netflix and TV series, the Red Bull team principal Christian Horner compared this high-voltage power amp between Red Bull-Verstappen and Mercedes-Hamilton to the famous Korean series Squid Game which divided the critics by registering a global success.
Written and directed by Hwang Dong-hyuk, in this series 456 people in serious economic trouble participate in an elimination game in which players soon discover that the loser is brutally killed and each death adds 100,000,000 Won to the final prize pool of 45,600,000,000. Won (about 33 million euros). “Being on equal points at the end of the championship is a condition in which I feel like I’m in Squid Game“, the words of Christian Horner reported in today’s edition of The Corriere della Sera. Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen have both shown that they deserve the conquest of the world title, but tomorrow at around 3:40 pm only one of the two will be able to lift the trophy that stood among the contenders in the joint press conferences of the two drivers and the Toto team principals. Wolff and Christian Horner. If you were inside Squid Game, the sentence would be “Player # 33 / # 44 passed the test”. Fortunately, however, whoever does not win will at least survive. F1 is not a Hunger Game or one Squid Game, despite Liberty Media’s attempt to turn it into a Hollywood show through dynamics that have little to do with healthy fighting on the track.
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