The dramatic conclusion to the Formula 1 season came at the end of a thrilling battle for the title involving Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton.
Both drivers had a stunning season with battles on the track, while behind the scenes Red Bull and Mercedes were regularly involved in fierce wars of words.
Further down the pack, McLaren and Ferrari battled for the best of the rest tag, while others teams also had stand-out moments.
That should all lead to an entertaining watch in season 4 of Drive to Survive but when will it air? Here’s everything we know.
When will Drive to Survive season 4 air?
So far, we haven’t had a definitive date for the airing of Drive to Survive season 4 and all we have had is confirmation that it’s coming, with the season confirmed back in August.
However, it’s fairly easy to identify when the season will air based on previous release dates – with the first season launching a week before the start of the 2019 season, season two coming two weeks before the start of the 2020 season.
Season three was planned to launch the same weekend as the 2021 Australian Grand Prix, which was set to open the campaign, but the coronavirus pandemic canned that event – but Netflix stuck to the release date.
With the first race of the 2022 season taking place in Bahrain on March 20th, it’s highly likely the new season will launch in the same month.
Will there be a season 5?
Executive producer for the show James Gay-Rees has already confirmed his desire for the Netflix cameras will be back for the 2022 season.
“The next season will be difficult again. Because the new rules will come in and it’s going to be a slightly different scenario. New cars, so it’s going to be pretty punchy, we’d love to keep on going with it.”
Considering the success and popularity of the season, added to the fact that F1 continues to push for growth, it’s highly likely a season 5 will be made.
Where can I watch Drive to Survive?
Drive to Survive is a Netflix exclusive, meaning the only way to watch the series is via subscription to the streaming giant.
All three seasons released so far are available on demand, covering the past three seasons of Formula 1 prior to the 2021 campaign.
However, Mercedes and Ferrari did not participate in the first series and only joined the coverage from the second season.