MP Motorsport teammates Clément Novalak & Felipe Drugovich | Photo by James Gasperotti
Still in the midst of F1’s summer break, we were excited to see the earlier-than-expected release of FIA Formula 2’s “Chasing the Dream” Season 4. If you don’t have an account to F1 TV, you have probably have never heard of this series. Chasing the Dream is a documentary series produced by Formula One Management as a result of the success of the related Netflix docuseries, Formula 1: Drive to Survive. The series takes a behind-the-scenes look at the FIA Formula 2 Championship, and tells the stories of the young drivers who are clamoring to make it to Formula 1.
Formula 2 has graciously made the decision to stream the new season on F1’s YouTube channel for the first time, and episode 1 just dropped. If you are a fan of Formula 1: Drive to Survive on Netflix, you should definitely check out Chasing the Dream. With episodes around the 15 minute mark, and season 4 slated to have 9 episodes, it is a great introduction to the stars of tomorrow before they make it to the pinnacle of motorsport.
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