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Lando Norris

Norris hints at what to expect from his Drive to Survive scenes

With the fourth season of Netflix's Drive to Survive coming soon, Lando Norris has revealed what viewers might see from him in the upcoming series.

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Lando Norris has given a hint at what viewers can expect from his new Drive to Survive scenes.

The fourth season of the hit Netflix show is coming soon and, like many F1 fans, Norris is looking forward to watching it.

The McLaren driver allowed the cameras to film him during the 2021 campaign, but has joked that he might not have shown his best side in some of the footage.

When asked whether viewers will see a lot of him in the new season of Drive to Survive, Norris told GQ: "I hope so. Of course, they've been following me around.

"I did a few things with them at home as well, a couple scenes of us playing golf. I probably looked really terrible because I did some of the worst shots I've ever done while I was filming for it. But yeah, I hope so."

Norris looking forward to watching Drive to Survive

Despite his concern over the golf scenes, Norris is keen to watch the new series following what was a successful 2021 season for him.

"I had a decent year, so I'm sure you'll see me and the other drivers - maybe not all of them, but most of the other drivers - in it," the Briton said.

"I look forward to seeing it as well when it comes out."

Whilst Norris is a fan of the show, not all of the drivers feel the same.

Max Verstappen has already explained that he won't be contributing to the upcoming series of Drive to Survive, despite his title battle with Lewis Hamilton being one of the key talking points of 2021.

Verstappen is not a fan of the Netflix series

Verstappen will certainly be in the new season through existing footage, given his prominent status in the sport, but confirmed he did not record any specific pieces to camera for Netflix.

"I understand that it needs to be done to boost the popularity in America," Verstappen told The Associated Press.

"But from my side as a driver, I don't like being part of it. They faked a few rivalries which they don't really exist, so I decided to not be a part of it and did not give any more interviews after that, because then there is nothing you can show.

"I am not really a dramatic show kind of person, I just want facts and real things to happen."

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