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2019-04-11 12:05
Lewis Hamilton Mexican gp winner 2018


Lewis Hamilton says the recent Netflix series about Formula 1 was a "good thing", even though he did not take part.

No Ferrari or Mercedes driver, or the top two teams as a whole, took part in the popular series called Drive to Survive.

World champion Hamilton says the producers actually wanted him to feature in his own series.

Hamilton is quoted by Speed Week: "I had a chance to do something with them individually. In the end it didn't happen."

Postive reviews

Hamilton says he has not watched the series that was made, which featured an in-depth behind the scenes look at the other drivers and teams in F1.

"I've heard some reviews and most of them were positive. I can imagine that it is a good thing for the sport."

READ: 'Drive to survive' - Netflix F1 documentary producers slam Mercedes and Ferrari

Team boss Toto Wolff defended his decision to not involve Mercedes in the series by saying the filming would have been "very intrusive".

Wolff said: "The main reason was that I think it would have been a distraction in the title fight, especially as our main opponent did not cooperate. The inner circle of a team is a special environment that you need to protect. You do not want microphones hovering over your head and cameras pointed at you."

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