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Christian Horner features in Drive To Survive season six trailer amid F1 investigation into 'inappropriate behaviour'

Christian Horner features in Drive To Survive season six trailer amid F1 investigation into 'inappropriate behaviour'

The sixth season of Netflix’s Drive To Survive will be released this Friday.

Christian Horner has been included in the official trailer for the sixth season of Netflix’s Drive To Survive.

The popular show gives fans a behind-the-scenes look at Formula 1, including interviews with drivers and team bosses.

Ahead of Friday’s release, Netflix have posted an official trailer for the upcoming series. You can watch the footage below.

Despite his ongoing investigation after being accused of ‘inappropriate behaviour’ by a female colleague, Red Bull team boss Horner was included in the trailer.

Speaking publicly about the allegations during Red Bull’s car launch on last Thursday evening, Horner denied the accusations.

He said: “It's business as usual. There obviously is a process.

“Obviously, I fully deny any accusations that have been made against me but of course, I'll work with that process, which I hope is concluded in the near future.”


There was also a clip in which Lewis Hamilton appeared to hint at his Mercedes exit.

The seven-time F1 world champion will leave Mercedes for Ferrari ahead of the 2025 season.

Speaking about his decision to move to Ferrari, Hamilton said during Mercedes’ 2024 car launch: “(The last few weeks) have obviously been emotional and it is very surreal to be here. The focus through the whole of winter training is getting the team back to where we once were. We have had these difficult couple of years which have been really grounding for us. It has helped us regroup and really look at things.

“It is such a privilege to work with a group of people where you see the work they do over the winter and you see a car come together at the beginning of the year and it is the most exciting part of the season. We have to be diligent, maximise practice and even one lap, George and I might get in the rain today will give us a feeling of what is to come.”

F1 will return with the Bahrain Grand Prix which will take place on 2 March.

Featured Image Credit: Netflix

Topics: Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes, Red Bull Racing, Formula 1