One of the main points of discussion of the new F1: Drive to Survive series is how the Haas Steiner boss allows to break away from Grosjean on the back of his struggle from the beginning of 2018
a team dinner at the Grand Prix of France, where Grosjean was not present.
"Romain is not here," Steiner said. "Maybe he is not here because he has no points, or I have not invited him because he does not deserve any food."
Although Grozjan has not yet seen the entire series of Netflix, he says Steiner's attitude is nothing to bother him.
"I know Guenter and he calls a cat cat," the Frenchman said. "So it's good for me, we've had discussions and we've never been lying to each other, he's always telling the truth, and that's something I appreciate." The season alone, I would be gentle myself.
"I think I changed the direction of the boat in the second part, and I hope she said some nice things in the second part." I did not hear, but I hope, if not, I'll do it! McLaren driver Carlos Sainz said he had already noticed the impact of his appearance in the Netflix series, with his social activity.
Sainz Social Impulse
"There was a big answer," he said. "In the paddock today, many fans shared with me how good Netflix episode was.
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"This shows many people in the United States and worldwide are watching this thing and are interested in athletes and drivers and that's a big response. " of the Netflix series should be extremely positive for F1. "What I think is not what is very important," he said. "It is important that people outside of Formula One or those who do not follow Formula One, what they think of the documentary is the most important thing." "I met a lot of people at the airport saying it was great, it was good, and if it can bring more fans to Formula One, that's amazing. So, in social media it's a really good answer, really good comments. "