Charles Lecklerk clearly notices the growing popularity of Formula 1 in the United States. According to the Ferrari driver, this is thanks to the Netflix Series Drive to Survival.
On Thursday, Max Verstappen said he would boycott the show because the Dutchman argues that the series’ producers could not air ‘made-up’ stories about him. According to Verstappen, the series’ makers absorb the plot rather than the facts. The Red Bull racing driver told Austin on Thursday that the show would not be based on reality.
Charles Lecklerk talks casually about the Netflix series on Thursday afternoon. When asked about the possible arrival of the third F1 race in the United States, Monegask replied: “I would like to hold the third Grand Prix in the United States.”
“Formula 1 has been gaining popularity here in recent years thanks to the Netflix season. I can clearly feel and see it,” says the Ferrari driver.
Louis Hamilton said during a news conference that he wanted to come to the United States. According to Hamilton, the third Grand Prix on American soil would be appropriate for the grandeur of the United States. Hamilton says he welcomes the Grand Prix in South Africa.
Leklerk agrees. “I love this big country. I’m so happy to be here. I’m happy to have a third race. I agree with Louis that it would be nice if a race came to Africa. It’s better to compete there.”
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