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Grosjean “fine” with Steiner’s Netflix slating



One of the main points of discussion of the new series "F1: Drive to Survive" is the way in which the head of Haas Steiner leaves to Grosjean the back of his battles of 2018.

In addition to swearing against him the Overpass, Steiner speaks during a group dinner at the French Grand Prix in which Grosjean is not present.

"Romain is not here," said Steiner. "Maybe he's not here because he has no points, or I haven't invited him because he doesn't deserve any food."

Although Grosjean has not yet seen the Netflix series in full, he says that Steiner's attitude is nothing to worry about.

"I know Gunther and he calls a cat a cat," said the Frenchman. "For me it's okay, we discussed it and we never lied, it always tells the truth and this is something I appreciate.

" Honestly, if you're telling me to judge my first half of the season myself, I would have been tender myself.

"I think I changed the direction of the boat in the second part, and I hope he said some nice things in the second part: I didn't hear, but I hope. F ****** take it!"

Sainz social boost

McLaren driver Carlos Sainz said he had already noticed an impact from his appearance in the Netflix series, with his social media numbers have risen dramatically.

"He had a great response," he said. "Going into the paddock today, many fans applauded, telling me how good the Netflix episode was.

" I went up on social media followers 1

5,000 in the last week, which is a lot more per day and for

"So it shows that there are many people in the United States and globally looking at this thing and arousing interest in athletes and drivers and it was a great response."

Grosjean echoes Sainz's vision that the impact from the Netflix series should be extremely positive for F1.

"What I think is not what is very important," he said. "What is important is people outside Formula 1 or people who do not follow Formula 1, what they think of the documentary is the most important thing.

" I met many people at the airport saying that it was great, it was good, and if it can bring more fans to Formula 1, it's incredible. So, yes, on social media it was really a good answer, really nice comments. "


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