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Team principal reacts to Netflix capturing fresh Wolff outburst in Canada

Netflix's F1 series Drive to Survive has certainly done wonders for the sport in terms of growing the audience worldwide. The series has created narratives over recent years, and has captured outbursts from both drivers and team principals not usually seen on TV. It's rumoured that the biggest outburst yet will be seen on the next series, after Toto Wolff is believed to have been recorded by Netflix during a dramatic outburst at the recent Canadian Grand Prix. With Netflix present at the recent GP, they filmed meetings between the team principals that aren't seen during regular GP coverage. Wolff is reported to have become angry during a team principal meeting in Canada, over the ongoing...
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