Ferrari, scheduled for a documentary on Sky and NOW

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Ferrari, scheduled for a documentary on Sky and NOW

Sky Sport’s great original productions are back with a new event dedicated to engines, which takes an up-close look at one of the symbols of Italy in the world: DiscoveRED – Scuderia Ferrari, a unique 6-part documentary on the Ferrari F1 universe, produced by Sky and airing from Saturday, February 3 to Tuesday, February 13 on Sky and streaming on NOW, also available on demand (from February 3 the first three episodes, from February 9 the fourth, from February 11 the fifth and from February 13 the sixth). 

Scuderia Ferrari opens its doors to Sky, which brings to the screen a never-before-seen backstage of the most strategic days of the Maranello stable. As many as 6 episodes – Building a Dream, Carlos Sainz, Charles Leclerc, Wind Tunnel, Remote garage, You go to the track – discovering the secrets of the Rossa, each with many interviews, behind-the-scenes and curiosities: 

Building a Dream (from February 3, first run at 5:45 p.m. on Sky Sport Uno and at 8:30 p.m. on Sky Sport F1): the Scuderia Ferrari opens the doors of the most iconic and confidential places of the most titled team in F1. The heads of the various areas explain step by step the’evolution of the single-seater from the technical and regulatory point of view.

Carlos Sainz (from Feb. 5, first pass at 8:45 p.m. on Sky Sport F1): Carlos Sainz talks about Scuderia Ferrari from a driver’s point of view. His early days at Ferrari, working in a familiar and passionate environment, the emotions that only the fans of the Rossa can convey.

Charles Leclerc (from Feb. 7, first pass at 8:45 p.m. on Sky Sport F1): in his sixth year at Ferrari, Charles Leclerc è was from the start the idol of fans around the world. The Monegasque driver tells anecdotes and sensations of his life in Ferrari, from his beginnings in the Ferrari Drivers Academy to today.

WIND GALLERY (from Feb. 9, first pass at 8:45 p.m. on Sky Sport F1): the Sky cameras enter one of the most private areas for an F1 team, the wind tunnel. È here that engineers and technicians work to test developments and maximize the performance of the single-seater.

Remote Garage (from Feb. 11, first broadcast at 8:45 p.m. on Sky Sport F1): a race weekend followed directly from the facility that supports the team on the track. Each department analyzes large amounts of data in real time and supports the engineers and pit wall in making decisions.

Off to the track (from Feb. 13, first passes at 11:15 a.m. and 8:45 p.m. on Sky Sport F1): the car is prepared for its journey to the track. The team è also ready, we experience with them the atmosphere and expectations before the start.

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