INFO LE FIGARO – The World Endurance Championship and the 24 Hours of Le Mans could, like F1, be the subject of a production revealing the backstage of the discipline.
In 2020, Canal + recorded an average of 962,000 viewers in front of a Formula 1 grand prix, an increase of 27% compared to 2019. This impressive increase in audiences, the encrypted channel owes in part to the worldwide success of the series “Drive to survive“(“Pilots of their destiny“). The Netflix production, which since 2019 has offered an unprecedented behind-the-scenes glimpse of the world of Formula 1, attracted a new audience who were not necessarily fans of the discipline. Filming for the fourth season has just started.
A gain in popularity that turns the heads of the organizers of sporting events. On this model, Pro Sailing Tour, a sailing competition involving Ocean Fifty trimarans (also called Multi50), will soon benefit from its own production offering the spectator an original immersion on boats and pontoons. The World Endurance Championship could also follow this example in the medium term. In any case, this is the ambition of the leaders,
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