Hyperdrive is a Netflix documentary non-scripted car racing reality television series executive produced by Charlize Theron that premiered in 2019. The show follows professional drifting drivers from all over the world as they compete on one of the world’s largest automotive courses.
On August 21, 2019, the entire season of Hyperdrive, which consists of ten episodes, was published.
This television show is presented by Michael Bisping, Lindsay Czarniak, Mike Hill, and Rutledge Wood. Aaron Catling and Charlize Theron are the executive producers of the show.
Hyperdrive Season 2 Release Date
After the release of the first season of the show, car lovers just went crazy and binge-watched the whole program. After the end of the first season, people wanted more of it. And the good news is that Netflix has updated the show for another season. Season 2 of Hyperdrive is officially confirmed and going to happen really soon.
However, Netflix hasn’t released the official release date just yet but we are expecting it to be released somewhere around the end of 2022 or at the beginning of 2023. But that’s just our assumption, the official release date is yet to be announced.
So, that’s all the news we have got for now on Hyperdrive season 2, which is confirmed by Netflix and will release soon. If we get any further updates related to the show’s season 2 release date, we will make sure to update the page with the newest information.
|Hyperdrive Season 1 Release Date||August 21, 2019|
|Hyperdrive Season 2 Release Date||To Be Announced|
Hyperdrive Season 1 Story
On a custom-built “Hyperdrive” course, 28 international competitors drive around a race track, attempting to navigate particular hazards and perform maneuvers. The number of contestants is reduced over the season until only six remain; the contestant who outlasts all the others is crowned the Hyperdrive champion.
The Hyperdrive course is a drifting track with a configurable number of obstacles to overcome, each of which must be done correctly. Each obstacle has a set of fixed components that must be avoided or a set of targets that must be hit. Violations of the obstacle’s rules or striking a target in an unauthorized manner result in time penalties.
The first four episodes are qualification rounds, with ten or twelve contestants per show battling against five or six obstacles. The three contestants with the quickest time in each of the first three episodes proceed to the final round automatically, while the three contestants with the slowest times, including those who did not finish, are eliminated.
For the next 3 episodes, a new group of four to six competitors replaces any competitors who have advanced or been eliminated, and they compete against the six competing companies who finished fourth to ninth in the previous episode; this process continues until all 12 qualification spots have been filled.
In the knockout stages, a total of twelve participants compete, with the difficulty of each obstacle increasing. The number of participants is reduced by two in each of the first 3 knockout stages, with the competitor with the slowest time being sent to the wild-card round. The two contestants who are just ahead of the slowest competitor must compete in a head-to-head race; the racer who comes first in the race progresses to the next round automatically.
Hyperdrive Episode 10 Recap
Five participants who were eliminated in the preliminary rounds will compete for a wild card to the final qualifier. In a head-to-head match, Fielding Shredder defeats Alex Gräff.
Fielding Shredder takes the initiative right away. Corinna and Joo’s cars both break down on the course. Axel François takes lead after driving his car to its boundaries in the pits, causing the engine to catch fire. Diego misses a goal in Walk on Water; his lookout advises him to return to Walk on Water rather than take the Rail Slide. On his way back, he strikes the target, negating his ten-second foul and winning Hyperdrive.
Hyperdrive Season 1 Contestants
Diego Higa, (He is the winner of Hyperdrive Season one), Axel Francois (He came after Diego Higa and finished second), Fielding Shredder (He finished third on Hyperdrive season one), Atsushi Taniguchi, Joao Barion, Corinna Graff, Alex Graff, Brittany Williams, Sara Haro, Jordan Martin, Faruk Kugay, Alexandre Claudin, Karoline Pilarczyk, Aaron Parker, Omar Salaymeh and Tyrei Woodbury.
Where To Watch Hyperdrive Season 2?
The first season of this car racing reality television series is available on Netflix. Since the second season has not been announced yet, we can expect it to arrive on Netflix just as season 1.