Europe 1 / Photo credits: PATRICK T. FALLON / AFP 11:08 a.m., November 14, 2023, modified at 11:10 a.m., November 14, 2023

On the sidelines of the Formula 1 Grand Prix in Las Vegas (United States), the streaming platform, Netflix, will create a golf competition between Formula 1 drivers and golfers. At the end of eight holes, the top two pairs will face each other in a final round.

In anticipation of the Formula 1 Grand Prix of Las Vegas, which will be held this Sunday, November 19, the streaming platform Netflix has decided to launch a challenge to four drivers. On Tuesday 14 November, Pierre Gasly (Alpine), Carlos Sainz (Ferrari), Lando Norris (McLaren) and Alex Albon (Williams) will compete in a golf competition, the Netflix Cup, in the company of four professional golfers. The Frenchman is the only one among racing drivers who does not play golf assiduously.

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Several surprises along the way

Lando Norris will partner Rickie Fowler, Carlos Sainz will be with Justin Thomas, Pierre Gasly with Morikawa, while Alex Albon will partner Max Homa. Each of the four teams will play eight holes in match play with several surprises on the course. The Netflix Cup will be broadcast live on the streaming platform from 15 p.m. Pacific Time (0:<> a.m. French time).

Norris & Fowler
, Sainz & Thomas
Gasly & Morikawa,
Albon & Homa

: It's a match made on the green. ⛳️ Tune in to The Netflix Cup on Tuesday, November 14 LIVE at 3pm PT from the Wynn Las Vegas!

— Netflix (@netflix) November 9, 2023

The Norris/Fowler team will face the Sainz/Thomas pair in the first match and the second match will see the Albon/Homa team and the Gasly/Morikawa duo pit off. Comedian Bert Kreischer, golfer Joel Dahmen, sports host Kay Adams, and NFL legend Marshawn Lynch will all host the live show as the teams battle it out.