The four-part documentary miniseries Brawn: The Impossible Formula 1 Story, dedicated to the incredible victory of the Brawn GP team in its debut season in Formula 1, will be released on Disney+ and Hulu on November 15, 2023. The series, hosted by Keanu Reeves, has been known for a long time, and now it has finally received a release date.
The story of Brawn GP’s short but colorful history is well known to Formula 1 fans. The tale of how Ross Brawn bought out the former Honda team when the Japanese company decided to leave the race once again, and not for the last time, and how they won both the Constructors’ and Drivers’ Championships in 2009 at the first attempt is truly incredible.
In the series, the story is told by the participants of those events themselves: team principal Ross Brawn, technical director Nick Fry, drivers Jenson Button and Rubens Barrichello. Plus, the head of Red Bull Racing, Christian Horner: RB and Sebastian Vettel were the main rivals of Brawn GP at the time.
According to the creators of the series, viewers will be able to look behind the scenes of Formula 1 and see some unique archival footage.
Recently, Formula 1 has been experiencing a peak of attention from filmmakers.
In addition to the well-known series Formula 1: Drive to Survive, which actually attracted the attention of the younger generation to the Royal Race, now they are also filming a movie about Formula 1 starring Brad Pitt.