The Impossible Brawn Formula 1 Story will premiere on Disney+ in November, following the popularity of the £1 F1 team.
Brawn: The Impossible F1 Story is a four-part documentary series that examines the history of the Brawn squad following Ross Brawn’s rescue of the old Honda team in 2008. Brawn purchased Honda for £1 before winning both F1 championships in 2009. The documentary will delve behind the scenes, interviewing people who were on the track, in the garage, and in the boardroom to tell the tale of the historic team.
Brawn Documentary Release Date
On November 15, 2023, Disney+ will release Brawn: The Impossible Formula 1 Story in the United Kingdom and the United States.
Ross Brawn is a prominent figure in the world of motorsports, particularly Formula 1. Born on November 23, 1954, in England, he has had a significant impact on the sport in various capacities.
Ross Brawn has a long and successful career in Formula 1, starting as an engineer and later becoming a key figure in various teams. He gained widespread recognition during his time with the Benetton and Ferrari teams, where he played a crucial role in their championship successes. Brawn was the Technical Director at Benetton during Michael Schumacher’s first two World Championships in 1994 and 1995. Later, he moved to Ferrari and played a pivotal role in their dominance in the early 2000s, with Schumacher winning multiple championships.
One of the most notable achievements in Brawn’s career came in 2009 when he was the Team Principal of the newly formed Brawn GP. The team, which emerged from the remnants of Honda Racing, had a remarkable debut season, winning the Constructors’ Championship and enabling Jenson Button to secure the Drivers’ Championship.
After the success of Brawn GP, the team was acquired by Mercedes, and Ross Brawn continued to play a role in the Mercedes Formula 1 team before eventually stepping down from the day-to-day running of the team. His influence was crucial in laying the foundation for Mercedes’ current dominance in Formula 1.