Review of Brawn The Impossible Story: F1 and Keanu Reeves make a winning duo 

Disney has produced a new documentary that tells one of the greatest storylines in the history of the sport, 

which is a welcome relief as one of the most boring F1 seasons ever comes to an end. 

Brawn: The Impossible Formula 1 Story masterfully chronicles the incredible 2009 season over the course of four episodes, 

with a little assistance from Keanu Reeves.For those who don't know, the Honda F1 team abruptly left the sport in December 2008, 

endangering 700 jobs, including that of driver Jenson Button.After Button won six of the first seven races, 

Brawn GP went from survivors to championship contenders. The man who was supposed to lead them, 

Ross Brawn, purchased the team for £1 in an attempt to just save his employees.Fans will be familiar with the rags to riches narrative, 

but this documentary, like the first few seasons of Netflix's Drive to Survive, tells it in a way that will enthrall both petrolheads and novices.