Following the current success of “Formulation 1: Drive to Survive” on Netflix, it appears rival streaming companies need to appeal to a few of that F1 viewers.
A documentary about seven-time world champion Lewis Hamilton and an F1 film that includes Brad Pitt are already locked in for AppleTV+, and Selection final week reported that actor Keanu Reeves is engaged on a four-part F1 documentary sequence for Disney+.
The Reeves sequence will reportedly deal with Ross Brawn’s buy of the Honda F1 group firstly of 2009 and subsequent turnaround that season which noticed the group, rebranded as Brawn GP, take dwelling each the Drivers’ and Constructors’ titles. The Drivers’ title was awarded to Jenson Button.
Brawn bought the group to Mercedes-Benz on the finish of the 2009 and stayed with the squad till 2013, after which he took a break from F1. He returned in 2017 to take up his present position, this time as a supervisor on the game’s administrative facet.
Reeves has been noticed at numerous F1 races in recent times, and in accordance with Selection he is already been conducting interviews for the sequence. Names talked about embody former Ferrari Chairman Luca di Montezemolo, former F1 driver Rubens Barrichello (who additionally drove for Brawn GP), and each Button and Brawn.
The sequence is predicted to run in 2023.
Reeves is understood for his love of pace, although he is extra extensively identified for his love of bikes fairly than vehicles, having even based high-end motorbike model Arch Bike with Gard Hollinger in 2011. That hasn’t stopped him from being related to the automobile world, as an illustration like his go to to Ferrari’s headquarters in 2015.