Team BRIT is a racing team mainly made up of injured British services veterans who use motorsport to recover from their injuries. Michael followed them for eight months as they made the step up to GT racing, bringing them a step closer to their goal of racing at the Le Mans 24 Hour race by 2020. It is pitched for Vice Sports. It’s an outstanding piece of television to have been produced by a student journalist. Michael made a series of excellent decisions in pre-production, shoot and edit. He is not in the film. This allows the contributors to speak for themselves in a series of engaging, honest interviews that go into some very tough back stories. The personal contributions are shot at home, not at the race track. Good move. It is beautifully shot and cut, with fantastic pacing and room for the viewer to reflect on these men’s stories. Michael is a mature and empathetic interviewer. As well as the tone, the structure is also right. It’s a good pre-title tease. And the ending both leaves the viewer with a real sense of having made a journey of understanding and recaps some of the themes we have been exploring. Finally, Damon Hill’s thoughtful contribution is a nice bonus! I would be proud to have made this film. This is exceptional work.