The 2010 running of the Le Mans 24 Hours was as dramatic as they come, and now you can relive all the drama after the official review of the race went on sale.

Going into the race, there was no doubt as to who was the favourite for outright honours after a dominant performance through practice and qualifying showed that Peugeot was the team to beat.

However, what no-one predicted was that the Peugeot challenge would fall apart in dramatic fashion as one-by-one, its four cars dropped out of contention for victory.

What that meant was Audi suddenly picked up a 1-2-3 finish, with Timo Bernhard, Mike Rockenfeller and Romain Dumas taking top honours.

That was only part of the story as Strakka Racing clinched a dominant win in LMP2, Felbermayr-Proton secured GT2 victory and Larbre Competition secured a place in history as the final team to win GT1.

The Official Review of the 2010 Le Mans 24 Hours charts how the race was won and lost over 24 dramatic hours but also includes a number of extras to relive the 78th running of the famous race.

As well as the build up to the event, the DVD features an onboard lap of the Circuit de la Sarthe with the most successful driver in Le Mans history, Tom Kristensen, shows how Nigel Mansell's Le Mans dream met an early end and hears from a heartbroken Henri Pescarolo after he was forced to miss the race.

With extra footage of the Group C race, the official review is now available to buy by visiting DukeVideo.com.