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2009 FIM SuperMoto World Championship Review out now!

Duke Video has released the official DVD review capturing all the high-octane thrills 'n spills of the 2009 FIM SuperMoto World Championship
Experience the speed, thrills and drama of the incredible 2009 FIM SuperMoto World Championship with the action-packed Official DVD Review, the comprehensive guide to a season of fierce racing – available now from leading specialists Duke Video.

Duke is proud to bring fans a complete look-back at one of the most fascinating campaigns of SuperMoto, with coverage of every round and the amazing SuperMoto of Nations. As the year opened, the stars of SuperMoto were looking forward to seven rounds which would take them across Europe in pursuit of the world championship, and Duke's cameras were there to capture every vital highlight of the S1 and S2 title chases as knife-edge battles unfolded in both classes.

Exceptional footage delivers the full story of the edge-of-the-seat S1 championship thrill ride, with Thierry van den Bosch battling rivals Thomas Chareyre and Ivan Lazzarini right down to the final event. The Frenchman would overcome the dogged determination of his adversaries and bone-breaking injury to secure his fourth crown by just a handful of points, and now fans can share in all the excitement.

The S2 championship chase similarly went right the way down to the wire, and the complete, gripping story is here in the best possible action footage. There was a season-long battle between Adrien Chareyre, Gerald Delepine and Davide Gozzini for the title, and at the end of a dramatic journey, Chareyre could celebrate a hard-earned third world championship.

Incredible footage captures every vital moment from a fast and furious year, as we witness the brilliance of the stars who combine the precision of circuit racing with the skills of motocross in this unique form of motorsport. In addition to a complete season review, this DVD also includes dramatic highlights from the 2009 SuperMoto of Nations, which saw teams from 20 countries travel to Bulgaria to battle for national pride.

If you're already a fan, the Official DVD Review is essential viewing – and if you're yet to discover the awesome spectacle of SuperMoto, this is a great place to start.

The FIM SuperMoto World Championship Review 2009 is out now on DVD, priced at £19.56 and available from leading video outlets or direct from our friends at Duke Video. As an early Christmas present, Crash.net readers can obtain a ten per cent discount on anything from the Duke shop by entering the discount code 'Crash' as part of the checkout process here: http://www.dukevideo.com



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