Still wondering what to get the most dedicated motorcycle racing fan for Christmas this year? How about the full review of the 2010 MotoGP, Moto2 and 125GP World Championship season - available for the first time in High Definition Blu-ray disc format - complete with a huge 35 per cent discount?

Earlier this year, Duke confirmed the 2010 Official Review would be available on Blu-ray for the first time. The promise of unrivalled picture quality and outstanding sound caused great excitement among racing fans, and they will not be disappointed with the result.

Action-packed footage from every round of the thrilling campaign is brought to fans in stunning HD quality, letting them experience an entire season of premier class racing like never before, with jaw-dropping pictures and sound.

The Official Review features comprehensive coverage of all 18 races, bringing viewers the full story of an outstanding season, with exceptional racing, interviews, behind-the-scenes access, informed commentary and more - and the always-thrilling MotoGP World Championship is even more breathtaking in unrivalled High Definition.

Jorge Lorenzo was the man of the year, never finishing outside the top four, claiming an incredible 16 podium places and winning an almost unbelievable nine races.

Looking back it seems Lorenzo's first World Championship was never in doubt, but, as this review shows in dramatic HD detail, he had to battle to claim the crown. Fiat Yamaha teammate Valentino Rossi piled on the pressure, despite suffering his worst injury ever, and Dani Pedrosa's charge on the Repsol Honda meant Lorenzo could never relax.

As Lorenzo raced to the title, there was an intense fight for second. Ducati's Casey Stoner joined the battle royal with a stunning series of race wins, ensuring his challenge to Rossi and Pedrosa was maintained to the season finale in Valencia.

This Blu-ray disc features all the epic battles, vital moments, action-packed racing and shocking crashes from an incredible season of the MotoGP World Championship in incredible High Definition. Bonus features include an exclusive interview with 2010 World Champion Jorge Lorenzo and complete on-board laps of every one of the 18 circuits from the 2010 season.

Plus, for those who haven't joined the HD revolution yet, the MotoGP Blu-ray includes the review on standard DVD so they won't have to pay again when they upgrade to a Blu-ray player.

As ever, the full review is also available in standard DVD as well. Duke is also bringing fans the Official Review of the 2010 Moto2 and MotoGP 125cc World
Championships, in one action-packed DVD. The first year of MotoGP's new Moto2 World Championship produced an emotional season of high drama, action-packed racing and tragedy. For those reasons, and more, the beginning of a new era of MotoGP will be long remembered. The 2010 125cc MotoGP World Championship will also be remembered for many years to come thanks to a truly thrilling title battle which lasted right down to the very final Grand Prix of the season!

The Official DVD Review features more than three hours of comprehensive coverage bringing fans the full story of both fascinating championships. With race action from every round, interviews, behind-the-scenes access, informed commentary and more, viewers can relive 2010 Moto2 and 125cc MotoGP World Championships over and over again.

The inaugural Moto2 season welcomed packed grids and plenty of elbow-to-elbow racing. The exciting and challenging format attracted premier class riders and former World Champions, producing fireworks at every round. Ultimately, Moriwaki-mounted Toni Elias proved unbeatable, but only after a dramatic battle with Julian Simone and Andr?a Iannone. Tragically, Japanese star Shoya Tomizawa, winner of the very first Moto2 race, lost his life during 2010. The sport honoured a fine rider in the best way - with an outstanding season of racing.

The struggle for the 125cc World Championship went right down to the wire, with Marc Marquez on his Derbi securing the title by a narrow margin from the hard-charging Nicolas Terol and Pol Espargaro. Britain's Bradley Smith also had an outstanding season, snatching victory at the final race.

There was action all the way in both classes, and the Official DVD Review brings viewers all the most important clashes, passes and crashes from a history-making season of MotoGP racing. Bonus features include exclusive interviews with World Champions Toni Elias and Marc Marquez, plus a tribute to Shoya Tomizawa.

The 2010 MotoGP 2010 Season Review DVD is on sale now priced at ?24.99, but Crash.net visitors can gain 35 per cent off at Duke Video by using the keyword "Crash" during the checkout process.

The spectacular Blu-ray DVD will be available from 20th December, priced at ?29.99.

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