Information about the new DVD (pictured, to be released on November 21) can be found below, but here's how to get the special discount:
1. CLICK HERE
and you will be taken to the 'A Decade in MotoGP' product page on the official Duke Video shop (opens in a new window).
2. You might see that the price has been cut from £19.99 to £16.99 - but as a Crash.net
viewer you are going to get it reduced to just £12.99!
3. Click 'Add to Basket'. Then click 'View Basket or Checkout'.
5. Now enter "Crash" in the promotional code box
at the bottom of the Checkout page and click 'Activate'.
Like magic, the price of your DVD will drop to £12.99!
Then just enter your payment details if you want to buy.
The discount code also works for other Duke Videos - see the 'Products you might like' section below this story.
About 'A Decade in MotoGP'...
"Since the start of the post-500cc era in 2002, the MotoGP World Championship has been making global headlines with unforgettable races, passes, crashes, controversies, rivalries and technical innovations.
"Now, a brand new, official documentary relives the history making moments from the premier class over 10 years, with archive track action, new interviews with the stars and contributions from the most famous voices in MotoGP.
"Available now from Duke, A Decade in MotoGP features action-packed race and test footage, behind-the-scenes access, brand new, exclusive interviews and contributions from experts as we re-examine the on and off-track incidents which defined the first decade of the post-500cc era.
"Racing heroes Valentino Rossi, Casey Stoner, Jorge Lorenzo, Nicky Hayden, Loris Capirossi
and Toni Elias
look back on the unforgettable moments, along with former racers Mick Doohan, Alex Criville
and Steve Parrish.
"Team directors, crew chiefs and top mechanics offer their recollections and expert analysis alongside leading MotoGP journalists and commentators including Julian Ryder, Toby Moody and Matthew Roberts.
"All the MotoGP magic is here; the story of the intense and bitter rivalry between Rossi and Sete Gibernau, including the infamous last corner pass at Spain in 2005, the dramatic road to title success for 2006 World Champion Hayden and the almost unbelievable journey to victory for Stoner and Ducati in 2007.