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Pay less for Official 2011 MotoGP season review DVDs!

“The very best footage captures all the vital highlights and season-defining moments from two thrilling championship chases, including the very last year for the 125cc class. The Official Review is filled with breath-taking elbow-to-elbow racing and plenty of headline-making drama from both championships.

“The Moto2 World Championship continued its reputation for fierce competition, with Stefan Bradl and Marc Marquez going head-to-head for the title. While Marquez took more wins than his German rival, Bradl's season-long consistency ensured he was crowned World Champion at the final round, in only his second season in Moto2.

“Andrea Iannone was, once again, in sparkling race-winning form, and the season came to a fitting end when Gresini rider Michele Pirro took his maiden victory.

“The final 125cc World Championship was nail-biting right down to the final race of the season. Nicolas Terol dominated the top step of the podium, winning eight times, but could not shake off the challenge of Johann Zarco, whose remarkable consistency saw him finish in the top 6 at every race – except the title deciding final round!

“This world-class championship battle was a fitting end to the 125cc class, and with the stunning rides by Maverick Vinales and British hopefuls Taylor Mackenzie, Harry Stafford, Danny Kent and Danny Webb, this review is world-class viewing.

“The DVD also includes extended interviews with Moto2 World Champion Stefan Bradl and 125cc World Champion Nicolas Terol.

“The Official 2011 MotoGP World Championship Review released on DVD (priced £24.99) and Blu-ray (priced £29.99), together with the Official 2011 Moto2/125cc Review on DVD (priced £24.99) will be released on 19 December 2011 and available from leading video outlets or direct from Duke Video: Tel 01624 640 000, fax 01624 640 001 or email Visit online.”

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December 11, 2011 5:59 PM

re: "Pay less for Official MotoGP season review DVDs!" in truth what we need to do is pay MORE. it was a sad day when we motorcyclists started needing the "psychology of discount" to proceed any transaction that supports an industry as fundamentally entertaining as ours. :rolleyes:

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December 10, 2011 11:49 AM

Well I have ordered the "Decade in MotoGP DVD. The website said "Usually dispatched within 2 - 5 days". 9 days later and the latest status says "Processing". So I will expect it in 2022 then? And you guys ordering the 2011 Review only can expect that in 2032.

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