RR » 20 August 2010
Road Racing Great Races Volume 2 released on DVD
Following the stunning Road Racing Great Races Volume 1, Duke is bringing fans another action-packed compilation of some of the fastest, closest and most thrilling 'between the hedges' contests ever seen.
The 167-minute Road Racing Great Races Volume 2 features 11 more fast and furious races, with action from the Isle of Man TT, Macau, Tandragee, Cookstown, Ulster GP, Southern 100 and Mid-Antrim.
The DVD is on sale for £19.99, but you can save 35% on the RRP if you shop at www.DukeVideo.com and quote 'crash' at the checkout.
Road racing commentator Stephen Watson is, once again, the guide as viewers witness this collection of road racing's great races.
Each of the 11 carefully selected races, from 1994 to 2009, features comprehensive coverage, with jaw-dropping action captured from the best camera angles, including plenty of edge-of-the-seat on-board footage.
Road Racing Great Races Volume 2 has an all-star cast, including Joey Dunlop, David Jefferies, Steve Hislop, Phillip McCallen, Ryan Farquhar, Guy Martin, Keith Amor, Conor Cummins and more of the sport's true greats.
The spectacular action just keeps coming in this collection, including the great Joey recording his fastest-ever TT lap at 48-years-old, and taking his final win around the Mountain.
Plus, there's Manxman Cummins versus short circuit specialist Stuart Easton on the twisting street track of Macau, the four-way dice for the Southern 100 Championship, decided by just 0.163 of a second, and the unstoppable McCallen during his 1996 Ulster GP rout.
Road Racing Great Races Volume 2 is Out Now on DVD, priced at £19.99, but don't forget you can save 35% on the RRP when you shop at www.DukeVideo.com and quote 'crash' at the checkout.
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