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The Official Review of the 2010 North West 200 released on DVD

The Official DVD Review of the 2010 North West 200 is out now, featuring blistering action from all six races, and crash.net users can save 35% on the RRP.
The action-packed 2010 North West 200 can be enjoyed all over again with the Official Review on DVD, and crash.net users can save 35%.

The review features breathtaking aerial, on-bike and trackside footage putting viewers at the heart of the drama as speeds hit more than 200mph around the legendary 8.97-mile Triangle circuit and the finest road racers do elbow-to-elbow battle, slipstreaming at massive speeds to gain that all-important edge.

Informed commentary and interviews with the top riders ensure viewers get the full story of the 2010 NW200.

From the scintillating opening Superbike race – where the top three were split by just half a second – to Ian Hutchinson's devastating dominance in the last race of the day, the official review is action all the way.

Fans also enjoy all the best highlights as Alastair Seeley, John McGuinness, Keith Amor, Paul Robinson, Michael Dunlop, Ryan Farquhar, Conor Cummins, Stuart Easton and many more race for victory.

Every race at the 2010 North West 200 was a headline-maker and perhaps none more so than the feature Superbike race, when Seeley became the first local winner of a superbike race at the event in 13 years. The official review brings viewers the full, action packed story of this historic moment, and all the white-knuckle highlights of
a truly dramatic race.

There are also bonus features, including a look at slipstreaming, Phillip McCallen and Guy Martin talking about 'Scary Bikers', an interview with Race Director Mervyn Whyte and on-board footage courtesy of Michael Dunlop.

The 2010 Relentless International North West 200 Review is available now from www.DukeVideo.com and crash.net users can save 35% on the £19.99 RRP when they quote 'crash' at the checkout.



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