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Get the official 2011 Macau DVD for less!

Don't miss out on this Crash.net discount for Duke Video's Official 2011 Macau Grand Prix Review DVD.
Information about the DVD (out now) can be found below, but here's how to get your Crash.net discount:

1. CLICK HERE and you will be taken to the 'Macau Grand Prix 2011 DVD' product page on the Duke Video shop (opens in a new window).

Note that due to demand stocks are running low - order soon!

2. The DVD will be priced at £16.99 on the Duke Video website - already a £3 discount - but as a Crash.net viewer you can get it reduced to just £12.99!

3. Simply click 'Add to Basket' and 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(s) will drop! 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.


More information on the Official 2011 Macau Grand Prix 2011 DVD...

“The Macau Grand Prix Official Review has returned to Duke for 2011, bringing action-packed highlights from both the Motorcycle and Formula 3 GPs held around the twisting city streets in November.

“The 45th Macau Motorcycle Grand Prix attracted an all-star line-up and produced a spectacular race in challenging conditions. Fans can relive highlights from throughout practice and the race itself in the official Macau GP review.

“Rain saw the practice schedule thrown into chaos, and the Grand Prix delayed and shortened, but a bit of wet weather couldn't dampen the enthusiasm of the road racing greats.

“The Official Review brings viewers the best track action, including on-bike footage, and interviews in a comprehensive look back at a stunning race.

“Ducati-mounted Michael Rutter, chasing a record-breaking 7th Macau GP win, set the pace in qualifying and was clearly the man to beat around the tight and twisting city street circuit.

“However, Ian Hutchinson, in his first race for more than year following a career-threatening injury, Isle of Man TT legend John McGuinness and Rutter's team-mate Martin Jessopp would not give in without a fight.

“Get ready for 10 laps of action, with walls and the familiar yellow and black barriers just inches away, as Yamaha's Hutchy grabs the hole shot to set up a superb dice for victory on one of the most demanding tracks in motorsport.

“DVD extras include extended interviews with Rutter, Hutchinson, McGuinness and Macau newcomer Michael Dunlop.

“Plus, this Official Review includes coverage of the incident-packed Formula 3 Macau Grand Prix.




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Duke Video`s official Macau 2011 review DVD
Conor Cummins has joined the Padgetts Racing Honda team for 2017.
Lee Johnston has teamed up with Ryan Farquhar to race a KMR Kawasaki in the NI Air Ambulance colours at the North West 200 and Isle of Man TT.
Alastair Seeley with the Tyco BMW he will race at the North West 200.
John McGuinness on the Jackson Racing Honda.
Michael Dunlop, Carl Cox, [Credit: Holeshot PR]
Michael Dunlop has signed for Bennets Suzuki for the 2017 international road races.
Michael Dunlop has signed for the Bennett Suzuki team for 2017.
Guy Martin, John McGuinness Honda Racing, [Credit: Honda Racing]
Guy Martin, Honda Racing, [Credit: Honda Racing]
Josh Brookes has signed to ride for Norton at the Isle of Man TT in 2017.
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Dan Hegarty won the TT Privateers Championship in 2016.
Peter Hickman will ride for Smiths Racing in 2017 at the international road races and in the British Superbike Championship.
Peter Hickman won the Macau Grand Prix for the second year running on the Bathams/SMT BMW.
Glenn Irwin on the PBM Ducati at the Macau Grand Prix.
Glenn Irwin on the PBM Be Wiser Ducati at the Macau Grand Prix.
Peter Hickman on the Bathams/SMT BMW at the Macau Grand Prix.

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