The history-making 2010 World Rally Championship (WRC) delivered a feast of thrills, spills and outstanding driving – and now fans can relive the very best highlights from an amazing year of high-octane action with the ultimate guide to an unforgettable season.
The Official Review, new on DVD from Duke
, features more than seven-and-a-half hours of essential action from all 13 rounds – in fact, there's so much to enjoy, it has taken two discs to fit it all in!
There's comprehensive coverage of the entire season, from Sweden to Great Britain, with jaw-dropping footage – including plenty from inside the cars – interviews, technical features and informed commentary.
Although Ford's Mikko Hirvonen took the opening round, this year was – once again – all about Citroën superstar Sébastien Loeb. The French legend claimed an astonishing eight victories as well as an unprecedented seventh world championship crown and, as ever, he did it in style, stunning fans around the world with breath-taking car control and his phenomenal flair.
As Loeb drove serenely to a staggering seventh WRC title in a row, the competition behind him raged in the battle for 'best-of-the-rest'.
Jari-Matti Latvala emerged as Ford's strongest contender, triumphing twice on his way to snatching the runner-up laurels in the British finale. Loeb's namesake and Citroën stable-mate Sébastien Ogier firmly established himself as a star of the future with two amazing wins, whilst former champion Petter Solberg produced a series of stunning drives to ensure he was always in the mix, too.
The 2010 WRC campaign also bade goodbye to the two-litre cars, as one of the biggest rule shake-ups for more than a decade paves the way for 1.6-litre turbo pocket rockets in 2011.
In addition to comprehensive coverage of the entire season, the two-disc Official Review also includes plenty of action-packed bonus features, including Ken Block: Gymkhana King, Mikko on the Loose, Rally Finland: 60th Anniversary, Rally Legend: Juha Kankkunen and Germany: The 'Loeb' Way.
World Rally Championship Official Review 2010
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