The Official World Rally Review 2011 DVD goes on sale next week and it is priced at £24.99 - but a special Crash.net discount code means you can get it for just £14.99!
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About the Official World Rally Review 2011 DVD
"The 2011 FIA World Rally Championship saw the dawn of a new era, and delivered more action and drama than ever! Now you can relive the entire breathtaking season in almost 8 hours of spectacular footage across two discs.
"It was a year of down-to-the-wire finishes, massive crashes, bitter rivalries and outstanding performances, plus a title battle that ran to the very last rally of the season. With blistering action from every round, plenty of in-car footage, interviews and in-depth analysis, the official review is the comprehensive record of an unforgettable year.
"Reigning World Champion Sebastien Loeb, incredibly targeting an eight title victory in a row, soon found himself under pressure from new teammate and fellow Frenchman Sebastien Ogier, who made his mark in the early season. Ogier's charge, which had included the closest-ever WRC finish – 0.2 seconds in Jordan – was hit by controversy and bitterness as the rivalry between the Citroen stars exploded on the dusty stages of the Acropolis and rain-hit tarmac of Germany.
"The Ford pair of Mikko Hirvonen and Jari-Matti Latvala faced an uphill struggle, but clever teamwork and misfortune for Loeb, including a huge crash in Australia, ensured the title fight would go to the final rally, in Great Britain, with just a handful of points between Hirvonen and Loeb, and a rejuvenated Latvala on the charge of the season.