The Pikes Peak International Hill Climb DVD goes on sale on April 30 and you can get it at a special Crash.net discount rate with a code provided by our friends at Duke Video.
Information about the new DVD (pictured) can be found below, but here's how you can save £'s on the RRP:
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Like magic, the price of your DVD will drop to £12.99!
Then just enter your payment details if you want to buy. P&P is free.
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About the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb DVD
An incredible challenge, unbelievable speeds, determined racers and exotic machines – welcome to the astounding Pikes Peak International Hill Climb!
New on DVD from Duke comes the official review of the 2011 Hill climb, which includes highlights from the 2010 running too.
Both years are also available to watch individually as high quality downloads.
Since 1916 the imposing Colorado mountain Pikes Peak has hosted the ultimate motorsport contest, with hundreds of racing heroes testing their skills against the 12.42-miles of climbing road and 156 dramatic turns at speeds topping 100mph.
The goal? Simply to reach the 14,110 foot summit in the shortest possible time.
The DVD is packed with action from the 2011 Pikes Peak International Hill Climb, with breathtaking aerial and in-car footage putting viewers at the heart of the 'Race to the Clouds', and fascinating interviews revealing what it takes to reach the top.
The racers are up against each other and the clock, but they must also face the challenge of the course, the bends, the energy-sapping altitude and, of course, the weather. At this height, conditions can, and do, change in minutes.