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About the Official MSA British Rally Championship Review 2012 DVD
“For fans who enjoy their motorsport close, the 2012 MSA British Rally Championship delivered an absolutely spectacular season of edge-of-the-seat competition.
“New rules, new stars, returning heroes, a four-way shootout for the title and the last rally of the year finishing in a dead heat – it was stunning action all the way.
“Now fans can relive the entire season in the official review, available on DVD and Download from Duke.
“Viewers will need to hold on tight as they enjoy almost 4 hours of action-packed rallying, including plenty of jaw-dropping in-car footage.
“Bursting with essential highlights from all 6 rounds, this official review lets fans see the maestros tackling gravel, mud, tarmac and even standing water in pursuit of victory.
“This was the start of a new era in the BRC as four-wheel-drive made way for two-wheel-drive, and that created a season-long battle for supremacy between Citroen, Renault and Ford. Mark Donnelly and Tom Cave set the early season pace, but double British Rally Champion Keith Cronin, after a year away, was soon back to his winning ways and came out on top in a series of epic battles over the summer.
“As the BRC moved to the ultra-fast stages of Yorkshire, four of the drivers lining up could still claim the crown; Cronin, Cave, Osian Pryce and Jonny Greer. That last showdown was an epic, with the title challengers giving it their all. Amazingly, after six stages and more than 66 competitive miles, the top pair could not be split, ending this incredible season with a rightly remarkable dead heat.
“That's just one of the highlights fans can enjoy in the official review. There is also a chance to witness the return of Guy Wilks in Ulster, the stunning form of Jarkko Nikara and the car-rolling antics of Nick Allen, Jussi Kumpumaki and more. The official review also includes a moving tribute to co-driver Gareth Roberts and a chance to ride in-car for an entire stage alongside Donnelly.
“The 2012 MSA British Rally Championship official review is available now on DVD and Download from Duke.”