As ever, the World Superbike Championship threw up some of the best racing on two wheels as Max Biaggi and Leon Haslam battled it out for the 2010 crown.

Of course, Biaggi would go on to seal the title, but in a season that saw seven different race winners, each manufacturer claim at least one pole position and some outstanding racing up and down the field, there is plenty to relive in this fantastic DVD review from Duke - and Crash.net readers could have it for 35 per cent off the list price.

Indeed, the very first race of 2010 set the scene for one of the most thrilling seasons of Superbike World Championship racing ever, with drama all the way and the result decided by just 0.004 of second!

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Now, the Official Review, new from Duke, brings fans highlights from all 13 rounds of the World Championship, with the very best action footage, informed commentary and interviews with the winners. The two-disc review is filled with more than seven hours of the very best action-packed racing.

In 2010 the talent-filled grid included one of the strongest line-ups of British stars ever, including James Toseland, Leon Haslam, Cal Crutchlow, Jonathan Rea, Leon Camier, Tom Sykes and Shane Byrne, alongside racing greats like Noriyuki Haga, Carlos Checa, Troy Corser and the spectacular Max Biaggi.

The Official Review delivers essential highlights from each race as we watch first Haslam lead the title charge and then veteran Biaggi gain the upper hand with a magnificent mid-season run.

As the World Championship battle unfolds we are treated to all the important on-track drama, including BMW's first podium, incredible race-winning performances from Checa and Rea, Tom Sykes taking the Kawasaki to the front at Imola, and the all-British domination of Silverstone, led by Yamaha's Crutchlow.

The 2010 Superbike World Championship was a thrill-ride fans will want to relive again and again.

The 2010 World Superbike Season Review DVD is on sale now priced at ?24.99, but Crash.net visitors can gain a massive 35 per cent off at Duke Video by using the keyword 'Crash' during the checkout process.