Information about the forthcoming DVDs (to be released on December 21) can be found below, but let's get straight to the point and tell you how to get your Crash.net
1. CLICK HERE
and you will be taken to the 'Official 2011 World Superbike Season Review' product page on the Duke Video shop (opens in a new window).
2. The Official 2011 World Superbike Season Review (2 discs) will be priced at £19.99 on the Duke Video website - already a £5 discount - but as a Crash.net
viewer you can get it reduced to just £16.24
3. Simply click 'Add to Basket' for the DVD(s) that you wish to buy. The discount works the same if you buy individually or several titles together. When you have selected your DVDs click 'View Basket or Checkout'.
5. Now enter "Crash" in the promotional code box
at the bottom of the Checkout page and click 'Activate'.
Like magic, the price of your DVD(s) will drop
! Then just enter your payment details if you want to buy.
The discount code also works for other Duke Videos - see the 'Products you might like' section below this story.
More information on the Official 2011 World Superbike Season Review…
“The 2011 FIM Superbike World Championship produced fireworks and breathtaking action all season. Now fans can relive the vital highlights from every race in the Official Review, new on 2-disc DVD from Duke.
“All the vital passes, crashes, triumphs and disasters are featured on two drama-filled discs, with the very best race footage and interviews with leading riders ensuring viewers don't miss a moment of the headline-making title battle.
“The Official Review features all 26 races from the 13-round series as veteran racer Carlos Checa defies his critics to take a dominant World Championship win on board his seemingly unstoppable Althea Ducati.
“The Spanish star won more than half the races, but that isn't the full story – his victories only came after elbow-to-elbow battles with the likes of former MotoGP rider Marco Melandri and reigning Superbike World Champion Max Biaggi.
“The ever-competitive Superbike World Championship produced six different winners in 2011, on five different makes of motorcycle, and the Official Review has the story of each victory.