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The DVD is due for release on November 12, with the download version available now.
2. The DVD will be priced at £12.98 on the Duke Video website - already a 13% discount - but as a Crash.net
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The download option will be priced at £9.99, but as a Crash.net
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The discount code also works for other Duke Videos - see the 'Products you might like' section below this story.Superbikes: When Britain ruled the World
'Imagine a time when motorcycle racers traded blows off the track as well as on it, when colourful character was more important than being PR-friendly, when British riders led the way… welcome to World Superbikes 1990s-style!
'Superbikes: When Britain Ruled the World, new from Duke, is an action-packed celebration of the heyday of Superbike racing, when the British – and one Brit I particular - made the headlines.
'Viewers can relive this spectacular era in wonderful race footage and exclusive interviews, with an epic Britpop soundtrack. When it was broadcast on ITV4, this new documentary proved a success with critics and viewers, and it can now be enjoyed on DVD with bonus features not shown on TV.
'Carl Fogarty, the four-times World Champion, James Whitham, Neil Hodgson
and Frankie Chili reveal what is was like to race in these turbulent years, and what they really thought of each other and rivals like Scott Russell, Aaron Slight, John Kocinski and Anthony Gobert. Superbikes: When Britain Ruled the World is bursting with revelations, including Foggy admitting deliberately trying to knock a rival off and what he really thought of the fans.
'There's stunning racing recalled, including 1997 at Hockenheim and 1998 at Assen, plus the 'inside line' on a spectacular decade from commentators Julian Ryder and Keith Huewen.
'The DVD also recalls the road racing days which led Foggy and others to World Championship competition, including some fierce showdowns at the Isle of Man TT, and remember the day that defines this heady chapter in World Superbike racing – the 1999 Brands Hatch meeting where 121,000 British fans cheered on their heroes.
'The DVD-exclusive bonus features include extended interviews with Fogarty, Chili, Whitham, Ryder and Huewen.'