MotoGP 2006  Review DVD

MotoGP 2006 Review DVD

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Product code: 1740Released: 11 December 2006180 minutesDVD Region: 0

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Hayden vs Rossi in the season showdown shocker! For the first time in 14 years it all boiled down to the last race and the world was watching for an epic championship clincher, but no-one could have predicted what happened next!

Despite only two race wins and being wiped out by his own team-mate in the penultimate round, Nicky Hayden narrowly achieved victory as Rossi's momentous effort to claw back a 51-point deficit ended unceremoniously in the kitty litter; the Kentucky Kid was crowned the righteous King, but there were solid season-long contenders in the form of Capirossi, Melandri and Pedrosa who were never far behind.

With highlights from all 17 circuits in every corner of the GP Globe, plus qualifying races as DVD extras, all backed by expert commentary, this in-depth three-hour official review takes you right up close to the action via the latest on-bike cameras, behind-the-scenes footage and race analysis.
2006 had it all: The Doctor's reign ended; that smash between team-mates; Gibernau's retirement; Bayliss acing the whole field in Valencia, and the 990cc breed of GP bikes howling their way into the history books. With a new dawn rising, this is your unmissable record of one great GP chapter ending, as the next begins.

"These seasonal snapshots highlight everything that's eminently watchable about MotoGP" The Daily Telegraph: Motoring

"The dust had hardly settled on Rossi in the Valencia gravel trap when the production team behind this amazing DVD began editing the final chapter to the story of the 2006 MotoGP Championship. All the highlights are here and more, with race analysis, rider interviews and behind the scene insights." Motorcycle Monthly