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North West 200 2012 DVD

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Catalogue No. 1869 , Release Date: 02 July 2012
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North West 200 2012 DVD - Description

Almost 9 miles of public roads, speeds topping 200mph, 7 flat-out races and 5 winners…welcome to the all-action official review of the 2012 Relentless North West 200.

Once again the demanding Triangle attracted the cream of road racing stars and leading short circuit racers, all determined to take their place in the history books. John McGuinness, Michael Rutter, Ryan Farquhar, Dunlop brothers Michael and William, Cameron Donald, Guy Martin, the returning Ian Hutchinson and even ex-Grand Prix star Jeremy McWilliams were all in action, and all with one aim – to beat Alastair Seeley. Seeley was tipped to take a clean-sweep of wins, but as the spectacular review shows, he didn’t have it all his own way.

Stunning aerial, on-bike and trackside footage captures all the vital faring-bashing highlights as the riders go elbow-to-elbow, sometimes five abreast, in pursuit of victory. Slipstreaming at 200mph ensures plenty of passing, sometimes several times on the same straight!

The official review features extensive coverage of all 7 races, including the new Thursday evening outings. All the important passes and clashes are captured, including Seeley’s controversial dice with William Dunlop, and the shocking spill that took out Conor Cummins, Martin Jessopp and Gary Johnson. Plus, there’s KMR Racing’s domination of the all-new SuperTwin class, Lee Johnston’s stunning NW200 debut and Seeley’s heroic Superbike recovery.

Expert commentary, rider interviews and on-screen graphics ensure you get the full story, but it is the superb footage of the jaw-dropping racing that’ll keep you coming back to this official review.

Alongside the Superbike, Superstock, Supersport and SuperTwin action, the review includes a circuit guide, Guy Martin at the Titanic exhibition, Michael Dunlop and surfing star Alistair Mennie trying out each other’s sports, interviews with Hutchy and Stuart Easton, plus a complete on board lap courtesy of Michael Dunlop.