The 2002 MCN British Superbike Championship had some of the most thrilling, knee-scraping action ever witnessed on British soil. Top men Steve Hislop, Sean Emmett amd Michael Rutter exchanged blows all season long in a battle of 'ten tenths' riding and dogged determination. The competition began with a win each for Hislop and Emmett and never let up through to the final round at Donington Park, where the two remained inseparable. With a marginal points advantage, Hislop must have feared a repeat of 2001, where a freak accident cost him the title after leading impressively.
On his Ducati 998R Testastretta, Hizzy showed nerves of steel, put old ghosts to rest and out-raced Emmett to win his second BSBK title at the tender age of forty. Now you can watch over three hours of the best action in this official review.
Thundering on-bike footage brings you right into the heart of the raicng, while all the crucial overtaking, crashes and corners are captured with fantastic trackside camera angles. Post race interviews from every meeting give a rider's perspective on how this amazing seaosn unfolded.
As the best national bike championship in the world goes from strength to strength, sit back and enjoy this official review!