Relive the action, drama and atmosphere of the amazing 2011 Isle of Man TT fuelled by Monster Energy. The Official Review features comprehensive coverage of every race, practice and the unique festival atmosphere which surrounds the world’s great road race. This is racing at its most extreme – speeds of more than 190mph just inches from hedges, houses and walls.
Once again, the Blu-ray disc version of the Official Review will deliver unrivalled High Definition viewing quality and exceptional sound, plus the DVD version of the review in the box at no extra cost.
New trackside camera angles, breathtaking aerial footage and white-knuckle on-board sequences put you at the heart of the action for unrivalled race coverage, exclusive behind-the-scenes access and special features. This year revealing thermal imaging technology appears alongside the stunning ultra slow-motion camera footage. Once again, expert commentary and analysis comes courtesy of former racers Steve Parrish and James Whitham, and, new for 2011, TT-winner Steve Plater joins the team.
‘King of the Mountain’ John McGuinness reclaimed his crown with stunning rides in the Dainese Superbike and PokerStars Senior TT, although fan’s favourite Guy Martin made the Morecambe missile work for his 17th victory every mile of the way. Michael Dunlop, Bruce Anstey, Michael Rutter and the Sidecar team of Klaus Klaffenbock and Dan Sayle all made welcome returns to the top step of the TT podium, plus the 100th anniversary of racing on the legendary 37.7-mile Mountain course celebrated new victors – Lincolnshire’s Gary Johnson and TT Sidecar regulars John Holden and Andrew Winkle. Eight races, seven winners and some of the closest competition seen in a century of racing on the Moutain – and it is all here.
- Milestones of the Mountain Parade - commentary by Murray Walker
- Yamaha's 50th Anniversary celebrations
- A lap with racing greats - Ian Hutchinson, Mick Doohan, Nicky Haden and Cal Crutchlow
“The Official Review of the 2011 Tourist Trophy races is now available with 4 hours of high speed action with many bonus features. It’s the best coverage of the TT event to date that Road Racing Ireland has watched over the last 25 years, with many new camera angles and positions. To see how John McGuinness, Michael Dunlop, Bruce Anstey, Gary Johnson, Klaus Klaffenbock and John Holden won get your copy now” Road Racing Ireland
“This year’s TT was one of the more impressive…for the ultimate in slow-mo and eternal rewinds, you need the DVD…seat of the pants action” Fast Bikes
“Another addition to Duke Video’s seemingly endless catalogue of TT titles is a review of this year’s action – 4 hours of edge-of-the-seat racing at speeds of over 190moh just inches from hedges, houses and walls. As has become traditional, commentary is by Steve Parrish and Jamie Whitham, with TT winner Steve Plater joining the team for 2011. With new trackside camera angles…joining the astounding slow-motion, high def footage, this is perhaps one of the most impressive and comprehensive TT videos yet. If you were there, or you watched the footage on the telly, you’ll know the results, but that still won’t beat being able to review and replay the action at any time. And it makes for a superb Christmas present (hint, hint)” Streetfighters
"Having been to this years TT, This DVD reflects the speed and skill needed" - A. Johnson, Sussex
"Best Ever" - T. Holmes, Isle of Man
"The best DVD's you can get!" - F. Newton, Cumbria
"Awesome DVD" - T. Kay, Manchester
"Keep up the Great Coverage!" - S. Rial, Yorkshire
"For those unfamiliar in the latest in the ever-changing world of vision technology, Blu-ray is an ultra high definition format that uses a blue laser to read the disc (DVD uses a red laser) and you'll need a special player. But no matter, because within the package you get both the Blu-ray version and the DVD and whichever way you look at it, this is an incredible experience. There are eight complete laps of the TT course, filmed aboard the bikes of TT legends John McGuinness, Bruce Anstey, Michael Dunlop, Conor Cummins and Cameron Donald, plus sidecar aces John Holden/Andy Winkle and Klaus Klaffenbock/Dan Sayle. The HD quality is pin-sharp as is the audio, and the speeds simply mind-snapping, while the view from the sidecar just inches above the tarmac is out of this world. Even if you've been to the TT recently, this is still an amazing way to relive the action from the 2011 event" Old Bike Magazine Australia 2011
Also available in: Standard DVD format, as a download or even as a Limited Edition Blu-Ray signed by John McGuiness.