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British Motocross Championship 2009 Review Download

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Product code: 2268EDReleased: 11 December 2009248 minutes

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In 2009, the MAXXIS British Motocross Championship delivered another eight rounds of thrilling action, and now you can enjoy every essential highlight in the Official Review. 

Our cameras were there to capture every mud-spitting, high-jumping, hard-charging moment from the exciting and unpredictable season. The best action footage, plus informed commentary and interviews with all the stars, ensures this is the definitive look back at the 2009 British MX year. 

We follow the intense MX1 battle as reigning champion Billy MacKenzie’s hopes of retaining his title are dashed by early-season falls and a mid-season injury. The way was open for rival Brad Anderson to claim victory, but South African star Gareth Swanepoel produced a stunning mid-season run of success to challenge for the championship. The review brings you all the action, including popular wins for Carl Nunn, Max Nagl’s starring role at Langrish and more. 

In MX2, Stephen Sword’s move to KTM set up a thrilling showdown with title-holder Shaun Simpson, and the pair traded blows in the opening rounds. Sadly, Simpson’s hopes of retaining the championship were shattered in a training accident, but that didn’t mean Sword had it all his own way – stunning rides from the likes of Jake Nicholls and Mattis Karro ensured the fight would go on. 

The Official Review brings you the full stories of both thrilling championship chases, with action from every round, from the mud and rain of Canada Heights to the incredible MX1 rides by Sword and Simpson at Landrake.