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BTCC Review 2000 DVD

BTCC Review 2000 DVD

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Product Code: 3906 , Release Date: 30 October 2000, 210 minutes

  • "The racing is close, with all the bangs and scrapes you expect...with a run time of over 3 hours you certainly won't miss a ting" Track and Race Cars

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The full interactive, official review of the 2000 Auto Trader British Touring Car Championship in super-sharp digital quality plus everything you need to know about this extraordinary season.

Not only will the 2000 season be remembered for the last appearance of the Super Touring cars but also as a storming year for Team Ford Mondeo, culminating in a Championship-winning drive by Alain Menu.

Here the ferocious track action at every round is recalled in fantastic film footage, captured from every conceivable angle including thrilling close-ups in and on the cars. BBC commentators Charlie Cox and John Watson deliver the detailed off-track analysis and many fascinating insights into the teams, drivers and pit crews.

Hi-Fi Stereo Sound PLUS: Go straight to any round;  Enjoy perfect freeze frames of the action; Circuit info for every round plus qualifying data, full race results and championship standings; Super Touring Class A driver biographies; BTCC history and winners 1958-2000.

"Following the British Touring Car Championship over the 200 season, the DVD has large footage of each race. This was the last series to feature cars built to Super Touring specifications. The extensive footage shows both the sprint and feature race, with commentary from BBC commentators Charlie Cox and John Watson. The racing is close with all the bangs and scrapes you expect from touring car, with the championship going down to the last race of the season. With a run time of over 3 hours you certainly won't miss a thing" Track and Race Cars