Record-breaking crowds, the tightest title battle ever, nine different winners and 30 edge-of-the-seat tin top races – this was the scintillating 2010 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship. The official review brings you all the most important thrills and spills from one the most unpredictable championship chases the BTCC has seen.
The two-disc review is loaded with bumper-to-bumper action, featuring the very best panel-denting racing, plenty of on-board footage, interviews with the stars and expert commentary courtesy of Ben Edwards and Tim Harvey. It is packed with the essential passes, crashes and wing mirror-smashing clashes from all 10 rounds.
You’ll relive the entire story of 2010, from the season opener which saw reigning champion Fabrizio Giovanardi make a race-winning guest appearance, right down to the title-deciding finale, where 42,000 fans were treated to the ultimate championship showdown.
After a fascinating season of racing, four drivers headed to Brands Hatch with a chance of the title – Jason Plato in his Silverline Chevrolet Cruze, Honda Racing teammates Matt Neal and Gordon Shedden, plus Tom Onslow-Cole in his LPG-powered Team Aon Ford Focus. The official review brings you all the action from that jaw-dropping final day, as well as the full story of the road to the title.
The championship chase is so enthralling and the racing so close – as the spectacular front and rear-facing on-board cameras show in graphic detail – that you will want to relive the 2010 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship over and over again.
"This monster double-disc review boasts seven hours of tip-top touring car thrills and spills. It's difficult to not get this one right - Duke just lets the action unfold from each of the 30 races, climaxing with that brilliant four-way tussle at Brands Hatch" Motorsport News
"Relive the best bits - although at seven hours in length it's probably all of it - of Britain's most popular championship, the BTCC. The two-disc compilation features a great blend of race action, interviews and, most importantly, on-board footage of what became a down-to-the-wire, four-way scrap for the drivers' title" Autosport