The battle for the ultimate prize in tin top racing would take the World Touring Car Championship to 11 countries on three continents for 22 fast-paced, action-packed races - but there could be only one champion.
This is the complete story of the 2007 FIA WTCC season, an intense year-long battle for the crown which came down to the very last laps of the final race.
Britain's Andy Priaulx, already twice World Champion, was back behind the wheel of the BMW 320si and started the year favourite to retain the title. However, his rivals clearly hadn't read the script! In the first six awesome races there were five different winners, and victories for BMW, Seat, Chevrolet and Alfa Romeo, but Guernsey's Priaulx was yet to reach the top step of the podium.
Despite that, the reigning champion's incredible consistency, and exceptional driving, ensured he had enough points to stay in the championship hunt. With half the season behind him, Priaulx started his real title chase, taking his first victory of the year in race 12, at Porto, Portugal
As the WTCC season raced towards a thrilling climax at Macau, huge crowds at classic European tracks including Brands Hatch, Oschersleben - where the first ever World Championship victory for a diesel car was scored by Seat - and Monza were treated to amazing racing action.
With just two races left, Priaulx was tied at the top of the title table with French rival Yvan Muller, and four other leading drivers retained a chance of snatching the championship. The drama would continue into the final race, where Priaulx and Alfa Romeo's James Thompson fought a battle of the Brits for the WTCC crown.
The Official Review of the 2007 FIA World Touring Car Championship brings you thrills and spills, bumper-to-bonnet racing and spectacular smashes from all 22 races, with in-car footage, trackside cameras, revealing interviews and informed commentary ensuring you don't miss any of the action from one of the closest-fought championships on Earth.
'World touring cars brought Britain its only championship success in 2007 through Andy Priaulx. This three-and-a-half-hour DVD dedicates a few minutes to each race of the season, showing highlights, door-to-door racing and plenty of smashes' Performance Car