Thrilling action and fierce on-track rivalry between BMW,
Ford, Alfa Romeo, Vauxhall, Renault and more made the 1994 British Touring Car
Championship Britain’s biggest motorsport spectacle.
This comprehensive summary of the season includes the very
best action from all 21 rounds. Gabriele Tarquini’s domination of the early
season races in the flying Alfa gave way to round-after-round of ultra-close
battles between the Alfa team, reigning champion Jo Winkelhock (BMW), Paul
Radisich (Ford), Alain Menu (Renault) and John Cleland (Vauxhall) - and that’s
not forgetting Jan Lammers in the Volvo estate and Patrick Watts in the
It was not surprising that the massive crowds enjoyed
brilliant racing all the way to the last rounds. The makers of the official
review excelled themselves in condensing all the best of the action into this
brilliant three-hour review. All the leading cars carry on-board cameras,
capturing the true drama of every race whilst stereo sound is used for the
first time to enhance the visual thrills.
Features authoritative commentary by Murray Walker and
presented by Steve Rider.