Experience the skill, drama, high-speed action and shocking crashes from one of the most memorable seasons in the history of the World Rally Championship.
The Official Review of the 2002 WRC campaign guides you through all 14 rounds, from Monte-Carlo to Great Britain, as the finest drivers do battle for the ultimate prize.
The best camera angles ensure you don't miss any of the vital moments, while breathtaking in-car footage puts you alongside the legends of rallying on snow, ice, dust, gravel and mud-covered special stages across four continents
The line-up of drivers reads like a who's who of rally legends - 2001 World Champion Richard Burns, Colin McRae, Carlos Sainz, Petter Solberg, Tommi Makinen and more.
However, the 2002 season will be remembered for the staggering dominance of Peugeot and 'flying Finn' Marcus Gronholm, who piloted the 206 WRC to championship glory.
The fact his 40-point margin of victory was greater than the total points score of nearest rival Solberg underlines the exceptional performance of the Gronholm-Peugeot combination.
The year will also be remembered for McRae's incredible victory on the Safari Rally.
It was his 25th WRC win - at the time the highest number ever scored by a driver - and, tragically, would prove to be his very last World Rally triumph.
This was also the season a new name would appear on the list of WRC winners, when a young Frenchman named Sebastien Loeb took his maiden victory - the first win of one of the most successful World Rally careers in history.
Celebrate an amazing year of rallying landmarks in this comprehensive, action-packed Official Review.