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Product code: 4858EDReleased: 02 July 2020102 minutes

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The 2007 FIA World Rally Championship produced one of the most gripping title battles of recent years, and the Official Review brings you all the thrills, spills, drama and stunning action from every single round.

As well as a complete review of the dramatic season, this DVD is packed with exclusive features, including a shakedown with Ford star Mikko Hirvonen, extreme on-board footage from Norway, Portugal and Finland, highlights from the Production and Junior World Rally Championships plus more.

Comprehensive coverage lets you relive the incredible 2007 WRC season, as Citroen superstar and triple World Champion Sebastien Loeb hunts his fourth title.

He got the season off to a great start with victory in Monaco, but Ford's Marcus Gronholm was determined to end his stunning career on a high by making '07 his year, and took the win on round two in Sweden.

The opening rallies set the scene for a season-long final battle between these greats, with the destination of the World Rally Championship only being decided on the very last event, Wales Rally GB - and then by just four points.

The title was Loeb's, but there was consolation for Ford as the team secured the FIA WRC Manufacturers title for the second year in a row.

The Official Review brings you awesome action from all 16 rounds, including the history-making Ford 1-2-3 finish in Norway, Gronholm's disastrous crash on the tarmac of Rally Ireland and much, much more.

The toughest terrain, the best drivers, the most challenging events and the most gripping drama - the WRC has it all, and every vital moment features in this comprehensive review of the 2007 FIA World Rally Championship.