Powering away from the start line - stomach churning, harness digging into you chest, trees whipping your windows, sheets of mud and gravel being chewed up and spat out by four chunks of rubber spinning furiously and tying for grip - this is the British Rally Championship.
Take a deep breath and hold on tight, because this comprehensive review of the 2004 season includes over three hours of left foot braking, handbrakes turns and awesome jumps, as the top names slug it out over eight gruelling stages throughout Britain. Mind-blowing footage from inside and outside the cars comes as standard , as the white-knuckle action unfolds over gravel, mud and tarmac.
This season saw one of the closest final rounds in years, as competitors pulled out all the stops in a truly nearve-shredding showdown at the Tempest Rally. But after a thrilling display of tactical speed and calculated driving, David Higgins managed to stay ahead of Austin MacHale, his nearest rival, to earn his first British Championship.
A multitude of camera angles help to capture the action throughout the year's rallies, while cameras in the cockpits of the cars place you right in the bellies of the fire-breathing beasts! With on-the-spot interviews with drivers and co-drivers and a highly informative commentary, this really is the complete review of an incredible season.