"Every vital moment from every single round, with incredible camera angles, and plenty of in-car footage, putting you at the heart of the action" AutoSportNews.co.uk January 2008
Unforgiving terrain, unrelenting weather and some of the best drivers in the business - the Tesco 99 Octane MSA British Rally Championship has it all. Relive the thrills and spills of a nail-biting battle for the title in the action-packed Official Review of the 2007 BRC season.
As well as a complete review of the season, the DVD review includes loads of extra features, including a look back at the R2 Class and Silverstone Tyres Stars 14000 Rally Championship, plus awesome on-board footage with Guy Wilks and Phil Pugh.
The comprehensive coverage takes you from the opening round in Cumbria to the dramatic conclusion on the stages of Wales, offering more than three hours of edge-of-the-seat rallying excellence.
Manxman Mark Higgins was chasing an amazing fourth BRC title, but as the year burst into life it was 26-year-old Guy Wilks who took an emphatic victory on the opening round, his first International Rally win.
Higgins and co-driver Rory Kennedy made it honours even on the Jim Clark International Rally, setting up a finely-balanced championship tussle which lasted for the entire year.
The Subaru Impreza of Higgins and the Mitsubishi Evo 9 of Wilks and co-driver Phil Pugh dominated this intense season, but exceptional performances from the likes of Gwyndaf Evans, Darren Gass, Wyn Humphreys, Robert Swann, David Higgins and more ensured there was plenty of action and drama on every stage.
Heading into the final confrontation - the double-header at Wales Rally GB - Higgins enjoyed a 16-point lead over Wilks. With nothing to lose, Wilks produced a stunning performance to secure dominant victories on both legs, and the BRC crown. Title rival Higgins delivered a typically gritty drive on the gruelling stages, but saw his championship hopes destroyed by a series of punctures and transmission problems.
Experience the very best white-knuckle action, including plenty of jaw-dropping on-board footage, in this comprehensive review of a truly classic BRC season.
'This DVD is a thorough account of the 2007 season that saw Mark Higgins and Guy Wilks battle it out. An exciting way for rally fans to relive the year.' Performance Car