"This one's got it all" Autosport
In the World Rally Championship anything can happen - and usually does! Get ready to experience the most spectacular, shocking and hilarious incidents from almost two decades of high speed drama.
Exceptional action footage, including plenty from inside the cars, charts the Craziest Moments from the WRC. Legends including Colin McRae, Sebastien Loeb, Richard Burns, Tommi Makinen, Marcus Gronholm, Carlos Sainz, Petter Solberg and many more treat us to the thrills and spills which make rallying one of the most spectacular sports on Earth.
You'll see the best drivers coping with ever-changing weather, heart-breaking retirements and getting too close for comfort with the wildlife - including some naked Swedes! There's also scorching fires, flaring tempers, wacky fans and the madcap antics of the charismatic and always-entertaining Gigi Galli.
WRC's Craziest Moments also gives you the chance to experience the highs and lows of life as a co-driver, from the elation of victory to the bone-shattering crash landings - plus the story of the stray metal pole which left its mark on Timo Rautiainen's posterior!
Discover what the crews do to keep the cars on the road, including making use of swimming pools, shoe laces and turning rocks into tools, and share the heart-break of coming within metres of World Championship success only to lose out with the end in sight.
Alongside the mud-spitting, car-wrecking, spine-jarring action we hear the full stories behind these craziest moments from the drivers, co-drivers including Phil Mills, Robert Reid, Nicky Grist, Daniel Elena and Luis Moya, plus team bosses like Malcolm Wilson.
The World Rally Championship is loaded with incredible incidents, and this DVD features all the Craziest Moments.
"An hour and a half of World Rally madness, courtesy of top names Sebastien Loeb, Tommi Makinen, Marcus Gronholm and Petter Solberg. Not forgetting the late, great Colin McRae and Richard Burns, either. This one's got it all: fires, floods, charging elephants, naked spectators - and plenty of bashed panels!" Autosport