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World Rally Crash Vol 2 Download

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Product code: 5302EDReleased: 23 October 200945 minutes

Product description

In the World Rally Championship there is a fine line between driving on the edge and driving right over it! This spectacular film delivers another breathtaking compilation of the most stunning, shocking and sometimes hilarious incidents from the WRC.

Experience rallying's 'greatest hits' in this action-packed look at the most memorable car-destroying smashes, with incredible camerawork, plenty of on-board footage and interviews with the big names bringing you the full story of the WRC's history-making moments. Watch legends like Colin McRae, Richard Burns, Sebastien Loeb, Marcus Gronholm, Tommi Makinen and Petter Solberg prove that even the greatest can get it spectacularly wrong sometimes.

They may be the best, but even motorsport's biggest names can make silly slip-ups, and we relive some of the embarrassing mishaps the stars - including MotoGP legend Valentino Rossi - would rather forget.

You'll share the raw emotions of the stars as they count the cost of massive, rally-ending accidents, discover the physical and mental toll WRC events take on even the best, find out exactly how we capture the action footage and learn about the developments which have made WRC cars safer places to be.

We also enjoy a colourful look back at the stunning spills and thrills from the careers of Henning Solbergand co-driver Cato Menkerud, plus some of the bone-breaking incidents experienced by the ever-entertaining Freddy Loix.

And we shouldn't forget the hard-charging stars of the Juniors and Production championships, who are always out to prove that anything their WRC colleagues can do, they can do better - including crashing. British masters Kris Meeke and Guy Wilks are among the top names pushing as hard as they can.