Unrated (Not Rated)
6.77 x 5.2 x 0.63 inches, 3.52 Ounces
Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, Import
April 3, 2012
– September 22, 2021
The World’s greatest sport on Blu-Ray, who could ask for more? Excellent coverage, concentrating on the high lights, so much action. Eat your heart out F1.
– October 5, 2021
Very good review of the year , a must for motogp fans, Cassey Stoner at his best, and great tribute to Marco 58.
– October 14, 2021
Great review of a great season, marred by the death of up and coming star Marco Simoncelli. Marco’s fatal crash is handled very tastefully – I was not looking forward to the Malaysian round but it’s very well done. Excellent work.
– November 14, 2021
– November 19, 2021
A remarkably good review of yet another year in MotoGP. This is a particularly slick production which is pleasing to the eye with visually compelling graphics and pre-race introductory montage of the area where the race is going to be held. A few pre-race news snippets also included. Intriguing extras include a bird’s eye view of the race courses per se from a rider’s perspective. The lean angles and speeds are only to be dreamed of by we mere mortals. Definitely worth the purchase but the HD version outshines.What this is not is a comprehensive review of each race. The snippets chosen by the producers are highlight footages which fail to include all of the action that each race produced. At the end of watching this, what comes to mind is the frustration with the DVR recordings from Speed-HD. It always seemed that the best parts of the race occurred during the commercial break and one would be treated to a video snippet of what we all missed while that annoying commercial ran on & on. This Official Review of MotoGP for 2011 seems like a montage of most but not all of those snippets.And speaking of those Speed-HD DVR recordings, you had better keep the one from the Malaysian Grand Prix. The Simoncelli crash is not included in this Official Review DVD. I guess one can appreciate the sensitivities of the producers in not showing the crash but its absence is regrettable nonetheless.
– December 11, 2021
I put the blueray into two different players and a play station 3, but still could not get it to play. They wanted me to ship it back on my dime. I don’t have time to run toPost office or pay more on shipping back a defective disc. They should send a return box like most companies do! They need a better return policy.
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