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MotoGP 2002-2012: Decade in MotoGP

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MotoGP 2002-2012: Decade in MotoGP



Since the 500cc class disappeared to make way for MotoGP in 2001, there have been some spectacular races and events in the premier class that have marked each championship. This DVD explores, season by season, the key incidents that have been significant to the 10 MotoGP World Championships that have shaped this decade. A Decade in MotoGP relives epic moments that will remain forever in the memory of the fans, such as the battle between Rossi and Stoner in Laguna 2008, the multiple crash in Catalunya 2006, Rossi’s first victory with Yamaha at Welkom 2004, the intense battle between Rossi and Lorenzo in Catalunya 2009 and the first World Championship victory for Ducati (2003), among others. A Decade in MotoGP also includes a bonus feature of the decades most spectacular crashes.

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Specification: MotoGP 2002-2012: Decade in MotoGP

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MPAA rating

Unrated (Not Rated)

Package Dimensions

7.5 x 5.3 x 0.6 inches, 2.75 Ounces

Media Format

Multiple Formats, Color, Dolby, NTSC

Run time

1 hour and 49 minutes

Release date

December 13, 2011


Motogp 2002-2012: Decade in Motogp


Standing Room Only

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10 reviews for MotoGP 2002-2012: Decade in MotoGP

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  1. JKinSanJose

    This is a terrible dvd. Bad editing, lots of subtitles, lots of missing story lines, no seasonal stats or standings. And most of all – its only 9 years worth of bad summation. Simoncelli died in 2011. At the end there’s a note about his passing – then the dvd ends…..what kinda crap is that!
    This dvd is far less than ‘A Decade in MotpGP’. Being a big fan who has lived through this era – I’m embarassed by this dvd; and anyone involved in MotoGP would be too.

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  2. Ara Ashjian

    This is a very fascinating DVD. It covers 2002-the middle of 2011 with interviews by all the key players. Rossi, Stoner, Lorenzo, etc. It showed different races with current 2011 comments by the people involved. Riders, Team members, and Journalists.
    My only complaint is that it stops after the Malaysian GP and Simoncelli death. It doesn’t even finish the 2011 season with Casey wining. Besides that, I can highly recommend it!

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  3. mickat70

    Speed thrills

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  4. dre

    im a fan of motorcycle racing and ths shows a bit of history that I missed before I got into it.. if your a moto gp fan, I would definitely recommend it .

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  5. Michael

    I became a huge MotoGP fan starting in 2009, (haven’t missed a race at Laguna Seca since then, although they are cancelling this year’s ;( ), so this DVD really helped me get up to speed on the drama of what happened in the years before 2009. Particularly interesting to me was the drama between Sete Gibernau and Rossi during the 990cc era….I had heard Sete’s name before but was totally unaware of the total animosity that Sete felt for Rossi. I had known that Nicky Hayden won the championship in 2006, but had felt that it was just a fluke (how could this young upstart beat the King of MotoGP?). With this DVD, I discovered that Rossi’s Yamaha was having major problems during the season and that Pedrosa had taken out teammate Hayden during the next to last race (thereby giving the championship lead to Rossi). Of course, Rossi’s fall would take him out of contention during the last race of the season.

    The big complaint I have is that the title says 2002 to 2012 and Simoncelli died in 2011. It was strange to have the last part of the DVD focus on how dangerous Marco was to the other riders (and how Jorge Lorenzo predicted his behavior would lead to death) and then for the DVD to end without them covering his death (they put one slide of text mentioning it up at the end). I realize that production ended on the DVD shortly before his death, but they should have made the extra effort to go back to the editing room and create a compelling ending to the DVD that would have tied up the “loose ends” on the Simoncelli story.

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  6. Patricia Anne

    Poor content. Poor quality of interviews as most are all in other languages with subtitles to try to read. Not what one expected from the description on the container. No worth wasting your money!!!

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  7. Des


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  8. Anthony Lim

    Well, any video MotoGP produces is worth watching. I already know what there is to know about MotoGP specially the latter years. But still a great video, nonetheless. Worth keeping

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    I am satisfied with the product, all I met the characteristics described and its functionality.

    Thanking for your kind management

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  10. Mr Paul Hannam

    well worth the money and very cumfitubble these were recomended by a friend who baught a pair

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