MotoGP’s Great Moments DVD
The MotoGP World Championship has produced some of the most spectacular and memorable sporting images ever captured on camera. Now this official documentary brings together the greatest moments from the world s premier motorcycle racing championship, showcasing the magic of MotoGP. Presented by MotoGP commentator Gavin Emmitt, the programme features jaw-dropping compilations of the most spectacular crashes, unforgettable passes and the best ultra slow motion and on-board sequences. You can also relive the wildest and most emotional celebrations, the wet weather dramas and the most stunning slides and saves the sport has ever seen. Throughout we relive the best last laps of MotoGP, including the epic final corner of the 2009 Catalunya race and the notorious 2005 Jerez showdown. There s also a chance to see the men behind the helmets as we watch the racers having fun away from the track, showing their true personalities in often hilarious situations. From audacious overtaking at Catalunya in 2003 to a stunning victory at Brno in 2012, this is all the action, drama, colour and atmosphere of MotoGP in once place for you to enjoy again and again. All the stars are featured, including Jorge Lorenzo, Dani Pedrosa, Nicky Hayden, Casey Stoner, Sete Gibernau, Kenny Roberts Jr, Loris Capirossi and, of course, Valentino Rossi The Doctor almost always at the centre of MotoGP s Great Moments. Bonus features include a rundown of the 2012 MotoGP World Championship grid and a look at how race helmets and leathers are manufactured.
Specification: MotoGP’s Great Moments DVD
I liked it a lot. I’m a big Moto GP fan. My only wish is that the discs showed the entire race.
Great dvd for motor GP fan
I was really looking forward to re-living some magic motoGP moments with this DVD, but I have to say I was quite disappointed. Much of the footage was comprised of a series of short clips not set in any wider race context, so it was a case of trying to recognise the race,riders etc before it would move onto the next clip. There was a lack of commentary/ narrative throughout the actual bike footage, with music backing instead. The only time that the footage was what I expected were the ‘last lap’ clips where there was more than a few seconds devoted to one ‘moment’ with accompanying commentary. This DVD would’ve been better if it had just sampled the quality BBC coverage of MotoGP with Steve Parrish and Charlie Cox’s great commentary. Why the BBC doesn’t make most of this resource is beyond me – but if it does exist, I’d like to hear of it! However, some great reminders of Rossi and Gibernau’s battles and a reminder of why Rossi is the GOAT! So all in all, some nice imagery, some enticing glimpses of the memorable moments, but I was left with an overall feeling of disatifaction and a sense of wanting more!
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Jennifer King –
Would definitely recommend this,was guttered when the lockdown kicked in but have enjoyed going back over the years watching all the GP’S, interviews and everything else on the app
an excellent film of the crashes, battles and rivalry throughout MotoGP over many seasons. Having only been a MotoGP fan for 2 years it certainly opened my eyes to the great events i have missed! definately worth a watch!