World Superbike Championship Review 2010 [DVD]
The Superbike World Championship delivered yet another scintillating season of some of the closest two-wheel racing you’ll see anywhere in the world. This comprehensive review brings you the very best highlights from every single one of the 26 action-packed races, bringing you the full story of the title chase from all 13 rounds of the Superbike World Championship. All bets were off as the season got under way, but it soon became clear veteran Max Biaggi had a rocket ship in the shape of the nimble Aprilia, while Leon Haslam was determined to make his mark on the Alstare Suzuki. While this pair would battle for the title down to the penultimate round, when the Roman Emperor would celebrate victory on Italian soil, the strength of talent throughout the field was simply staggering. Enjoy elbow-to-elbow racing featuring Carlos Checa, Michel Fabrizio, Troy Corser and one of the strongest British line-ups ever seen in the series including Cal Crutchlow, Jonathan Rea, James Toseland, Shane ‘Shakey’ Byrne, Leon Camier and Tom Sykes. Plus Nori Haga makes a late season charge after a disappointing, by his high standards, campaign. All the vital passes, clashes, shocking crashes and emotional victories not least Crutchlow’s Silverstone domination, are here for you to relive all over again in the very best action footage.
Specification: World Superbike Championship Review 2010 [DVD]
Really nice dvd and the action is great .
carol oakley –
M. B. Jennings –
This video covers the 2010 World Superbike series and is good value for the coverage given, but it has several faults. Firstly, there are no extras; some technical analysis of the bikes would have helped. Secondly, the camera work is not too good-there are few real close ups and the more distant shots make it difficult to see the bike numbers.Finally, and worst, is the the commentary. One of the commentators makes Murray Walker sound laid back- he goes into paroxysms when anything happens and his demented screeching becomes offputting after a while. Also, one of the pleasures of watching motorcycle racing is listening to the bikes as they go past. Unfortunately, both commentators keep up a constant stream of verbiage, so the bikes are rarely heard properly. I realise that commentating must be a difficult art, but less of it would be an improvement.
So, in sum, there’s a lot of coverage (seven and a half hours) and the racing is exciting, but a little more quality and a little less width would be welcome.
Thomas H. Sharp –
This a PERFECT DVD to watch the SBK World Superbike Review 2010.. It can watch this for 2 DVD about 7 or 8 hours!!
Can not getter better than this!!
V. Boraas –
I like to watch the WSB videos while riding stationary bike – makes the time go quickly and also get to see some good racing. Commentary can be fun as well!
Brandon R Jefferson –
Great DVD, love to go back and view great races from the past
M. Koolhaas –
The highlights of every race of the season. If you are in to superbike racing, you will enjoy watching this DVD.
Paul Regan –
brilliant racing and good clear comentary