MotoGP World Championship 2011

Release Date: 12 December 2011 | Certificate: Exempt
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A flurry of team changes ensured the 2011 MotoGP World Championship would be unpredictable, dramatic and, often, controversial from the first green light. The Official Review features the hottest action from every race, using the best footage from aerial, trackside and on-bike cameras, including the breathtaking gyroscopic views. There are interviews, bonus features and informed commentary to ensure you get the full story of a season packed with highs and lows. Reigning World Champion Jorge Lorenzo, still on the works Yamaha, started favourite, however, Casey Stoner took no time to get to grips with his new Honda mount and soon emerged as the leading title contender. Dani Pedrosa s hopes were, again, hit by injury, but the Honda star still produced some outstanding performances not least in the epic Japanese GP. A switch to the works Yamaha for Ben Spies showed he has the makings of a future World Champion, and then there was Marco Simoncelli...villain to some, hero to others the one thing he can never be called is boring! Making almost as many headlines as the championship battle was Valentino Rossi s battle with his wayward Ducat. The Doctor and his team kept working hard all year, giving his legions of fans hope the move from Yamaha will pay off, eventually.
Release Date: 12 December 2011
Certificate: E - Exempt from Certification

Region 2
Sound: Dolby Digital
Running Time: 180 minutes
Production Year: 2011
Main Language: English

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