FIRST LOOK: TT 2007 OFFICIAL REVIEW DVD

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TT 2007 Official Review

out now on DVD

It was one of the biggest sporting events of the year, and now every thrilling moment of the Centenary Isle of Man TT is yours to own.


An estimated 60,000 fans travelled to the Isle of Man to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the very first Tourist Trophy, and were treated to some of the best racing seen anywhere – the sort of high-speed, record-breaking competition that has made the TT such an enduring success.

 

The Official TT 2007 DVD Review features four hours of awesome action from the world-famous TT Mountain Circuit, as the best motorcycle road racers take on the daunting 37.73-miles of public highways. There was so much fast and furious racing, the Official Review, from Duke, has had to be released as a two-disc set for the first time!

Lap records tumbled as huge crowds enjoyed the summer sun and blistering on-track racing. For many the most unforgettable moment will be when McGuinness crossed the line in the final race on the final day to set a new outright lap record, bursting through the 130mph barrier for the first time. That figure becomes even more breathtaking when you remember it is a 130mph average! At some points on the course bikes are reaching almost 200mph!

 

 

Putting the review together was a tough task – the Centenary TT had so many highlights it was hard to know where to start!

Morecambe’s John McGuinness cemented his TT legend status by claiming his 12th and 13th wins – making him the third most successful competitor in the event’s history. Not to be outdone, Manx sidecar ace Dave Molyneux equalled that tally, despite numerous dramas. Kiwi Bruce Anstey claimed yet another Superstock win, while Yorkshire’s Ian Hutchinson made up for disqualification during TT 2006 to take his first victory.

Lap records tumbled as huge crowds enjoyed the summer sun and blistering on-track racing. For many the most unforgettable moment will be when McGuinness crossed the line in the final race on the final day to set a new outright lap record, bursting through the 130mph barrier for the first time. That figure becomes even more breathtaking when you remember it is a 130mph average! At some points on the course bikes are reaching almost 200mph!

The Official DVD Review has coverage of all six races and every history-making moment, featuring footage from on-bike, aerial and kerbside cams, including an array of new for ’07 vantage points. There’s also profiles of some of the biggest names, a taste of Mad Sunday and TT on the Prom, plus a chance to enjoy some of the special events organised to mark the Centenary – including a re-enactment of the very first TT in 1907 and the Parade of Champions, which featured legends including Carl Fogarty and John Surtees.

You can also experience the thrill of going on board with Steve Plater, Ian Armstrong, Conor Cummins and sidecar ace Nick Crowe, and enjoy a special feature about MV Agusta, which made a long-awaited return to the TT, a history of the event, interviews with Phillip McCallen and Fogarty and profiles of sidecar legend Molyneux and the ever-popular Purple Helmets display team – a TT favourite which has to be seen to be believed!

Whether you were one of the 60,000 fans who made the pilgrimage to the Centenary TT, or one of the many thousands more who wish they had, the Official TT 2007 DVD Review is an essential record of an historic event.

In another first for the TT, fans can also download DVD-quality footage of each of the races. The 25 minute downloads bring you the highlights of each race during the Centenary TT, with each download personalised to you.

The downloads, costing just £2.50, are DRM-free and can be used on virtually any device – mobile, iPod, PSP, PC, laptop, television….

Any you can try before you buy with a free sample download. Visit http://dukevideo.streamburst.tv/

The official TT 2007 DVD review is out now, priced at £19.99 from leading video outlets or direct from

www.dukevideo.com Tel 01624 640000, fax 01624 640001 or email mail@dukevideo.com

 

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