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Defending World Rally Champion Colin McRae was back behind the wheel of his Subaru Impreza, but faced a battle to retain his crown. The threat posed by Finland's Tommi Makinen brought out the very best in the celebrated Scot's performance, and now you can relive all the best action on DVD. This extensive review of the 1996 season is packed with fast and furious rallying, superb in-car footage and explosive entertainment.
Experience the roller coaster 1997 World Rally Championship in this action-packed review of all 14 incredible rounds. Car-mounted cameras, onboard footage and fascinating interviews put you at the heart of the drama in a down-to-the-wire title battle between some of the greatest rally drivers ever. The opening rounds were dominated by the new-look Subaru Impreza, with Britain's Colin McRae securing his first victory of '97 in the heat of the Safari Rally. Reigning World Champion Tommi Makinen was soon in contention in the Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IV, and Spain's Carlos Sainz overcame early season reliability problems in the Ford Escort to join the title battle. Throughout the season, the likes of Juha Kankkunen, Kenneth Eriksson, Britain's Richard Burns and Piero Liatti couldn't be discounted.
This comprehensive review looks back at every single action-packed round of a dramatic year of high-speed competition.
This is the complete story of how Finland's Tommi Makinen managed to retain his World Championship crown against the determined efforts of veteran Carlos Sainz, and the incredible five wins he took on his way to a third title.
The review follows the entire dramatic story, from Monte-Carlo to Great Britain, in amazing action footage, including plenty captured by in-car cameras.
The battle for the championship may have come down to a fight between Sainz and Makinen, but they aren't the only stars of this show - you're also treated to Colin McRae in winning style, the legendary Juha Kankkunen showing the advantage of consistency and Richard Burns, the man who would become England's first World Rally Champion, delighting the home crowd with victory on the last round.
Three-times World Rally Champion Tommi Makinen was determined to make it a record-breaking four in a row in 1999, but he would face a season-long battle with some of the greatest drivers ever. Enjoy high-speed action, controversy, drama and spectacular spills from all 14 rounds of this truly incredible season, with stunning footage and behind-the-scenes interviews putting you at the heart of the WRC title chase. The Flying Finn in his Mitsubishi Lancer would be challenged by British hero Colin McRae, the Subaru Impreza pairing of veteran Juha Kankkunen and Richard Burns, Didier Auriol and Carlos Sainz in their Toyota Corollas plus many more. It started well for Makinen, but McRae in the brand new Ford Focus battled his way into contention in typically determined style, while wins for Kankkunen, Burns, Auriol and even Formula Two Citroen driver Philippe Bugalski ensured this would be a dramatic fight for the World Championship.
his year has, rightly, gone down in rallying history as one of the most memorable championship chases ever - and now you can experience it all on DVD. The 1995 title hunt went down to the wire before the incredible Colin McRae was crowned the youngest-ever World Rally Champion and the first Brit to hold the coveted title. This extensive review brings you the best action from every round, inside information on teams and drivers and loads of unbelievable on-board footage. This is a magnificent way to remember the great McRae, recalling the motorsport legend at his very, very best.
The 1986 World Rally marked the end of an era in international rallying. An era in which the cars progressed from modified versions of ordinary saloons to turbocharged 'supercars' as dangerous as they were spectacular to watch. An era of extreme spectacle on the stages for millions of fans in dozens of countries. With the technical advances edging the sport even nearer to the limits of safety for both drivers and spectators, the rally season was distinguished by both triumph and tragedy. Triumph for 'youngster' Juha Kankkunen and tragedy at the loss of Henri Toivonen and Co-driver Sergio Gresto in an accident which stunned the rallying world to its core. Witness another milestone in rallying history with this full review of an unforgettable season.
Enjoy all 12 rounds of the 1990 FIA World Rally Championship. If you missed any of the action the first time round, this is the way to catch up all in one go. And what a year to catch up on! 1990 was set to be a fantastic season, with Toyota taking on Lancia and the Europeans taking on the Scandinavians head-to-head. Manufacturer interest was hotting up again with five entering the championship, and the name Subaru was beginning to make a mark on the world rally stage for the first time. Rallying came alive again as spectators enjoyed the spectacle of such brilliant drivers as Carlos Sainz, Timo Salonen, Didier Auriol, Colin McRae, Hannu Mikkola, Juha Kankunnen and Tommi Makinen, behind the wheel of machinery with performance on a par with the old Group B "supercars" which so entranced world audiences in the mid-80s. In this review every round is covered in detail, with event-by-event updates of championship positions letting you see how the title race developed.
From the first special stage on the Monte-Carlo, to the final chequered flag on the RAC, Carlos Sainz (Toyota Celica GT4) and Juha Kankkunen (Lancia Delta 16v Integrale) waged a year-long battle for the Drivers World Championship, a battle destined to be won and lost on the very last event of the year, the RAC Rally. Auriol, Schwarz, Biasion, Eriksson, Wilson, Mitsubishi, Ford, Mazda, Subaru gave chase all the way through the 14 round series. The highs and lows of another incredible rally season are yours on this spectacular, newly re-vamped programme, featuring all rounds of the championship.
This comprehensive review of the 1992 World Rally Championship brings you the action, drama and controversy from all 14 gruelling rounds of one of the most sensational battles for the title. From the snow and ice of the opening events in Monte-Carlo and Sweden to the mud and rain of the final round in Great Britain - this is the full story. While Juha Kankkunen started the year as reigning champion, his Lancia Delta HF Integrale was expected to be no match for the awesome Toyota Celica Turbo 4WD. Toyota's Carlos Sainz maintained a determined assault on the championship, despite trailing the Lancias, but his heroics looked destined to go unrewarded as Didier Auriol produced a series of near-faultless drives to dominate the mid-season. This exceptional title battle would go down to the final round as Auriol and Sainz went head-to-head for the biggest prize in rallying, with the Spanish legend emerging victorious.
Triumph, tragedy, drama and exceptional driving skill shaped the 1993 World Rally Championship, a year that saw records fall, reputations made and pride - as well as cars - dented. Let the incredible footage, including plenty of in-car action, in this comprehensive review take you around the world as you relive action from all 13 rounds of a truly momentous year.
From the opening round in Monte-Carlo to the season's conclusion in Great Britain, the 1993 race for the title was the stuff of legend. Defending champion Carlos Sainz struggled in his Lancia Delta HF Integrale, opening the way for Juha Kankkunen and Didier Auriol to mount a season-long battle for the world crown. This season would see seven different drivers claim victory, including the very first WRC win in British hero Colin McRae's illustrious career, to set up a real fight for the World Championship.
Experience all 10 rounds of the exhilarating battle for the 1994 World Rally Championship on DVD for the first time.
The action-packed and extensive review recalls the fast and furious chase for the titles, which was decided at the final round.
This is a chance to see legends including the late, great Colin McRae, Francois Delecour, Carlos Sainz and Didier Auriol in stunning form, including on-board footage.
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